Naive Bayes Illustration with Excel

July 17, 2017 Leave a comment

This is a post that I wrote for my other blog “From Data to Decisions”. I thought I will share it with Excel enthusiasists who may find it interesting and get them thinking about machine learning. Enjoy!

The Naive Bayes (NB) classifier is widely used in machine learning for its appealing tradeoffs in terms of design effort and performance as well as its ability to deal with missing features or attributes. It is particularly popular for text classification. In this blog post, I will illustrate designing a naive Bayes classifier for digit […]

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