- October 11, 2018
October 11, 2018 – A user experience working with large datasets is among features introduced with the version 2.8 of C Visual Explorer (CVE) from Process Plant Computing Limited (PPCL).
A series of global webinars on 24 October will give process and control engineers the opportunity to interrogate the new features and learn about benefits specific to their own applications.
CVE is a process visualization tool that allows engineers to display hundreds of thousands of measurements across hundreds of variables, allowing them to interrogate historical process and laboratory data. CVE allows users to explore operating windows and operating envelopes based on their domain knowledge and without the need for deep understanding of higher mathematics.
By providing engineers with graphical tools to work with datasets spanning their entire plant, it allows them to create predictive models, without equations, to develop new process understanding.
The 24 October webinars will explain how to approach big datasets and explore them visually, using operating envelopes and finding interactions between variables.
GPC allows engineers to fully explore their data and make discoveries that they can’t now. It covers the entire process from incoming analysis through processing conditions to final quality variables, KPIs and performance variables.