IBM Watson Knowledge Studio Pricing

NamePriceFeatures
IBM Watson Knowledge Studio Free0.00USD
  • Try Watson Knowledge Studio for free. No credit card required.
IBM Watson Knowledge Studio Free0.00USD
  • Try Watson Knowledge Studio for free. No credit card required.
IBM Watson Knowledge Studio Standard150.00USD
Starting at 150.00 per user per month
  • Infuse knowledge into cognitive applications faster than ever before.
IBM Watson Knowledge Studio Standard150.00USD
Starting at 150.00 per user per month
  • Infuse knowledge into cognitive applications faster than ever before.
IBM Watson Knowledge Studio PremiumContact Us
  • Collaborate with more users and have access to isolated data storage with a premium offering designed for enterprises. Contact IBM sales for pricing information.
IBM Watson Knowledge Studio PremiumContact Us
  • Collaborate with more users and have access to isolated data storage with a premium offering designed for enterprises. Contact IBM sales for pricing information.

IBM Watson Knowledge Studio pricing & plans

Pricing information for IBM Watson Knowledge Studio is supplied by the software provider or retrieved from publicly accessible pricing materials. Final cost negotiations to purchase IBM Watson Knowledge Studio must be conducted with the seller.
Pricing information was last updated on May 03, 2017

IBM Watson Knowledge Studio Alternatives Pricing

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120 € 3 Projects | 1200 credits/month
Professional text analysis solution for businesses
  • Text credits never expire
  • Native support for 46 languages
  • Individual user account- Multiple managed user accounts
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  • Filters for multiple variables
Repustate
Standard Plan
$299
  • English language only
  • Document Sentiment only
  • Standard Document Volume
  • Basic Support - Email
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Various alternatives pricing & plans

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IBM Watson Knowledge Studio Pricing-Related Review

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Mid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
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Review source: Invitation from G2
What do you like best?

It is very easy to upload data. They offer a range of formats for uploading data, including Survey Monkey and IBM Cognos. You can even load from your local files, such as a csv file. The Discover section is really interesting. IBM Watson offers suggestions of areas of interest after it looks for patterns. If you do not like what you see, you can use natural language searching to create a Discovery, such as "predictive model for customer churn." Once in the Discovery, you can even turn on/off filters or overlay other variables to see the interaction. Visualizations are easy to create and look clean and professional. It offers a variety of formats such as a tree map, decision tree, bar chart, etc. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

Sometimes it is difficult to clearly determine the predictive behavior of variables. For example, the predictive strength number does not necessarily mean an r-squared value, so it is hard to translate this into statistical data. It is extremely difficult to do any data cleansing in the software, which would be a nice feature to have. I can clean it in Excel, but sometimes this can be tedious. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Take the free training. The software is relatively simple to use and is fairly intuitive, but the training will give you the best start and quickest learning curve. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The most useful feature has been to quickly identify any relationships or patterns that are difficult to see by looking at the raw data. Even if I cannot get a clear predictor in Watson, I can at least use other tools like R to get more sophisticated models. When predictors are easy to find in Watson, it is simple to create visualizations and a Storybook, and even share with other users. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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