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  • Re: Integrating Spotfire Professional Client with S+

    The easiest way to deploy code and remotely execute functions from S+ client to Statistics Services is to use the S+ Workbench (Eclipse-based) IDE. There is a Statistics Services view in there, where you can register your Stats Services instances, and then submit and monitor jobs.  To execute an S+ function from Spotfire Pro, you need to use ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Wed, Aug 8 2012
  • Re: S+ Database functionality

    Yes, S+ can do the same: list.a <- c("apple", "banana", "carrot", "pear", "pineapple", "tomato") list.b <- c("pear", "pineapple") list.c <- setdiff(list.a,list.b)  Similarly, the union command returns the unique values in both lists, and the ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Wed, Aug 8 2012
  • Re: Statistical services offline?

    You need to login to a Spotfire Server from your Pro client in order to register data functions. This is because the data functions are stored in the Spotfire Library. Is this the issue?
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Wed, Aug 8 2012
  • Re: S+ crashes as soon as it loads

    Have you contacted Support? They can help you with this.
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Wed, Aug 8 2012
  • Re: Pass a List of column names via Document/Datatable poperty to S+

    Hi sharath.nair, For SAS, it's exactly the same process, with two exceptions: Choose "SAS Script" when you create the Data Function. Scalar values are passed in to SAS as macro variables. You only need the "$map" step if you're permitting multiple selection in the input control; otherwise, you just assign your ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Wed, Aug 8 2012
  • Re: Question about S Plus Code

    Marcelo, it appears you are referencing a code example from p.52 in "Analysis of Financial Time Series" by Ruey S. Tsay? I think there may be a misprint. If you type "?OLS" at the S+ console's command prompt (omitting the quotes), you'll see that the first parameter to the OLS function should be a regression ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Thu, Sep 15 2011
  • Re: statistical server vs statistical server local adapter

    When you say "trial version", are you talking about the full evaluation (i.e., you installed your own server), or the one-year Silver trial? If the former, yes you can (and need to) enable the appropriate license.
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Fri, Jun 10 2011
  • Re: Data Functions Location ???

    Hi Sai, Library items are stored in the database, not directly on the filesystem. I'm curious what you're trying to do. I don't recommend mucking around in the database. Thanks, Dan
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Dan White on Fri, Jun 10 2011
  • Re: Kaplan-Meier Survival curves

    Hi Ted, Customers definitely use S+ to render static graphics and bring those into Spotfire. Being static, you won't be able to mark on the S+ plots, but they will respond to filtering if you setup the data function to use filtering. The gist of it is to return the plot image (e.g., .png) as a binary type, then assign it to a document ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire S+ (Forum) by Dan White on Thu, Jun 9 2011
  • Re: Data Functions Location ???

    Hi Sai, It seems like you answered your own question--you registered the data functions in the Spotfire Library. Therefore, they're stored in the Spotfire Library. Are you asking where on disk the Spotfire Library stores its artifacts? Thanks, Dan
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Dan White on Thu, Jun 9 2011
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