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*Chapter 1 "Q Shock and Awe" excerpted from [http://code.kx.com/wiki/QforMortals3 Q for Mortals 3]. Reprinted with the author's permission from: q for Mortals Version 3, An Introduction to Q Programming by Jeffry A. Borror.
 
*Chapter 1 "Q Shock and Awe" excerpted from [http://code.kx.com/wiki/QforMortals3 Q for Mortals 3]. Reprinted with the author's permission from: q for Mortals Version 3, An Introduction to Q Programming by Jeffry A. Borror.
  
*[[JB:QforMortals2/contents|Q for Mortals]] by Jeffry A. Borror. This significantly extended version covers kdb+ version 2.4. If you are a new kdb+ user then this is the book for you!
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*[[JB:QforMortals2/contents|Q for Mortals]], A Tutorial in Q Programming by Jeffry A. Borror. This significantly extended version covers kdb+ version 2.4. If you are a new kdb+ user then this is the book for you!
  
 
*[[JB:KdbplusForMortals/contents|Kdb+ for Mortals, Chapter 1]] by Jeffry A. Borror. This gives a detailed explanation of how kdb+ databases are created, stored on disk and accessed from Q.
 
*[[JB:KdbplusForMortals/contents|Kdb+ for Mortals, Chapter 1]] by Jeffry A. Borror. This gives a detailed explanation of how kdb+ databases are created, stored on disk and accessed from Q.

Revision as of 17:19, 3 December 2015

Contents

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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