Logistic Regression Python Sklearn




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This video is a full example/tutorial of logistic regression using (scikit learn) sklearn in python. Join us as we explore the titanic dataset and predict which passengers would survive and which would not.

This is a Python anaconda tutorial for help with coding, programming, or computer science. These are short python videos dedicated to troubleshooting python problems and learning Python syntax. For more videos see Python Help playlist by Rylan Fowers.

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  • Rylan Fowers
    November 17, 2020

    Coursera codes took me to a shit hole. Thanks Rylan!!

  • Rylan Fowers
    November 17, 2020

    I had a query about why don't we check assumptions in Logistic Regression before implementing it?

  • Rylan Fowers
    November 17, 2020

    amazing.. thank you so much. I am learning from old tutorial which doesn't show yet the solver for logistic regression.

  • Rylan Fowers
    November 17, 2020

    Underrated Channel

  • Rylan Fowers
    November 17, 2020

    Perfect. Simple & short.

  • Rylan Fowers
    November 17, 2020

    This is so cool! I had no idea what machine learning looks like in practice.
    I thought your video was also well-done. The intro was good – a nice call-forward to what you were going to demonstrate later, followed by a short title sequence – simple yet effective.
    I enjoyed the parts where you put in the "I'm learning" robot.
    Pro tip for next time: make that clip tighter – really cut it down even tighter at the beginning and end for more of a punch.
    Also, try experimenting with cutting it off mid-sentence. For example, "I'm Learn-" right back to coding.
    Because you use it multiple times, the audience starts to expect it.
    Keep up the great work!

  • Rylan Fowers
    November 17, 2020

    Fantastic video, this is something a lot of people struggle to learn in school. Clean, well-done explanation, perfect for me, interesting example you used as well, I'm subscribing! 😀

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