1.Go to data.gov—a U.S. government–sponsored data portal that has a very large number of data sets on a wide variety of topics ranging from healthcare to education, climate to public safety. Pick a topic that you are most passionate about. Go through the topic- specific information and explanation provided on the site. Explore the possibilities of downloading the data, and use your favorite data visualization tool to create your own meaningful information and visualizations
250 to 300 words
2.Go to teradatauniversitynetwork.com. Locate Web seminars related to data mining. In particular, locate and watch a seminar given by C. Imhoff and T. Zouqes.
Then answer the following questions:
a. What are some of the interesting applications of data mining?
b. What types of payoffs and costs can organizations expect from data mining initiatives
450 to 500 words