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Tutorial introductions to kdb+
 
Tutorial introductions to kdb+
  
*[[Try_It_Out|Try It Out]] by Fintan Quill and Jonny Press.  This allows you to go from running your first query to seeing some more complex in-database analysis.  It's intended for people with little or no programming experience.
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*[[A_Brief_Introduction_to_kdb%2B|A Brief Introduction to kdb+]] is a very quick overview of downloading kdb+ and running your first query.
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*[[Sample_Queries|Sample Queries]] allows you to build a more complex dataset in memory and perform some queries and joins on it.  The dataset is from an imaginary desktop PC monitoring and helpdesk support system.
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*[[On_Disk_Queries|On Disk Queries]] allows you to download a set of scripts to build and run queries against a large on disk database.  The dataset is from an imaginary smart meter network.  It includes a basic html5 Business Intelligence tool which queries the database directly.
  
 
*[[Startingkdbplus/contents|Starting kdb+]] by Chris Burke. This basic introduction to kdb+ gives the foundation needed for Jeff Borror's tutorials.
 
*[[Startingkdbplus/contents|Starting kdb+]] by Chris Burke. This basic introduction to kdb+ gives the foundation needed for Jeff Borror's tutorials.

Revision as of 18:06, 30 July 2015

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Tutorials

Tutorial introductions to kdb+

Comments on these tutorials should be sent to tutorial@kx.com.

Q for Mortals is also available from Amazon.

Other Material

Other useful introductions are:



A free 32bit version of kdb+ is available. Use this to explore kdb+ features and try out the examples included in the tutorials.

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