VisualCalc Announces New Public Dashboard for 2008 Presidential Primary Election

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VisualCalcâ„¢ Dashboard Enables Free Analysis of 2008 Presidential Primary Election Data, Including Votes, Delegates, Contributions & Campaign Finances

VisualCalc, a provider of web-based analysis software, today announced the availability of an interactive dashboard for monitoring and analyzing 2008 Presidential primary election data - the VisualCalc 2008 Primary Dashboard. This free, web-based dashboard can be accessed by the public through VisualCalc's website at http://www.visualcalc.com/2008primary.

The VisualCalc 2008 Primary Dashboard transforms complex primary election data into interactive, easy-to-interpret graphs and charts - called indicators - that communicate the status of key primary election variables, including campaign contributions, delegate counts, and state-by-state voting results. These indicator graphs are then grouped into a dashboard that provides a visual, easy-to-understand view into the status and trends of the primary election.

Examples of some of the indicators include:

  • How many delegates each candidate has earned to date, broken out by state
  • The percentage of votes each candidate has secured on a state-by-state basis
  • How much money each candidate has earned and spent to date
  • The source of each candidate's campaign contributions
  • How each candidate's total contributions break out by size of individual donation
  • Overall contributions to Democrat and Republican campaigns by industry sector
  • Summarized independent expenditures categorized by spender and candidate

With a simple point-and-click, users can filter and drill-down into each of these indicators to customize their view of the data. For example, users may want to focus on a deeper level of detail for a narrower set of candidates, or focus their analysis on one particular political party.

"The VisualCalc 2008 Primary Dashboard helps users gain a clearer understanding of the current status of the Presidential primary election," said Amit Mazumdar, founder and CEO of VisualCalc. "In addition to the graphical dashboard, with a few simple clicks, users can easily drill-down and uncover interesting data that they might otherwise not have found."

Organizations that track or communicate election news and results are welcome to include the VisualCalc 2008 Primary Dashboard link (http://www.visualcalc.com/2008primary) on their website free of charge.

About VisualCalc
VisualCalc (http://www.visualcalc.com) provides easy, affordable, web-based analysis software that helps companies of all sizes grow and manage their business. Since its founding in 2000, VisualCalc has been focused on its vision of making the analysis of complex data accessible to the everyday user. VisualCalc's unique combination of technology and expertise helps consumers and businesses alike analyze complex data quickly and easily, resulting in better, faster decisions. VisualCalc's analysis software includes two categories of products: 1) VisualCalc Calculators, which companies provide to their customers to help them quickly and easily evaluate their products and services, and 2) VisualCalc Dashboards, which help companies monitor and manage their business. VisualCalc is a privately held company headquartered in El Dorado Hills, California.

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Bob Bennett
Media Relations
VisualCalc, Inc.
916-939-2020

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