The Data Mining Institute (DMI) was started on June 1, 1999 at the Computer Sciences Department by a grant from the Microsoft Corporation with the support of the Data Mining Group of Microsoft Research. The mission of the DMI is to combine the expertise and experience of the Wisconsin Database and Mathematical Programming groups to come up with novel and powerful tools for extracting knowledge from the vast amount of scientific, business and economic data that is being accumulated in the public and private domains.

People at the DMI

The co-directors of the DMI are Olvi L. Mangasarian and Raghu Ramakrishnan.
Co-principal investigators are Michael C. Ferris and Jeffrey F. Naughton.

Former Students in the Data Mining area include:

DMI Reports

DMI Classification Software

Datasets in MATLAB Format

Data Mining Researchers

Data Mining Sites