Hi,

If you also would like to enhance SAP Predictive Analysis with further algorithms based on R this example might be something for you.

Do yourself a favor and test that your R function is working before adding it to SAP PA.

**1) Example of using k-means with the famous iris data:**

Run this in your R editor.

## Data frames are created by the data.frame function:

## dataFrame<-iris stores the iris data in the dataFrame

## Data frames are created by the data.frame function:

dataFrame<-iris

attach(dataFrame)

set.seed(4321)

str(dataFrame)

kmeans_model<-kmeans(data.frame(Sepal.Length,Sepal.Width,Petal.Length,

+Petal.Width), centers=3,iter.max=100,nstart=1,algorithm=”Hartigan-Wong”)

kmeans_model$cluster

detach(dataFrame)

This gives you a fine sets of clusters:

**2) If SAP Predictive Analysis is to use this R script it needs to be converted into a function:**

## Transforming this R script into a Function.

## For SAP Predictive Analysis

kmeansfunction<-function(dataFrame,ind,ClusterNumber,Iterations)

{

attach(dataFrame)

dataFrame

dataFrame<-data.frame(dataFrame,check.names = FALSE)

set.seed(4321)

kmeans_model<-kmeans(data.frame(dataFrame[,ind]),centers=ClusterNumber,iter.max=Iterations,nstart=1)

output<- cbind(dataFrame,kmeans_model$cluster);

return (list(out=output,modelkmeans=kmeans_model));

}

Guide: SAP Predictive Analysis – Adding further data mining algorithms & visualizations.

**3) Testing. Do yourself a favor and test the R function before trying to load it into PA.**

## Make sure you have data in your dataFrame

str(dataFrame)

## Testing the new R function before embedding in Predictive Analysis

kmeansfunction(dataFrame,c(“Sepal.Length”,”Sepal.Width”,”Petal.Length”,”Petal.Width”), ClusterNumber=3, Iterations=100)

## OR just the short version

ind <- c(“Sepal.Length”,”Sepal.Width”,”Petal.Length”,”Petal.Width”)

kmeansfunction(dataFrame,ind,”Petal.Width”, ClusterNumber=3, Iterations=100)

Your R Function is now ready to be used in SAP Predictive Analysis.

For a video on how do use custom R scripts and enhance SAP PA even further please look at this: http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-46202

Best regards,

Kurt Holst

Thomas Aslak SøholmThanks, this made me get a good start with SAP PA and R.

Tammy PowlasKurt:

Thank you for the great contributions in the Predictive space. I hope to spend more time with such tools in 2014.

Tammy

Serena ShenHi Kurt,

Guide: SAP Predictive Analysis – Adding further data mining algorithms & visualizations. this link could not be found. I am very curious about how to plot multiple charts in one graph