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Tibco Software's Spotfire Data Catalog is claimed by the company to automatically find and relate structured and unstructured data.

IT departments can use Spotfire Data Catalog to provide business analysts and data scientists with unified self-service access to multiple relational and big data sources, the company said.

It continuously indexes databases and data lakes, using text-mining algorithms to discover relationships among tables and documents, as well as concepts and sentiment.

Users can pick and choose which are added to the virtual data mart, and then use Spotfire for analysis.

"Spotfire Data Catalog makes navigating your corporate data as easy as searching the Web for content,” said vice-president of product strategy Brad Hopper.

"With innovative machine learning under the hood and the ability to drag and drop your way to a custom Spotfire data mart, our data catalog product helps customers break down data silos and increase the value of their data assets.

"Our customers will now be able to gain insight from data they may not previously have even known existed.”

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