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Software enables interactive analytics on collected data

This company recently updated its Seeq R20 advanced-analytics solution (photo) for engineers and scientists working in process manufacturing. The software application now offers expanded machine-learning functionality for users carrying out predictive analytics, and an improved query model for customers bringing in contextual data from data sources, to enable faster connections among data sources. Target markets include oil-and-gas, pharmaceutical, chemical, energy, mining, food-and-beverage and other chemical process industries (CPI) segments. Seeq R20 also includes new integration support for Inductive Automations’ Ignition SCADA system, including integrated display window capabilities, says the company. — Seeq Corp., Seattle, Wash.

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