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Letโ€™s start next week!๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ˜Ž โ€ข โ € Today is the ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ฑ101th anniversary of Independence of Poland๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ฑ and thanks to that I am free from work and studies. So I have time to do my projects for studies. One of them is the analysis of the effectiveness of classifiers in diagnosing breast cancer. The data set Iโ€™m using has 9 attributes. The natural thing to do at the beginning, and the necessary thing to do when you have a large dataset, is to rank the attributes. There are many algorithms that allow you to perform such a ranking and select features.๐Ÿ’ป โ€ข โ € I'm using the Kolomogorov-Smirnov test. This is a non-parametric test used to compare the distributions of one-dimensional statistical features. I use from the ready implementation of this algorithm, which is available in the scipy library. Calling this method and the whole function created by me can you see in second image. First, the function importing the data set is called, then the attribute is take and the data set is divided into two classes in turn. In this case, one class means normal cancer and the other class means malignant cancer. The list of attributes of the set is visible in the third image, while the structure of the set is visible in the last image. The order of the data in the columns corresponds to the order in which the attribute names are written.๐Ÿค“ โ€ข โ € As a result of the function, two parameters are returned as percentages. The first one is the value of Kolmogorov-Smirnov criterion, which determines the usefulness of the attribute. The second determines the degree of similarity between two classes from our set. If the second parameter is too high, it means that something is wrong with our dataset - the classes are too similar. โ€ข โ € Have you ever used this criterion or another similar one? I hope that somebody will find this useful. If you have any doubts, ask!๐Ÿ™Œ What are your plans for this week?๐Ÿค” Have a great and productive time!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™Œ โ€ข โ € โ€ข โ € โ € #programming #programmer #programminglife #softwareengineer #coding #dotnetdeveloper #programista #codinglife #programmingcontest #codingdays #thedevlife #softwaredeveloper #webdeveloper #peoplewhocode #webdevelopment #webdev #codecommunity #codepeople

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designbysungwon. Flight booking UI/UX design.

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upstackhq. Curious to find out what a #remotewarrior is? Stay tuned for more!!! ๏ฟฝ

Curious to find out what a #remotewarrior is? Stay tuned for more!!! ๐Ÿงโ € โ € Have any questions? Subscribe to our channel (http://www.youtube.com/c/Upstack) for free tips & tricks and more!โ € โ € *โ € โ € #upstack #remotewarrior #developerlife #dev #programming #programmer #coding #codinglife #workremotely #tech #software #softwarengineering #macbookpro #startupgrind #startup #startuplife #business #digitalnomad #venturecapital #investor #startups #enjoy #fun #travel #freelance #it #developer #remote

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webdev.tips. So today, for the first time, I have a tip that partially comes from a

So today, for the first time, I have a tip that partially comes from another user. @housee47 came to me with this cool slideshow made in JavaScript and I only changed the visuals of it by tweaking the HTML and CSS. - To start, we just need a div with the class 'slideshow' on our HTML where we'll later inject the slideshow with JS. We can then go ahead and create our 'script'. - We start by creating a binding that will reference our div. Then we create a binding for a 'count' that will start on 0. Next, we set an array called 'images' where each element will be the path for the images we want on the slideshow. We'll also have a binding for a 'limit' that will be the maximum number of iterations we can do based on the number of images. - Then we add an 'load' event listener on our window object that will create a setTimeout function that will be executed every 2 seconds. This function will check if we can still do another iteration or if it should reset the counter to the start and after that it will update the image of the slideshow based on the 'count' value. - And that is all! We easily get an image slideshow with a few lines of JavaScript. Once again, thanks to @housee47 for this tip and guys, if you also have some cool tips you would like to share here send me a DM! ๐Ÿ“จ - Have a nice Monday guys! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ”ฅ . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #learnhtml #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #jstips #coding #webdevtips #buildupdevs #javascript #slideshow #js #ui

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imago_dei_design. Those graphics though!! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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