Integral Solutions Inc, the UK data mining company based in Basingstoke, Hampshire, has a new release of its Clementine data mining toolkit. Clementine, recently chose by NCR Corp as the basis for its Knowledge Discovery Workbench, is now three years old, and Clementine is on its fourth major release. Version 4.0 adds new machine learning features, additional algorithms, and has improvements to the user interface. Search results can now be written back to ODBC-compliant databases, and visualisation graphs can now be saved independently. Colin Shearer, the man most associated with the development of Clementine, which began back in 1992, is still with the company. ISL was a management buyout from the artificial intelligence division of SD-SCICON, later to become EDS Corp. Shearer is now working on new, high performance versions of the software. The company has a US arm, Integral Decision Systems Inc, based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
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