Data Normalisation for Machine Learning – Intro to M.L with Python and Scikit Learn tutorial




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Welcome to the video series on Introduction to Machine Learning with Sciki Python & Learn.

This is a video series on scikit learn tutorial. In this series I’m talking about using scikit learn machine learning for our implementations

This video contains Chapter – 6.3. In this chapter, I’ve explained the idea of data normalization and why it’s important to do the same

Though explained in the context of Linear Regression, Data Normalization can be applied to almost all machine learning algorithms. It’s a useful concept and helps data engineers to deal with large data sets

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One Comment

  • CodesBay
    December 11, 2020

    I like that inverse_transform function 🙂 But what happens when model keeps on learning.. and new values bigger than the biggest one in first place???

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