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  • Michael Rajkowski

    Michael Rajkowski9 Posts

    As a member of the Rocket MultiValue Support organization, Michael has worked with MultiValue for over 25 years in numerous professional roles. He is especially fascinated with the areas of MultiValue that intersect with other technologies. He recently moved to Irvine, where he can not only expand his MultiValue expertise to include the Rocket D3 product family, but also where he, his wife and son can enjoy being closer to Disneyland.

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WHY SEND SMS TEXT MESSAGES FROM U2 WITH PYTHON

I have presented the Rocket MultiValue Python solution dozens of times to hundreds of people and have touted the 240,000+ projects at pypi.org as a major benefit of a MultiValue Python solution.  Yet one reoccurring question I have received is “what Python open source project(s) should MultiValue Developers use”, and my answer has been “what […]

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Python is available in Rocket D3 10.3.1

Python is an exciting addition to the Rocket Software MultiValue databases. Following on the success of bringing Python to UniData and UniVerse, Rocket Software in now bringing Python to Rocket D3. In Rocket D3 10.3.1 we have added Python to work with your existing data in a new language. Not only does Python allow you […]

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Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database ( Part 3 of 3 )

Now that we have gone over some of the basics such as manipulating numpy arrays and pandas data frames in the first two parts of “Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database”, we will now create a simple object for managing the storage and retrieval of data to a Rocket MultiValue database. For our […]

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Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database ( Part 2 of 3 )

In “Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database ( Part 1 of 3 )“ I provided an introduction to Numpy, and showed how to convert a Numpy array to a u2py.DynArray. In this section I will go a bit further and show: How to write the numpy data to a Rocket MultiValue file How […]

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Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database ( Part 1 of 3 )

I’ve frequently mentioned, in many of my Rocket MultiValue Python presentations, that one of the benefits of Python is the easy access it gives us to Data Science. There are several Python libraries used for data science. ( see: https://www.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/blogs/9-python-analytics-libraries-1 ) While I do not think I can teach you everything you need to know […]