I think SAS runs on the iSeries, you may have to run it in unix
environment..you could always run AIX in an LPAR and it does run on AIX just
As for real time, you may want to consider a CMN file and other streaming
data file methods or set up the devices for polling...consider your
communications issues and performance issues as well.
As for writing mean/median/mod/std.dev/simple linear regression/etc/ been
there, done that... you can do most of those stats in a single pass easily.
Thought about writing a stats packager for the as/400 years ago but never
had the time...should have done it while PL/I was still around :)
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Charles Wilt
Sent: Monday, December 2, 2013 3:12 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
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
Do any statistics packages exist that run on the i?
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