Yet Analytics Demonstrates New xAPI Data Visualization Capabilities at DevLearn

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November 03, 2016

At this year’s DevLearn conference, data analytics startup Yet Analytics will present new data structuring and real-time visualization capabilities for the Experience API (xAPI).

In delivering experience intelligence, Yet Analytics leverages the xAPI specification, an open standard originally designed by the Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative. xAPI allows for the interoperable collection of activity and human performance data from across a wide range of data sources. Drawing together multiplatform data sources—including web services, wearables, and simulations—in real time, Yet provides insight into activity, behavior, learning, and performance.

The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference & Expo is North America’s leading event focused on learning technologies, including instructional design, mobile, data and measurement, enhanced realities, and emerging technologies.

“Because the nature of the tools at the disposal of professionals in learning and development is evolving so quickly, it is important that those same professionals have professional-grade data collection and analytics applications at hand,” said Shelly Blake-Plock, CEO at Yet Analytics. “DevLearn’s focus on connecting new technologies and making them actionable—especially with regards to something as revolutionary to the industry as xAPI—parallels the work of technologists in the space to connect and make actionable the data of learning and human performance.”

Yet Analytics will be presenting a customer case study on mobile simulations and xAPI data analytics at the DISC Roundtable.

“The focus on xAPI at DevLearn is really exciting,” said Margaret Roth, chief revenue officer at Yet Analytics. “We’re looking forward to hearing all different kinds of perspectives on xAPI at this year’s conference as well as sharing the work we’ve done.”

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DevLearn 2016 will be held November 16 – 18 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Yet Analytics will present a customer case study at the DISC Roundtable, and will offer hands-on demonstrations and introductions to xAPI and the Yet Analytics platform on the expo floor at Booth 539.

For more info, visit YetAnalytics.com or contact Rose Burt at rose@yetanalytics.com.

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