Python: Extending the extension

Introduction In my last post, Extending MV Basic by Calling Python, I showed how we can extend the functionality of MV Basic by calling Python functions. That alone is a nice feature to have but in this post I want to go one step further and show how we can extend Python itself to achieve […]

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 […]

Extending MV Basic by Calling Python

Introduction One of the compelling things about using Python is the ability to extend the capability of the MultiValue platform. Perhaps you are thinking that means Python having access into the MultiValue environment to read / write data files, run commands and call Basic subroutines. Certainly that can be done but more than that, Python programs can be called […]

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 […]

Around the world with the Rocket MultiValue Business and Technical Forums

The UK Rocket MultiValue Business Forum, held on May 10th at the Ardencote in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, provided a great venue for MultiValue customers to meet up with key members of the Rocket MultiValue team. The event started with a meet-and-greet dinner on Wednesday night, followed by a jam-packed agenda on Thursday. […]