Oculus is pleased to announce GeoTime 5.2, the latest release of the award winning visual analysis tool for movement and linked data. With an emphasis on visual presentations, GeoTime 5.2 introduces new ways to visualize events over time, including the ability to run statistical functions on numerical attributes within your data. These new capabilities are designed to support a variety workflows, including analysis of incident data sets, fraud related activities and communications analysis.
This new release of GeoTime introduces new and enhanced capabilities, including:
- Interactive video capture and output from GeoTime
- Histogram of events linked to GeoTime’s timeline
- Visual Statistics for running basic functions on numerical attributes
- Create and merge entities within GeoTime
New GeoTime 5.2 features in action
Interactive Video Recording
New to this release is the ability to capture video of your activities within GeoTime. The new recording feature allows users to easily record animated movement, present visual statistics or walk through a report interactively. Users can record animated playback of the timeline as well as user interactions and operations. Captured video files can then be used to produce video content for presentation, reporting, and training purposes.
Timeline Histogram and Visual Statistics
GeoTime 5.2 introduces an “event density” histogram linked to the timeline. This histogram provides a visual count of events over time, displayed as a bar chart next to the timeline. This interactive histogram is based on the timeline’s start and end time, and scales interactively to the time range displayed.
This release also adds the ability to run basic statistical functions on numerical attributes within a data set. Statistical tools now available include average, max, min, median, standard deviation, sum, and range functions. The results are displayed within the Charts panel and can be added to reports.
New Event Histogram in GeoTime 5.2
Create and Merge Entities
GeoTime users can now create new entities from a selection of events within GeoTime. Users can also select events from multiple selected entities and merge them into a single entity. Selected events can also be split from an existing entity to create a new entity from that selection.
Merging two entities into a single individual