Category Archives: machine-learning

Polynomial Regression

Polynomial Regression is a form of linear regression model but fits a non-linear relationship between the value X and Y. Basically we have to add new features to the final equation. But what features? It’s simple we can add the … Continue reading

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Multi-variable linear regression

I continue working with machine learning algorithms. In a previous post I talked about linear regression with one variable and I described different algorithms to predict hypothesis. In this case, I’m playing with linear regression but, with some features. Linear regression … Continue reading

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Playing with machine learning: Linear Regression

Since two months ago I’m researching about machine learning and its algorithms. The goal is get a good unsupervised and clustering algorithm to analyze every android applications and predict what application you want to install or use in a particular time. The … Continue reading

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