For those who will be in Austin, TX next week for MWLUG, I'm looking forward to seeing you all. I also wanted to invite you to warm up (in Austin in August, who am I kidding?) for the closing session by hearing my talk in at 3pm Friday in Ballroom D.
Data Mining in the Mountains of Rich Text and Beyond
Whether your company is staying with Notes/Domino, moving to only Domino and a mobile/web/XPages strategy, or moving away from Notes/Domino entirely, chances are you have vast mountains of content in databases created over many years. Accessing the simple data can be done in a number of ways, but data mining in the rich text can be more of a challenge. In this session, I discuss the myriad types of rich text and show various ways they can be valuable. There will be brief demos of techniques for extracting rich text, but the focus will be on how to use the data that is there for both analytical and archival purposes.
While we talk about unstructured data in Notes databases, we all know that there is a lot of structure built in by custom, policies or process. I will talk about how to take advantage of this structure, as well as how to tackle the really unstructured parts built into rich text. Data visualization will happen. Free beer will not happen unless you bring it.
See you there.
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