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  • Blog Post: More Data Mining in the Cloud?

    Since we released the Tech Preview of the Cloud Data Mining Addins last year, I've heard about and talked with Michael Zeller of Zementis. Zementis has been very active in shaping the PMML (Predictive Modeling Markup Language) standard for representing learned knowledge in XML format. They have a product...
  • Blog Post: Cool sampling trick with Integration Services

    One thing that has always been difficult with some of our advanced data mining features in SQL Server is handling nested tables. For example - how do you split or reduce data sets when you have multiple tables that have to stay in sync? How, you ask? Well we posted a neat tip at SQLServerDataMining.com...
  • Blog Post: Project REAL Mining Models now available!

    Len Wyatt at MS just sent out a mail indicating that all of the Project REAL work is now available here . This includes the data mining models to predict out-of-stock conditions that Paul Bradley presented at TechEd this year (Paul and his company, Apollo Data Technologies , implemented the data mining...
  • Blog Post: BI Training in LA towards the end of June

    MSEvents is hosting a hands-on lab in June where you can learn about BI for IT professionals. From this training (according to their site) you will learn how to create An Analysis Services cube A SQL Server 2005 Integration Services package SQL Server Reporting Services Report Decision Tree...
  • Blog Post: Extending Analytical Capabilities of SQL Server with SPSS

    For those of you who still want more from SQL BI, you can now download the SPSS Statistical Services for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Preview which adds statistical analyses to the BI Dev Studio and some custom transforms to SQL Server Integration Services. Pretty cool - check it out
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