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Documentation NewLeaf (implementation)

The QKW publishing system is intended to publish in a variety of formats and with the least possible effort. Whereas most publishing systems offer a luxurious array of features available through mouse clicks, the QK publishing system is designed to require the least possible effort while leaving generous possiblities for achieving very special publishing effects for those who wish to go to the trouble.

The greatest benefit of this approach is to the learning curve; one simply gets started faster. Moreover, many systems are used by people who do not use them continuously every day. For example, a project manager may use a system intensively for a day or a week or a month and then not return to it until the next round of decison-making on his project. Our approach means he is more likely to hit the ground running when returning to his project.

A second important benefit will be in our pricing structure. While our systems are available for the desktop computer running Windows today, in the future we will be part of the .net strategy where the most crucial and frequently updated parts of our systems will be accessed through a server on the internet. The parts of our system that do not need frequent updates and that are more dependent on the user will reside solely on the user's system and no server access will be required for their use. Special report formatting is certainly in this category, and so is the integration of information from our systems to other systems within the enterprise.

The formats we are developing in today are these:

  1. lineprinter (a monospace literal matrix print facility)
  2. Causeway NewLeaf & RainPro (really lovely printing)
  3. Causeway PDF (a very high level of security plus e-mail distribution)
  4. SVG (the next generation of web graphics)
  5. APL2000 grid control (allows edit & refresh)
  6. Excel (what everybody is using now)
  7. HTML
  8. Javascript/Jscript/Jsave (.net strategy)
  9. Lescasse Objects

The architecture of our systems includes a distinct break between work that is intensely dependent on our calculating engine and our proprietary databases and work that is not. Information is passed across this break in a special format presently called "M3M". When it is passed from server to client the format will be called "W3W".

More documentation of the means by which information is stored and transferred is presented in "M3M", "qkkNMS" and "M1M".


Gug default M3M  7/ 5/03  ( 7     )
SwimGold SitePlan  7/ 4/03  ( 107     )
Needs Statement for Renaissance Village  7/ 4/03  ( 98     )
M1M time series (big)  7/ 4/03  ( 65     )
muckyduck  7/ 4/03  ( 57     )
Renaissance Village (tables w/ LN)  7/ 4/03  ( 54     )
RaceMatters SitePlan  7/ 4/03  ( 52     )
FHFCdata 0  7/ 4/03  ( 43     )
Est Need for Jobs & Job Readiness  7/ 4/03  ( 42     )
Renaissance Village  7/ 4/03  ( 24     )
Guide to Use of CDBG Block Level Data  7/ 4/03  ( 16     )
Supporting Material for CDBG Block Data  7/ 4/03  ( 15     )
M1M  7/ 4/03  ( 13     )
TTData ( "TBS53TP"),6 6 4505  7/ 4/03  ( 6     )
Numeric Matrix  7/ 4/03  ( 5     )
Plot demo (now is simple numeric matrix)  7/ 4/03  ( 4     )
Literal Matrix  7/ 4/03  ( 3     )
Home Page 
Status 
Priorities 
The Vision for pvPlayer 
Shortlist of HTML syntax 
M3M 
Formats used by Causeway 
Comparison of Platforms on Size 
A Vision for a Help System 
Dyalog Describe with annotation 
Demos 
SetupA Sensitivity Testing Demo 
Renaissance Village ("Excerpts") 
Cost of Poverty 
Cost of Poverty, Sandtown-Winchester 
Cost of Poverty, Overtown 
PLOTSWIM 
USMS Membership and Development 
Health Care for the Uninsured 
5 qkwTable 20thCenturyDeaths 
400 qkwTable‘ 20thCenturyDeaths 
Guide to Use of CDBG Block Level Data 
Supporting Material for CDBG Block Data 
FHFCdata 0 
Gug default M3M 
Est Need for Jobs & Job Readiness 
Literal Matrix 
M1M 
Numeric Matrix 
Plot demo (now is simple numeric matrix) 
Renaissance Village (tables w/ LN) 
Renaissance Village 
Needs Statement for Renaissance Village 
RaceMatters SitePlan 
SwimGold SitePlan 
M1M time series (big) 
TTData ( "TBS53TP"),6 6 4505 
PVMM NewLeaf demos 

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