JIM Yang

JIM
Yang

Jim Yang is a program manager at MSN who works on data mining and data analysis. He has a PhD in statistics from the University of Texas at Dallas. He has written several articles for statistical journals.

Articles
Cluster Analysis Experiment
Learn where to find more information about the model-training performance of the clustering algorithm.
Model Performance
Find out how the Microsoft data-mining algorithms stack up against some tough training test conditions.
Put Data Mining to Work
The data-mining features in SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services can help your organization find the patterns and rules to improve its marketing, sales, and customer-support operations and gain a better understanding of its customers.
Data-Mining Terminology
Learn some common data-mining terminology.

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Jul 6, 2016
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Jul 6, 2016
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May 12, 2016
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The 7 C's of Data Quality

Data quality is really important. Why? Because it helps you save money while increasing profits because of accurate contact data. It’s important to understand what data quality is and why it is important....More
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