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Demo of SPSS Statistics Preview

Here's a quick demo of the SPSS Statistics Preview: [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="https://developer.ibm.com/predictiveanalytics/wp-content/uploads/sites/48/2018/01/Demo-of-new-UI-Jan-22-Blog-post.mp4"][/video] This quick demo showcases a handful of new features including: New...

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SPSS Statistics Subscribers can try new Preview today

If you are a paid Subscriber of SPSS Statistics, we encourage you to try the Preview of the future of SPSS today! Remember, this initial preview starts with basic functionality that lets you load SPSS data or import CSV files, change variable metadata, run popular analytic procedures, and work...

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Using visibility attributes (IBM extension)

Originally posted by: TracyR IBM XL C/C++ for Linux, V13.1 supports an extended feature "Visibility attributes of entities" to assist with performance tuning and application optimization. The visibility attributes of entity describe whether and how an entity defined in one...

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How to handle table of contents overflow (2)

Originally posted by: AliceYing My previous blog introduces why TOC overflow occurs and what the general solutions are to solve the problem. Now it is time to describe the solutions in detail. Two general solutions As the matter of fact, the best way to handle TOC overflow is to...

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How to handle table of contents overflow (1)

Originally posted by: AliceYing Do you have experience of encountering table of contents (TOC) overflow? If you do, how do you deal with the problem? The IBM XL C compiler provides solutions to solve the problem since version 12. There is also a developerWorks article written by Kit Barton...

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Submitting Ideas for new C/C++ Compiler features

Originally posted by: Roland K C/C++ Compilers are now live on the Request for Enhancement (RFE) Community. It is a great place where you can collaborate with development teams and other product users. Our development team will review your RFE and provide status updates throughout its...

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New sandbox exercises for XL Fortran

Originally posted by: melaniejs Check out new exercises in the Power sandbox. You can find them below. You can learn about compiling with a list of options defined in a file, debugging optimized code, new OpenMP3.1 constructs, performance benefits of using F2008...

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New XL compiler exercises

Originally posted by: melaniejs Check out new exercises in the Power sandbox. You can find them here Experience new features available with the latest XL C/C++ compiler including introduction to C++11, the benefits of C++11, compiling with a list of options defined in a file, and...

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Get all the details about the latest release of PL/I for AIX

Originally posted by: COBOL Cafe Check out all the information about the latest release of PL/I for AIX. You can get a summary of the release as well as all the announcement details. See what's new with PL/I for AIX V3.1 including enhancements to leverage the latest POWER7 hardware and...

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The View (or trip report) from the Feb 2010 OpenMP Santa Clara meeting

Originally posted by: Michael Wong IBM members are active in designing the feature updates to the new OpenMP specification. We have supported OpenMP since its inception. our latest XL C, C++ and FORTRAN compilers were among the first to fully support the 3.0 specification. Steven has...

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