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Bias Variance Tradeoff – Clearly Explained

Bias Variance Tradeoff is a design consideration when training the machine learning model. Certain algorithms inherently have a high bias and low variance and vice-versa. In this one, the concept of bias-variance tradeoff is clearly explained so you make an informed decision when training your ML models Bias Variance Tradeoff – Clearly Explained. Photo by …

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Gradient Boosting – A Concise Introduction from Scratch

Gradient Boosting is a machine learning algorithm, used for both classification and regression problems. It works on the principle that many weak learners (eg: shallow trees) can together make a more accurate predictor. A Concise Introduction to Gradient Boosting. Photo by Zibik How does Gradient Boosting Works? Gradient boosting works by building simpler (weak) prediction …

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Portfolio Optimization with Python using Efficient Frontier with Practical Examples

Portfolio optimization in finance is the technique of creating a portfolio of assets, for which your investment has the maximum return and minimum risk. Investor’s Portfolio Optimization using Python with Practical Examples. Photo by Markus In this tutorial you will learn: What is portfolio optimization? What does a portfolio mean? What are assets, returns and …

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TensorFlow vs PyTorch – A Detailed Comparison

Compare the popular deep learning frameworks: Tensorflow vs Pytorch. We will go into the details behind how TensorFlow 1.x, TensorFlow 2.0 and PyTorch compare against eachother. And how does keras fit in here. Table of Contents: Introduction Tensorflow: 1.x vs 2 Difference between static and dynamic computation graph Keras integration or rather centralization What is …

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Principal Component Analysis (PCA) – Better Explained

Principal Components Analysis (PCA) is an algorithm to transform the columns of a dataset into a new set of features called Principal Components. By doing this, a large chunk of the information across the full dataset is effectively compressed in fewer feature columns. This enables dimensionality reduction and ability to visualize the separation of classes …

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Feature Selection – Ten Effective Techniques with Examples

In machine learning, Feature selection is the process of choosing variables that are useful in predicting the response (Y). It is considered a good practice to identify which features are important when building predictive models. In this post, you will see how to implement 10 powerful feature selection approaches in R. Introduction 1. Boruta 2. …

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Caret Package – A Practical Guide to Machine Learning in R

Caret Package is a comprehensive framework for building machine learning models in R. In this tutorial, I explain nearly all the core features of the caret package and walk you through the step-by-step process of building predictive models. Be it a decision tree or xgboost, caret helps to find the optimal model in the shortest …

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Top 15 Evaluation Metrics for Classification Models

Choosing the right evaluation metric for classification models is important to the success of a machine learning app. Monitoring only the ‘accuracy score’ gives an incomplete picture of your model’s performance and can impact the effectiveness. So, consider the following 15 evaluation metrics before you finalize on the KPIs of your classifier model. Introduction: Building …

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Logistic Regression – A Complete Tutorial With Examples in R

Logistic regression is a predictive modelling algorithm that is used when the Y variable is binary categorical. That is, it can take only two values like 1 or 0. The goal is to determine a mathematical equation that can be used to predict the probability of event 1. Once the equation is established, it can …

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Machine Learning A-Z™: Hands-On Python & R In Data Science

Machine Learning A-Z™: Hands-On Python & R In Data Science