Complex Event Processing (CEP) companies face mounting challenges as they try to provide solutions in an environment where data is both increasing and quickly becoming obsolete. TIBCO Software Inc., a global leader in enterprise data, combined its CEP solution with the graph visualization power of Tom Sawyer Perspectives to visualize related events and dependencies, and help customers predict outcomes and optimize processes.
Traditional org charts answer only one question: Where do I fall in the company hierarchy? But an employee needs to know far more to be successful. What teams will I be a part of? Who can mentor me? What internal processes do I need to master?
Tom Sawyer Software recently partnered with Walt Brown, the “Christopher Columbus of the organizational graph,” to create OGraph. This browser-based application created with Tom Sawyer Perspectives combines graph visualization with Brown’s extensive Organizational Cognizance Model to help employees understand their jobs and clearly visualize their roles as contributors to the company.
We’re excited to announce the release of Tom Sawyer Perspectives 9.2.0. This version includes exciting new features like:
- OrientDB developers now have a dedicated integrator, saving coding time
- Developers can now use The Designer to configure whether the overall graph view zooms in when nested nodes collapse or remain at the same zoom level
- Improvements to incremental layout of disconnected nodes to better preserve the user’s mental map
- And more
Swimlanes organize graph visualizations in a simple, user-friendly manner. Typically, process flows use swimlane diagrams to group components into individual categories, or lanes. Each node represents a task or activity and the lanes organize them by role, function, or department. However, because swimlanes are usually defined along a single axis, they tend to be used as alternatives to other graphical cues like text, coloring, or icons. In this scenario, swimlanes only add one additional dimension of data. What if you could show more?
With the latest release of Tom Sawyer Perspectives, we’re taking our swimlane diagram capability to the next dimension.
It’s a tale as old as time: you organize a massive database of facts and figures only to discover that the opening visualization is…a giant hairball! Sure, you can zoom in to 800% and slowly start to see connections, but the time that would take is too exhausting to consider.
Fear not! Our new Bundle Layout, now available in Tom Sawyer Perspectives 9.1.0, makes it possible to untangle, demystify, and succinctly visualize complex datasets.
As the amount of data available to law enforcement agencies increases, so does the pressure for them to use that data in efficient and predictive ways to thwart crime. Centrality analysis helps agencies ask specific questions of their big data and get answers quickly.
We’ve applied our graph analytics and visualization expertise to tough problems in law enforcement, fraud detection, cybersecurity, telecommunications, and more. Of the 30+ data analysis algorithms available in Tom Sawyer Perspectives, there are four centrality algorithms that answer questions like:
- Who has the most direct connections?
- Who are the top-tier influencers?
- Who are the middlemen?
- Who is controlling the information flow?