Clementine 9.0, the latest version of the data mining workbench from SPSS Inc., leverages its open, standards-based architecture to offer explicit integration with Oracle Database 10g, the first relational database designed for grid computing. Oracle Database 10g supports predictive modeling with Oracle Data Mining, enabling the building and scoring of models directly within the database.
Clementine 9.0 will enable analysts to use the Clementine interface to build, browse and score models in the Oracle Database 10g using techniques available with Oracle Data Mining. Oracle Data Mining algorithms, including Naive Bayes, Adaptive Bayes Network and Support Vector Machines, appear as nodes in the Clementine interface. These techniques can be used just like any other techniques that are native in Clementine.
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