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Monday Replay: “How to Automate Your Workflows in Slack Using Python” (SF Phython, July 8)

Welcome back! Hope everyone had a nice summer or – for those of you based in the southern hemisphere – is enjoying their winter season at least. Our Monday Replay series, where we feature talks from recent meetups we’ve sponsored, continues. Today, we share a short clip from last month‘s SF...

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On the direction of SPSS Modeler

There have been various changes within IBM’s Data Science & Machine Learning product portfolio over the last months. This has also brought some confusion around the direction of IBM SPSS Modeler, so I wanted to clarify a few things. If you read no further, I want you to know that IBM SPSS...

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SPSS Modeler Extension Nodes – Embedding R and Python Code in Modeler

SPSS Modeler 18.1 introduced five new nodes that allows you to embed Python and R code in a Modeler Stream. With these nodes you can extend and embrace open source in SPSS Modeler, to perform tasks you can’t easily accomplish with out-of-the-box Modeler nodes. ...

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IBM SPSS Modeler 18.1 -- Coding Free Open Source, Seamless Weather Data and Optimization Integration and Text Analytics for Big Data

Today I am happy to announce the release of new versions of the main products in the IBM SPSS Data Science portfolio -- IBM SPSS Modeler 18.1, IBM SPSS Collaboration and Deployment Services 8.1, and IBM SPSS Analytic Server 3.1. This new release presents six major categories of improvements: ...

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