The first San Diego KNIME Meetup

  • Feb 26, 2014 · 6:00 PM
  • DART Neuroscience

This is the inaugural San Diego KNIME Meetup - meet Michael, one of the founders. He will recap the highlights from the KNIME User Group Meeting in Zurich earlier that month and we will also have a couple of user presentations from the area. There will be plenty of time for questions, discussions and informal chats over small bites and drinks.

If you have an interesting KNIME use case (or challenge) you'd be interested in presenting during the show&tell session, please contact us!

Preliminary Agenda:

5:30pm: doors open
6:00pm: Opening Ceremony
6:01pm: Introduction, Who's Who.
6:15pm: KNIME UGM Highlights (Michael Berthold, KNIME)
6:30pm: User Spotlights
    - "Excel Dead, KNIME pleads guilty!" (Mark Donnelly, XIFIN, Inc.)
    - "Find My Compound's Target" (George Nicola, UCSD)
    - "What is this PMML anyway?" (Alex Guazzelli, Zementis)
7:15pm: Show&Tell
7:30pm: bites/drinks & networking

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  • Robert J.

    Hi Michael: I liked your message simply because my guess is the class would be a good one. It would be nice to know what would be covered in the class though.

    March 2, 2014

  • Michael B.

    To get a bit of feeling for the level of interest - please "like" this message if you are interested in a one day KNIME training in the SD region. Note that we would likely charge ~$200 to cover our expenses...

    4 · February 28, 2014

  • Jim L.

    The First meetup was a smashing success! Love the case studies and look forward to more...

    February 27, 2014

  • Sara S.

    Any advice on traffic for those of us coming from the UCSD area?

    February 26, 2014

    • Warren W.

      All roads E/W this time of day are miserable and hard to predict. I generally have best luck getting on 15 at Carroll Canyon. You will need to get to Black Mtn Rd from Miramar Rd. The other option is to take Black Mountain N to Mercy Rd and avoid 15 altogether.

      1 · February 26, 2014

  • Robert J.

    Would love to make the meet up. Love my first look at Knime. Unfortunately I teach classes on Wednesday night.

    January 31, 2014

  • Louis B.

    I'll do my best, appreciate the chance to see Knime in action.

    January 1, 2014

  • Louis B.

    In addition to analyzing the final results, I am anxious to see if Knime would be able to assist in building a rather involved index for a NoSQL database/program that would be subject to occasional updates/expansion/modification.

    The first level would tie up to a few hundred sections of state and federal codes to their related parts and hierarchy in addition to a list of pre-defined principles. This would tend to be in a JSON/BSON format containing each code's hierarchy, relevant section/sub-section numbers, names, and text in addition to the principles, so that the data could be searched by either principle or code, The second level would correlate the relevant code sections to each case that discusses that code/principle. Cases would ideally reflect the case name, citation, court, year, jurisdiction, codes/principles discussed, text of discussion, other codes/cases discussed, history of review of these cases.

    Any suggestions/insights?

    December 31, 2013

    • Michael B.

      That sounds like an excellent topic for the discussion round? Would you mind showing a bit more detail during the show&tell session?

      December 31, 2013

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