Introducing OmniFind Analytics Edition: Customizing Text Analytics
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 25 June 2008
IBM Form #: SG24-7568-00
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Authors: Wei-Dong Zhu, Srinivas Chitiveli, Kameron Cole, Scott Harms, Ratheesh Muraleedharan
IBM® OmniFind™ Analytics Edition uses information in unstructured and structured content to improve decision making. It provides unstructured information analysis, which can improve customer service levels, create cross-sell capabilities and provide early problem detection.
IBM® OmniFind™ Analytics gives business users the tools to gain valuable insights, facilitating better business decisions, by exploring and using key information assets in the enterprise. It also provides multiple ways to explore and analyze information; delivers sophisticated entity extraction capabilities when working with unstructured content. It is based on the open Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA) standard.
This IBM Redbooks publication will help you understand the power and capability of IBM OmniFind Analytics Edition Version 8.4. The book provides instructions on installing and configuring IBM OmniFind Analytics Edition. It explains how to use it for text mining, and how to work with Dictionary Editor and Rule Editor to customize the application for better analysis and discovery. The book also discusses how to setup the Alerting System for automatically watch for increased unusual activities. The integration with IBM OmniFind Enterprise Edition (OEE) is also covered.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introducing text mining and OmniFind Analytics Edition
Chapter 2. OmniFind Analytics Edition architecture
Chapter 3. Installation and configuration
Chapter 4. Data ingestion and indexing
Chapter 5. Text Miner mining basics
Chapter 6. Text Miner advanced
Chapter 7. Customizing the dictionary
Chapter 8. Customizing rules
Chapter 9. Alerting System
Chapter 10. Case studies
Chapter 11. Integrating OmniFind Analytics Edition with OmniFind Enterprise Edition
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