If I were to design such a system, I'd base it on the journal receiver model where every database change entry was shuttled off to my implementation of a (remote) journal receiver. The system would maintain sums and recalculate deviations, averages, means, etc on each new entry.

There ought to be some generic stats packages that work this way on just about any database that supports journals including DB2i.

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Subject: Statistical Analysis on the IBM i


I'm curious as to rather anyone is doing statistical analysis on the i.

In particular, I'm interested in running some analysis in near real time at
the order line item level; possibly with models built offline

It doesn't appear that there's anything built into the OS or the available
programming languages.

Do any statistics packages exist that run on the i?

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