mbq

Warsaw, Poland

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Age: 28

Apr
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comment How to do dimensionality reduction in R
I'm afraid its lost forever... Generally it was about implementations of clustering methods which does not explicitly build each-to-each similarity matrix but investigate objects on demand.
Apr
15
comment When does BLAST fail to align 2 DNA sequences?
@StudentT Precisely k in k-tuple.
Apr
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answered Different probability values when using DecisionTreeClassifier and RandomForestClassifier
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revised How to superimpose two MATLAB images rigidly transformed to perform a metrics
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comment C #define macro for debug printing
Got me; it seems very unlikely that it may occur on accident, though.
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revised Estimating parameters of Dirichlet distribution
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asked Substantial overlap with Computational Science
Feb
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comment Support Vector Machines and the curse of dimensionality
Well, obviously with a finite sample you can never be sure that some association is not spurious, but IMHO the fact that a feature keeps appearing in such a procedure is pretty much the best confirmation you can get. And still there is an issue whether something is missing (; You can also check out my paper where something like this is used to benchmark few RF-based feature selectors.
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