Data mining

October 2000
Nature Biotechnology;Oct2000 Supplement 1, Vol. 18, p35
Academic Journal
The article presents a reprint of the article "Data mining" which appeared in the 2000 issue, volume 18 of "Nature Biotechnology." It focuses on the contribution of data mining in the healthcare industry by providing companies a vast array of software products and services to clients that generate large quantity of data. A list of selected companies offering specific data-mining products and services targeted to the biopharmaceutical industry is offered.


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