Consuming Legend Data Models & Services Using BI, Python/ML & Other Tools

Join Andrew Ormerod and John Pentelow from Goldman Sachs to learn about consuming Legend data models & services using Business Intelligence (BI), Machine Learning (ML), and other tools. The whole world is not model based, which is why we need tabular slices of data to integrate with those tools. This session will focus on Legend's capability to project slices of data in order to integrate with business intelligence and analytics tools. Andrew and John will discuss the TDS protocol, how it translates to query execution plans, and how it is being used within the firm. They will also demo integrations with Pandas, Trino, and other custom integrations.

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