Leveraging open source tools for Web mining
|Leveraging open source tools for Web mining|
|Published in||Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering|
|Keyword(s)||Data mining, Open source, R, Rapid miner, Web mining, Wikipedia|
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Web mining is the most pursued research area and often the most challenging one. Using web mining, corporates and individuals alike are inquisitively pursuing to unravel the hidden knowledge underneath the diverse gargantuan volumes of web data. This paper tries to present how a researcher can leverage the colossal knowledge available in open access sites such as Wikipedia as a source of information rather than subscribing to closed networks of knowledge and use open source tools rather than prohibitively priced commercial mining tools to do web mining. The paper illustrates a step-by-step usage of R and RapidMiner in web mining to enable a novice to understand the concepts as well as apply it in real world.
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