Humans have always wanted to know what will happen next. In this post, we’ll explore how you can use the open-source forecasting procedure Facebook Prophet, OmniSci, and a historic time-series dataset to give a view into the future.
We’re thrilled to announce the launch of a free tier to our enterprise product, OmniSci Free. OmniSci Free allows users to leverage the full power of the OmniSci Analytics Platform, including OmniSciDB SQL Database, OmniSci Render Engine, OmniSci Immerse, and the OmniSci Data Science Toolkit.
Download the updated OmniSci for Mac Preview, along with our our new Data Science installer!
TM Forum led a webinar in which participants from Verizon and OmniSci reviewed what Verizon has been doing behind the scenes before and during the pandemic to keep its networks up and running and to respond to significant, unexpected changes in traffic flows and volumes.
Learn the benefits of using OmniSci to ingest real-time satellite location data and how we can utilize the loading, visualization, and querying aspects of the product to find insights.
In this article, we'll demonstrate the ease of using Jupyter notebooks with open source Python libraries for visual charts to interact with data in OmniSci Database on a Mac.
We’re very happy to announce OmniSci 5.5, our final release for 2020. With several new capabilities in OmniSciDB and Immerse, and also a major new OmniSci Render feature. This release sets the stage for more innovation in the new year across the entire platform. Without further delay, let’s dive right in!