The LJMiner Project Page
22 JAN 2007
The CIS Systems Support page (http://support.cis.ksu.edu) contains a general guide and a "recent events" section. Please check this page regularly for updates and look for documentations in the Guide to CIS Systems and New Guide to the CIS Department.
Before emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for help, check this page. Before emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for help, check the Beocat documentation subpage (http://support.cis.ksu.edu/BeocatDocs).
For a list of systems maintained by the CIS sysadmins, see: http://support.cis.ksu.edu/UserGuide/Facilities/ComputingLabs.
16 Jan 2007
Welcome to our central repository for collective KDD Wisdom, KDD members. It is intended that this site serve as a permanent place for KDD knowledge, news, and information. You are all encouraged contribute your experience to the site and you can edit, add, improve, or even clean up obsolete entries wherever you like. Others, like myself, are eager to learn from your contributions!
This site is further intended to complement the KDD listserv. Whereas the listserv is perfect for ephemeral or temporally significant information, this Tiki is better suited for more permanent information. And remember, you'll only get out of it what you put into it. Literally! It's the product of volunteered contribution, so without volunteers...
- Contributing to the Tiki! - How to contribute to the TikiWiki: Conventions, syntax, etc.
- Important Information on Nested Projects such as Software Development within LJMiner Research - Look here for the GP related stuff.
- Glossary of Common, LJMining Related, Data Mining and Machine Learning Terminology - A glossary for those who want to brush up on their KDD speak.
- The LJMiner Team Members - Contact Information and Specialization Information
- Conferencing Tools - Learn what conferencing tools are recommended for project participants, where to find them, how to install and configure them, and how we use them.
- Using *nix Systems - Information on Linux, Unix, or similar systems.