Naive Bayes Classification in R (Part 2)

Following on from Part 1 of this two-part post, I would now like to explain how the Naive Bayes classifier works before applying it to a classification problem involving breast cancer data.┬áThe dataset is sourced from Matjaz Zwitter and Milan Soklic from the Institute of Oncology, University Medical Center in Ljubljana, Slovenia (formerly Yugoslavia) and… Continue reading Naive Bayes Classification in R (Part 2)

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Naive Bayes Classification in R (Part 1)

Introduction A very useful machine learning method which, for its simplicity, is incredibly successful in many real world applications is the Naive Bayes classifier. I am currently taking a machine learning module as part of my data science college course and this week's practical work involved a classification problem using the Naive Bayes method. I… Continue reading Naive Bayes Classification in R (Part 1)