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Mining Earthquake Data

May 23, 2002 12:45 PM

Researchers at the University of Colorado have predicted the last two magnitude 5+ earthquakes in southern California.

They did this all by slicing and dicing information. Data mining, if you will.

I'm always intrigued by the idea that someone can take the same information that everyone else has, look at it or process it in a new way, and solve some major problem.

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