Neural Networks 22 (2009)

Data Mining in the Cloud is temporarily down
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On Saturday, November 15th, the connection to the Table Analysis in the Cloud URL is broken. Until the problem is identified and fixed, here are some workarounds:

- For the web interface, use the URL

- For the Excel add-in, please change the services connection URL. To do that, click the Connections button in the "Analyze (in the Cloud)" ribbon and change the destination URL to

NOTE: This temporary solution does not support SSL. Your data is transmitted in clear

I’ll post here an update as soon as the servers are up again

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