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Implement a generating new nodes from a table function on SPSS modeler flow
My Customers are using "Generate new nodes from a table" function on Classical SPSS Modeler. Then plan to use SPSS Modeler flow on Public Cloud, but they cannot do it now because "Generate new nodes from a table" function is mandatory for them.
Modeler Flow on DSX Local should support Cloudera Impala as Remote Data Set
Currently Modeler Flow on DSX Local only supported Remote Data Set for following databases:
* Big SQL
* DB2 Z/OS
We are requesting an enhancement to allow Modeler Flow on DSX Local support HDFS/...
The end users in Dominion Energy have a requirement to perform non-negative least squares regression. An example is predicting no. of calls that come into a call center. This cannot be a negative value. Non-negative regression can be done using GL...
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