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November 02, 2009

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Neat, makes me wish I lived on the West Coast!

Knime is a nice environment and can help with larger datasets. I think there was a paper at UseR which used Knime to orchestrate R work as well.

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This is a really good post and its very informative.Thank you very much for giving such a good information about Data mining camp.You have done a good job.

thanks for the helpful lessons on R Dave. You're a great evangelist it. So cool that we can have camps like this to help spread the word.
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About the Robotics entrepreneur did you mean Paul Deuchar? He's very famous over here and especially in the industrial sector, if you plan business with him don't hesitate you found the right man

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