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Using R in Data Mining Competitions

Although data mining competitions have been around for some time, the number of competitions, and also the number of competitors has grown very rapidly the past few years. Soon it may be possible for the very best to make a living competing in these contests. Cole Harris will give an overview of this 'sport', and also discuss why R is his tool of choice. Having competed in several, he'll also describe his experiences.

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