Hi KNIME Team,
I have recently downloaded KNIME 2.11.0 last weekend.
New version is Great and I was just checking the features.
I am unable to store the Model in a Zip file. It stores in a just .file format.
Could you please. help.
Congratulations and Many Thanks for the New Version.
I am unable to store the Model in a Zip file. It stores in a .file format.
I know in the 2.8 or so (open source editions) there were some settings needed which are not traceable on the net.
Would you be able to help please. I just got some updates for 2.11.0 but its still not working.
I cannot reproduce your problem. If I enter "/tmp/model.zip" (e.g.) as path in the Model Writer it will happily create a zip file with the model contents. Note that the file name extension doesn't really matter, it will always be a zip file.
The Problem is Solved at least for now, I can use the model, but I can't still save it in the traditional zip archive form (That showed the objects/files.)
Earlier, due to the the saved model in the zip file (which actually got saved in .file) was generating wierd predictions eg. all False, when loaded through the Model Reader.
Now I am able to use the model, but I can't still save it in the traditional zip archive form.
Many Thanks and Have a great Festive Season Ahead,
Now It works. Many Thanks, I really do not know the reason.
Have a Great Christmas.
Many Thanks for solving my previous queries. They are extreemly helpful.
Following is an old issue so I am not raising it again. But if you could please guide me.
I want to stream a csv file at a given speed of say 3-5 instances per 60 mins and stream this as a test data to a model based workflow.
Can I do this with KNIME? .
Also, will this matter at all? I feel I am just slowing the speed down for testing by using such facility to stream the instance.
In fact I wish to see if the streaming is done based on any hidden pattern the presence of the model or as an inherent property of the data.
Old Topic Reference
Could KNIME process real-time data ?
Fri, 10/26/2012 - 20:42
Replied by wiswedel
(Although not a very specifica match but it has relevance)
Kindly let me know if I need to raise a separate topic