The official site of the LISp-Miner project
 

LISp-Miner is an academic project for support research and teaching of knowledge discovery in databases. It is suitable namely for students, pilot and mid-size KDD projects.

The core of the system are several KDD procedures capable to give answers to various both standard and non-standard analytical questions. There are also modules to solve some additional tasks.

The LISp-Miner system can be free downloaded, there is also a demonstration.

You can get detailed instructions about the work with the system in Tutorials (more complex tutorials available!) and various types of user support.

There are various research activities and applications both in data analysis and in teaching related to the LISp-Miner project.

LISp-Miner Control Language (LMCL) makes scripting available to automate part or the whole of the KDD process.

There is an open team of teachers and students that can use a detailed documentation for further development.

There is also a free glossary of terms related to the LISp-Miner system.

The LISp-Miner project is managed by teachers and students of University of Economics, Prague. Other researchers take part in the project realization too. For more information see people.

There are several tens of publications related to the LISp-Miner project.

The project is supported by several grants, see acknowledgement.

 

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