KNIME Primary Use Case

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Partner, Turkey and The Netherlands at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
In demand forecasting projects to extract, to clean and to transform data from various resources. Also some clustering and classification techniques are used for behavioural clustering and classification according to attributes. View full review »
Agus Kurdiyanto
Solution Integrator at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
Providing the right solutions and consulting in revenue management requires rapid and comprehensive analysis in all areas. Such analysis makes it easier to look for patterns, where and when the cause of a problem is, especially when the solution has hundreds or more servers of different types and characteristics. I use KNIME as a tool (ETL) in processing various logs and data (structured and unstructured format) then analyze and store the information in a database. This makes it easier to do the analysis and saves me time. View full review »
Dusty Evely
Business Analyst at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
I write weekly articles breaking down the previous week's Green Bay Packers' game. My main use for KNIME at this time is a workflow that takes play-by-play data from a CSV and puts it into a multi-tabbed Excel document, with all the stats I need for the week. View full review »
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Giovanni Marano
Senior Data Scientist
We use KNIME for two main reasons: Automation: The main purpose of our utilization it to run scheduled workflows (such as CRM campaigns, business reports, etc.) on a recurrent basis. We have created ETLs to automate most of the recurrent tasks and we let it run via batch files. Ad-hoc business cases: We leverage KNIME flexibility in order to query data from our database and manipulate them for any ad-hoc business case, before presenting results to stakeholders. View full review »
Wim Michielsen
Data Science Consultant
I mainly used it to perform predictive modeling projects, such as customer-churn predictions and HR attrition predictions. The environments are mainly SQL-databases or CSV files. The installation I worked with to perform the analyses was a regular laptop with no computational server behind it, which may have an impact on the capacity of the program handling very large databases or files. View full review »
Hilton Rossenrode
Business Analyst at a retailer with 501-1,000 employees
All analytics individuals use KNIME to integrate multiple sources of data (SQL, excel, etc.) and prep the data for static reporting. View full review »
Ling Li
Intern at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
I am just considering whether to use it or not. I am trying it to determine whether it is helpful or not. So far, it can solve my data analysis problems and I think it's a powerful data analysis tool. View full review »
Evans Otalor
Business Intelligence Manager at Telecoms
Primarily used for advanced analytics, include designing and running predictive models, and conducting segmentation analysis. With KNIME, I connect to different data sources but usually need to conduct some data transformations before the main task is carried out. My results are usually written to a database, then I use a different tool for data visualization View full review »
Prithviraj Dutta
Data Scientist at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have used KNIME for text processing, specifically for leveraging the text processing features for entity extraction, document classification, relationship extraction, and other such NLP tasks. View full review »
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