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MachineX: Two parts of Association Rule Learning


In our previous blog, MachineX: Layman guide to Association Rule Learning, we discussed what Association rule learning is all about. And as you can already tell, with a large dataset, which almost every market has, finding association rules isn’t very … Continue reading

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Back2Basics: The Magic of Implicits


Implicit System is one of Scala’s language greatest feature with the help of which we can write concise code. The implicit system in Scala allows the compiler to adjust code using a well-defined lookup mechanism. In this post, we will try … Continue reading

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Amazon ES – setting up the cluster! #1


Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud services platform, providing compute power, database storage, content delivery, security options and other functionality to allow businesses to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability and reliability. Amazon Elasticsearch is one of the … Continue reading

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MachineX: One more step towards NAIVE BAYES


I hope we understand the conditional probabilities and Bayes theorem through our previous blog. Now let’s use this understanding to find out more about the naive Bayes classifier. NAIVE BAYES CLASSIFIER Naive Bayes is a simple technique for constructing classifiers: models … Continue reading

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MachineX: Unfolding Mystery Behind NAIVE BAYES CLASSIFIER


In machine learning, Naive Bayes classifiers are a family of simple “probabilistic classifiers “based on applying Bayes’ theorem with strong (naive) independence assumptions between the features. The Naive Bayes Classifier technique is based on the so-called Bayesian theorem and is particularly suited when the dimensionality of the … Continue reading

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Type Erasure in Scala


Scala has a really strong type system. Scala’s static type system is listed as one of its strong points. But even though Scala’s type system is theoretically very strong, in practice some type-related features are weakened by the restrictions and … Continue reading

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Exploring JEST: Java HTTP REST Client


Elasticsearch is a real-time distributed and open source full-text search and analytics engine. To integrate Elasticsearch to our application, we need to use an API. Elasticsearch gives us two ways, REST APIs, and Native clients. It’s easy to get confused … Continue reading

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The curious case of Cassandra Reads


In our previous blog, we discovered how Cassandra handles its write queries. Now it’s time to understand how it ensures all the read requests are fulfilled. Let’s first have an overall view of Cassandra. Apache Cassandra is a free and … Continue reading

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Cool Breeze of Scala for Easy Computation: Introduction to Breeze Library


Mathematics is a core part of machine learning and to dive deep into machine learning one should possess basic knowledge of mathematics concepts but when you start developing algorithms, mathematics can be a real pain. Thankfully we have some awesome … Continue reading

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Getting started with TensorFlow: A Brief Introduction


TensorFlow is an open source software library, provided by Google, mainly for deep learning, machine learning and numerical computation using data flow graphs. Looking at their website, the first definition they have written for TensorFlow goes something like this – … Continue reading

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