October 6, 2007

The Clarabridge approach to text mining

And for my sixth text mining post this weekend, here are some highlights of the Clarabridge technology story. (Sorry if it sounds clipped, but I’m a bit burned out …)

*I should note that Clarabridge understandably bristles a bit at my use of this Attensity-introduced term to describe what they do too. If Clarabridge wants to start talking about, say, “comprehensive extraction, I’ll consider adopting that term as well. But for now I’m going with what’s most widely used.

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2 Responses to “The Clarabridge approach to text mining”

  1. DBMS2 — DataBase Management System Services » Blog Archive » Vertica — just star and snowflake schemas? on April 25th, 2008 12:09 am

    […] on Teradata boxes.) Attensity (a good Teradata partner) is in the former camp; text mining rival Clarabridge (sort of a Microstrategy spinoff) is in the latter. And so […]

  2. Infology.Ru » Blog Archive » Vertica — только схемы «звезда» и «снежинка»? on November 2nd, 2008 12:10 pm

    […] к первому лагерю; соперник по text mining компания Clarabridge (вроде бы, отпочковавшийся от Microstrategy) относится к […]

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