Downloads for the Teradata Aster platform.


download icon  -  02 Oct 2018

Teradata R Package Product Overview
The Teradata® R Package product combines the benefits of open-source R language environment with the massive parallel processing capabilities of Teradata Vantage, which includes the Teradata Machine Learning Engine analytic functions and the Teradata SQL Engine in-database analytic functions. Teradata R Package allows users to develop and run R programs that take advantage of the Big Data and Machine Learning analytics capabilities of Teradata Vantage.

download icon  -  04 Jan 2018

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1  -  04 Jan 2018

A download location for 'R Repository'.

Download of this R software is only authorized for use with Teradata Aster software. For use with any other Teradata products, download the R software from

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6.10  -  20 Oct 2017

Aster Express is a fully functioning Aster Analytics environment. It will allow you to build tables, load data into those tables, and run over 100 prebuilt Aster Analytics functions. Aster Express can be used by developer, testers, and anyone who is interested in learning more about Aster Analytics functionality. Aster Express is not licensed for production use.


Aster Express VMware®: [Aster Express 6.10 for VMware]

download icon  -  20 Sep 2017

An alternate location to download Aster Analytics examples for version AA6.21 and above.

download icon  -  19 Sep 2017

This package contains the Aster Analytics POC Functions

download icon  -  19 Sep 2017

An alternate location to download Aster Analytics uninstall scripts for version AA6.0 and above.

download icon  -  19 Sep 2017

Create scripts to install Aster Analytics functions to a custom schema.

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download icon,  -  11 May 2017

This package contains the Aster client tools for MacOS.


Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:



  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology: