Some notes to help explain a few miscellaneous features of the RapidMiner product.
Now with added RapidAnalytics and a dash of R.
Hello,I purchased your book a few weeks ago and have appreciated the tips in it. I have started to use the log operator a lot in my processes after seeing your example. One thing I am having a hard time with is using it with Rapidanalytics (Rapidminer server). I can write the log file from the process when it is run on the server, but the log data is not present when I call up the results of the server into my rapidminer studio results window, as it is when the process is run on the studio version. This means that I cannot chart the data from the log file when it is run on the server vice the studio version. Do you know if there is a way to get the log data displayed with the results from the server, or am I just out of luck. Thanks again for the book. By the way, this blog is loaded with great information too!
Hello EricThanks for the thanks :)You can use the Log to Data operator to turn a log into an example set. In fact there is an example here.http://rapidminernotes.blogspot.co.uk/2011/10/counting-words-in-document.htmlregards,Andrew
Perfect.... Thanks for the reply!Eric
I just got my copy in the mail yesterday! Thanks for writing a fantastic book Andrew! I expect you to sign my copy if you make it to Boston this year for Rapidminer World!Cheers!
Hello ThomasI'll make sure I have a pen with me...Andrew