The following code demonstrate the use of python Scikit-learn to analyze/categorize the iris data set used commonly in machine learning. This post also highlight several of the methods and modules available for various machine learning studies. While the code is not very lengthy, it did cover quite a comprehensive area as below: Data preprocessing: data […]

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SelectKBest selects the top k features that have maximum relevance with the target variable. It takes two parameters as input arguments, k (obviously) and the score function to rate the relevance of every feature with the target variable. For example, for a regression problem, you can supply feature_selection.f_regression and for a classification problem, you can […]

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Just trying to do a simple linear regression but Im baffed by this error for: These selections must have the same dimensions, and they should be numpy arrays, so what am I missing? It looks like sklearn requires the data shape of (row number, column number). If your data shape is (row number, ) like […]

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How to Create Classification and Regression Trees in Python for How to Create a Supervised Learning Model with Logistic Regression Data Journalism: Collecting Data for Your Story Data Journalism: How to Develop, Tell, and Present the Story Data Journalism: Why the Story Matters How to Create Classification and Regression Trees in Python for Data Science […]

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provide a useful layer of abstraction for building complex estimators or classification models. Its purpose is to aggregate a number of data transformation steps, and a model operating on the result of these transformations, into a single object that can then be used in place of a simple estimator. This allows for the one-off definition […]

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L1 Penalty and Sparsity in Logistic Regression Ordinary Least S…Ordinary Least SquaresUp This documentation is for scikit-learnversion 0.11-gitOther versions If you use the software, please considerciting scikit-learn. Python source Author: Alexandre Gramfort alexandre. Computing regularization path … © 20102011, scikit-learn developers (BSD License). Created usingSphinx1.1.2. Design byWeb y Limonada.

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How to Create a Supervised Learning Model with Logistic Regression Data Journalism: Collecting Data for Your Story Data Journalism: How to Develop, Tell, and Present the Story Data Journalism: Why the Story Matters After you build your first classification predictive model for analysis of the data, creating more models like it is a really straightforward […]

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I am trying to optimize a logistic regression function in scikit-learn by using a cross-validated grid parameter search, but I cant seem to implement it. It says that Logistic Regression does not implement a get_params() but on the documentation it says it does. How can I go about optimizing this function on my ground truth? […]

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From Linear Regression to Logistic Regression Binary classification with logistic regression response value represents a probablity, between [0,1] 1 . bell curve 3 . link function 4 . identity link function, 5 . 6 . The response variable is modeled as a function of a linear combination of the explanatory variables using thelogistic functionthe logistic […]

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Lets take a look at a classification problem using few common regression techniques. We will start with logistic regression. CV score and std dev of scores dont look too bad. Lets take a look how C and score changes depending on the fold. C is averaged over the labels that Logistic Regresion was fit in. […]

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Logistic Regression (aka logit, MaxEnt) classifier. In the multiclass case, the training algorithm uses the one-vs-rest (OvR) scheme if the multi_class option is set to ovr, and uses the cross- entropy loss if the multi_class option is set to multinomial. (Currently the multinomial option is supported only by the lbfgs, sag and newton-cg solvers.) This […]

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Statistics PhD Student and BIDS Fellow at UC Berkeley This question is related to my last blog post aboutwhat people consider when choosing which Python package to use.Say I want to use some statistical method. I have a few options. I could code it up from scratch myself, knowing that this might have undetected bugs […]

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w1,w2…wp coef_w0intercept_ from sklearn import linear_model reg = linear_model.LinearRegression() ([[0, 0], [1, 1], [2, 2]], [0, 1, 2]) LinearRegression(copy_X=True, fit_intercept=True, n_jobs=1, normalize=False) beitaw XXTX0 Multicollinearity 1000 from sklearn import linear_model reg = linear_model.Ridge (alpha = .5) ([[0, 0], [0, 0], [1, 1]], [0, .1, 1]) Ridge(alpha=0.5, copy_X=True, fit_intercept=True, max_iter=None, normalize=False, random_state=None, solver=auto, tol=0.001) […]

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@jone4291, . sklearn. sklearnclassifier, GridSearchCV + GroupKFoldparameter tuning. , Logistic regression + GroupKFold. MyData = Datawarehouse()MyData.read_data() MyLR = linear_model.LogisticRegression(n_jobs=8, fit_intercept=True) grid_search = GridSearchCV(MyLR, parameters, n_jobs=8, cv=gkf, verbose=1), MyData.train_out, print(Best score: %0.9f % grid_search.best_score_) for param_name in sorted(parameters.keys()): print(\t%s: %r % (param_name, best_parameters[param_name])) , cross validation, . parameter grid(sklearnParameterGrid), function evaluation. @jone4291, . group […]

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