TT Score provides a comprehensive surveillance and case management toolset for analyizing and reporting on trading activity. You conduct reviews in TT Score by:
To define and organize dataset you would like to review, TT Score provides tools for filtering and grouping your data.
Selected filters are applied to the data when you click the Apply Filters button.
Note: Selected data is best reviewed by focusing on one problematic trading model at a time. This can be done using the filter checkboxes in the MODELS section. After you have completed a review of clusters associated with an individual model, you filter down to the next model in the list and repeate the review process.
For more information, consult Selecting Data article.
Once your data is selected, you can use TT Score's data visualizations to identify clusters of problematic trading activity.
TT Sore provides the ability to review clusters at various levels of granularity: the cluster group level, the cluster list level, and the individual cluster level.
For more information, see the Analyzing trading activity using data visualizations article.
As you complete your analysis, you can record notes and dispositions. TT Score provides the ability to record these reviews at the cluster group level as well as the individual cluster level.
Reviews that require further action can be added to investigations.
You record your notes and dispositions using the Review Sidebar:
The Review Sidebar will then appear on the left-hand side of your screen
The Review Sidebar is used to:
Once the review of a cluster or cluster group is complete, they can be added to an investgation for further review or action.As noted above, clusters and cluster groups can be added to an existing investigation from within the Review Sidebar. You can also create new investigations within the Review Sidebar.
The status of assigned investigations is displayed in the TT Score Dashboard.
For more information, see the Recording reviews and opening investigations article.