Sympathy for Data is a visual software tool that helps to link scripts and data between different systems and enables analysis.
The tool targets all domains where data analysis is carried out off line and is challenging and repetitive. Our focus is on automating the tasks of importing, preparing, analyzing and reporting data. In some respects, it is also a visual programming environment.
Sympathy for Data is used by a number of leading companies in different industries, such as the automotive, process and automation industries. At Combine we believe that automation is the key to long-term success, yet a large proportion of current analysis is done manually. This is no longer sustainable as data continues to grow in every respect. Sympathy for Data supports subscription services to databases, network disks, etc. It can find, filter, sort and analyze data as well as create automatically formatted reports.
Among other things the tool allows you to:
– Transfer data from and to all sources (DB, web & remote, local).
– Move your favorite scripts to nodes and turn them into an analytical flow.
– Easily share data processes across an entire organization.
– Run data processes in batch mode to enable scheduled reporting.
– Easily share data from a data process with web reports or other chosen formats.
One of the aims of Sympathy for Data is to allow users to manage data from many different sources and in different formats. You can connect the tool to databases, select files from different network devices, or analyze thousands of Excel files automatically. We have developed the tool to manage large amounts of data along with other forms of useful data, such as metadata (units, dates, etc.), results and other custom data needed for analysis.
Sympathy for Data can easily be used throughout an organization, thanks to the flexible configuration options. The tool can be deployed as a standalone application, integrated in a server environment or combined with other enterprise solutions such as SQL (Server Integration Services), SharePoint, etc. The purpose is not to lock users into the platform, but instead to serve as an interface between different systems, data formats, etc.