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View Resource KDnuggets News: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Newsletter

KD Nuggets posts articles on Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery, Genomic Mining, Web Mining that range from the serious to the silly, along with other resources. Current and past issues are available to 1993, and the site provides a simple search engine for those looking for specific information as well as the ability to browse the news database by year.

View Resource The Data Mine

The Data Mine website is an excellent place to venture into detailed and complex explorations on data mining. The site is divided up in to five topic areas, or "webs," which include: "Data Mining Software," "Data Mining Events," "Data Mining General/Misc," "People Working in Data Mining," and "Data Mining Companies and Organizations." Visitors are encouraged to add information from their data...

View Resource SuperQuery: Data Mining for Everyone

This white paper provides a nice educational resource for data mining. It includes a basic overview of data mining, descriptions of what a pattern is (including what an interesting pattern is), the fact discovery engine of SuperQuery (how it avoids uninteresting facts, how it presents found facts), and conclusions.

View Resource Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval

This website from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst describes a project involving the development of new algorithms that will be applied to the creation of two large-scale databases to be used to "enable insight into government efficiency and the flow of scientific ideas."

View Resource Data Mining Technology

This website provides a basic overview of Data Mining and some applications for the process. The site lists some typical tasks addressed by data mining, such as identifying cross-sell opportunities and predicting a peak load of a network. There are also some academic resources on such topics as "Anomaly Localization," "Generating Non-Linear Functions," and "Symbolic Knowledge Discovery."

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