scikit-learn: machine learning in Python. Please feel free to ask specific questions about scikit-learn. Please try to keep the discussion focused on scikit-learn usage and immediately related open source projects from the Python ecosystem.
I greatly admire how scikit learn is run in general
@ogrisel I read that second link too :)
What version of OpenMP does scikit-learn require? Is 2.5 sufficient?
Probably, we use OpenMP via the prange construct of Cython.
Hey guys, so I'm new to scikit, so please bear with me. I have a pandas dataframe that looks like this: [email, businessId, manager, app1, app2, app3, ... , app170] So essentially one row defines one user that has either a 1 or NaN on each of the appX columns specifying if they have that app or not.
What I want is a classifier that given email, businessId, and manager ....would return a list of apps should have
I've got the data in that format as i specified, what are the models do you guys think would b good for creating this type of classifier? And how would i go about this in general?
How I get the individual components from classification_report?
but the output_dict=True doesn't seem to work, I am receiving an error stating this parameter does not exist on the classification_report function, I also don't trust precision_recall_fscore_support, plus it misses accuracy
Thomas J. Fan
@piotr-mamenas Please check the version of sklearn you are using. I believe output_dict was added in 0.20.
@thomasjpfan yup, I figured it out yesterday and after some fight with tensorflow dependencies I got it running
Do we have any package like NLTK to support your languages other than English
@venkyyuvy this looks
Like a good feature to have in LabelEncoder. Would this make sense as a feature @amueller
@adityap31 we choose to only officially support English in our documentation, to avoid having to maintain different versions
Please the best c# tutorial online
Give me ideas
@Emoruwa since you're not the first one asking this here: what gave you the idea of asking about C# in a channel about a Python library for machine learning?
Hi, everyone. My name is Manish and It's nice to meet you all. I used SK learn for one of my projects this summer and I really love this library. I want to start contributing to it. I'm new to open source stuff and I don't know how to get started. I checked issues under good first issue label but I'm not able to understand anything. Can anyone plz guide me with this??
@ManishAradwad welcome! the easiest way is probably to ask directly on the issue. Have you checked out the contributors guide?
Yes, I'm now going through the repo first. I'll then go for the issues. Thanks for the reply!
I wouldn't try going to the repo, it's a lot. I would start with the contributor docs
even understanding how we set up and run tests would probably take me a week to understand
is there something in scikit learn for 4000 dimension regression where I know I only one or two of the coefficients to be non-zero?