Jamie's Junk

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

May, 2005

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    Intro to Data Mining Webcast Tomorrow 5/25 9:30

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    If you've ever wanted to learn what Data Mining is all about - what it is and what you can do with it, be sure to catch my webcast tomorrow. You can register for it here . I'll be giving a complete introduction to the topic, so no previous knowledge is...
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    Bugs bugs bugs in beta beta beta Redux - or Maybe somebody's reading this after all

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    I recently posted a earnest plea for beta users to report and file bugs they found - well we got a good one. A customer reported that when they created a cluster model they got nice clusters and drillthrough returned about 150 cases in each. However when...
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    Fun with Nested Tables and Sampling

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    Last week Jason Carlson from Reporting Services asked me to help him build a model he was creating to analyze some survey results. He was trying to see how company related questions such as number of PC's etc relate to product related questions, such...
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    More Text Mining

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    After dropping the link to Apollo in my last post I found they have this cool webcast which describes the why, how, and root concepts of text mining presented by co-founders Jeff Kaplan and Paul Bradley
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    Text Mining and AMO in MSDN

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    The current issue of MSDN has two data mining articles The first Say What? Make Sense of Your Web Feedback using SQL Server 2005 by Peter Kim takes you through the steps of using SQL Server 2k5 Text Mining and Data Mining to extract information from...
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    Bugs bugs bugs in beta beta beta

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    You know, we have betas for a reason - to get your feedback and to help us find bugs we've missed that show up in production, or using customer's data, or using the product in ways we didn't envision here at Microsoft. Oft times, I've run into the situation...
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    Jim Gray's Call to Arms

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    Here's a nice article from Jim Gray that (intentionally or not) puts many of the features of SQL 2005 in a larger perspective and discusses general database trends going forward
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