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data processing using sophisticated data search capabilities and statistical algorithms to discover patterns and correlations in large preexisting databases

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Data mining can help RIM managers model the likely impact of these changes and measure their impact after implementation.
One of the nice things about today's data mining tools is you don't need a computer science degree to use them effectively," says Pelletier.
Atique Shah, vice president of direct marketing and consumer insights at EarthLink, an Internet service provider and SPSS customer, said, "We are extremely impressed with the customer-centric response from SPSS in advancing their data mining product to help organizations, such as EarthLink, better meet their customer marketing needs.
In many ways, data mining represents the ultimate in advanced BI insight," said Richard Daley, CEO of Pentaho.
One of the true ironies of the whole story is now we have far less transparency and far less oversight of data mining than we had a year ago," Dempsey said.
Data mining techniques have considerable potential in a variety of areas.
Domain experts, or those with expertise in their respective fields, must determine if information obtained through data mining holds value.
The NAG Data Mining Components are geared to help developers select the most appropriate modeling methods quickly and easily.
Many companies have been very successful using data warehousing and data mining to do many different things, such as selling and pricing better, cross-selling, reducing expenditures and improving customer service," said Jack Gohsler, senior vice president at Conning, a research and asset-management firm focusing on the insurance industry.
A leader in data mining knowledge and research, Price Waterhouse has performed a comprehensive, hands-on evaluation of many of the leading data mining tools currently available on the market, and has spoken at a variety of conferences and trade shows on the subject.
When Berry and Linoff wrote the first edition of Data Mining Techniques in the late 1990s, data mining was just starting to move out of the lab and into the office and has since grown to become an indispensable tool of modern business.
The report states that data mining is "ubiquitous" in the U.
5, the latest version of the leading data mining software from SPSS Inc.
Nasdaq: REDB), The Data Warehouse Company(TM), today announced plans to fully integrate advanced data mining functionality into its data warehouse relational database (RDBMS) and to make this capability available in the next release of Red Brick Warehouse scheduled for the fourth quarter of 1996.
used data mining surveillance to identify a cluster of hospital-acquired E.