RapidMiner: A Leader in Advanced Analytics

Posted on Mo 24 Februar 2014 in misc • Tagged with RapidMiner, RapidAnalytics, Raspberry Pi • 1 min read

Last week the news broke that Gartner Research placed Rapidminer in the Leader Quadrant for Advanced Analytics. I can't say that I was surprised at the news, but I was extremely happy to know that we share the Leader Space with names like IBM and SAS.

The report is a …


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The RAPi Project Update

Posted on Mo 17 Februar 2014 in misc • Tagged with RapidMiner, RapidAnalytics, Raspberry Pi • 2 min read

With every few steps forward on this project, I inevitably take a step back. On Friday night I successfully created a 2 node Pi computer. I tested it with the MPICH2 script and it indicated that both nodes, RApi0 and RApi1, were talking to each other. This was a HUGE …


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The RAPi Project

Posted on Mo 10 Februar 2014 in misc • Tagged with RapidMiner, RapidAnalytics, Raspberry Pi • 2 min read

My initial setback in running Rapid Analytics on a Raspberry Pi might end up being just a small stumbling block in the end. The only thing that's preventing Rapid Analytics from running on a Pi is hardware, a single pi is not quite there to run both X Windows and …


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Rapid Analytics: On a Raspberry Pi – Part 3

Posted on Do 06 Februar 2014 in misc • Tagged with RapidMiner, RapidAnalytics, Raspberry Pi • 2 min read

Update: After talking with some IT folks, I realized that I might just be able to make Rapid Analytics on a Raspberry Pi (RAPi) happen. I need to go back a split the memory better on the Pi AND possibly make mini clusters of Pi.  How cool would that be …


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Rapid Analytics: On a Raspberry Pi - Part 2

Posted on Di 04 Februar 2014 in misc • Tagged with RapidMiner, RapidAnalytics, Raspberry Pi • 1 min read

I had some great success last night installing Rapid Analytics 1.3 (RA) on the Raspberry Pi. I originally tried to do all this via SSH (headless), but I was running into the X11 error on my windows machine. In the end I had to connect the Pi to my …


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