Modeling trains with SPSS

How sequential analysis can predict the future, and why DB2 might be smarter than you think

From the developerWorks archives

Gregory Neuveglise and Marc Fiammante

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: July 27, 2011

The ability to predict a failure before it happens is tremendously valuable. Learn how an IBM team worked with a train manufacturer to develop this capability using IBM SPSS Modeler and IBM DB2. In this instance, the team used SPSS to identify patterns in data and DB2 to handle moderately complex mathematical calculations directly within SQL.

This article was originally published in IBM Data magazine.

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