The newest version of the Adele tool for data analyzing comes with an export feature to save data in a desktop database. This can be useful to save the work in analyzing data into a reusable and fast file format – a desktop database like SQLite or MS Access (if the driver UCanaccess is found).
More than two years ago the last version of the json4sapnw library was published. Json4sapnw is a Addon for ABAP based SAP NetWeaver systems and it is free for the SAP community.
The new version includes an HTTP client implementation to execute RESTful JSON Webservices with only a few lines of code. Some other optimizations and bugfixes are included too.
The last versions comes with some useful visualization features. The graph engine was already included and used for the basket analysis. But now the graph universe can be displayed in a graphical way.
ADELE is a Java based tool for data analysis and comes with an SAP integration for exporting SAP data into ADELE. This is already published and known.
Starting from version 0.31.x data can be exported to SAP too. Export and import of data use RFC-enabled function modules with a very simple interface. Even ABAP newbies can implement this in minutes.
Six months after my last post Adele has reached version 0.29.1. The last releases added very useful import features. See the new OData client features by using the builtin example the microsoft northwind database.The import functionality was enhanced to import complex files like MS Excel, JSON/XML or others.
The new Adele version is ready for download at the sourceforge project site. The last version 0.23.0 is the first portable version. This means Adele runs from the USB stick via the PortableApps.com framework.
The ARFF format is like a standard for data mining programs like WEKA, KNIME or RapidMiner.