Six Nations 2015 – using data to tell a story with TorQ and d3.js

Matt Doherty data capture, datablog, kdb+ 6 Comments

This year’s six nations championship will go down in history as one of the best ever (and not just because Ireland won for the second year in a row). The final six hours of rugby on Saturday was some of the most exciting sports I’ve ever watched. How many England fans would’ve believed going into the final day in first …

Matt DohertySix Nations 2015 – using data to tell a story with TorQ and d3.js

kdb+ and MongoDB case study

Jamie Grant kdb+ 2 Comments

Big Data technologies have been all over technology press for what seems like a long time now. MongoDB is an established player in the space, one of the first examples of what have come to be called ‘NOSQL’ databases. With its schema-less design MongoDB is well suited to storing unstructured data and it promises many features to make it easy …

Jamie Grantkdb+ and MongoDB case study

kdb programming challenge – Morse Code

WooiKent Lee kdb+ 7 Comments

“dit dit dit dit – dit dit” We hear this noise in films, war documentaries and even in everyday life. What is this adorable little sound of melody? Yes you are right. This is not just any random sound generated by highly skilled operator (myself) using this little clicking thingy, but THE Morse Code itself. It is just a fancy way of saying …

WooiKent Leekdb programming challenge – Morse Code

AquaQ Clinical reveals INSIGHT – A clinical trials product

Kevin Piar News 1 Comment

AquaQ Analytics is pleased to announce the release of a new product through AquaQ Clinical Limited. AquaQ Clinical is a provider of specialist clinical trial related software. The company’s flagship hosted clinical trials costing solution is called INSIGHT. AquaQ Analytics serves as the technology partner for AquaQ Clinical. INSIGHT enables clients to forecast, capture and analyse cost elements relating to clinical …

Kevin PiarAquaQ Clinical reveals INSIGHT – A clinical trials product

Superbowl XLIX – data visualization using TorQ and d3.js

Matt Doherty datablog, kdb+ 3 Comments

  This weekend saw the New England Patriots face the Seattle Seahawks in the annual American sports-travaganza that is the superbowl. It was the most closely matched and exciting superbowl in years, but what does this have to do with data visualization and analytics? Sports – in particular the big American sports of baseball, basketball and football – are increasingly …

Matt DohertySuperbowl XLIX – data visualization using TorQ and d3.js

KX Meetup New York – AquaQ Analytics Presentation

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The NY Kx community held an event on 9th December 2014. AquaQ Analytics CEO Ronan Pairceir presented an overview of AquaQ Analytics products and services – here is the slidedeck from the presentation:

AquaQ AdminKX Meetup New York – AquaQ Analytics Presentation

kdb programming challenge – the Morse-Thue sequence

Matt Doherty kdb+ 2 Comments

This week’s post is going to be a little different from the last few in that there won’t be one challenge, but rather a series of bite-size challenges in an attempt to tie together what we’ve done in the last three posts. First definition The Morse-Thue sequence is an infinite binary sequence that looks like 0 1 1 0 1 …

Matt Dohertykdb programming challenge – the Morse-Thue sequence

Supporting A kdb+ System: Online Training

Jonny Press kdb, kdb+, training Leave a Comment

We are pleased to announce that due to popular demand we’ve added new content to our online training course.  The additional material is on supporting a kdb+ system (something we have some experience of).  The new material covers: overview of a real time data capture architecture (kdb+tick) kdb+tick setup health checking, monitoring, support and maintenance of a data capture system on …

Jonny PressSupporting A kdb+ System: Online Training

AquaQ Analytics at Kx NY Meetup

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Ronan Pairceir, CEO AquaQ Analytics Limited, will give a presentation at the upcoming kx meetup in NY on Dec 9th, covering off how AquaQ’s newly released online training courses for kdb+ and the AquaQ TorQ Framework can be used to kickstart any new kdb+ project a user may be thinking of. See http://www.meetup.com/kx-nyc/events/218641700/ for more details.

Jamie GrantAquaQ Analytics at Kx NY Meetup

Information Lunch at QUB

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Date: 27 November 2014 Time: 12:00 – 14:00 Location: SGC Hub, Queens University, Belfast AquaQ Analytics are urgently looking for talented, high performing, industry professionals to join our team. We hire from a diverse range of backgrounds including Math’s, Physics, IT and even Pharmacy! If you enjoy working with high profile clients on cutting edge technology and want to make an …

AquaQ AdminInformation Lunch at QUB