What's New in SPSS Statistics 25 & Subscription - SPSS Predictive Analytics

Summary of the exciting features coming to SPSS Statistics 25 and Subscription.

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    Learn how easy it is to move your SPSS Statistics Subscription between machines.
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    Data science and machine learning are hot areas and many students want to learn about these subjects. Many students learn open source programming languages but not everyone is a coder. A powerful visual tool like IBM SPSS Modeler is actually a great way to learn about data science and machine learning. IBM is supporting this […]
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  • Don’t Panic! Upcoming improvements to Licensing Portal September 22, 2017
    On July 31 we announced a new SPSS Support Portal that provides a clean and crisp service experience. Our job in improving your experience was not done. With that in mind, I want to make sure you know what new improvements you can expect to happen soon. First, we’ve added easier access to License Key […]
  • What’s New in SPSS Amos 25 September 7, 2017
    List of features and changes found in Amos 25.
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Model Random Forest

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Classification and regression based on a forest of trees using random inputs, utilizing conditional inference trees as base learners.

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Weather Underground Import

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Accepts airport/weather station IDs and returns various weather data points for each location.

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MLlib Pagerank

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Estimating the relative importance of individuals within a social network using Spark MLlib.

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This procedure calculates Bayes factors for sets of regression models and the posterior distribution. Only continuous (scale level) variables can be used.