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Data Mining Study 2010: Field Test & Benchmarking - PDF

eBook (PDF), 93 Pages
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The mayato Data Mining Study 2010 uses a large number of test data records (1.8 million rows) to compare five data mining tools and suites: SAS Enterprise Miner 6.1, STATISTICA Data Miner 9.0 from StatSoft, KNIME 2.0.3, KXEN Analytic Framework 5.1.1, and SAP NetWeaver 7.0 Data Mining Workbench. This year’s study focuses on investigating cross-selling and up-selling potential. Using a case study, the entire data mining process is undergone in a comprehensive test procedure – from data preparation and data exploration to the (graphical) display and interpretation of the results. Factors that were assessed include ease of use, features, system response with large data quantities, and stability. Furthermore, the execution speed with many different parameter settings was measured and documented. More information can be found on our website (www.mayato.com). Students and Universities can purchase the Study for €99 by sending an email with a qualifying document to... More > sales@mayato.com< Less
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Published
May 10, 2010
Language
English
Pages
93
File Format
PDF
File Size
6.22 MB

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