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Ability to export estimated coefficients and adjustment statistics into a table from the SPSS Modeler stream
Our prospect would like to export all the estimated coefficients of a predictive model and all the adjustment statistics (such as R2, error %...) into a physical table.This is a standard features that SAS has using the OUTEST= option for their sta...
Data being extracted from a data warehouse contain foreign characters. There are characters are not part of the world writing systems. Any attempt to load these datasets to a Netezza Database always fails
Max Log Size and Number of Logs parameters in Modeler Server
Modeler Server logs (server_logging.log) continue to grow until they are of unmanageable size to open. Having a parameter to set the max log size before a new log is begun would be very useful.Also a parameter to set the number or prior log files ...
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