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KNIME: the Konstanz Information Miner

Berthold, M. R., Cebron, N., Dill, F., Di Fatta, G., Gabriel, T. R., Georg, F., Meinl, T., Ohl, P., Sieb, C. and Wiswedel, B. (2006) KNIME: the Konstanz Information Miner. In: Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems and Simulation (MAS&S), 4th Annual Industrial Simulation Conference (ISC), 05-07 June 2006, Palermo, Italy, pp. 58-61.

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The Konstanz Information Miner is a modular environment which enables easy visual assembly and interactive execution of a data pipeline. It is designed as a teaching, research and collaboration platform, which enables easy integration of new algorithms, data manipulation or visualization methods as new modules or nodes. In this paper we describe some of the design aspects of the underlying architecture and briefly sketch how new nodes can be incorporated.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
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Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:6139
Uncontrolled Keywords:data mining, KNIME


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