Discovering Knowledge in Data: An Introduction to Data by Daniel T. Larose, Chantel D. Larose

By Daniel T. Larose, Chantel D. Larose

The second one variation of a hugely praised, winning reference on information mining, with thorough insurance of massive info purposes, predictive analytics, and statistical analysis.

Includes new chapters on:
• Multivariate Statistics
• getting ready to version the knowledge, and
• Imputation of lacking facts, and
• an Appendix on information Summarization and Visualization

• deals large insurance of the R statistical programming language
• includes 280 end-of-chapter exercises
• contains a better half site with extra assets for all readers, and
• Powerpoint slides, a ideas guide, and prompt initiatives for teachers who undertake the booklet

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If a SOAP error occurs, env:Body may have any number of env:Fault elements. These are SOAP-level error messages that diagnose specifically SOAP-level problems, as distinct from problems reported by the underlying protocols. The env:Fault element has two mandatory children and two optional ones. The mandatory children are faultcode and faultstring, both in no namespace. The optional children are faultfactor and detail, also in no namespace. Their use is as follows: 40 *1313_Ch02_FINAL 10/27/03 11:55 AM Page 41 The Plumbing: DOM and SOAP • faultcode elements are used by software.

This function extracts the hit count from the response to a SOAP Google query. It is called from gsGetCount() as follows: var hitCount=getMessageData(msg,"estimatedTotalResultsCount"); The method takes two arguments: a DOM tree and an element’s name. The DOM tree can be any XML, not necessarily a SOAP message. The element is assumed to contain text rather than child elements. A slightly simplified version of getMessageData() is in Listing 2-2. Listing 2-2. getElementsByTagName(name)[0]; This line uses getElementsByTagName() to obtain an array of all nodes in the tree that have the given tag name.

GsGetCount() uses the doSearch() method of the Google API but ignores its results except for the hit count. The search is done by the doGoogleSearch() method that is invoked from gsGetCount() and itself invokes doGoogleSearchEnvelope() to construct the SOAP request message. Once the message is constructed, doGoogleSearch() invokes doGoogle() to do the actual SOAP exchange and process the result. The dependencies between functions, files, and technologies are summarized in Table 1-1, in the depth-first, top-down order of invocation: Table 1-1.

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