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May 12, 2022, 12:41 a.m. | /u/professorquacker

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I have a project I’m starting on at my first DS job. Our data set consists of individual strings that need to be classified into one of two categories, call them A or B. The person working on this before me was simply classifying into these groups by the presence of certain keywords. The lead on the project however wants a more Machine Learning approach, partially for functionality and partially I think just to show that our team can do …

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