It is highly recommended that you use a variety of resources to prepare for certification exams.
It is first recommended that you are familiar with:
- the job role description and the parameters this certification is based on.
- the test objectives/skills measured on the test. Use this as your checklist to determine your strengths, and identify those areas where you may need to focus more attention in your studies and preparation.
Next, use the recommended training resources on this page to further your knowledge. These educational sources are recommended, but not required before taking a certification test. Determine for yourself how much preparation you require.
It is important to note that actual hands-on experience is a critical component in preparing for the exam. Direct application of the skills learned cannot be substituted by any resources listed here. You must spend time using the product and applying the skills learned. The exam is designed to measure hands-on experience, or how well you know how to perform job related tasks.
Publication number: REDP-4705-00
This IBM® Redpaper™ publication describes the integration of IBM Classification Module with IBM Content Collector. Content Collector assesses, monitors, identifies, and collects virtually all content for archiving. Using Classification Module within Content Collector, you can classify the content before it is archived.
Publication number: SG24-7877-01
With IBM® Content Analytics Version 2.2, you can unlock the value of unstructured content and gain new business insight. IBM Content Analytics Version 2.2 provides a robust interface for exploratory analytics of unstructured content. It empowers a new class of analytical applications that use this content. Through content analysis, IBM Content Analytics provides enterprises with tools to better identify new revenue opportunities, improve customer satisfaction, and provide early problem detection. To help you achieve the most from your unstructured content, this IBM Redbooks® publication provides in-depth information about Content Analytics. This book examines the power and capabilities of Content Analytics, explores how it works, and explains how to design, prepare, install, configure, and use it to discover actionable business insights. This book explains how to use the automatic text classification capability, from the IBM Classification Module, with Content Analytics. It explains how to use the LanguageWare® Resource Workbench to create custom annotators. It also explains how to work with the IBM Content Assessment offering to timely decommission obsolete and unnecessary content while preserving and using content that has business value. The target audience of this book is decision makers, business users, and IT architects and specialists who want to understand and use their enterprise content to improve and enhance their business operations. It is also intended as a technical guide for use with the online information center to configure and perform content analysis with Content Analytics.
An Eclipse application for building custom language analysis into IBM LanguageWare resources and their associated UIMA annotators.
You can configure a Case Manager crawler to collect documents and metadata from IBM® Case Manager solutions and then use the collected data for text analytics. You configure a Case Manager crawler to crawl the folder tree of a case solution. The crawler begins at the top-level deployment solution folder and then crawls the cased-type subfolders. After collecting documents and case metadata from folders, IBM Content Analytics can be used to analyze IBM Case Manager cases.
This information center contains product documentation and other information for IBM OmniFind Enterprise Edition.