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Product overview: 

Miner3D Basic - powerful data visualisation software for making interactive charts and graphic reports.

Miner3D Professional - advanced visual data analytics for professional needs. Powerful user interface with Dynamic Filter for interactive data querying and with visual implementation of Principal Component Analysis (PCA).

Miner3D Enterprise - a complete set of methods and features enabled. Full database (SQL) and data warehouse (OLAP) connectivity, K-means Clustering and Kohonen Self-organizing maps.

Miner3D Infinity - a high-end 64bit version breaks barriers of in-memory data analysis allowing users to fully deploy power of most modern computers. Miner3D Infinity is power enough to handle 8TB in-memory data and is primarily purposed for the most challenging data analysis applications.

Miner3D Developer – integrate visual data mining and content intelligence with your own projects. Miner3D complete functionality is available through a set of Automation, ActiveX and COM interfaces and supports several development platforms like Visual Basic, Visual C/C++, C# (C-sharp), JavaScript, VBScript and more.

Company overview: 

Miner3D is the leading innovator of data visualisation and visual data mining software. We strive to deliver creative and easy-to-use data analytics software products for business intelligence and for scientific research.

Distributors: 
Phone: 
+1 (302) 213-0121
Address: 

113 Barksdale Professional Center
Newark DE 19711USA

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