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Where can I find good DATA MINING BOOKS?
Posted by: Pickett
Date: July 01, 2012 07:49PM

I want to learn data mining for my new job.

We have a lot of data that we want to analyse.

The data is provided by a customer.

I want good data mining books to learn how to choose data mining algorithms and design algorithms.

Thanks

Said

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Re: Where can I find good DATA MINING BOOKS?
Date: July 02, 2012 07:02PM

Hi,

A few good books:

Introduction to data mining by Kumar et al. (easy to understand, good introduction)

Data Mining Concept and techniques (covers many topics, but does not go in details).

There are also many books on specialized topics like social network mining, recommender systems, etc. etc.

Philippe

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Re: Where can I find good DATA MINING BOOKS?
Posted by: Sam
Date: July 06, 2012 06:58PM

Hey guys,

Some good book for cloud computing data mining:

- Hadoop: The Definitive Guide by Tom White (2012)

For data miners that use the R language:

- Data Mining with R: Learning with Case Studies : This books has a lot of examples.

A good introduction to social data mining from a programming perspective:

- Mining the Social Web: Analyzing Data from Facebook

Check this out!

Sam

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