Updated August 11, 2018 08:25:43 The tool Stickbow has just released is the first of a series of classifieds that it is releasing to the public.
The tool allows users to classify and categorize a dataset and then generate a report based on the classification.
Users can also export the data as a CSV file.
The ‘classifieds’ tool is the brainchild of former Microsoft researcher Paul Smith.
Smith said that the tool was inspired by a presentation he gave at the 2015 International Data Mining Congress in London.
At the time, Smith told the audience that he wanted to find out how much money people are spending on classifieds.
The software can automatically categorize the data by classifying, and then generating a report, based on that classification.
The report will include how much each data source is spending on classification, how much of the total amount is going to the classification, and how much is going into marketing.
Smith says he was inspired to create the tool after he stumbled upon a presentation at the conference in which he explained how he had created the tool.
“I was just looking through a PowerPoint presentation and came across the idea of how to generate a ‘classified report’ from a dataset,” Smith told TechRadars.
“This is essentially an automated tool that lets you automatically categorise data and generate a list of classified sources for you to use.
I’m a data scientist so I’ve used it myself before and it worked very well.”
Smith’s tool is currently being tested in the UK and the US and the software is currently available for free on the company’s website.
The classifieds tool can be used for any data source.
It can also be used to create a report on any dataset.
Smith told Tech Radars that the new tool has been used by more than 100,000 users in the last week.
He said that Stickbow was able to build the tool for around 10% of the data sources in the dataset and it was “the most comprehensive and easy-to-use tool to generate reports.”
Smith said Stickbow had created a new report called ‘Categorised data’ based on its latest ‘Classifieds’ software update that has now been downloaded over 100,00 times.