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Submit your own errata for this product. The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected". The following errata were submitted by our customers and approved as valid errors by the author or editor. Decreasing alpha to 0. Note from the Author or Editor: "red dots" needs to be replaced with "upward pointing triangle", "shown in teal" should be "shown as circles".
Note from the Author or Editor: As described, l-bfgs should always be lbfgs and "algorithm" in the code or in fixed-width in the text should always be "solver". Note from the Author or Editor: Simply remove "red" and "blue" from the text. Note from the Author or Editor: Replace 50x37 with 87x65 everywhere in the text. The next sentence, saying that we do need 'categorical' variables in this case, is correct.
Note from the Author or Editor: "categorical" should be "continuous". Note from the Author or Editor: At the bottom of page , before In: "20 percent" in the text should be replaced by "15 percent" for both occurences. The legend should be sufficient explanation. Please remove the parenthesis. Earlier versions of the book were missing "from IPython import display" in the import statements in the note at the bottom of page 11 top of page 12 in newer versions.
In the output, the value is 0. As it should be, otherwise the explanation wouldn't make sense :. Note from the Author or Editor: Should be "First five rows". In line 5 of 1st paragraph under the topic Jupyter Notebook: The "Jypyter" Notebook makes it easy to incorporate If using newer version of Pandas ie.
Note from the Author or Editor: Which print of the book are you using? This has been corrected in more recent prints. The book references "91 possible combinations of two features within those 13" and further clarifies in the foot note to use "13 choose 2". Note from the Author or Editor: The main text should be "91 possible combinations of two features within those 13 with replacement " The footnote should say "This is 13 interactions for the first feature, plus 12 for the second not involving the first, plus 11 for the third on so on.
Note from the Author or Editor: Should be "The mean squared error is the sum of the squared differences between the predictions and the true values, divided by the number of samples. We could try decreasing alpha even more to improve generalization. Note from the Author or Editor: "decreasing" is correct but the sentence is slightly misleading and should be rephrased, to "We could try decreasing alpha even more to improve test-set score. Value of C in label should be 0. The same for Figure The codes that generate these figures also need fix.
Dataset consists of points. The right part of figure shows the root having 50 points in each class. In explaining Figure , the authors switch from describing the new data points as stars to crosses. It is very confusing. I think the authors meant to say that the new data points are stars.
The authors say that but then go on to mention crosses in the figure. Note from the Author or Editor: I think that is a duplicate, but I'm not sure if this location was reported before. The last line of In should be: ax. Note from the Author or Editor: "bottom right" should be replaced by "bottom left". The book disagrees with the sklearn website on how to scale for SVMs. It should be explained more clearly that the right choice of scaling depends on data and model, and StandardScaler would also be a valid approach.
Note from the Author or Editor: Indeed that's a pretty clear mistake. In a scatter matrix, the diagonal is not pairwise plots, and the upper and lower triangle are transposed. So to show all pairwise interactions, we need to plot all the plots in either the upper or lower triangle of the scatter matrix.
In end of first sentence, " it's negative," shoud be " it's postive" because all features of first component are positive value. Following sentence: "Here, we visualize the reconstruction of some faces using 10, 50, , , or 2, components" Should be changed to: "Here, we visualize the reconstruction of some faces using 10, 50, , or components". I could not fine 'X' around here.
Note from the Author or Editor: "from X for reference" should be "from the mixed measurements X for reference". Page , under figure Note from the Author or Editor: "and color each dot by its class" should be "and represent each sample with a digit corresponding to its class". Note from the Author or Editor: should be "which both provide a quantitative measure with an optimum of one and a value of zero for unrelated clusterings though the ARI can become negative.
Datapoints in cat 'socks' were giving different integer representation, while it should be the same. While the the other side, two different cats 'box','fox' get the same integer representation. Note from the Author or Editor: The integer feature and categorical feature were not intended to represent the same feature in this example.
However, that's not very clear and the example could certainly do with some explanation. In this paragraph, the author was talking about agglomerative clustering. But in the last sentence of this paragraph, the author wrote "This is not surprising, given the results of DBSCAN, which tried to cluster all points together. It would be if you put the "score" method in the table. The following three choices are implemented in scikit-learn ward We now have the forth choice single smallest minimum distance.
Maybe it's worthwhile to mention it. In last sentence, "The second column has entries above 20, Log transformation is applied twice to Poisson data In and In on page of the PDF version resulting in the wrong histogram in figure on page of the PDF version.
The first line of In should be plt. Note from the Author or Editor: Fiorst line in code In should be plt. Note from the Author or Editor: Thank you for reporting. This seems to be a change in a recent pandas version. I think the preferred fix is plt. However, when using cross-validation, each example will be in the training set exactly once: 'the training set' should be 'the test set'.
Note from the Author or Editor: Page , first paragraph, line 8, "training set exactly" should be "test set exactly". Note from the Author or Editor: "test set" should be "validation set", page In, 5th line from bottom. The parameters that were found are scored in the..
Note from the Author or Editor: Last line on page , "scored" should be "stored". For class 1, we get a fairly small recall, and precision is mixed. It looks like 'recall' and 'precision' are swapped. Note from the Author or Editor: "precision" and "recall" should be swapped in that sentence. Page in second print, under Out. The paragraph next to the lobster warns us not to use test sets to set decision thresholds.
Ironically however, that is what the preceding few pages did. Perhaps a sentence should be added to say that that was simply for ease of demonstration. Or the preceding pages could be reworked to use the training data instead.
Note from the Author or Editor: The paragraph should start with "For simplicity, we changed the threshold value based on test-set results in the illustration above. In practice, you need to use a hold-out validation set, not the test-set. Because we need to compute the ROC curve.. Thus, the statement in the last sentence of the 1st paragraph is also incorrect.
The statement indeed is incorrect now and the example needs to be reworked. Note from the Author or Editor: Page in new edition. Should be " predict using the last step" in In. The text says "select the most informative of the 10 features' That should be 10, features given the example above. In Figure , last step : below pipe. Neutral reviews are not included in the dataset. The book suggests replacing HTML line breaks with spaces, but the data including in the book doesn't seem to actually contain these.
Note from the Author or Editor: It should print the zero-th document, which should include a html space or any other that does. Note from the Author or Editor: Clarified to " You need to make sure to restrict the vocabulary in some way, otherwise no words will be "out of vocabulary" during training. Note from the Author or Editor: Indeed, what's printed makes little sense. It isn't described in the book and can't at least easily be understood from searching other resources either.
It would be best to try to explain this further or simplify it. Let's say "Euclidean length 1" instead of "Euclidean norm 1" and add a footnote saying "This simply means each row is divided by its sum of squared entries.
The page reads, "As you can see, there is some improvement when using tf—idf instead of just word counts.
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