Predictive Maintenance: Predicting Machine Failure using Sensor Data with XGBoost and Python

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Predictive maintenance is a game-changer for the modern industry. Still, it is based on a simple idea: By using machine learning algorithms, businesses can predict equipment failures before they happen. This approach can help businesses improve their operations by reducing the need for reactive, unplanned maintenance and by enabling them to schedule maintenance activities during … Read more

How to Measure the Performance of a Machine Learning Classifier with Python and Scikit-Learn?

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Have you ever received a spam email and wondered how your email provider was able to identify it as spam? Well, the answer is likely machine learning! One common type of machine learning problem is called classification. The goal is to predict the correct class labels for a given set of observations. For example, we … Read more

Predictive Policing: Preventing Crime in San Francisco using XGBoost and Python

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In this tutorial, we’ll be using machine learning to predict and map out crime in San Francisco. We’ll be working with a dataset from Kaggle that contains information on 39 different types of crimes, including everything from vehicle theft to drug offenses. Using Python and the powerful Scikit-Learn library, we’ll train a classification model using … Read more

Training a Sentiment Classifier with Naive Bayes and Logistic Regression in Python

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Are you ready to learn about the exciting world of social media sentiment analysis using Python? In this article, we’ll dive into how companies are leveraging machine learning to extract insights from Twitter comments, and how you can do the same. By comparing two popular classification models – Naive Bayes and Logistic Regression – we’ll … Read more