Managed Data Visualization

RADR is an enterprise-class data visualization tool that has been proven in supporting sophisticated predictive fraud and risk models. This tool provides a flexible and intuitive visual interface in a managed fashion, alleviating the support and maintenance burden from existing, spread-thin IT resources.

RADR enables proactive identification of risk, fraud, waste, and abuse (RFWA) behaviors and simplifies the investigative process. The RADR platform provides visualizations for risk propensity scores and their related data so that managers, auditors, investigators, and analysts can easily access data on high-risk items and focus on the highest ROI cases.

The foundation for RADR is an open-source visualization and workflow system utilizing Metabase. Building on this foundation, Elder Research has created additional capabilities and support based on our 25+ years of data science experience, making RADR one of the most robust and cost efficient RFWA tools in the industry.

Target Applications of RADR

  • Contracts & Supplier Fraud
  • Internal Protection
  • Industrial & Mechanical Risk
  • Grants & Financial Assistance Fraud
  • Financial Accounting Fraud
  • Healthcare Provider & Claims Fraud
  • Auto, Life, Property, & Casualty Insurance Fraud
  • Unemployment Insurance Fraud
  • Workers Compensation & Disability Fraud
  • Tax Fraud

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Product Details


  • Number Results, Progress Bar, Gauges, Tables/Lists, Line, Bar, Line + Bar, Row, Scatter, Pie, Map, Funnel, & Link Graph
  • Collections Public/Private, Dashboard Builds Public/Private, Drill Throughs, Relation tracking, Segments, Metrics, Archive
  • Table Profiling, Deep Profiling
  • Email scheduled reporting, Slack integration, Team collaboration, Hiding of tables, IAM: Embedded, LDAP, Google, Caching, Role based permissions, Case Management Integrations, User Audit Logging/Statistics
  • Assisted/Graphical, Auto-discovery, SQL, Save/Private/Public


At the heart of RADR is the ability to query your data sources. These questions also act as the fundamental building blocks of a RADR workflow.

Questions can be asked of your data sources using an intuitive drop down menu of elements to the question or as a standard SQL query.

Questions can be saved and shared with other users in the enterprise. A collection of questions can be created in order to provide a unique dashboard for private or selected, enterprise-wide consumption.


From the dashboards and discrete questions, a workflow can be created that is tailored to client needs.