At IBM Insight 2015, you’ll be able to discover the latest and greatest in the SPSS universe. A lot will be going on at Insight, so take care not to miss the sessions that will interest you most. Learn the ins and outs of SPSS sessions at Insight, allowing you to make the most of your Insight
While you’re at IBM Insight 2015, hit the bookstore for more on a variety of topics covered in regular Insight sessions. If you like, meet the authors to get your book signed and take a moment to chat. Don’t miss this chance to bring your learning home from Insight.
Predictive analytics isn’t complete without geospatial analytics, which offers data dimensions that can provide a holistic view of business problems. At IBM Insight 2015, discover how geospatial analytics can help you understand your customers and your operations through time and space components.
A North American manufacturer of retail steel and steel building products implements a comprehensive analysis and reporting system, gaining insights into supply chain and customer demand trends and cutting financial reporting times when it engages with IBM.
Time and location-based intelligence can reveal hidden insights about your business, customers or constituents. Learn how organizations can benefit from geospatial analytics and how IBM SPSS Modeler augments predictive modeling by integrating elements of time and space into analyses.
Predictive analytics that incorporates geospatial data can provide answers and insights not found in charts or tables, and it can be extremely helpful for organizations that want to answer the critical who, what and where questions for accurate forecasting.
The R language has become very popular with statisticians and data miners who use it to develop statistical software. But did you know that you can run R syntax from IBM SPSS Modeler and SPSS Statistics software? The combined strength of both helps address the needs of an organization that has few
IBM announced a number of new cloud offerings with the IBM Cloud Marketplace at the center. It is designed to be an easy access, technical marketplace for all users (business through IT and development) to access solutions and technologies on demand, with a growing number in the big data and
Do you know how many olives it takes to make that tablespoon of olive oil you just doused on your lunch salad? It takes a big pile of olives. More than 50.
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