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This site has been designed by the SQL Server Data Mining team to provide the SQL Server community with access to and information about our in-database data mining and analytics features.  SQL Server 2000 was the first major database release to put analytics at the database.  Catch up with the latest SQL Server Data Mining news in our newsletter.

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SQL Server 2012 SP1 Data Mining Add-ins for Office (with 32-bit or 64-bit Support)
The Data Mining Add-ins allow you to harness the power of SQL Server 2012 predictive analytics in Excel and Visio and they have been updated to include 32-bit or 64-bit support for Office 2010 or Office 2013. Use Table Analysis Tools to get insight with a couple of clicks. Use the Data Mining tab for full-lifecycle data mining, and build models which can be exported to a production server.  Visualize your models in Visio.
SQL Server 2012 Data Mining
Microsoft expert Rafal Lukawiecki provides free and paid videos on data mining for SQL Server 2012 at Project Botticelli. The website has other Microsoft BI topics too from leading Microsoft experts. [Check out these videos]
SQL Server DM with Excel 2010 and PowerPivot
Microsoft MVP Mark Tabladillo shows you how to unleash SQL Server 2008 Data Mining with Excel 2010 and SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel, Microsoft's new self-service BI offering. [Check out his videos]
Predixion Software Offers Third-Party Tools for SQL Server Data Mining 
Our friends at Predixion Software have released Predixion Insight, their predictive analytics offering that builds on the SQL Server Data Mining platform. They have added some cool visualization and collaboration features that are surfaced in Excel Services as well. [Watch their videos]
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Explore filtered models in SQL Server 2008
This articles explores how you can work with filtered models, a powerful new feature introduced in SQL Server 2008 that allows you build models on slices of a mining structure.
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