December 1, 2006 (BOSTON, US/AALBORG, DK)
Two years since our project's inception, Patterns and Predictions(TM) version 1.5 is now available. The newest version mainly refines the usability and learning curve for the tool. Newest features:
The PHJ GUI has been refined, particularly with regards to the flow of the starting FCOJ Wizard, as well as the addition of a directory parser to speed data collection.
A non-optional argument was added to the 'ph' command enabling the manual naming of models.
An option was added to disable discretization of numeric variables.
A new case study in the prediction of Influenza risk
factors. The free case study and all associated materials
can be found at the project
We have decided to focus on refering to our tool as 'Patterns and Predictions' with a new website due out shortly.
We are very interested in testimonials from users of version 1.5 or earlier. Please email us if you have a review!
Patterns and Predictions(TM) Trial v1.5 will continue
to be a full featured free research tool for
individual non-commercial use. Available
Patterns and Predictions(TM) Research Professional distribution
(available at here )
Support (Full, 1 year)
Hierarchy modeling (Latent Variables)
Accuracy functions (K-Fold)
Unstructured Data Interpretation (Patent Pending)
Non-Windows platform builds (such as UNIX)
For more information, contact:
Chris Poulin, Project Leader, Poulin-Hugin Tel.: +1.617.755.9049 firstname.lastname@example.org