IBM SPSS Modeler Primary Use Case

reviewer1428942
Contracts Manager at a program development consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
Our primary use case is the analysis of economic impact. View full review »
EzzAbdelfattah
Associate Professor of Statistics at KAU
The solution can be used for many projects, mainly for sophisticated data. It's applicable when you're dealing with a lot of data, for example, we're now dealing with a cancer related project, trying to figure out how we can build a predictive model. We're also using it at the university to predict the courses our students will follow. It helps with preparation related to capacity. We use the solution for both educational and research purposes. I have some students that I'm supervising for data mining and I teach this solution. I'm interested in data science in general. I'll be publishing a book on the subject in Arabic. I'm an associate professor of statistics and we are customers of IBM. View full review »
AltanAtabarut
Founding Partner at Altdata Analytics
Primary use case is feature engineering on a pre-prepared data set and mostly doing predictive modeling. Used on desktop. If it comes to ETL and data prep the tool is a waste of time... View full review »
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Peter Huo
Application Architect at a government with 10,001+ employees
We use this solution to generate and deal with data. We have feeders which have the methodologies and the data gives us leverage to deal with that and provide the graphic. I'm an application architect and we are customers of IBM. View full review »
reviewer1264065
Graduate Teaching Assistant at a non-profit with 5,001-10,000 employees
I use the product for my research purposes in running analysis on data. View full review »
Ritchie Poon
Program Director at ABRS
Evaluation for training and consulting. View full review »
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