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Predixion Insight 1.2 shipped today, with quite a few new features: PMML support, data profiling, data normalization, Visual Macros for all the tools, VBA API integration  and many others. The web site has a new look, our Support forums are now up Read More...
Posted 8 decembrie 2010 10:54 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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The point: I am proud to invite you to enjoy our new product, Predixion Insight. It is a cloud-based predictive analytics service that can be accessed from Excel 2007 or 2010 (32 or 64 bit) and allows you to perform advanced analytics on your Excel or Read More...
Posted 18 august 2010 10:50 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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Predixion is getting ready for show time. Today is the first day of the Predixion Insight invitational Beta, the first product from our company. This Beta will become public shortly (mid August) so if you are a Data Miner, a PowerPivot pro or  Excel Read More...
Posted 2 august 2010 11:52 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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As of today I am working as a Principal Architect (tada!) for Predixion Software, a predictive analytics startup in Redmond, WA. So far, it’s pretty close to the Encarta definition of exhilarate!  The company aims to bring predictive analytics technology Read More...
Posted 16 martie 2010 09:24 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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Today has been my last day at Microsoft. I spent more than 10 years with the company and loved every bit of these 10 years.  If not for a very promising startup, I would probably be looking forward to spending the next 10 years with Microsoft, in Read More...
Posted 13 martie 2010 10:39 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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I will try to continue the series started by Jamie, presenting the other set of queries issued by the Microsoft Association Rules viewer. Recently, a question on these queries appeared on the MSDN Data Mining Forums and the poster raised a very good point: Read More...
Posted 6 ianuarie 2009 12:01 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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On Saturday, November 15th, the connection to the Table Analysis in the Cloud URL is broken. Until the problem is identified and fixed, here are some workarounds: - For the web interface, use the http://www.sqlserverdatamining.com/cloud URL - For the Read More...
Posted 16 noiembrie 2008 06:22 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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The "Data Mining with SQL Server 2008" book  now has a blog. You can check it out at http://www.SqlDataMiningBook.com Soon enough, there will be some content there: - various data mining related postings from Jamie and me — all the Read More...
Posted 11 noiembrie 2008 07:19 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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  The new version of the SQL Data Mining book is finally available, at least at Amazon. If you are currently SQL DM user, you have an opportunity to get a free autographed copy  by filling out a short survey about the way you use SQL Server Read More...
Posted 8 noiembrie 2008 08:12 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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Technorati Tags: Cloud A new SQL Server Data Mining tool is available now for you to use directly from the browser — the Prediction Calculator. The feature (already present in the 2008 version of the Data Mining Add-ins) is a scorecard generator. Read More...
Posted 16 septembrie 2008 09:56 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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This week, at the KDD (Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining) conference, we (as in Microsoft SQL Server Data Mining team) presented the Table Analysis Tools for the Cloud, a preview for a technology that enables anybody to play with some of the Microsoft’s Read More...
  Today I discovered a very nice Analysis Services client tool. Produced by SQLMinds, the tool seems a great addition to Analysis Services. It provides many components, among them a performance tuning service, an OLAP cube browser for the web and Read More...
Posted 25 iunie 2008 08:06 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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Some very interesting, although time-consuming project kept me away from posting in the last month. Mea maxima culpa, I will try to catch up and put some new and interesting content here more often. Recently, trying to make sense of some prediction results, Read More...
Posted 11 aprilie 2008 09:04 from DM(X) | (Comments Off)
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This an actual question I had to answer in one of the previous Tech Ready conferences: when does one know that feeding more data to the mining model will stop improving accuracy? Or: how much training data is enough? With the new accuracy procedures in Read More...
This second post on model filtering deals with nested table filters. The most common use of nested tables in SQL Server Data Mining is to model transaction tables. That is, model Customer entities together with the “bag” of products they purchased. Read More...
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