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Hi everyone, hope this is the right forum... I'm a financial planner for a small financial firm, and in my line of workwe have to use many liquidity risk
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(like this one). These programs are used to analyze liquidity risks by building and analyzing financial scenarios, and are genrally very useful.

Thing is, these software usually process the data and present it in a very unfriendly way, that's very difficult to read. Sometimes they do present it visually, but even then it's not clear enough. I'm not a programmer myself, but I was wondering if there's any way to write a plugin, maybe, or some type of different program that would take the out put data from these software and would build a graph or other visual aid in a more friendlty way. Does this sound possible? plausiable? do you need to build on open-source for this?

Thanks a lot!
Stacey
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Well depends what the output of data is! XML, XSLS, TXT

How is it sent to you, email, web server?!
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