SPSS Directions : Rexer Survey Results

Here are some results shared by Dr Karl Rexer of Rexer Analytics- they were presented at SPSS Directions. Clementine was #1 in customer satisfaction — everyone (N=78) who identified it as their primary tool were satisfied or very satisfied. It’s pretty amazing that not even one person was neutral (it was a 5-point scale).

For a detailed poster on the results contact http://www.RexerAnalytics.com More than 710 data mining professionals had completed the survey.

Here are some results shared by Dr Karl Rexer of Rexer Analytics- they were presented at SPSS Directions

When asked to select all of the software packages they use for data mining, each person selected an average of 5 tools.  More data miners reported using SPSS Statistics than any other tool.  And when we asked people to indicate their primary data mining tool, the tool selected by the most data miners was SPSS Modeler (Clementine).  The SPSS people were also thrilled to see that Clementine was #1 in customer satisfaction — everyone (N=78) who identified it as their primary tool were satisfied or very satisfied.  It’s pretty amazing that not even one person was neutral (it was a 5-point scale).

For a  detailed poster on the results contact www.RexerAnalytics.com More than 710 data mining professionals had completed the survey.

Best of Decision Stats- Modeling and Text Mining Part3

Here are some of the top articles by way of views, in an  area I love– of modeling and text mining.

1) Karl Rexer – Rexer Analytics

http://www.decisionstats.com/2009/06/09/interview-karl-rexer-rexer-analytics/

Karl produces one of the most respected surveys that captures emerging trends in data mining and technology. Karl was also one of the most enthusiastic people I have interviewed- and I am thankful for his help in getting me some more interviews.

2) Gregory Piatesky Shapiro

One of the earliest and easily the best Knowledge Discoverer of all times, Gregory produces http://www.kdnuggets.com and the newsletter is easily the must newsletter to be on. Gregory was doing data mining , while the Google boys were still debating whether to drop out of Stanford or not.
Continue reading “Best of Decision Stats- Modeling and Text Mining Part3”