Sunday, February 18, 2018

Guided Tour

BTAnalytics Guided Tour

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User Interface

The BTAnalytics User Interface is very flexible and configurable, being built using a dockable architecture that allows the user to arrange the components in the most convenient layout.


BTAnalytics Main Window Explained

The Main Window consists of 3 different zones:

  • Control Ribbon.
  • Studies Explorer. This is the zone where the hierarchical structure that stores the simulations and analysis is shown. This component is dockable and can be dragged to another window position and even outside of the main window.
  • Opened Studies Zone: In This zone is where different studies can be shown in a tabbed layout. The studies zone layout can be modified and can show several stacked or side by side studies concurrently. The studies can also be dragged out of the Main Window and even into another monitor. This is a very handy feature that allows to compare side by side several studies.

The Studies have a tabbed and dockable interface, where different Data Analysis Visualizers (DAV) for different kinds of analysis are shown. Also, there is a component in the studies called "View Selector" that allows the user to filter the data shown in the DAVs by side (long / short /all) or by sub strategy



Study window in more detail

Some of the windows of BTAnalytics also implement an advanced feature that allows the user to arrange inside the window the individual controls (such as a grid, a text box or a chart) in a customized layout. This feature can be accessed in some windows by right clicking in an empty zone of the window and selecting the "Customize Layout" option. Then the user can drag and drop the controls and rearrange them using the desired layout.


Customizing the Layout of a window



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