In my last notebook we looked at a classification problem, and we defined many classification metrics. In this notebook, we will go through some regression metrics. Recall that in regression, the response value is continuous (and not categorical), as such different kind of prediction assessment will come into play.
Now, say, you have built a machine learning model; the question you ask is: ‘how well does this thing works anyways?’. To answer this question, we will need to define the performance metrics. As you might have imagined, the metrics will depend on the kind of machine learning problem in view.
These are the methods involved in sampling during machine learning. In my last notebook-blog, I hinted the idea of an analogy between a 12-year-old girl studying for an exam, and our machine trying to learn…
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