Dump the data and see the magic!!!
April 11, 2021

Dump the data and see the magic!!!

Meena B | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Machine Learning (formerly Oracle Advanced Analytics)

Oracle Machine learning (formerly OAA) addresses a wide range of problems related to big data and data analytics. It helps the analytics team to analyze huge chunks of raw data obtained for research purposes. This data can come from open source, or medical equipment companies, and more.
  • Analyzing heaps of data dumped into the machine learning tool.
  • Giving the researcher an insight on which direction to proceed in order to get the desired results.
  • Can help perform a functional analysis before doing a deep dive.
  • Pricing for tools integrations is [a] big negative aspect.
  • Formatting is not as user friendly as it looks.
  • I encountered issues with loading large amounts of data for research purposes.
  • Though it is a bit pricey when it comes to other standalone open source ML tools, the ability of Oracle Machine Learning on feature selection is icing on the cake.
  • A few of my peers have used it with R as well and they were all praises for the functionality it has to offer.
  • One of my research papers needed me to use Oracle Machine Learning with OML4py on a python environment and I absolutely was satisfied with the outcome.
Oracle Machine Learning is completely different when compared to HCM or Hyperion. I can say that the data collected from HCM or Hyperion enterprise can be used on Oracle Machine Learning to perform an analysis to predict the future business.

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Did Oracle Machine Learning live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Did implementation of Oracle Machine Learning go as expected?

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One of the best features of Oracle Machine Learning is the ability to be able to use it in python environment. The OML4py is amazing when it comes to deployments (uses REST API) and the manipulation of data and tables in the environment works as a charm. I have personally used the feature selection whilst performing a principle component analysis for one of the research papers and OML4py was spot on.