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    susabi

    I am always looking for the largest data set I can find. Can I filter or sort by file size?

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    Hoot O'Connor

    I don't know if this helps...Why don't you start with Prime Numbers..then narrow it down to Twin Primes...Then add the Recipricals of those primes..etc.etc...Thats what I am doing. .

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    susabi

    yeah i did that as there was only a finite number of twin primes. but then i realise that didnt help me at all.

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    Hoot O'Connor

    Analytics and Mathematics are two different Planets.. Mathematians create the data for the analyst to interpret.. An analyst isn't rigorously required to prove..just like no one has proven that there are a limited number of primes..Yet..So first filter for your data set is your premise then go Bayes..machine learning...Stay Beautiful..

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    karunendra verma

    Dear All,
         
                                            I am a Research Scholar.i read  paper titled "Unsupervised Learning from URL Corpora" where  they were using Banksearch Database for finding  results.  I am also  working on same paper but for finding results I want mentioned database i.e. Banksearch Database and the mentioned link i.e.     http://www.pedal.reading.ac.uk/banksearchdataset/    is redirecting  some where else that's  why  I am not able to download the database.
    Kindly provide the database  or valid link, if you can arrange from somewhere. so I can further process my research work.
    I will highly obliged and thankful to you for your kind support.

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