A Programmer's Guide to Data Mining: The Ancient Art of the Numerati (Ron Zacharski)

 
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A Programmer's Guide to Data Mining: The Ancient Art of the Numerati (Ron Zacharski)

A tool for studying the fundamentals of data mining is presented to you. A beginner's hands-on guide can be of interest to you as a first step if you are a programmer interested in learning a little bit about data mining. This book gives you that.

The purpose of this book is to be used in the Data Mining course. It is also appropriate for those looking for a data mining introduction. No prior knowledge of databases is required; only a little foundation in statistics or mathematics is assumed. For those learning data mining for the first time, Introduction to Data Mining presents basic principles and algorithms. Each idea is thoroughly explained, and various examples are used to support it.

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The Soto lineage of Soyu Matsuoka's Zen Buddhist order has ordained Ron Zacharski as a monk. In Las Cruces, New Mexico, and Fredericksburg, Virginia, he offers Zen instruction at Beginner's Mind Zen. He has worked in the field of software development for pay. He has been instructing for the past few years, primarily in the fields of databases and machine learning.
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