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Ability to make a Modeler Flow copy or copy some nodes
In SPSS Modeler, if you want to keep a version and work in a copy, you can make a copy of the STR (modeler flow) file. Also, if you want to take some nodes from a flow to another, you can make a selection and copy/paste.
In Watson Studio Deskt...
In SPSS Modeler, you can define a flow with a database as source, put a terminal node and then click a purple hexagonal icon in the toolbar. Then, SPSS Modeler displays the SQL which solves the flow (known as "SQL Pushback") without the need of ru...
I'm still looking for documentation of how to connect Django back-end with IBM Watson. I need to run jobs automatically, there's no links for that in the page. There's just the graphical interface to do it manually. More info of the problem here
I tried to shared a python notebook with my students and I could not figure out how to save it from the notebook interface. I had to navigate to the home page and click on the download arrow or folder to see where the file is saved locally.
When playing with all the cool visualizations in the data refinery tool, it would be super cool to be able to export R code to reproduce those visualizations elsewhere. Maybe the visualization is helpful to understand the data. But after the visua...
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