Wannes Rosius, IBMer, Community member and SPSS Modeler guru has shared this excellent paper introducing users to the R integration in Modeler - even if you have a very limited knowledge of R, you can follow through his examples to get up and running quickly.
We all know that SPSS Statistics can import data from a wide variety of sources, but what about importing data from social media sites such as Facebook? Turns out you can do that too with a relatively simple extension that is implemented in R and makes use of the Rfacebook package.
Some ranking algorithms could be too sophisticated to be actually understood by a layman's type of person. The reasoning to develop this particular piece of work was to not only rank specific type of datasets but be able to explain how the ranking is performed for the layman's type of person.
Announcing three new extensions for SPSS Modeler. These extensions create graphs that are fully interactive and can be shown in any web browser.
Download the rCharts Basic Charts extension for SPSS Modeler. This extension uses the rCharts R package to easily create bar, line, and scatter plots ready for the web.
Earlier this week, we released the new versions of SPSS Statistics (version 24) and SPSS Modeler (version 18). With the new product release we also have a new version of R Essentials available for both products. Learn where to find R Essentials for Statistics and Modeler on GitHub and how to install.
Bayesian methods have long attracted the interest of statisticians but have only been infrequently used in statistical practice in most areas. This is due in part to the lack of accessible software. A recent paper said, "However, most of this work can be understood and used only by those with a high level of statistically...
R is one of the most popular tools for data science and predictive analytics, however it can be difficult to use for non-programmers. This guide shows how to prepare SPSS Modeler to work with R extensions. You can use pre-built extensions or create your own to combine R with the interface and power...