Multinomial Logistic Regression With Python
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Multinomial Logistic Regression With Python

Tweet Share Share Multinomial logistic regression is an extension of logistic regression that adds native support for multi-class classification problems. Logistic regression, by default, is…

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How to use simply dev community recent posts as feed?
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How to use simply dev community recent posts as feed?

Dev is a community of software/web developers getting together to assist each other. We can’t be active all time over community so don’t miss creative…

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3 ways to deploy React apps to Netlify
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3 ways to deploy React apps to Netlify

Over the past few years, Netlify has easily worked its way into the hearts and minds of many developers. Some developers consider Netlify to be…

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12 Months of Fighting Cybercrime | SentinelLabs 2020 Review
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12 Months of Fighting Cybercrime | SentinelLabs 2020 Review

SentinelLabs came into being at the back end of 2019 as a means of providing value to the cyber security community by focusing on research…

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Semi-Supervised Learning With Label Propagation
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Semi-Supervised Learning With Label Propagation

Tweet Share Share Semi-supervised learning refers to algorithms that attempt to make use of both labeled and unlabeled training data. Semi-supervised learning algorithms are unlike…

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Your /r/javascript recap for the week of December 21 – December 27
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Your /r/javascript recap for the week of December 21 – December 27

Monday, December 21 – Sunday, December 27 Top Posts   Most Commented Posts   Top Ask JS score comments title & link 20 4 comments…

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Histogram-Based Gradient Boosting Ensembles in Python
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Histogram-Based Gradient Boosting Ensembles in Python

Tweet Share Share Gradient boosting is an ensemble of decision trees algorithms. It may be one of the most popular techniques for structured (tabular) classification…

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Eleventy Duo

Eleventy Duo is a production-ready and SEO-friendly starter for building a blog or personal website. Comes with a customizable duotone theme, minimal and clean design….

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Maanyakaran – Reusable framework for state based form validation( best for react and redux and vue.js)
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Maanyakaran – Reusable framework for state based form validation( best for react and redux and vue.js)

Most of the modern UI frameworks rely on some form of data state. For example, A simple HTML form in react is actually stored either…

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A Brief History of Responsive Web Design

Websites are like a canvas. You have complete freedom to design them the way you want. But unlike a painting, not all people will view…

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PixelCraft: A Pixel Art Editor

A pixel Art & Animation Creation Tool Built using HTML5 Canvas.It is a Progressive Web App (PWA) with offline compatibility.It is mobile-friendly and is very…

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What is {x:1} and why does it return 1
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What is {x:1} and why does it return 1

Adding semicolon at the end bypasses the Chrome regex. Which is kinda meh since these two obviously have the same effect: a = {x:1} a…

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