I'm new here. I'm just getting started with RapidMiner.
I'm trying to import a csv file and clicking import csv doesn't do anything.
Am I missing something? I've followed tutorials and in them a wizard appears, which doesn't happen in my case.
The only three options that work are import access, database and binary.
I'm on Mountain Lion and using RM 5.3.013. I have Java 7.
I opened RM from inside the scripts folder by double clicking RapidMinerGUI.
When the tool started the first time, I was not prompted for creating a new repository. I started a New Process and then created a new repository. If I try to import a .csv, I get nothing and there's not error messages either.
so your Mac is not using Java 7 as the default JVM. Can you try the following:
Go to your Java Preferences in the utilities, and change the order (drag) so Java 7 is at the top.
Then run the terminal test again.
_________________________________________________________ Team Lead Software Engineering | RapidMiner GmbH
The funny thing is that in my java preferences under Java Runtime Environment Settings, I only see 1.7. The Java Control Panel is available in my System Preference and that means my system is using Java 7 (I think) but when I run the command Java -version in my terminal, it still returns:
java version "1.6.0_43"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_43-b01-447-11M4203)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.14-b01-447, mixed mode)
I am at a complete loss on forcing my system to use Java 7.