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Dominic Pouzin
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Data Applied
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Data Mining, Computer Science, SAS, Statistical Consulting, Artificial Intelligence
Data Mining
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Ex-Microsoft veteran. Founder of Data Applied. Linkedin profile:
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At 5:47am on June 9, 2009, Alexey Kalmykov said…
Hi Dominic,

I mostly share your vision on the target audience for your project. The only thing that I would have added to your product is a well-thought consultancy and support services. As for me this is crucial because OR/data mining projects are much more than tools (even a good one) applied to data. Your application may allow combining domain insight of business user, consultancy of data mining professional and ability to collaborate in a single workspace. In this case your end-user would benefit from on-demand access to professional consultancy & support services with flexible pricing options. And for you it will become additional source of revenue. I would recommend you to look at any generic description of data mining project workflow. This will help you to develop not just a set of tools but a platform for running efficient data mining projects. I hope I’ve explained my idea clearly. If you have any questions or want to discuss any details, feel free to contact me, I would be glad to help.

Good luck!
At 1:44am on May 31, 2009, Sukriti Pandey said…
Hi Dominic, how are you? I'm looking for a better job oppurtunity, do you have any thing to suggest me?
At 12:34pm on May 13, 2009, Bruno M said…
Hey Dominic!

You gotta love this internet thing! :) I had every intention of following up with you a few days after I wrote my post but I have been swamped at work and the blog has suffered a bit. Obviously when I wrote it I realized the possibility of it being discovered by you.

Thanks so much for answering my questions they were all very interesting! I can understand the temptation to keep adding more!

I was particularly interested in how you came up with visualizations and your answer tells it all ... "inspiration" (with a healthy dose of experience I'm sure).

I was just thinking about why I'm so into this visualization thing (other than the fact that it's extremely helpful) and I realized it has a lot to do with my experience with web analytics tools. The 2 I'm most familiar with have terrible visualizations (3d bar graphs for ex.) and piss-poor (excuse my vernacular) usability. I have little love for them, yet I understand that their 'beauty' lies underneath it all.

I apologize you were not able to log-in to the blog to leave your comment. I will have to look into that later. Would you mind if I re-posted your note (verbatim) on my blog?

Thanks again!
Best regards,
At 12:24pm on May 3, 2009, Sukriti Pandey said…
Hi Dominic,

Thanks for your reply, I will definately reach out to your website to know more about it and will get back to you. I'm always in search of different ways to make my job interesting.
At 3:15am on May 3, 2009, Sukriti Pandey said…
Hi Dominic, WOW!! I saw the pictures that you have shared, I liked them a lot, however I quite don't understand them. Can you share the understanding behind them?

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