|RCOMM, RapidMiner, Conference||6 Jul 2010|
|First RapidMiner Community Meeting and Conference (RCOMM 2010) by Ingo Mierswa||Comment (0)|
Today, we can make a great new announcement to our community members and all users of RapidMiner:
Rapid-I hosts the first RapidMiner Community Meeting and Conference (RCOMM 2010)!
As RapidMiner has once again proved to be the most-used open source data mining tool among the community of data analysts world-wide in a recent poll, it is now the time to give a face to that community. Therefore, Rapid-I hosts the first RapidMiner Community Meeting And Conference (RCOMM 2010) and invites users and developers of RapidMiner to take part and share their RapidMiner experiences with other members of the community. The RCOMM 2010 intends to intensify the community life and strengthen the RapidMiner network by bringing together users and developers of RapidMiner from all backgrounds, may they be scientific or commercial, from the whole variety of applications and from all grades of knowledge. A vital exchange of ideas, application reports, and scientific results will help beginners to advance and will inspire the already advanced leading them to professionalism. Users will profit from in-depth knowledge of developers, who in turn will gain from picking up requirements and ideas for further development.
The RCOMM 2010 encompasses conference talks, in which invited lecturers will discuss aspects of state-of-the-art data mining with RapidMiner. A Call-for-Papers will be issued for those who would like to present their work in that scope. Workshops will be held to give participants a hands-on experience concerning several topics regarding RapidMiner usage. Additionally, attendees of the RCOMM 2010 will also have the option to participate in several courses given by professional RapidMiner consultants in the surrounding of the user meeting.
Call for Papers
We ask all reasearchers and practitioners to submit a paper in PDF format up to six pages, for example about the design of data analysis processes with RapidMiner, text and web mining, sentiment analysis, data mining applications (production, finance...), novel algorithms, or new extensions. More information can be found on the RCOMM 2010 web site.
More Information and Registration
More information about the RCOMM 2010 as well as the possibility to register online can be found at
Hope to see you there! Cheers,