Data Mining Tools

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  • 1. Data Mining Tools
    • DBminer Technology Inc.: DBMiner 2.0 ( http://www.dbminer.com/ )
    • Megaputer Intelligence: PolyAnalyst 4.6 ( http://www.megaputer.com/ )
    • Microsoft SQL Server 2000: Analysis Services ( http://www.microsoft.com/ sql / )
    • Microsoft Research: WinMine Toolkit ( http:// research.microsoft.com/~dmax/WinMine/tooldoc.htm )
  • 2. Data Mining Tools (cont’d)
    • University of Waikato: WEKA ( http:// www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~ml/weka / )
  • 3. DBminer Technology Inc.: DBMiner 2.0
    • Integrates with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services
    • Requires creation of OLAP cubes
    • Mining algorithms:
      • Association
      • Classification
      • Clustering
    • Companion software of textbook by Jiawei Han
  • 4. Megaputer Intelligence: PolyAnalyst 4.6
    • Import data from text files, ODBC data sources, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, etc.
    • Easy to use user interface
    • Lots of data mining algorithms
    • 30 days evaluation license (limited to 15,000 records)
  • 5. Microsoft SQL Server 2000: Analysis Services
    • Mining OLAP cubes or relational databases
    • Mining algorithms
      • Microsoft Decision Tree
      • Microsoft Clustering
    • API for adding new algorithms
    • 120 days evaluation license
  • 6. Microsoft Research: WinMine Toolkit
    • Imports data from SQL Server and text files
    • Outputs Dependency Network and Bayesian Network
    • Some command line typing is required
    • Free
  • 7. University of Waikato (NZ): WEKA
    • Waikato Environment for Knowledge Analysis (WEKA)
    • Developed in Java by the Department of Computer Science
    • Command line or GUI
    • Lots of algorithms or add your own
    • Free
  • 8. Demo