Guided Analytics for Clustering Automation of GSoC 2019


I am a 4th year undergraduate from UTC(Université de Technologie de Compiègne), a 5-year egineering institution in France. With a strong background coding in Java and a great motivation for Machine Learning, I am interested in the project Guided Analytics for Clustering Automation.

I have sent an email to the mentor Mr Dietz for some questions but have not yet received a response. I suppose that he is currently occupied by his work. :slight_smile: So I would like to know if someone in the cummunity can help me out. Thank you in advance!

While waiting the help, I have installed the KNIME platform and have been reading the Developer Guide. I hope that I am in the right path. :wink:

I am looking forward to hearing from all of you soon.

Zhiqi KANG

Can anyone help me please?
Thank you!

It’s unclear what you are asking. If you are asking if someone on this forum can select you for participation in the KNIME GSoC, then the answer is no - you’ll need wait for a response to your emails.

If you’re asking something else, though, please rephrase it.

Thank you for your response and your advice! I could have made my questions clear which are about the expected outcomes of this GSoC project.

In the list of ideas( ), there are 3 differents goals for this project. However,the explaination is mainly about the first one. As for the Interactive workflow for guided clustering and (Optional)implementation of additional clustering algorithms, there is little information about them.
I would like to have some details about this interactive workflow(what does the ‘guided’ mean? which kind of interation should I take into account?) and the algorithm(which one should I implement? Should I choose it by myself?) in order to prepare a complete propasal.

I know the mentor will have the best answers for these questions. But since I sent the email 2 weeks ago and haven’t received a response, I think I should try to do something rather than waiting. That’s why I come to the forum to ask for help.

I hope that my questions are more understandable now. :slight_smile:


Sorry for the delay. We’ll reply next week asap.