Ibm Spss Modeler v18.0 (x86/x64) (Win/Mac) | 1.14/1.47/1.24 GB
IBM SPSS Modeler is a set of data mining tools that enable you to quickly develop predictive models using business expertise and deploy them into business operations to improve decision making. Designed around the industry-standard CRISP-DM model, SPSS Modeler supports the entire data mining process, from data to better business results. SPSS Modeler offers a variety of modeling methods taken from machine learning, artificial intelligence, and statistics. The methods available on the Modeling palette allow you to derive new information from your data and to develop predictive models. Each method has certain strengths and is best suited for particular types of problems.
SPSS Modeler Server runs continually in distributed analysis mode together with one or more IBM SPSS Modeler installations, providing superior performance on large data sets because memory-intensive operations can be done on the server without downloading data to the client computer. SPSS Modeler Server also provides support for SQL optimization and in-database modeling capabilities, delivering further benefits in performance and automation. At least one SPSS Modeler installation must be present to run an analysis.
Design visual analysis streams
Use an intuitive graphical interface to visualize each step of the data mining process as part of a stream. Analysts and business users can easily add expertise and business knowledge to the process.
Choose from a range of methods
Choose from multiple machine learning techniques, including classification, segmentation and association algorithms. Use scripting languages such as R, Python and Spark to extend modeling capabilities.
Prepare data automatically
Transform data automatically into the best format for the most accurate predictive models. Analyze data, identify fixes, screen out fields and derive new attributes with just a few clicks.
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