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Database? Data mining? Software? Webware? I am not to sure.

by tarabianca / May 12, 2009 4:11 AM PDT

I would like to be able to:

Have a web based interface for clients to enter detailed typed information and to choose from a group of radial buttons in a questionnaire.

Then for that information to be stored in a database and for the data to be mined in a way that their answers and keywords they type categorizes their response. And that information generates a report.

For example:

I love to ride my motorcycle fast. I fight with my mother. I have a fear of spiders.


motorcycle + fast = freedom
fight + mother = power
fear + spiders = control

and also, when they click on the radial buttons, if they answer yes to 80% of questions in Group A and 30% in Group B, and 70% in Group C, then they are grouped into Group X.

Is there any such software or webware that does this and can be easily tailored to meet my needs?


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by netross / August 16, 2009 12:24 PM PDT


This is one professional question, I don't think there have many people use data mining software on cnet, you can try dbmyne, it can helps you analyze and present data stored in computer databases, seem easy to use.

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by bbells1 / October 19, 2009 2:39 AM PDT
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