2009/Clustering Data -- How to Have Fun in n-Dimensions

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The amount of information freely available on the internet from sources like
Twitter and Github grows every day. This gives us new opportunities to leverage
the collective consciousness.

Clustering is a wonderful method for finding useful information in large
amounts of data. But it can be an intimidating topic for programmers without a
lot of academic background. In this talk I will introduce and explain some
practical techniques for clustering real-world data.

Speaker: Jesse Hallett

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The slides for this talk are available on Google Docs.