Slides for PyData LA 2019 vtreat Talk are here!
As we have announced before, we have ported the R version of vtreat to a new Python version of vtreat. Our latest news is: we are speaking about the Python version at PyData LA 2019 (Thursday 10:50 AM–11:35 AM in Track 2 Room).
We are excited to share a free extract of Zumel, Mount, Practical Data Science with R, 2nd Edition, Manning 2019: Evaluating a Classification Model with a Spam Filter. This section reflects an important design decision in the book: teach model evaluation first, and as a step separate from model construction. […]
For the last year we (Nina Zumel, and myself: John Mount) have had the honor of teaching the AI200 portion of LinkedIn’s AI Academy. John Mount at the LinkedIn campus Nina Zumel designed most of the material, and John Mount has been delivering it and bringing her feedback. We’ve just […]
Nina Zumel finished new documentation on how vtreat‘s cross validation works, which I want to share here. vtreat is a system that makes data preparation for machine learning a “one-liner” (available in R or available in Python). We have a set of starting off points here. These documents describe what […]
Nina Zumel finished some great new documentation showing how to use Python vtreat to prepare data for multinomial classification mode. And I have finally finished porting the documentation to R vtreat. So we now have good introductions on how to use vtreat to prepare data for the common tasks of: […]