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Datawatch Releases New Versions Of Monarch Data Analysis Tool

Datawatch Europe has announced the release of version 8 of its Monarch data analysis tool, which allows users to extract, analyze and export data from any electronic report without the need for programming. The standard edition supports export from reports; the professional edition uses reports, spreadsheets, databases, ODBC data sources, HTML files and PDF files as sources.

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