Entries by tag: machine-learning

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Scikit-Learn Pipeline Examples  21 Oct 2017    scikit-learn
Examples of how to use classifier pipelines on Scikit-learn. Includes examples on cross-validation regular classifiers, meta classifiers such as one-vs-rest and also keras models using the scikit-learn wrappers. Read More ›

Paper Summary: Recursive Neural Language Architecture for Tag Prediction  04 Oct 2017    paper-summary tags neural-nets embeddings
Summary of the 2016 article "Recursive Neural Language Architecture for Tag Prediction" by Kataria. Read More ›

Paper Summary: Translating Embeddings for Modeling Multi-relational Data  30 Sep 2017    embeddings structure paper-summary neural-networks
Summary of the 2013 article "Translating Embeddings for Modeling Multi-relational Data" by Bordes et al. Read More ›

A Quick Summary of Ensemble Learning Strategies  01 Sep 2017    data-newsletter-4 machine-learning
Ensemble learning refers to mixing the outputs of several classifiers in various ways, so as to get a better result than each classifier individually. Read More ›

Evaluation Metrics for Classification Problems: Quick Examples + References  31 Aug 2017    data-newsletter-4 machine-learning
There are multiple ways to measure your model's performance in machine learning, depending upon what objectives you have in mind. Some of the most important are Accuracy, Precision, Recall, F1 and AUC. Read More ›

Machine Learning and Data Science: Generally Applicable Tips and Tricks  18 May 2017    machine-learning data-science best-practices
A couple of general, practical tips and tricks that may be used when dealing with data science and/or machine learning problems. Read More ›

Scikit-Learn Cheatsheet: Reference and Examples  10 Mar 2017    wip scikit-learn
Just a couple of things you may find yourself doing over and over again when working with scikit-learn. Read More ›

Tricks for Training Neural Nets Faster  20 Feb 2017    wip neural nets
Tricks and Practical tips for training neural nets faster. Credit is mostly to Geoff Hinton and Yann LeCun. Read More ›