Tag: data mining

Michele Reister 0
Game-changing Analytics

The M2010 Data Mining Conference team has arrived in Las Vegas and we’re getting ready to host the 750+ analysts, statisticians and database managers who will be ascending upon Sin City this weekend for our 13th annual conference.

Michele Reister 0
A letter to my data

Dear Data, You are immense. Too big for me to create summary reports that are useful, perform basic statistical analysis to draw meaningful conclusions and I can forget just looking at you directly. I am going for help - to Las Vegas, in October. Yep, and when I return you

Michele Reister 0
The Culture of the M2010 Data Mining Conference

Dr. Goutam Chakraborty is a professor of marketing and founder of the SAS and OSU Data Mining Certificate Program at Oklahoma State University. He has been involved with the annual data mining conference for five years and also teaches a Business Knowledge Series course, "Getting the Most Out of Testing

Michele Reister 1
Text Mining - What You're Really Interested In

Terry Woodfield is teaching his new course, "Text Analytics with SAS Text Miner", at the upcoming M2010 Data Mining Conference. Terry has been a SAS instructor for more than 10 years and has attended several Data Mining Conferences. He took some time out of his busy schedule to answer a

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Stacey Hamilton 0
Live from M2009 - Day 3

Tuesday was a great day at M2009. I was able to talk to SAS Press author Randy Collica, who is working on a new edition of CRM Segmentation and Clustering Using SAS Enterprise Miner. I interviewed him and Curt Hinrichs, another SAS Press author, who is a coauthor of the

Stacey Hamilton 0
Live from M2009 - Day 2

I’m tired. But in a good way. We had a great day in the SAS Publishing booth. We had a lot—and I do mean a lot—of traffic in the booth, much of it thanks to the early-bird book giveaway special. And I got to talk to a lot of cool

Stacey Hamilton 3
Live from M2009 - Day 1

I had every intention of blogging daily from M2009 and PBLS, but I never found a free moment yesterday to write down anything. I don’t like to think about it because it makes me exhausted, but I think I stayed awake for 24 hours yesterday. After a delay in Dallas,