Jamie's Junk

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

February, 2007

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    Social Network Analysis with SQL Server 2005 Data Mining

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    A few years ago John Hancock spent some time with our team and did some interesting work around using the Association Rules algorithm and some custom Analysis Services stored procedures to implement link analysis (a.k.a. social network analysis). His...
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    Automatically Label Clusters using Analysis Services Stored Procedures

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    I just found this awesome posting on CodePlex by furmangg to automatically label the clusters generated by the clustering algorithm. It examines the cluster content to generate human-readable descriptions and then changes the labels appropriately. Check...
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    Data Mining Addins Released to Web!

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    The SQL Server 2005 Data Mining Add-ins for Office 2007 have finally released to web yesterday along with SP2 of SQL Server 2005. The DM team has done a great write-up on how to get the add-ins (and everything else necessary) and also a really nice whitepaper...
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    Predictive Traffic Analytics with SQL Server 2005

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    Inrix is a company that uses data mining is a very interesting way - they combine department of transportation information with info from other sources to build models that predict what the traffic will be like at any given point and time and can then...
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    Awesome job op on the Analysis Services team

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    Any readers out there that are awesome UI developers with strong ambition and experience shipping packaged software? It's been a few years since such an opportunity has come up - it fact, long before I became dev manager of the team, but now we are looking...
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    Previous post "censored"

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    I found out my last blog post never made it into the aggregator, which is probably why I only had 5% of the hits I normally get. Turns out the "B" in "WBCD Dataset" is a word that gets you kicked off the front page. Not that it's a big deal, but if you...
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    Wisconsin Breast Cancer Dataset available

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    Frequently I use the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Dataset for demonstrating the Data Mining Addins for Office - enough people asked, so I made it available as an Excel 2007 file (free login required). For purists, the original data is available at the Machine...
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