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Going Inside the Interface with Mathematica

Turning data into intelligence—that’s the challenge for Joel Drouillard, a research analyst at BondDesk Group LLC, and he’s tackling it with Mathematica.

Using Mathematica‘s powerful data handling and data visualization capabilities, Drouillard is gaining a deeper understanding and more accurate picture of how clients are using BondDesk’s platform to search for fixed income securities. In this video, he describes how Mathematica helps him go deeper inside the interface, resulting in richer insights at a more efficient rate than ever before.

Drouillard says with Mathematica‘s integrated approach to data handling, he can get a clearer picture of search activity on the company’s interface and put more focus on answering questions and optimizing the system. “One of the biggest advantages I’ve derived from Mathematica is its ability to operate in a vector sense or on a set sense. That’s going to be relatively breakthrough in terms of my ability to now answer questions in a matter of minutes as opposed to…hours or days.”

More details and other applications are on the Mathematica Solution for Data Mining and Analysis page. You can find more on Drouillard’s work and other cutting-edge uses of Mathematica in our Portraits of Success pages.


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