IBM SPSS Modeler Valuable Features

reviewer1428942
Contracts Manager at a program development consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
I think the tool is very helpful in terms of, when you work on a foothold, you can compare how many people came into the center between fiscal periods. You take two quarters and compare them and this tool is ideal because it gives you a lot of visibility on the before and after. It provides graphs for you to actually see how the impact has been on the financial side. It's a user-friendly tool. View full review »
EzzAbdelfattah
Associate Professor of Statistics at KAU
I like the automation and that this product is very organized and easy to use. I think these features can be found in many products but I like IBM Modeler because it's very clear about how to use it. There are many other good features and I discovered something that I haven't seen in other software. It's the ability to use two different techniques, one is the regression technique and the other is the neural network. With IBM you can combine them in one node. It improves the model which is a big advantage. View full review »
Peter Huo
Application Architect at a government with 10,001+ employees
It's a very good and reasonably priced solution. As a data analyst, the data aggregation is very good. It's a very quick method to merge the data. If you can use the data site, they offer you about 20 different analytic modes. It's simple and precise and it accelerates the data. View full review »
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reviewer1264065
Graduate Teaching Assistant at a non-profit with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable feature for me is just being able to run statistical analysis on my data. View full review »
Ritchie Poon
Program Director at ABRS
GUI and flow management. View full review »
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