the free 32-bit version of kdb+ for macOS, Linux, or Windows for non-commercial use
Tutorials for beginners¶
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- First steps
- Run your first query.
- In-memory queries
- 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.
- On-disk queries
- 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.
- Introduction to kdb+
- Q for Mortals, Chapter 14 by Jeffry A. Borror. “Roughly speaking, kdb+ is what happens when q tables are persisted and then mapped back into memory for operations.”
Q for Mortals¶
HTML edition now online
Fast, scalable and maintainable kdb+ by Nick Psaris, available from Amazon.co.uk.
There is information that if you were learning by yourself, would take years to work out.
See the Archive for older documents.
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