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January 07, 2014

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With the latest release, IBM SPSS Modeler 16 now includes a direct integration with R meaning users don't have to choose between the flexibility that R offers and the robustness, scalability, productivity and enterprise analytic deployment options available with IBM SPSS Modeler. R code can be dropped in at any point in the normal Modeler Stream workflow as required. The Modeler-R integration can leverage the IBM PureData System (Netezza), SAP Hana and Oracle R engines, and via IBM SPSS Analytic Server MapReduce in a Hadoop Distributed file system.

IBM SPSS Statistics has been integrated with R programmability since version 16, which was released over six years ago.

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