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Neeraj
• Male
• Dallas
• United States

# Neeraj's Page

## Profile Information

Short Bio:
I write blogs for Data Science and Machine Learning. The blog space is known as 'THE Datum'
Company:
The Datum
Job Title:
Student, TA, Blogger
Seniority:
Student
Job Function:
Data Science, Machine Learning, Business Analytics
Industry:
Data Science
Interests:
Contributing, Networking

## Neeraj's Blog

### Diabetes Prediction with Ensemble Techniques

Posted on August 6, 2019 at 4:30am

Till your good is better and better is best!

ENSEMBLE

Yes, the above quote is so true. We humans have ability to rate things and find some or the other matrices to measure things and evaluate them or their performances. Similarly, in Data Science you can measure your model’s accuracy and performance! The very first model that you build, you can set its matrices from the results and these matrices become your…

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### Natural Language Processing

Posted on July 29, 2019 at 7:30am

# Deploying Natural Language Processing for Product Reviews

Introduction

We have data all around us and there are of two forms of data namely; tabular and text. If you…

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### US Arrests: Hierarchical Clustering using DIANA and AGNES

Posted on July 25, 2019 at 7:30am

Introduction

Data Science and Machine Learning are furtive, they go un-noticed but are present in all ways possible and everywhere. They contribute significantly in all the fields they are applied and leave us with evidence which we can rely on and take data-driven directions. Today, a very interesting area we are going to see an example of Data Science and Machine Learning is ‘Crimes’. We are going to focus on types of crimes taken place across…

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### Breast Cancer Classification & Prediction using Neural Networks

Posted on July 15, 2019 at 9:00am

Introduction

How often are you in a situation where you have 2 alternatives either yes or a no, black or a white, and so on. These are instances where you ‘classify’ your scenario into only two solutions, a number of solutions may vary but usually, they are two solutions. This is what we call as ‘Classification’ we classify the outcomes in a set number of instances usually two. This week at The Datum we have how can we use Neural Networks as the…

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