2017 College Basketball Championship

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1 Villanova
16 Mt. St. Mary's

8 Wisconsin
9 Va .Tech

5 Virginia
12 UNCW

4 Florida
13 ETSU

6 SMU
11 USC

3 Baylor
14 NMST

7 So. Carolina
10 Marquette

2 Duke
15 Troy
1 Gonzaga
16 So. Dakota St

8 Northwestern
9 Vanderbilt

5 Notre Dame
12 Princeton

4 West Virginia
13 Bucknell

6 Maryland
11 Xavier

3 Florida St
14 FGCU

7 St. Mary's (CA)
10 VCU

2 Arizona
15 No. Dakota
FINAL
1 Kansas
16 UC Davis

8 Miami (FL)
9 Michigan St

5 Iowa St
12 Nevada

4 Purdue
13 Vermont

6 Creighton
11 URI

3 Oregon
14 Iona

7 Michigan
10 Oklahoma St

2 Louisville
15 Jacksonville St
1 UNC
16 Texas So.

8 Arkansas
9 Seton Hall

5 Minnesota
12 Middle Tenn.

4 Butler
13 Winthrop

6 Cincinnati
11 Kansas St.

3 UCLA
14 Kent St

7 Dayton
10 Wichita St

2 Kentucky
15 No. Kentucky
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The Qlik Sense APIs are the same APIs we use to develop Qlik Sense itself. This gives you tremendous flexibility to build, extend, and combine Qlik Sense with other technologies.

With the Qlik Sense APIs you can:

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Using the APIs, Qlik Sense visualizations can be seamlessly embedded into web pages or into applications built using web technologies.

Unlike other business intelligence tools, Qlik Sense offers complete web integration. The APIs enable data to be freely exchanged between Qlik Sense and the web application, which means developers can build true mashups with Google Maps, D3, or other web services and libraries. Selections and data from Qlik Sense visualizations can easily be passed back to the web application.

Embedded Qlik Sense visualizations behave in the same way as in the desktop product; charts have the same interactivity and the same interconnectedness. Users can zoom, move around, or select data on visualizations in exactly the same way as in the Qlik Sense desktop. Making selections in one visualization will automatically update all other visualizations in the same application.

Because of the unique level of integration offered by the APIs, Qlik Sense is being integrated with products that use web technologies. We have partners who have integrated Qlik Sense with Salesforce and other web-based products.

Including a Qlik Sense visualization in a web application is a simple as writing a single line of JavaScript code or HTML.

The APIs

Extensions

Integrates new visualizations and features into Qlik Sense. Written in JavaScript.

Backend

A helper API for Extensions and Mashups. Written in JavaScript.

Mashups

Merges Qlik Sense visualizations into web applications or web pages. Written in JavaScript.

.NET SDK

Combines Qlik Sense with Windows desktop software. Written in .NET.

QVX SDK

Connects Qlik Sense to new and custom data sources. Written in .NET.

Qlik Engine

Controls and specifies how data is passed between the client and the server. Websocket protocol based.

Proxy Service

Controls authentication, sessions, and load management. Written in .NET.

Repository Service

Governs data and configuration information for a site. A REST API.

User Directory Connector

Imports users and groups into the Qlik Sense Server. Written in .NET.
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Matchup Details

To help you decide the winner, we've calculated the chance of victory and expected margin of victory for the game

Chance of victory

We use the Pomeroy pythagorean winning percentage as inputs for the Log5 formula to calculate chance of victory

Margin of victory

We use the difference of the Sagarin overall ratings to calculate the expected margin of victory

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