Time series simplification in kdb+

1 Mar 2015 | , ,
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Sean Keevey and Kevin Smyth, kdb+ developers at First Derivatives, have written a new edition to the “q for Gods” white paper series, titled: Time series simplification in kdb+: A method for dynamically shrinking big data. They discuss challenges of visualizing tremendous data flows and an approach for simplifying the problem. Read more here.

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