Bandit has been certified in the following operating systems:
- Linux RedHat
- Windows 7 & 8
- Enabled banding of 'Long' files (-i R)
- Automatically detects numbers that should be categoral data (e.g. phone numbers, social security numbers
- The command (-g 2) will enable this feature
- The command (-g 1) will skip this logic, but will designate single integers as categoral
- Bandit can now prune categories that share little mutual information with the dependent category (-p 1)
- These categories will NOT appear in the banded file, but will appear in the breaks and mi files
- Bandit will now round breakpoints of bands to the nearest 2 decimal places
- Now sampling up to 10,000,000 lines when banding large files
- Improvements made with respect to file size and estimations of the number of rows in a data file
- Improved speed on Windows machines
- Better 'bad' data detection by the flaging of “silly” numbers as missing data
- Bandit for Red Hat and Windows will now place the correct bracket labels around bins
- Escaped quotes can now be handled, and the missing field issue has been resolved
- File headers will no longer cause errors due to skipping the line ending
- Corrected instances of auto bands being created with size of zero
- Columns containing percent sign are now banding correctly
- Fixed the twist to receipt command (-f R).
- Failed when trying to band a data set with a dependent variable (numeric or categorical).
- Z_get_token_real: (Zero) is not a number (row 7, col 0).