Seeq® is an innovative software application that enables users to get more value out of their data, including the Emerson Advanced Continuous Historian or the OSIsoft® PI System®, by providing interactive, visual tools to accelerate industrial…

This video introduces "capsules” - a critical feature of Seeq - which represent a defined slice of time, or a time period of interest, and how to visualize capsules in the display pane. Capsules are then demonstrated in the context of using Value…

This video introduces Seeq Worksheet Journal. Use Journal to outline your analysis before you begin, document your work steps as you go, and share your documented analysis with your team.

Dr. Steven Sliwa, Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Seeq reveals how process industries like Oil and Gas can use advanced analytics to drive profitability.

This video builds on the capsule-based data search capabilities in Seeq. “Pattern Search” detects time periods that match a particular shape or segment of a signal, and comments (annotations) enable uses to associate text with a segment of time…

Seeq version R20 is focused on taking the actionable information you can quickly discover in Seeq Workbench and publishing those findings live throughout your organization. We have also continued to expand our…

The research concluded by Darcy Partners, Seeq was highlighted as an emerging solution provider for applied analytics and data management. Seeq is one of the top organizations that provide a data analytics solution in advanced analytics…

This video demonstrates how to define a new time series signal that is based on any of the data search results created in the previous videos.

This video introduces in-progress / uncertain capsules and signals, new features available in Seeq R19 and later releases.  The indications for in-process capsules and signals allow users to easily identify events that are taking place in…

In this Seeq University video, we cover adding trend lines to a scatter plot in Seeq's advanced analytics software. This possible in Seeq versions R21.0.44.00 and later. Look for the Intro to Scatter Plot video to see other Scatter Plot…