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Data Mining with MS SQL Server 2008 (book)


Data Mining with MS SQL Server 2008 (book)

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Has anyone read the book Data Mining with Microsoft SQL Server 2008?

If yes, it it worth the read? Or should I avoid it?



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Reading!!!

Worth a shot...

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I have that book, and it is interesting if you are into understand how it completes a mining query, and how to tweak it.

I would say that it's certainly aimed at a 'seasoned professional' audience, so be aware. Good book, though, and definately worth as a reference when struggling to understand mining processes.
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I have that book, and it is interesting if you are into understand how it completes a mining query, and how to tweak it.

I would say that it's certainly aimed at a 'seasoned professional' audience, so be aware. Good book, though, and definately worth as a reference when struggling to understand mining processes.


Allright, thanks for the feedback!



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