by James Broome
This post looks at what machine learning really is (and isn’t), dispelling some of the myths and hype that have emerged as the interest in data science, predictive analytics and machine learning has grown. Without any hard guarantees of success, it argues that machine learning as a discipline is simply trial and error at scale – proving or disproving statistical scenarios through structured experimentation.
by Alice Waddicor
A short while ago, I was trying to classify some data using Azure Machine Learning, but the training data was very imbalanced. In the attempt to build a useful model from this data, I came across the Synthetic Minority Oversampling Technique (SMOTE), an approach to dealing with imbalanced training data. This blog describes what I […]