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This analytics platform features customizable data scorecards

R21 (photo) is the latest release of this company’s analytics platform for process manufacturing, including chemicals, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals, mining and more. New R21 features reflect both the growing need to share analytics-based insights across organizations, and the increased complexity of the use cases where engineers need to analyze process data. For publishing insights, R21 offers expanded “scorecards,” a feature for the display of calculated tables used for tabulated metrics, measurements and other summary data. Scorecards may be presented in tables with conditional formatting support and user-defined columns. R21 also adds frequency-analysis capabilities, often referred to as “FFT,” to transform segments of a time-series signal into the frequency domain. Users access the frequency analysis tool via an intuitive panel that guides them through the transformation process and displays results as a power spectrum, or they can access FFT functionality as a formula in the R21 scripting environment. Booth 306 — Seeq Corp., Seattle, Wash.

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