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IBM SPSS Modeler Cookbook by Scott Mutchler, Tom Khabaza, Meta S. Brown, Dean Abbott, Keith McCormick

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Historical introduction to scripting

By the time Clementine Version 4 was released in 1997, the workbench had gained substantial market traction. Its revolutionary visual programming interface had enabled a more business-focused approach to analytics than ever before—all the major families of algorithms were represented in an easy-to-use form, ODBC had enabled integration with a comprehensive range of data, and commercial partners were busy rebadging Clementine to reach a wider audience through new market channels.

The workbench lacked one major kind of functionality, that of automation, to enable the embedding of data mining within other applications. It was therefore decided that automation would form the centre piece of Version 5, and it would ...

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