Imagine if you could get all the tips and tricks you need to tackle a binary classification problem on Kaggle or anywhere else. I have gone over 10 Kaggle competitions including:
- Toxic Comment Classification Challenge $35,000
- TalkingData AdTracking Fraud Detection Challenge $25,000
- IEEE-CIS Fraud Detection $20,000
- Jigsaw Multilingual Toxic Comment Classification $50,000
- RSNA Intracranial Hemorrhage Detection $25,000
- SIIM-ACR Pneumothorax Segmentation $30,000
- Jigsaw Unintended Bias in Toxicity Classification $65,000
- Santander Customer Transaction Prediction $65,000
- Microsoft Malware Prediction $25,000
- Humpback Whale Identification $25,000
– and pulled out that information for you.
Dealing with imbalance problems
Cross-validation + proper evaluation
Averaging over multiple seeds
Average different models
Repositories and open solutions
Repos with open source solutions
Image based solutions
Tabular based solutions
Text classification based solutions
Hopefully, this article gave you some background into binary classification tips and tricks, as well as, some tools and frameworks that you can use to start competing.
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