Rollups with an arbitrary tree hierarchy

15 Mar 2015 | , ,
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Steve Wirts, an expert kdb+ developer at OpenFin, recently presented his latest innovation to OpenFin’s Hypergrid/Q project at a Google Developer Group Meetup. It’s a version that allows you to do rollups with an arbitrary tree hierarchy. You can read a little more about it if you scroll down here.

Since then, Steve has a continued to work on Hypergrid/Q:

The latest example is a million row grid with 20 columns, rollups using sum/max/min/first/avg, and sub second updates. It has 2 q servers, 1 for computation and 1 for caching the results so Hypergrid is never blocked.

Screenshot of the app

Also, it now has a dnd interface for selecting the hierarchy/hidden/visible columns.

dnd interface screenshot

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