July 06, 2011 -- Oculus is pleased to announce the release of GeoTime 5.2 which introduces interactive visual reporting. In addition to GeoTime’s standard reporting tools, users can now record and share animated videos of movement patterns found within their data. Captured video files can then be used to produce video content for presentations, reporting, and training purposes.
GeoTime 5.2 is the first release to offer visual statistics functions. Users can now visually display statistical properties, including average, max, min, median, standard deviation, sum, and range functions in their data making it easy to include statistical data within a report, video or presentation. This release also delivers a new Event Timeline histogram, which enables users to see the change in event properties overtime to help identify trends and outliers.
For complete details on GeoTime 5.2, please check out the What’s New in GeoTime 5.2 overview page. You can also see the new features video on YouTube.