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Sunday, 7 February 2016

Outputting two example sets from a Groovy script

Here is a toy process using Groovy that takes two input example sets and simply outputs them again after swapping them.

The key point is that the Groovy code shows how two outputs can be created. This is easy for a developer to do but not immediately obvious to someone with no development expertise.

Manipulating times: reference information

This is a post I saved as draft as a work in progress. It's pre version 7 but should still be applicable.

Examples showing attributes being generated


First post of 2016

I haven't posted for a while. This is partially because I am very busy and it is also because I haven't created anything new using RapidMiner that was new and interesting enough to share. The community license puts certain things off limits which is a pity since it would be nice to try them out and share the results.

With the release of version 7, I will spend some time reviewing how it is and post things of interest as I find them.

In the meantime, there are a number of posts that I saved as draft that I will revisit and publish. These are all pre version 7 but they should still be applicable. The first is about times and gives some reference information about how to get these behaving as you want. I'll publish it after this one.