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Tag Archives: algorithm
Sneak peak at the new user interface of SPMF (part 3)
Today, I would like to talk to you about another upcoming feature of the next version of SPMF (2.60), which will be released soon. It will be a Workflow Editor that will allow the user to select multiple algorithms from … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, opensource, spmf
Tagged algorithm, association rule, data, data mining, graph mining, gui, itemset, pattern, pattern mining, sequential pattern mining, spmf
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Sneak peak at the new user interface of SPMF (part 2)
Today, I will continue to show you some upcoming features of SPMF 2.60, on which some work is ongoing. This new version of SPMF should be released in the coming weeks. The new feature that I will talk about today … Continue reading
Posted in spmf
Tagged algorithm, data mining, episode, episode mining, event sequence, open source, pattern mining, patterns, spmf, time interval data, timeline, timeline viewer, tirp, visualization
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SPMF 2.60 is coming soon!
Today, I want to talk a little bit about the next version of SPMF that is coming very soon. Here is some highlights of the upcoming features: 1) A Memory Viewer to help monitor the performance of algorithms in realtime: … Continue reading
(video) The EFIM algorithm
Here is a new video that I have recorded to explain the EFIM algorithm for high utility itemset mining. You can watch the video here. Related to this, if you want to try the EFIM algorithm, the original source code … Continue reading
The PrefixSpan algorithm (video)
I have posted a new video about pattern mining, explaining the PrefixSpan algorithm. It assumes that you know already what is sequential pattern mining. If you are not familiar with sequential pattern mining, you can first watch my video Introduction … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Pattern Mining, Video
Tagged algorithm, data mining, pattern mining, prefixspan, sequential pattern mining, video
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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, spmf, Utility Mining
Tagged algorithm, data mining, data science, dataset, open source, opensource, pattern mining, spmf
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(video) Mining Frequent Itemsets with the Apriori algorithm
This is a video presentation of the Apriori algorithm for discovering frequent itemsets in data. Frequent itemset mining is one of the most popular data mining task. VIDEO LINK: https://www.philippefournierviger.com/spmf/videos/apriori.mp4 The Java source code of the Apriori algorithm and datasets for evaluating its performance are available in the SPMF software. If you want … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Data science, Pattern Mining, Video
Tagged algorithm, apriori, big data, data mining, data science, frequent pattern mining, frequent patterns, video
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On the correctness of the FSMS algorithm for frequent subgraph mining
In this blog post, I will explain why the FSMS algorithm for frequent subgraph mining is an incorrect algorithm. I will publish this blog post because I have found that the algorithm is incorrect after spending a few days to implement the algorithm in 2017 and wish to save time to other researchers … Continue reading
Posted in Big data, Data Mining, Pattern Mining
Tagged algorithm, correctness, data mining, pattern mining, subgraph mining
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How to test if a data mining mining algorithm implementation is correct?
In this blog post, I will discuss how to check if a data mining algorithm implementation is correct and complete. This is a very important topic for researchers who are implementing data mining algorithms since an incorrect implementation may generate unexpected results. … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Programming, Research, Uncategorized
Tagged algorithm, correctness, data mining, debugging
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What are the steps to implement a data mining algorithm?
In this post, I will discuss what are the steps that I follow to implement a data mining algorithm. The subject of this post comes from a question that I have received by email recently, and I think that it … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Programming
Tagged algorithm, data mining, design, implementation, programming
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