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A New Tool for Running Performance Comparison of Algorithms in SPMF 2.54
Today, I am happy to announce a cool new feature in SPMF 2.54, which is a tool to automatically run performance experiments to compare several algorithms when a parameter is varied. This is a useful feature to compare algorithms when … Continue reading
Posted in opensource, Pattern Mining
Tagged data mining, experiments, java, pattern mining, software, spmf
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Some upcoming features of SPMF 2.54
Today, I will reveal some upcoming features of SPMF, which I am currently testing and will be released in the next version (2.54), probably in about 1 week. 1) The first new feature is that it will be possible to … Continue reading
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Tagged open source, pattern mining, software, spmf
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How to call SPMF from another Java program as an external program?
This is a short blog post where I will explain how to call SPMF as an external program from another Java program to execute an algorithm. Before we start, it should be said that there are multiple ways to use … Continue reading
SPMF 2.52 is released
This is just a short blog post to let you know that a new version of the SPMF library has been released, called version 2.52. This new version contains two new algorithms for high utility itemset mining and one for … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, episode, itemset, opensource, pattern mining, release, software, spmf, utility
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Towards SPMF v3.0…
Today, I will talk a little bit about the recent improvements and future direction for the SPMF data mining library. How SPMF started? SPMF is a software project that I started around 2008 when I was a Ph.D student in … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, data science, library, open source, software, spmf
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New version of SPMF (2.44): 4 new algorithms, datasets and features
Today, I am happy to announce that a new version of the SPMF opensource data mining software is released (v. 2.44). This is the download page. This new version was made possible due to several contributors. What is new? New … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science, opensource, Pattern Mining, Utility Mining
Tagged algorithm, data mining, data science, dataset, open source, opensource, pattern mining, spmf
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The SPMF data mining library v.2.40 is released!
Hi all, I am please to announce that a new version of SPMF has just been published (v 2.40). It contains 9 novel algorithms: the HUIMABC algorithm for approximate high utility itemset mining using Artificial Bee Colony Optimization (thanks to Wei Song and Chaoming Huang for contributing … Continue reading
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Analyzing the source code of SPMF (5 years later)
Five years ago, I had analyzed the source code of the SPMF data mining software using an opensource tool called CodeAnalyzer ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/codeanalyzegpl/ ). This had provided some interesting insights about the structure of the project, especially in terms of lines of codes and code to … Continue reading
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Tagged data analysis, data mining, data science, open source, software, spmf
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How to run SPMF without installing Java?
The SPMF data mining software is a popular opensource software for discovering patterns in data and for performing other data mining tasks. Typically, to run SPMF, Java must have been installed on a computer. However, it is possible to run SPMF on a computer that does not have Java installed. For example, … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, pattern mining, software, spmf
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Introduction to clustering: the KMeans algorithm (with Java code)
In this blog post, I will introduce the popular data mining task of clustering (also called cluster analysis). I will explain what is the goal of clustering, and then introduce the popular KMeans algorithm with an example. Moreover, I will briefly explain how an opensource Java implementation of … Continue reading
Posted in Big data, Data Mining, Data science, opensource
Tagged clustering, data mining, data science, java, kmeans, opensource, spmf
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