Data mining in MATLAB

December 21, 2006 by
Filed under: Matlab 

After reading some interesting posts on Will Dwinnell blog Data mining in MATLAB, I realized that I haven’t formally mentioned this blog on Data Mining Research (shame on me). However, I’m sure a lot of readers know him since he is very active here (I thank him by the way). The aim of this post is to remedy to that. Data mining in MATLAB is the only blog I know, that is exclusively dealing with Matlab for data mining. Example of post topics are Mahalanobis distance, Fuzzy logic, rand and randn, Matlab code resources, etc. Most of the posts deal with particular aspects of data mining and how they can be handled by Matlab. If, like me, you’re a Matlab enthusiast for data mining, then this blog is a gold mine!

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2 Comments on Data mining in MATLAB

  1. Will Dwinnell on Thu, 21st Dec 2006 7:37 pm
  2. Thanks for your praise. I do plan to move away from concept-only postings to some example projects soon. Today is my last day of work for the year, so I plan to get on this shortly!

  3. hamed.educ on Sat, 5th Nov 2011 11:43 am
  4. thank

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