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Smart Business Intelligence Solutions with Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 by Kevin S. Goff Lynn Langit Davide Mauri, Sahil Malik, and John C. Welch

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Working in the BIDS Data Mining Interface

We’ll use the AdventureWorks BI sample as a basis for understanding the BIDS interface for data mining. The sample includes five data mining structures. Each structure includes one or more data mining models. Each model is based on one of the included of data mining algorithms. As with the OLAP designer, you’ll right-click folders in the Solution Explorer window to open wizards to create new data mining objects. One difference between working with OLAP objects and data mining objects in BIDS is that for the latter you’ll use the Properties window more frequently to perform tuning after you’ve initially created data mining objects. Figure 12-2 shows the BIDS data mining structure design interface. Note ...

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