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IBM SPSS Modeler Cookbook Paperback – October 23, 2013
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About the Author
Keith McCormick is the Vice President and General Manager of QueBIT Consulting's Advanced Analytics team. He brings a wealth of consulting/training experience in statistics, predictive modeling and analytics, and data mining. For many years, he has worked in the SPSS community, first as an External Trainer and Consultant for SPSS Inc., then in a similar role with IBM, and now in his role with an award winning IBM partner. He possesses a BS in Computer Science and Psychology from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
He has been using Stats software tools since the early 90s, and has been training since 1997. He has been doing data mining and using IBM SPSS Modeler since its arrival in North America in the late 90s. He is an expert in IBM's SPSS software suite including IBM SPSS Statistics, IBM SPSS Modeler (formally Clementine), AMOS, Text Mining, and Classification Trees. He is active as a moderator and participant in statistics groups online including LinkedIn's Statistics and Analytics Consultants Group. He also blogs and reviews related books at KeithMcCormick.com. He enjoys hiking in out of the way places, finding unusual souvenirs while traveling overseas, exotic foods, and old books.
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