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joy99
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      03-22-2011
Dear Group,

My apology to pose this non python question in this forum. I am trying
to develop one Naive Bayes Classifier and one HMM with Python. But my
question is not related to Python, rather to these two models, whether
I am choosing right parameters, etc for these models.

Python is a chosen language for machine learning and as I come here
pretty often I found this room is filled with very nice people. I
thought if some one would be interested to discuss the issues.

If any one wants to discuss personally if he/she can post his/her
name, I would discuss with him/her.

Sincerely sorry if I have broken norms of the room.

Best Regards,
Subhabrata.
 
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Brian Blais
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      03-23-2011
On Mar 22, 2011, at 7:18 PM, joy99 wrote:

> My apology to pose this non python question in this forum. I am trying
> to develop one Naive Bayes Classifier and one HMM with Python. But my
> question is not related to Python, rather to these two models, whether
> I am choosing right parameters, etc for these models.
>
> Python is a chosen language for machine learning and as I come here
> pretty often I found this room is filled with very nice people. I
> thought if some one would be interested to discuss the issues.
>
> If any one wants to discuss personally if he/she can post his/her
> name, I would discuss with him/her.
>
> Sincerely sorry if I have broken norms of the room.


I'd say this is not the proper forum, but a closer one would be the scipy and numpy groups. You may even be using scipy and numpy to do this, and they may be able to suggest more efficient libraries to call for doing these sorts of models.


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joy99
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      03-23-2011
On Mar 23, 2:57*pm, Brian Blais <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> On Mar 22, 2011, at 7:18 PM, joy99 wrote:
>
> > My apology to pose this non python question in this forum. I am trying
> > to develop one Naive Bayes Classifier and one HMM with Python. But my
> > question is not related to Python, rather to these two models, whether
> > I am choosing right parameters, etc for these models.

>
> > Python is a chosen language for machine learning and as I come here
> > pretty often I found this room is filled with very nice people. I
> > thought if some one would be interested to discuss the issues.

>
> > If any one wants to discuss personally if he/she can post his/her
> > name, I would discuss with him/her.

>
> > Sincerely sorry if I have broken norms of the room.

>
> I'd say this is not the proper forum, but a closer one would be the scipyand numpy groups. *You may even be using scipy and numpy to do this, andthey may be able to suggest more efficient libraries to call for doing these sorts of models.
>
> * * * * * * * * bb
>
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> (E-Mail Removed)://web.bryant.edu/~bblaishttp://bblais.blogspot.com/


Thanks Brian. I'll check. I am not using Scipy/Numpy till, I thought
using Decimal module, but float is giving me fine results.
Any issue if I send the two or three questions? You seem to be a
Professor specialized in this area.
Best Regards,
Subhabrata.
 
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Robert Kern
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      03-23-2011
On 3/22/11 6:18 PM, joy99 wrote:
> Dear Group,
>
> My apology to pose this non python question in this forum. I am trying
> to develop one Naive Bayes Classifier and one HMM with Python. But my
> question is not related to Python, rather to these two models, whether
> I am choosing right parameters, etc for these models.


MetaOptimize is a much better forum for these questions:

http://metaoptimize.com/qa/

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that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had
an underlying truth."
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