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How to apply class weight to a multi-output model?

I have a model with 2 categorical outputs. The first output layer can predict 2 classes: [0, 1] and the second output layer can predict 3 classes: [0, 1, 2]. How can I apply different class weight ...
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Learning a logical function with a 2 layer BDN network - manual weight setting rule question?

So I am trying to construct a 2-layer network of binary decision neurons as proposed by McCullough and Pitts (1943) to learn a logical function (a composition of AND's and OR's) such as: $((\neg x_1\...
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Mapping a set of corrupted strings to the correct ones

I am fairly new into Data Science but encoutered it before. The following problem troubles me and i hope you guys can point me in the right direction. The input are some strings where some carry the ...
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How to deal with large datasets?

I have some experience with data science but I wanted some insight on how to deal with a very large dataset. I understand simply downloading it to your computer is not plausible so where do you even ...
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What are the introductory mathematics courses that are most pertinent to machine learning?

To provide more context to this question, I have found the following list of courses in order to learn calculus: Course | 18.01.1x | edX Course | 18.01.2x | edX Course | 18.01.3x | edX I also have ...
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very large difference between cross_val and (multiple) r2 model evaluation

I did submit my first kaggle kernel, on the avocado dataset kernel link, I treated it like I should predict the avocado price so I splitted the dataset in a train & test set, fitted the model and ...
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Where to upload a source text to datamine matching contents with constraint?

I am even unsure if this is the correct category. I have very minimal programming knowledge. I am curious how can I get started for a project I have in mind. I want to upload a file to a webcrawler ...
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MNIST digits… And what technique to find ZIP code on the envelope?

What techniques are currently available for e.g. locating the ZIP code on the envelope and cutting it to single digits prior to feeding them to digit recognition algorithm (trained on MNIST dataset)? ...
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Hadoop/Pig Aggregate Data

I am working on a project with two data sets. A time vs. speed data set (let's call it traffic), and a time vs. weather data set (called weather). I am looking to find a correlation between these ...
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Piecewise-linear activation function definition doesn't correspond to graph found in textbook

This question is a duplicate of this question on StackOverflow, but it hasn't been answered in 2 years, which is why I'm re-posting it. If this isn't an appropriate way to go about this, please let me ...
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Inspect false classified

Recently, I was able to train a simple classification algorithm (my first ML-Project) and I even got a pretty satisfying precision score. Now I am looking for a way to inspect, which datapoints in ...
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Help with Tensorflow 2.0 beta not learning

Have a tabular data set and have done some graphical exploration with Orange 3. Attempted NN regression with Keras/TensorFlow 2.0 beta on Python 3.6.7. The problem is that TF 2.0 is not "learning" (...
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Tips for checking data integrity / data sanity?

I've read a few vague articles and watched a couple of YouTube videos on data integrity and data sanity, but none of them have mentioned ways to actually check these on datasets. I am interested in ...
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Autoencoder and Dimensionality

I'm pretty confused with the input/output/dense portion of an autoencoder. So my data consists of a numpy array of a 9 categorical features which have all been one hot encoded. So the input would ...