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    Default statistical software as server

    I'm looking for statistical software as server (not desktop).
    being used with opensuse, I checked several packages, but only few are available for opensuse or tested/used with it.

    RCloud
    Apache Zeppelin
    Beaker
    Jupyter => through Anaconda: ok
    SageMath
    Rserve; ok
    Anaconda: should be working

    I was especially looking into:
    openCPU (no binary, rpm script based on fedora found but not all equivalent opensuse software used by the script)

    Linked to this, I didn't see any success on installing spark on opensuse

    Are there also pointers to statical/science opensuse users & software?

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    I regularly install Elastic on openSUSE (all versions, but I stay away from TW to maximize reliability), if you're talking about apache spark which would be an option deploying hadoop/hive/pig.

    "Statistical software" is pretty broad.
    You'll have to define what you're looking for... You'll find posts in these forums about installing Anaconda and Matlab, there is a Science repository
    https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Science_Repositories

    In general,
    Sometimes with some required tinkering I've been able to install most RPM or source-based mathematical, plotting and analytical apps on openSUSE, and there are a great many out there besides what is in the OSS.

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