Becoming a data mining professional with the RCOMM 2012
Decision-makers are meeting for the third edition of the Rapid-I user conference to exchange knowledge in Budapest
Dortmund, 27 August 2012 - For the third time, Rapid-I, a leading provider of open source solutions for predictive analytics, data mining and text mining, is holding the user and developer conference RCOMM in Budapest from 28th to 31st August 2012.* Radoop, United Consult and the media informatics and telecommunications department of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics are sponsoring the event. Users and developers of RapidMiner and RapidAnalytics wishing to exchange their experiences with other members of the Community are the main parties addressed.
Over two conference days, subject specialists will be giving insights into the practical use of RapidMiner in the area of data analysis, applications, extensions and unstructured data. LifeStyle Marketing, a Russian enterprise for the consultation and execution of programs for client acquisition, retention and development, which was recently won over as a Rapid-I partner, is presenting itself at the conference for the first time. Maksim Drobyshev will hold a talk on the topic “Customers' LifeStyle Targeting on Big Data using RapidMiner “. Rapid-I is also offering training courses and workshops for inexperienced users and interested developers. At the end there will again be the possibility of taking an examination to become a certified analyst or expert for RapidMiner and RapidAnalytics. Invited talks will be held this year by Katharina Morik, professor at the department of computer science of the TU Dortmund University, about the resource-conscious use of data mining or machine-to-machine (M2M) mining as well as by Andras Benczur, managing director of the informatics laboratory at MTA SZTAKI, about big data and data mining.
As well as the legendary game show “Who wants to be a data miner?”, Matthew North will be presenting his new book “Data Mining for the Masses” as a further highlight. The book, which presents the practical use of RapidMiner for solving data mining problems, is intended to make the topic of data mining accessible to a larger target group.
"The RCOMM 2012 will breathe life into our Community and the focus will be on exchanging practical experiences and know-how in this third year too", explains Dr. Ingo Mierswa, keynote speaker and managing director of Rapid-I. "Users, developers, interested persons and real data mining experts from the most varied areas come together here."
*The entire event will be held in English.
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Rapid-I is a provider of software, solutions and services in the area of predictive analytics, data mining and text mining and offers its customers automatable intelligent analyses, even of large text and data volumes, and automatically derived classification and prediction systems. The open source data mining specialist Rapid-I thus makes it possible for other companies to use state-of-the-art technologies for intelligent data analysis and for discovering thus far unutilised company knowledge from existing stocks of data. Rapid-I has more than 300 customers in over 40 countries worldwide, including large renowned enterprises as well as many medium-sized enterprises, for example Allianz, comdirekt, EADS, E.ON Ruhrgas, GfK, Libri, mobilkom austria, Pervasive, Salzgitter Mannesmann, Sanofi-Aventis, Schober, Schott, Siemens or ThyssenKrupp.
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