Temporal analysis

Temporal analysis presents events in a timeline. It provides a quick understanding of the logical sequence in which the facts occurred, allowing the analyst to identify the chronological order of the facts. This type of analysis can also demonstrate behavioral patterns and anticipate critical periods of relevant events

Event Analysis

Analysis of events allows the analyst to have a very clear view of the sequence of relevant facts and their actors. With this type of diagram an analyst can infer value from each event and search for the “history” of the analysis.

Temporary Pattern Search

Caseboard lets you quickly search for time patterns on a variety of data types such as phone calls or bank trasactions, posts in social networks or even emails. The analyst can even use several types of data together to determine patterns and evidence them. A good example of this is to show the dollar-to-wire practice where messages or phone calls often precede a financial transaction.