Three Critical Junctures

March 17, 2009
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I don’t know that it’s possible to say that any single part of the data mining process is the “most important”, but there are three junctures which are absolutely critical to successful data mining: 1. problem definition, 2. data acquisition and 3. model validation. Failures at other points will more often lead to loss in the form of missed opportunities.Problem DefinitionProblem definition


I don’t know that it’s possible to say that any single part of the data mining process is the “most important”, but there are three junctures which are absolutely critical to successful data mining: 1. problem definition, 2. data acquisition and 3. model validation. Failures at other points will more often lead to loss in the form of missed opportunities.Problem DefinitionProblem definition

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