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Ali Ahmad Faruqi
@alifar76
Hello
Vijay Krishnavanshi
@vijaykrishnavanshi
Hello
@alifar76
Ali Ahmad Faruqi
@alifar76
Hi!
New to Gitter, so just testing it out! :)
drealie
@drealie
Hello
Anyone got any experience on multiprocessing with SFS and gridsearch on an ESXI host. I am running into the wierdest issues
Sebastian Raschka
@rasbt
Sorry, I have no experience with this particular setup, but maybe it could be related to multiprocessing. The SFS does multiprocessing for CV. Have you tried setting n_jobs=1 for debugging the issue?
John C Vallier
@VallierJohnC_twitter
I need help with the plot_decision_regions function, as I have a random forest classifier with 6 features. I am asked to provide filler values or sometimes i get X must be an integer found int64. How do I handle more than 2 features for this function? I looked over the documentation but still confused. By the way just want to thank you. Your books and mlxtend is simply the bomb.
Bhupendra singh
@bhupendrathore
Hey,
I'm using fpgrowth for finding frequent itemset, is there any way to make it faster using multiprocessing.
i'm using support value 0.005 and data can have a high number of transactions
vciulei
@vciulei
Hello! New here, just discovered mlxtend while I am doing research for my Msc thesis. I was wondering, can Mlxtend be used for unsupervised feature selection? Cheers
Kevin Noel
@arita37
@rasbt :
Have started to do a package metric, ONLY focus on metric evaluation cross platform, cross models.
Interface is functional (ie numpy style).
Reason is we spend time to re-implement the metrics many times....
What do you think ?
Archie Norman
@archienorman11
Hi - I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions when using the apriori algorithm with collaborative filtering. Let’s say I have a user set with a list of tags that the user is in interested in. I’d like to generate recommendations based on the association rule if the product matches a category/tag
Sanket Shahane
@shahanesanket
Hi folks, I have a question about scalability tests of the association mining algorithms. Do you have any test reports I can go through? My data is going to be 100's of GB and roughly 100 million transaction
@rasbt ^
Sebastian Khan
@Cyberface

Hi, I am interested in using the "Sequential Feature Selector" (SFS) to fit some N-dimensional data with one output variable where N could be up to 7.

Is it correct that the I can use the mlxtend's SFS algorithms to find the "best" set of basis functions for each dimension (found by fitting against some training data and then compared against a validation set to prevent overfitting?)

Also maybe it's not appropriate to post here but rather on the google group, just let me know and I can move over to there.

Thanks in advance!

Kevin Noel
@arita37
State of Art model Zoo, cross-platform tensorflow, pytorch, Gluon, .... :
https://github.com/arita37/mlmodels