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Google Predictor API – release 1.2

The Google Predictor API V1.2 is out!

“The Prediction API provides pattern-matching and machine learning capabilities. Given a set of data examples to train against, you can create applications that can perform the following tasks:

  • Given a user’s past viewing habits, predict what other movies or products a user might like.
  • Categorize emails as spam or non-spam.
  • Analyze posted comments about your product to determine whether they have a positive or negative tone.
  • Guess how much a user might spend on a given day, given his spending history.

” [see more]

There are libraries and sample code for Bash, Java, .Net, Python, Ruby, …

For details of samples look at guide


As alternative, for Long Term Prediction over Time Series, you can have a look at Strategico.

Connecting to a database with a webService (cxf) deployed (jbi) in Servicemix


Apache ServiceMix at the moment doesn’t have a JBI component for connecting to a database (servicemiix-jdbc is in the roadmap): in the meanwhile you have to use servicemix-cxf or servicemix-bean.

This example (cxf-wsdl-first-jdbc.zip, cxf-wsdl-first.pdf)  is built on top of the example cxf-wsdl-first and can be deployed in apache servicemix 4.0 as JBI sa package.

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