We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.0 of KronoGraph, our timeline visualization SDK.
No matter what kind of data you’re working with – cell phone records, financial transactions, IT network traffic – there’s always a time dimension. Investigators in a range of use cases need to understand precisely when events occurred so they can spot important patterns and key sequences. The challenge is finding a way to do this clearly and easily when there are masses of events to analyze.
KronoGraph offers an innovative and elegant solution. It’s a powerful toolkit for building timeline visualizations that uncover the hidden story in time-based data.
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You can work with huge datasets from any time-based data source – KronoGraph’s rich timelines visualize every entity, event and connection to reveal insight fast. With its heatmap view and intelligent data aggregation, it scales beautifully whether you have ten events in your timeline visualization or 100,000. Analyze data spanning decades or drill down to explore individual milliseconds: every interaction is intuitive.
KronoGraph supports a wide range of different operating systems and browsers, too.
During the early access program, developers experienced how easy it is to build customized timeline visualizations into existing applications, thanks to the SDK site’s quality documentation, detailed API library and useful Storybook examples.
Head of Product Management at Cambridge Intelligence, Dan Williams said:
We’re grateful to everyone who joined the KronoGraph EAP and helped make it our most popular program yet. Releasing KronoGraph version 1.0 is a huge milestone – it means applications built with our latest toolkit can now be shipped to customers so they can start understanding their time-based data better. We’re excited about the future scope for timeline visualization and the impact it’ll have on the speed and effectiveness of investigations.