This Friday, July 28th, we are launching our new data matrix, which enhances the interaction between data sources and ROOK Connect.
The main goal of this matrix is to pave the way for obtaining events and summaries from data sources, broadcasting events throughout the day, and improving the data structure. Additionally, it will provide a broader and more organized database.
The new features of Matrix 2.0
Event and Summary Extraction:
Matrix 2.0 allows you to perform more detailed data extraction by making queries for events and summaries. Remember:
- An event is a data record within a defined time period.
- A summary is the total data record for a day.
You can now perform automated queries throughout the day and across our three pillars - physical, sleep or body. Through our Webhooks, you will receive automatic user updates every hour. You can request events throughout the day, ensuring timely and up-to-date information for users.
Enhanced Data Structure:
With Matrix 2.0, the database is larger and better organized, facilitating data retrieval and analysis. In this way, you can have access to a larger database.
We have created a new field, User Demographic, which enables you to query user-specific data. This gives you the ability to access and receive the most up-to-date information available whenever it is needed.
What are the differences between Matrix 1.0 and Matrix 2.0
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the new Matrix 2.0 have an additional cost?
No, it is included in the membership and user cost. It is not a new product but an update to ROOKConnect.
Since I've already integrated Matrix 1.0, will I no longer be able to acquire Matrix 2.0?
You will be able to integrate Matrix 2.0, as long as you update the query URLs and use the new SDKs.
Will Matrix 1.0 cease to exist?
Not at the moment. However, new data sources will not be added to Matrix 1.0. If you want to integrate upcoming data sources, you will need to use Matrix 2.0.
What if I currently have some data sources integrated into Matrix 1.0 and want to integrate Matrix 2.0?
Both matrices are designed to coexist, so there won't be any problem. However, keep in mind that data sources in Matrix 1.0 have more limited data extraction capabilities compared to Matrix 2.0.