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The Auto Classifier node estimates and compares models for either nominal (set) or binary (yes/no) targets, using a number of different methods, enabling you to try out a variety of approaches in a single modeling run. You can select the algorithms to use, and experiment with multiple combinations of options

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  • Auto Classifier node (SPSS Modeler) - IBM Cloud Pak for Data
    Auto Classifier node (SPSS Modeler) - IBM Cloud Pak for Data

    The Auto Classifier node estimates and compares models for either nominal (set) or binary (yes/no) targets, using a number of different methods, enabling you to try out a variety of approaches in a single modeling run. You can select the algorithms to use, and experiment with multiple combinations of options

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  • Auto Classifier node | IBM Cloud Pak for Data
    Auto Classifier node | IBM Cloud Pak for Data

    The Auto Classifier node estimates and compares models for either nominal (set) or binary (yes/no) targets, using a number of different methods, enabling you to try out a variety of approaches in a single modeling run. You can select the algorithms to use, and experiment with multiple combinations of options

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  • Node classifier API v1 - Puppet
    Node classifier API v1 - Puppet

    The node classifier gets its information about environments from Puppet, so do not use this endpoint to create, update, or delete them. Nodes check-in history endpoint. Use the nodes endpoint to retrieve historical information about nodes that have checked into the node classifier. Group children endpoint

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  • Writing external node classifiers
    Writing external node classifiers

    An external node classifier (ENC) is an arbitrary script or application which can tell Puppet which classes a node should have. It can replace or work in concert with the node definitions in the main site manifest (site.pp). Depending on the external data sources you use in your infrastructure, building an external node classifier can be a

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  • GitHub - testdotai/classifier-client-node: Node.js client
    GitHub - testdotai/classifier-client-node: Node.js client

    Dec 20, 2019 Node.js client for test.ai classifier server. Contribute to testdotai/classifier-client-node development by creating an account on GitHub

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  • GitHub - mbejda/Nodejs-Stanford-Classifier: Nodejs wrapper
    GitHub - mbejda/Nodejs-Stanford-Classifier: Nodejs wrapper

    The stanford-classifier Node.js module uses Stanford Classifier v3.5.2 internally and has node-java as a dependency. Your environment should have Java properly configured to work with node-java. You can learn more about node-java configurations here. To install the

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  • Auto Classifier Node Expert Options - IBM
    Auto Classifier Node Expert Options - IBM

    Auto Classifier Node Expert Options. The Expert tab of the Auto Classifier node enables you to apply a partition (if available), select the algorithms to use, and specify stopping rules. Models used. Use the check boxes in the column on the left to select the model types (algorithms) to include in the comparison

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  • Using the Stanford Classifier with Node.js | mbejda.com
    Using the Stanford Classifier with Node.js | mbejda.com

    The Stanford Classifier is a powerful classifying library that is freely available for anyone to use. Given the right amount of data, it can be used to classify blocks of texts with good accuracy. Lets get started with using the Stanford Classifier in Node.js. Getting Started Install the stanford-classifier

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  • Hierarchical Classification by Local Classifiers: Your
    Hierarchical Classification by Local Classifiers: Your

    May 18, 2020 May 18, 2020 Local Classifier per Node (LCN): Yet another animal! Hurrah! Let’s check whether it’s a cat, a dog, and/or a unicorn. Cat classifier says “Yup”, dog classifier says “Nope”, and unicorn classifier says “Yup”? Excellent. For the next level, then, we’ll only consider the local classifiers for the different breeds of cats and of

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  • Why is/can node classification (graph machine learning) be
    Why is/can node classification (graph machine learning) be

    Question: Why is/can node classification (graph machine learning) be semi-supervised while graph classification is just supervised? Attempted explanation: Is it because: It would be harder to chop off parts of the graphs for node classification in order to keep the testing nodes unobservable. On the contrary, graph classification is a process

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  • Message Passing and Node Classification - SNAP
    Message Passing and Node Classification - SNAP

    A relational classifier is useful because it allows us to capture correlations (e.g. the homophily, influence) between nodes in the network. This classifier predicts the label of one node based on the labels and features of its neighbors. This is the step that incorporates network information

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  • Classifying nodes - Puppet
    Classifying nodes - Puppet

    External node classifiers. An external node classifier is an executable that Puppet Server or puppet apply can call; it doesn’t have to be written in Ruby. Its only argument is the name of the node to be classified, and it returns a YAML document describing the node

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  • GitHub - tj/node-language-classifier: Programming language
    GitHub - tj/node-language-classifier: Programming language

    Dec 11, 2012 Programming language classifier for node.js. Contribute to tj/node-language-classifier development by creating an account on GitHub

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