Statistica Workspace Toolbar

These toolbar options are available in the Statistica Workspace (if the Show fixed toolbar at the top of Workspace windows check box is selected on the Workspaces tab of the Options dialog box). These options are used to create, edit, update, and run Statistica projects.

See also, Data Mining Definition, Data Mining with Statistica Data Miner, Structure and User Interface of Statistica Data Miner, Statistica Data Miner Summary, and Getting Started with Statistica Data Miner.

 Click this button or press F5 on your keyboard to run or update the current project; this will update all nodes in the project. You can use the shortcut menu command Run to Node by right-clicking on a particular node inside a project to update only the requested paths (arrows) leading to the highlighted node.

 Click this button to run only modified nodes, instead of all nodes. For example, assume you run a Workspace, but then make edits to one node. The node turns yellow, and all downstream nodes turn yellow. Run Modified runs only the yellow nodes.

 Click this button to stop (interrupt) the current update of the project in progress.

 Click this button to specify a data source for the current project. After clicking this button, the Select Data Source dialog box will be displayed where you can select from among currently open data sources, or open new ones. Note that Statistica workspaces can handle standard data spreadsheets for input as well as data base connections via Streaming Database Connectors.

 Click this button or press Ctrl+B on your keyboard to display the Node Browser. The Node Browser is the main "hub" of the Statistica workspace environment. It provides access to all functionality (nodes), can be configured to specific projects and types (classes) of projects, and can be customized to include your own custom nodes.

 Click this button to deploy the workspace to Enterprise.

Node Browser Configuration. Click the Node Browser Configuration arrow to display a menu that contains all currently available Node Browser configurations. As described further in the Node Browser topic, each project is associated with a default Node Browser configuration (however, you can choose nodes from any of multiple Node Browsers currently open to insert nodes into the currently active workspace). From this menu, you can select the default Node Browser configuration that you want to use for the current project. The next time that you open this project and display the Node Browser, that configuration will automatically be displayed. Hence, you can organize the nodes that are most applicable to particular projects into the default Node Browser configuration for that project to make your work more efficient.