CHAPTER 12

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Web Applications

Throughout the book you’ve been preparing for this moment: you know how to save information about clients and products, and you know a couple of algorithms to mine that data for interesting patterns. Now it’s time to create an interface for clients to make purchases. This data will be the input to K-means and Apriori.

The most interoperable and also the most widely used way to create an interface for such an application is to write it as a web application. Your clients will be expecting to just enter a web address in the browser and get the list of products, put them in a virtual cart, and pay at the end. For that ...

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