Create your own extension
Since RapidMiner 9.8 we encourage you to try out our new modern API for implementing operators, based on the Belt framework. The step by step guide on this page will take you there in no time. (Please note that the new API is still in beta mode.)
If you are already familiar with extension development for RapidMiner Studio and want to get started with the new API you can find all the necessary information and some helpful examples here.
If you want to work with the old API for now, please use to the legacy documentation.
You have probably already installed RapidMiner Studio and played around with the enormous set of operators.
And maybe in that learning, even with the huge number of functions provided by RapidMiner, you have stumbled on a problem that is unsolvable or only solvable with what seems to be a too-complex process. Don't despair! You can build your own extension to RapidMiner, providing new operators and new data objects and still have all the functionality of RapidMiner.
To create your own extension, it is best to go through the step-by-step guide:
- Set up your development environment
- Individualize the extension template
- Create your own operator
- Use input and output ports
- Use operator parameters
- Document the behavior of your operator
- Finally, publish your extension on the Marketplace
To create more advanced enhancements to RapidMiner, the Advanced Enhancements section describes how to:
- Build a super operator
- Create your own data objects
- Make custom configurators
- Create custom graphical elements and individualize the Preferences dialog
This guide ist outdated but it might be helpful regarding some advanced topics. When you are ready, try the tutorial for some hands-on practice.