vtreat Cross Validation

October 5, 2019
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Nina Zumel finished new documentation on how vtreat‘s cross validation works, which I want to share here.

vtreat is a system that makes data preparation for machine learning a “one-liner” (available in R or available in Python). We have a set of starting off points here. These documents describe what vtreat does for you, you just find the one that matches your task and you should have a good start for solving data science problems in R or in Python.

The latest documentation is a bit about how vtreat works, and how to control some of the details of the work it is doing for you.

The new documentation is:

Please give one of the examples a try, and consider adding vtreat to your data science workflow.

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