Statistical Data Mining

A text for a short course in statistical data mining.

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**Publication date**: 01 May 2002

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Statistical Data Mining

A text for a short course in statistical data mining.

From the Preface:

More course files are available here.

Brian D. Ripley wrote:This is a short course in statistical data mining. As such we will not cover the aspects of data mining that are concerned with querying very large databases, although building efficient database interfaces to statistical software is becoming a very important area in statistical computing. Indeed, many of the problems arise with quite modest datasets with a thousand or so examples, but even those were not common a decade or two ago.

More course files are available here.

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About The Author(s)

Brian Ripley was the Professor of Applied Statistics at the University of Oxford and a member of the Department of Statistics as well as a Professorial Fellow of St. Peter's College. He retired in August 2014 on grounds of ill health. Professor Ripley has made contributions to the fields of spatial statistics and pattern recognition. His work on artificial neural networks in the 1990s helped to bring aspects of machine learning and data mining to the attention of statistical audiences.

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