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semantic analysis of large data sets

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I recently learned about a program that performs semantic analysis of large data sets (for example, all the email messages or word documents on your hard drive) to look for patterns and (among other things) find matching documents. It sounds extremely interesting, but, unfortunately, is only available for Windows. Any Windows users out there that have used it, or care to try it? I'd be curious to hear how it works.

It's called SER Private Brain and a shareware version can be downloaded from the "products" section of the following Website:

Mark Warschauer

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