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Text Mining: The process of analyzing existing data in order to find and extract implicit patterns and relationships is often called data mining (although a more accurate term might be “data refining”). Data mining is also part of a broader field called knowledge discovery (KD). Source:: Henderson, H. (2017). data mining. In H. Henderson, Facts on File science library: Encyclopedia of computer science and technology (3rd ed.). Facts On File. Credo Reference: https://search.credoreference.com/content/entry/fofcomputer/data_mining/0?institutionId=421
Data Mining: Text Mining is the extraction of knowledge from many texts. The extracted knowledge is new and created during the extraction process. It cannot be found in any of the single processed texts. Text mining combines several technologies and is applied in diverse application areas. Knowledge derived from text mining comes in the form of distribution patterns and the frequency of words in texts and their parts. Based on such knowledge, the user can explore and determine how topics are dealt with in many text documents, which attitudes on specific topics are expressed, and how these matters evolve with time. Text mining requires algorithms as well as information work of users: Text Mining can be broadly defined as a knowledge-intensive process in which a user interacts with a document collection over time by using a suite of analysis tools. Source: Mandl, T. (2014). Text mining. In M. Khosrow-Pour, Encyclopedia of information science and technology (3rd ed.). IGI Global. Credo Reference: https://search.credoreference.com/content/entry/igiisat/text_mining/0?institutionId=421.
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Commercial Use of data: Commercial Purposes. Other than as specifically permitted in this Agreement, Licensee may not use the Licensed Materials for commercial purposes. This restriction expressly prohibits the Licensee from selling Licensed Materials. For the avoidance of doubt, research conducted by Licensee and Authorized Users that is supported by a commercial entity shall not be considered use for commercial purposes.
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