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want to extract good and bad comments separately from comments table

i have a database table name tblcomments which has 1000s of comments from customer all over the world... now we want to separate good and bad comments from it by words used through text mining in Sql server 2008 R2 Buisness intelligence tool....

will appreciate any response


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OriginalGriff 11-Apr-13 8:22am     CRLF
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RobCollins 12-Apr-13 3:20am    
What specifically is your question? What have you tried so far? You won't get a very good answer if you're not specific about what you need.

Thousands of comments is not really that much. IMHO you don't need any special business intelligence tool for this. Just go with simle query like this

FROM tblComments
WHERE commentColumn LIKE '%bad_word_1%' or
commentColumn LIKE '%bad_word_2%' or
commentColumn LIKE '%bad_word_3%' or
commentColumn LIKE '%bad_word_4%' 
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There are several articles on MSDN[^]
There's also a free ebook on the subject - here is just one of many links to it[^]
There's even a whole site dedicated to the subject[^]
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