Update on SPSS and Data Science for the members of SURF
Date: 24 JAN 2019
Are you a researcher or a teacher and do you work with SPSS Statistics? Or do you work in big data, data mining or data science with SPSS Modeler? Visit the update on SPSS and Data Science for SURF members. You will hear about new developments concerning SPSS Statistics and Modeler.
- 24 Jan 2019
- SURF office, Utrecht
- Prior knowledge needed?
- Meeting type
This update is a sequel to the session of May 29, 2018.
Developments SPSS Statistics, Modeler and data science
During this event, IBM will introduce an updated overview of SPSS Statistics, SPSS Modeler and Watson Studio (formerly known as Data Science Experience, DSX). The following topics are covered:
- the state of product development
- tips & tricks for Statistics and Modeler
- the development of integrating open-source-data-science (e.g. with R and Python) and SPSS products
- setting up a simple big-data survey using the Visual Modeler interface
In addition time will be reserved for discussions about sharing knowledge and experiences with SPSS and data science in research and education in the Netherlands.
This update is relevant for SURF members who work in big data, data mining en data science and with SPSS Modeler (or open-sourcetools like Python and R). For researchers and teachers that work with SPSS Statistics, the event is relevant as well.
|12.30 uur||Coffee & tea|
SPSS Statistics & Modeler product update, Watson Studio
Update on the IBM SPSS products
Demonstration of new functionality of SPSS Statistics and SPSS Modeler,
E.g. Output Management System (OMS), Custom Dialogues and Extensions, Custom Tables, etc..
Modeler – 'from Zero to Hero' in 30 minutes
Deep-Learning is a rapidly growing research area within the machine learning and Artificial Intelligence domain. This presentation will provide an overview and examples of this new domain.
|16.15 uur||Closure, Q&A|
|16.30 uur||End of workshop|
Presentations will be in English
This update on SPSS and Data Science is exclusively for SURF-members. The event is free of charge.Please visit the website of the event for more information.