Contributing to PyKX

Contributing to PyKX

Published Apr 10, 2024 by Oscar Nydza Nicpoñ

Contributing to PyKX

Kx Insights Enterprise: data analytics made simple

Kx Insights Enterprise: data analytics made simple

Published Feb 14, 2024 by Cristian Pérez Corral, Christian Aberturas López

Kx Insights Enterprise: Simplifying Data Analytics

Exploring KX Dashboards

Exploring KX Dashboards

Published Oct 3, 2023 by Oscar Nydza Nicpoñ

Exploring KX DashboardsSteps to reproduceIn order to replicate the dashboard described on this post follow the README file’s indications. We provide the dashboard itself as a JSON and the dataset, ...

All Roads Lead To Kdb: Technical Counterpart

All Roads Lead To Kdb: Technical Counterpart

Published Sep 15, 2023 by Oscar Nydza Nicpoñ, Marcos Vázquez Martín

All Roads Lead to Kdb: the technical counterpart This post serves as a follow-up to our prior article, All Roads Lead to PyKX, where we introduced the utility of the PyKX...

All roads lead to PyKX

All roads lead to PyKX

Published Jul 31, 2023 by Jesús López-González

All Roads Lead to Kdb: A Python to Production taleIntroducing Emma Monad, the main character of our story and CTO of Mad Flow, a large and fictional company dedicated to improving the quality of li...

Q: The Tool of Functional Thought. Part I

Q: The Tool of Functional Thought. Part I

Published Apr 19, 2021 by Jesús López-González

Q was implemented by ArthurWhitney (Kx Systems), having itsfirst appearence in 2003. It relies on the shoulders of Kenneth E. Iverson andhis (Turing awarded) work on A Programming Language (APL) th...

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