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Identify which countries, industries, and companies have experienced the most job cuts and when they occurred. Compare the number of layoffs with funds raised and gain other insights into tech layoff statistics over the past few years.
Analyze layoffs in the technology sector worldwide since the COVID-19 pandemic with data from Layoffs.fyi.
Everyone who wants to know more about tech layoffs.
This app features charts built with AnyChart's Decomposition Tree and Combo Chart extensions for Qlik Sense. The data used in this analysis is from Layoffs.fyi.
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This app shows prescribing trends for a number of diabetes drugs from UK GP surgeries. This can show when there are changes in the types of drugs that are being prescribed for a particular condition. These data can be blended with pharmaceutical company data to show market share in a selected market.
Having a good understanding of how other products are being prescribed means that pharmaceutical companies can better target their information campaigns, ensuring the right healthcare professionals have the information they need to make informed decisions about which products to prescribe.
These data would be of particular interest to people working in the SFE area of a pharmaceutical company. They could be of benefit to those developing treatments and to front-line healthcare professionals also.
The application has been built using freedom of information data and Quick Intelligence's Instant Sense Application. This application is free to download and allows you to upload your own data, along with a set of metadata, to have a working application in minutes and not hours. This is particularly useful for prototyping of applications, but can be used in production also.
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