We are pleased to announce a preliminary program for upcoming Open
Source in Data Mining workshop (OSDM09), to be held at the
Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
(PAKDD’09) in Bangkok in April 2009.
OSDM’09 Web site: http://osdm09.togaware.com/
Early registration discount is available until the end of February
using the PAKDD online registration system at:
An invited keynote presentation by Dr Mark Hall, Pentaho, New
Zealand, one of the original core developers of the Weka open
source data mining tool.
Title: The WEKA open source data mining system
A session with peer-reviewed papers:
OpenSubspace: An Open Source Framework for Evaluation and
Exploration of Subspace Clustering Algorithms in WEKA
Emmanuel Mueller, Ira Assent, Stephan Guennemann, Timm Jansen,
The open source library iZi for pattern mining problems
Frederic Flouvat, Fabien De Marchi, Jean-Marc Petit.
The Konstanz Information Miner 2.0
Thorsten Meinl, Nicolas Cebron, Thomas Gabriel, Kilian Thiel,
Bernd Wiswedel, Michael Berthold, Fabian Dill, Peter Ohl, Tobias
Cougar2: An Open Source Machine Learning and Data Mining
Abraham Bagherjeiran, Oner Celepcikay, Rachsuda Jiamthapthaksin,
Chunsheng Chen, Vadeerat Rinsurongkawong, Seungchan Lee, Justin
Thomas, Christoph Eick.
A demonstration session of open source data mining tools
The following tools we be demonstrated (30 minutes each):
A panel discussion of open source developers.
Topic will be one (or both) of:
- Why open source for data mining research and education?
- Why publish your data mining tool as open source software?
Participants (to be confirmed and extended):
- Dr Mark Hall, Pentaho, New Zealand (Weka developer)
- Dr Graham Williams, Togaware, Australia (Rattle developer)
- Dr Nicolas Cebron, University of Konstanz, Germany (KNIME
Please advertise OSDM’09 widely in your area and
to relevant mailing lists.
We hope you are able to join us at OSDM/PAKDD.
Graham Williams and