XLMiner comes in 4 editions. All require Windows (XP, Vista, or Windows 7) and Excel 2000, 2003, 2007 and 2010.
• Demo edition (functional 30-day web download)
• Education edition
• Professional edition
• Academic Research edition
The Academic Research edition is virtually the same as the Professional edition, except that purchasers must be on the faculty of a college or university. To learn about the capabilities of the different versions, click here.
Online course in data mining: Statistics.com offers online courses in data mining featuring, some of which illustrate the use of XLMiner. Click here for more information
Suggested text: From Wiley Books, Data Mining for Business Intelligence: Concepts, Techniques, and Applications in Microsoft Office Excel with XLMiner, features XLMiner and provides both a theoretical and practical understanding of the key methods of classification, prediction, reduction and exploration that are at the heart of data mining. In addition, it presents a business decision-making context for these methods and uses real business cases and data to illustrate the application and interpretation of these methods.
Data Pre-processing with Talend Open
Studio: An important, and time consuming part of data mining is the work required to get data into proper shape to permit data mining algorithms to work. Talend Open Sutdio is an open source program that helps with this-click here to read more and here to download.
Looking for a package that's comprehensive yet affordable?
XLMiner offers a full repertoire of techniques for classification, prediction, affinity analysis, data exploration, and data reduction. It is in use at
• Northrup Grumman • Monsanto
• National Institutes of Health • ExxonMobil
• Westing house (Savannah River) • US Army
• JD Powers • FDA
• NASA • Experion
• Bell Atlantic • National Inst. of Standards & Technology
• Pitney Bowes • Fidelity Investments
• Centers for Disease Control • Blackstone Group
The educational version (used at at MIT's Sloan School, Bowling Green State Univ., Duke's Fuqua School, Georgetown's McDonough School, Indiana Univ., UCLA's Anderson School and elsewhere), is highly affordable - as little as $49 per student. XLMiner combines Cytel's accurate and reliable algorithms (implemented as DLL's) with Excel's familiar interface and workspace, and includes facilities for sampling from and scoring to large databases. Works with Excel 2000 and later.
Read a comparative review of XLMiner (along with SAS Enterprise Miner, SPSS Clementine, GhostMiner and Quadstone) in The American Statistician, November 2003. "...easy-to-use...an excellent, inexpensive add-on that greatly expands the capabilities of Excel."
• Partitioning into training, validation, and test datasets
• Multiple linear regression with subset selection
• Logistic regression with subset selection
• Discriminant analysis
• Naive Bayes classification
• Classification and regression trees
• k-Nearest neighbors
• Neural networks
• Association rules
• Principal components
• k-Means clustering
• Hierarchical clustering
• Time series
• Save models for later review
• Score saved models (separate XLMcalc module)