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Section: New Software and Platforms

Siren: Interactive and Visual Redescription Mining

Functional Description.

Siren is a tool for interactive mining and visualization of redescriptions. Redescription mining aims to find distinct common characterizations of the same objects and, vice versa, to identify sets of objects that admit multiple shared descriptions. The goal is to provide domain experts with a tool allowing them to tackle their research questions using redescription mining. Merely being able to find redescriptions is not enough. The expert must also be able to understand the redescriptions found, adjust them to better match his domain knowledge and test alternative hypotheses with them, for instance. Thus, Siren allows mining redescriptions in an anytime fashion through efficient, distributed mining, to examine the results in various linked visualizations, to interact with the results either directly or via the visualizations, and to guide the mining algorithm toward specific redescriptions.

New features, such as a visualization of the contribution of individual literals in the queries and the simplification of queries as a post-processing, have been added to the tool.