Data mining involves evaluating and sorting through large collections of generalised or specific data which may date back several years.
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Data mining is used to identify trends, repetitions and abnormalities within the data. These evaluations are later used to create informed business decisions and to forecast future occurrences, based on what has previously happened. Data mining requires the capability to discover concealed and unknown patterns which may benefit the business.
Jobs that utilise data mining include: