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KDnuggetsTM News 05:08, Apr 19, 2005

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  1. Poll results: Num. Data Mining projects in the past 12 months
  2. New Poll: What Is Your Internet Connection Speed?
  3. Yahoo! Appoints Data Mining Expert Usama Fayyad to head Research Labs
  1. Apr 26, Free Event: S-PLUS Analysis of Clinical Data, King of Prussia, PA
  2. Apr 27, Free Event: S-PLUS Risk Management & Econometrics Modeling Event, New York
  3. May 3, Jun 14, Free Webinar: Shaping the Future - Leveraging the Power of Predictive Analytics
  4. Data Mining: Levels I, II & III [ Wash DC: June | San Diego: Sept]
  5. S-PLUS 7 World Tour: Delivering the Power of Predictive Analytics Across the Enterprise - Free Events
  1. San Francisco, CA: Credit Manager at Providian
  2. Central NJ: Internet Search/Relevancy Manager at search technology company
  3. Austin, TX: Senior Analyst / Program Manager at National Instruments
  1. Oracle Database 10g with Oracle Data Mining
  2. Xcelsius: award-winning data visualization tool
  3. Equbits Foresight 2.1: fully automated SVM predictive modeling
  4. Insightful releases S-PLUS 7
  5. GATRee update
  6. Software: PermutMatrix a graphical environment for seriation and clustering
  1. PhD Scholarship, data mining chronic disease data set at U. East Anglia
  2. PhD Studentship, Biological Grammar Acquisition at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.
  1. Givealink.org - anonymously donate your web bookmarks for science
  1. Software agents give out PR advice
  2. Apollo Data Unveils Predictive Analytics Solution
  3. Novel Data-Mining Approach Systematically Links Genes to Traits
  4. Using Java Data Mining to Develop Advanced Analytics Applications
  5. TEMIS and Mondeca announce a new generation of Semantic Web based solutions for the organization of corporate knowledge
  6. IBM Rolls Out System For Basel II Compliance
  7. Traffic software from startup Inrix predicts where road bottlenecks will be
  8. Visual Data Mining with MineSet v3.2 - get started with a free tutorial
  9. Senators push for regulation of data brokers
  10. Amazon's Former Chief Scientist Joins MusicStrands as Chief Strategist
  11. Titan Acquires Intelligence Data Systems
  13. MedMined Introduces Nosocomial Infection Marker - NIM - for Its Innovative Infection-Tracking Technology
  1. Intelligence and Security Informatics (IEEE ISI-2005), Atlanta, GA, 19-20 May
    SIGMOD-2005, 13-16 Jun, Baltimore, MD (Early Reg May 12)
  1. Call for Papers - Data Mining Case Studies
  2. CBR in the Health Sciences, due 11 May
    DS 2005 (Discovery Science), due 20 May
    ALT 2005 (Algorithmic Learning Theory), due 20 May
    KDD Success Stories and Practice Prize, due 1 Jun
    Quality Measures in Data Mining, due 1 Jun
    Utility-Based Data Mining, due 13 Jun
    ICDM '05: IEEE Int. Conf. on Data Mining, due 15 Jun
    ECML/PKDD Discovery Challenge, due 25 Jul
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