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Phil replied to Jeff's discussion Forecasting with NN
"Chapter 3 of my thesis may be of interest. It is about using neural nets for the load forecasting problem. http://www.philbrierley.com/phil/thesis.zip Phil"
Mar 21, 2010
John Gins replied to Phil's discussion Market Basket Analysis in the group Data Mining
"I have done over 30+ Market Basket Analysis jobs in the last 15 years. There is usually somr form of register ID or transaction ID along with store ID and time stamp. Also if the store has a loyalty card program the the Idividual or household ID…"
Jan 31, 2010
Phil replied to Eric Lantz's discussion OMOP Cup: Competition for Predicting Adverse Drug Events
"This does look interesting, but when you read the rules it seems to imply that individuals that are not from the US are not allowed to enter. I'm just wondering if some of those (I know there are some) who are putting effort into this and are…"
Jan 27, 2010
Phil replied to Yi-Chun Tsai's discussion credit score model
"Hi Mian, For a start I would say use the data in the competition I mentioned and see if you can get the accuracy other achieved. There is no real 'book' I would recommend on how to do it well, it is more a matter of experience, which…"
Dec 17, 2009
Phil replied to jarvis's discussion Credit Score Models
"I guess this is a bit like credit scoring in real life. There are normally 2 application scorecards, one for 'new to bank' customers and one for 'existing customers'. The 'existing customers' have a lot more detailed…"
Dec 14, 2009
Phil replied to jarvis's discussion Credit Score Models
"If I understand correctly, you are saying you get a more accurate model using just a subset of variables than using all variables? If this is the case then I'd be questioning the algorithm I was using. Trees are not used in credit scoring (by…"
Dec 12, 2009
Phil replied to Phil's discussion AusDM09 Analytic Challenge - How Low Can Netflix Go?
"The theme of the first AusDM Analytic Challenge, sponsored by Tiberius Data Mining, was 'ensembling'. The winner was Andrzej Janusz from the University of Warsaw, who receives $1,000. The results and contestant writeups are…"
Dec 6, 2009
Phil replied to Yi-Chun Tsai's discussion credit score model
"Hi, You might want to check out the following, which was a credit risk scorecard building competiton. http://sede.neurotech.com.br:443/PAKDD2009/ There are reports you can download form the competitors. You will find my teams entry top of the…"
Nov 28, 2009

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Hi,
I'm Phil Brierley. I am currently linving in Melbourne, Australia and own Tiberius Data Mining, a predictive modelling software development company. If you are interested in finding out more about my background then look me up on LinkedIn or drop me a note. More than happy to chat with anyone.
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http://www.tiberius.biz

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