Data Mining


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Data Mining

The practice of looking for a pattern in a large amount of seemingly random data. Data mining is usually done with a computer program and helps in marketing. That is, a company can look at the (publicly available) purchase patterns of a person or group of persons and determine what products to direct at them.
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To best use data mining tools, Todaro says there are a number of steps.
Data mining integrates complex information systems with an understanding of underlying business processes.
Data mining also allows agencies to consider multiple variables at one time and to add more weight to those considered most important to the decision at hand.
NAG is a 30-year old company dedicated to making cross-platform mathematical, statistical, data mining components and tools for developers as well as 3D visualization application development environments.
They may be ahead of us now with some other things, but I think the insurance industry has caught up and a lot of companies are now implementing data warehousing and data mining and trying to embed it into their processes.
Provides best practices for performing data mining using simple tools such as Excel
s enterprise-strength data mining workbench, helps businesses improve the profitability of customer relationships through in-depth understanding of data.
When its next release begins customer shipment, Red Brick believes it will be the first and only vendor to provide data warehousing and data mining capabilities in a single, fully integrated RDBMS engine.
automated data mining surveillance revealed a significant increase in Coagulase negative staph infections in patients with central lines in the ICU.
today announced the introduction of an automated reporting feature as part of its innovative Data Mining Surveillance Service(R) for infection control.