SPSS Modeler and Text Analytics
IBM SPSS Modeler is an extensive predictive analytics platform that is designed to bring predictive intelligence to decisions made by individuals, groups, systems and the enterprise. By providing a range of advanced algorithms and techniques that include text analytics, entity analytics, decision management and optimization, SPSS Modeler can help you consistently make the right decisions—from the desktop or within operational systems.
The SPSS "Mining in Academia" program allows free use of this software for higher-ed institutions.
This product is generally distributed as a floating network license. This means there may be a limited number of seats of this software available and that users must connect to an on-campus license server to use the software.
Versions of this software are available on: Windows. You may have to check with the vendor about the availability of other versions.
Other RestrictionsThis software may only be installed on University-owned equipment.
License server: license5.clemson.edu Port: 5093
If you cannot enter license server name and port separately in the application, you may need to enter them in the format:
Purchasing SPSS Modeler and Text Analytics
Licenses for this software are available without purchase if you meet any license restrictions.
Install Media - How to Access SPSS Modeler and Text Analytics
Inquire with your department or local IT support about access to install media for this title. You can also send an email to email@example.com.
Direct access to the media for this software on the Software Repository is limited to IT support personnel. If you need to request this software be installed on your computer, you can visit the nearest helpdesk (the CCIT Helpdesk on the 2nd floor of Cooper Library or the Engineering Support Desk in 142 Freeman Hall), contact your local IT support, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any additional questions about the availability, cost, or install procedures for this software, you can either visit the CCIT Support Center on the 2nd floor of Cooper Library or send an email to email@example.com.
Faculty and staff can also contact their local IT support for help.