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Regression Metrics for Machine Learning

Regression refers to predictive modeling problems that involve predicting a numeric value. It is different from classification that involves predicting a class label. Unlike classification, you cannot use classification accuracy to evaluate the predictions made by a regression model. Instead, you must use error metrics

Semi-Supervised Learning With Label Spreading

Semi-supervised learning refers to algorithms that attempt to make use of both labeled and unlabeled training data. Semi-supervised learning algorithms are unlike supervised learning algorithms that are only able to learn from labeled training data. A popular approach to semi-supervised learning is to create a

Semi-Supervised Learning With Label Propagation

Semi-supervised learning refers to algorithms that attempt to make use of both labeled and unlabeled training data. Semi-supervised learning algorithms are unlike supervised learning algorithms that are only able to learn from labeled training data. A popular approach to semi-supervised learning is to create a

Multinomial Logistic Regression With Python

Multinomial logistic regression is an extension of logistic regression that adds native support for multi-class classification problems. Logistic regression, by default, is limited to two-class classification problems. Some extensions like one-vs-rest can allow logistic regression to be used for multi-class classification problems, although they require

Perceptron Algorithm for Classification in Python

The Perceptron is a linear machine learning algorithm for binary classification tasks. It may be considered one of the first and one of the simplest types of artificial neural networks. It is definitely not “deep” learning but is an important building block. Like logistic regression,

How to Develop LARS Regression Models in Python

Regression is a modeling task that involves predicting a numeric value given an input. Linear regression is the standard algorithm for regression that assumes a linear relationship between inputs and the target variable. An extension to linear regression involves adding penalties to the loss function