6 Machine Learning Visualizations made in Python and R

December 22, 2015
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These 6 visualizations were created in Plotly between 2014 and 2016 and are in some way related to machine learning. They were created using Plotly’s free and open-source graphing libraries for Python and R.

1. machine learning classifier comparison

Machine Learning classifier comparison

Made in Python by Étienne Tétreault-Pinard

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2. COUNRIES WHERE AI IS MOST RESEARCHED

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Made in Python by Sebastian Raschka

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3. 3D K-MEANS CLUSTERING WITH CUSTOM HOVER TEXT

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Made in Python by Smpl Bio

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4. text machine learning comparison

machine-learning

Made in Python by Plotly user damienrj

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5. Decision tree with reingold-tilford layout

tree

Made in Python by Emilia Petrisor

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6. 2D K-MEANS CLUSTERING OF TWITTER DATA

fol

Made in R by Carson Sievert

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