Nowadays, we can vectorize everything such as numbers, words, sentences, etc. Why do we need to vectorize everything? We want to make everything countable and measurable so that we can apply many complicated statistical algorithms for it. That is why vectorization is one of the most important things in feature engineering. However, we do not discuss further those concepts in this notebook. Instead of that, this notebook shows how we calculate the distance between two vectors/observations by using different distance techniques.
It is clear that different normalization will be used for different purposes with different datasets. It is possible to use only one normalization technique for a particular dataset. Also, it is possible to use mixed normalization techniques (more than 2) for a different dataset. This notebook shows how we deal with the numeric data with different scale by using normalization techniques.
Last week, I attended the IoT & Industry 4.0 networking event which was held by Swinburne Engineering Student's Society (SESS) club. This is one of the most valuable networking events I have ever attended because I learned many things from the event. Therefore, I can't wait to share with you things that I learned from the event.
In this post, you will learn more about the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). Also, I share my unforgettable experience in this contest. Furthermore, there are some motivated quotes I have after the contests.
After knowing some C# syntaxes, method, and class, it's a time to learn more about Object-Oriented Principles (OOP). Thus, I will cover most of the things about OOP - OOP Goals, Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism, etc. - in this #3 tutorial.
In the last post, I introduced to you some basic concepts about method in C# programming language. Also, you knew why the method is necessary and how you can use it to make an efficient program. In this second post of the #2 tutorial, I will introduce to you some basic concept about class in C# programming language.
In the #2 tutorial, I will cover 2 other concepts that support you to make an efficient program. [Method | Class]. To make it easy to follow, I will separate the #2 tutorial into 2 parts. I will cover the knowledge about [Method] in this part and the knowledge about [Class] in the next part.
In this first tutorial, you will learn more about 2 things. 1.Which IDE did I use for my project? How to use it? 2.A few basic syntaxes in C# programming language.
This is the Question and Answer game which can be used in many purposes. For example, students can use it for measuring how well they understand their school. Another useful purpose is that parents are able to know how well they understand their children.
I'm going to introduce some team collaboration tools that I'm using for study and work projects in this post.