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Inxight and Visual Analytics Partner for Government Ops
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Industry leaders Inxight Federal Systems, a provider of federated search, extraction, and visualization solutions for government organizations, and Visual Analytics, Inc. (VAI), a provider of interactive visual analysis and information sharing technologies, have announced that Inxight's entity and fact extraction technologies will be integrated with the Digital Information Gateway (DIG) Symphony platform and VisuaLinks from Visual Analytics to visualize the tagged data and relationships. Combining Inxight ThingFinder Professional with VisuaLinks and DIG Symphony products is designed to enable analysts to understand relationships and events more effectively.

Inxight ThingFinder transforms unstructured text by identifying the critical entities, such as people, places, organizations, weapons, currencies, phone numbers, license plates, vehicles, and so on. It also extracts facts and events involving these entities, such as travel events, purchase events, and member-of relationships. DIG Symphony and VisuaLinks platforms from VAI then operate on these entities, enabling investigators and analysts to turn volumes of disparate data into actionable intelligence. DIG Symphony offers an integrated methodology for managing data processing and workflow operations for individual projects or across an enterprise. DIG Symphony provides data manipulation capabilities that include data transformations, data standardization, multi-source integration, entity resolution, and scoring/ranking of results. VisuaLinks is a platform-independent (Java-based), graphical analysis tool used to discover patterns, trends, associations, hidden networks, and non-obvious relationships across multiple data sources.


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