Jamie's Junk

Whatever comes to mind "The official blog of the SQL Server Analysis Services Data Mining Architect" (tm)

April, 2005

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    Text Mining

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    Seth Grimes has written an interesting article - " The Developing Text Mining Market " in which he differentiates between text mining "technologies" and "solutions". SQL Server 2005 has the text mining technology built in for anyone motivated enough to...
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    Webcasts, Murphy's Law and our Newsletter

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    You know it always happens - you can run a demo everyday for two years and then when you're giving a webcast available to the world - something goes horribly wrong. OK, so it wasn't horribly wrong, but I did manage to flub it up - you can check out me...
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    Spam, Viewers, Programming and Press Releases

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    I just started a new subscription is Scientific American and my first issue caught me by surprise with this article about spam . David Heckerman, one of the authors, manages the group in Microsoft Research with which we collaborate on the algorithms in...
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    Cool Eweek article and a Webcast today!

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    There's a cool article on eWeek talking wbout Whidbey and Yukon that focuses on our BI stuff. Theres a quote that Data Mining has "matured so much that the SQL Server 2000 Data Mining engine looks like a simple prototype by comparison. " Today at 1...
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