Cambridge Intelligence Introduces KeyLines 2.0

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KeyLines-Time-Bar-screenshotby Angela Guess

A recent article out of the company reports that, “In July 2014, Cambridge Intelligence proudly announced the release of KeyLines 2.0 – the next  generation of network visualization. KeyLines is a Software Development Kit (SDK) for building network visualization applications. Using the KeyLines toolkit, developers can create sophisticated and powerful web applications capable of visualizing complex connections and relationships within data. These applications run in any browser and on any machine. They can incorporate powerful functionality, like social network analysis and automatic layouts, and are 100% customizable, both in terms of appearance and user interactions.”

The article goes on, “Over the last three years, Cambridge Intelligence has helped customers around the world unlock the full potential of their data. Government agencies, police forces, banks, manufacturers and dozens of other organizations rely on KeyLines to help them answer their most complex questions. With KeyLines 2.0, incorporating the new KeyLines Time Bar component, our customers can take their understanding of data into a whole new dimension: The first network visualization SDK to fully support dynamic networks; The most sophisticated way to visualize connected data evolving through time; The fastest way to understand network and sub-network trends; The simplest way to filter data based on time and date.”

Learn more at Cambridge Intelligence, or at the upcoming NoSQL Now! Conference in San Jose, CA.

photo credit: Cambridge Intelligence

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