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Datawatch Angoss Decision Trees

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Confluent Kafka and Panopticon Streaming Analytics

Panopticon Streaming Analytics works beautifully with Confluent’s enterprise version of Apache Kafka. Applications in Capital Markets include TCA (Transaction Cost Analysis), risk monitoring, surveillance of trading and trader activity, compliance, and profitability optimization of electronic trading. Download [2.44 MB]…

Panopticon Streams Datasheet

Panopticon Streams is the stream processing engine that works with Panopticon Visual Analytics software to form the Panopticon Streaming Analytics platform. Streams connects directly to a wide range of streaming and historic sources, including Kafka, kdb+, OneTick, Solace, InfluxDB, and virtually any other data source in current use. Users can build a new directed data flow within a standard web browser. They can then start their stream processing model and begin consuming its output. Within…

Data Extraction with Regular Expression Trapping

  With patented report trapping technology, built on more than 25 years of experience, no matter the source or format, business users can extract data in seconds into rows and columns for analysis with Datawatch. Regular Expression (RegEx) trapping is one of many ways Datawatch helps individuals and organizations of all sizes to save time, money and effort while unlocking hard-to-reach data. Download this datasheet for examples of how RegEx can be used to reliably…

Data Extraction Made Easy

Organizations must utilize all the data they have available to them to get a clear, holistic view of business performance. But getting a full view of the business means accessing all the available data – some of which is trapped in PDF, text, or legacy reports.   Download [1.54 MB]…

Panopticon for Capital Markets

The world’s largest banks, asset managers, and exchanges use Panopticon streaming analytics to monitor electronic trading performance, analyze risk, detect fraud, and identify anomalies in vast amounts of real-time streaming data. Download [1.88 MB]…

Spreadsheets and The State of Data Intelligence

Spreadsheets are—and will likely remain—the most widely used analytics tool, but with data volumes taxing their capabilities and interest rising in completing more sophisticated analysis and visualization, many users are frustrated.   Download [47.36 KB]…

Collaboration and The State of Data Intelligence

Analytics are often produced in silos. Ideally, cross-discipline teams would collaborate on models, predictions to ensure precision, efficiency and agility, but most organizations still have a ways to go.   Download [102.93 KB]…

Trust in Data and The State of Data Intelligence

If users and analysts are to work effectively with self-service BI and analytics, users need help.   Download [47.87 KB]…

IT Reliance and The State of Data Intelligence

In organizations trying to extract the full value of their data, business users and analysts need to go beyond canned reports—and they can’t afford to wait for IT to develop and deploy new views of their data.   Download [119.12 KB]…

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