New Data Mining Blogs

December 8, 2012 by Sandro Saitta
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Here are three new data mining blogs I added to the List of Data Mining Blogs:

  • Data Mining and Reporting (Rosaria Silipo): A focus on customer intelligence and KNIME tool. Contains a lot of examples and screenshots for KNIME users.
  • Deep Data Mining (Jiang Zhou): Technical blog with a focus on Oracle. Several pieces of codes are provided for quick implementation.
  • Flux Capacitor (Fluxicon): Specialized in process mining. Several case studies are proposed to explain this field.

I wish you a nice reading and success to these data mining blogs!

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2 Comments on New Data Mining Blogs

  1. Anne Rozinat on Sat, 8th Dec 2012 8:11 pm
  2. Hi Sandro,

    Thanks for adding us! We appreciate it.

    For those who are new to process mining, we have two introductory blog posts that discuss process mining in the context of data mining (http://fluxicon.com/blog/2011/02/how-process-mining-compares-to-data-mining/) and Big data (http://fluxicon.com/blog/2011/12/how-big-data-relates-to-process-mining-and-how-it-doesnt/).

    Best,
    Anne

  3. HT on Tue, 9th Apr 2013 3:52 pm
  4. Thanks for a very nice selection of blogs.

    …many people dislike statistics. Long time ago we started asking ourselves why? Bulk of our practice is around statistics. Data mining, forecasting, scorecards, fraud detection and risk management. All those areas are somehow connected to statistics. It is so relevant to what we do. That is why we asked a question!

    I occasionally write about data mining, statistics and general predictive analytics area here and here

    feel free to comment and thanks for those useful blogs…

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