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Introducing the Tom Sawyer Software Academic Program
By Janet Six, Ph.D. on February 16, 2021

Are you a student or professor who works with networks, systems models, life sciences models, or other relationship data? Now you can use Tom Sawyer Perspectives to uncover hidden...

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Enhancing Event Processing with Perspectives
By Kristin Petersen on January 28, 2021

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...

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Rise of the Organizational Graph
By Kristin Petersen on November 20, 2020

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...

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Introducing Tom Sawyer Perspectives Release 9.2.0
By Kristin Petersen on October 21, 2020

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...

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Using Tom Sawyer Business Process to Manage a Global Workforce
By Caroline Scharf on September 23, 2020

Tom Sawyer Software faces organizational challenges common to businesses like ours. We are a globally distributed company with large, diverse teams managing complex projects with tight...

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4 Techniques for Powerful Network Analysis
By Ioannis Tollis on August 20, 2020

The huge amount of data being produced makes it difficult to separate what’s important from noise. Once you’ve created a graph visualization of your big data, how do you know what to look...

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Adding Dimension with a Swimlane Matrix
By Kristin Petersen on July 30, 2020

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...

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Untangle the Hairball with Bundle Layout
By Kristin Petersen on July 1, 2020

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...

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Using Centrality Analysis to Fight Crime
By Kristin Petersen on May 21, 2020

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...

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