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Create a Complete ML Pipeline | Pipelines
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ML Introduction with scikit-learn

Create a Complete ML Pipeline Create a Complete ML Pipeline

Now let's build a proper pipeline with the final estimator. As a result, we will get a trained prediction pipeline that can be used for predicting new instances simply by calling the .predict() method.
To train a predictor (model), you need y to be encoded. This is done separately from the Pipeline we build for X.
Remember that LabelEncoder is used for encoding the target.

You have the same Penguins dataset.
The task is to build a pipeline with KNeighborsClassifier as a final estimator, train it, and predict values for the X itself.
Since the predictions will be encoded (0, 1, or 2), we will use the .inverse_transform() method of LabelEncoder to get the predictions back to 'Adelie', 'Chinstrap', or 'Gentoo'.

Task

  1. Encode the y variable using the LabelEncoder.
  2. Make a pipeline containing ct, SimpleImputer, StandardScaler, and KNeighborsClassifier (in that order).
  3. Train the pipe object.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 6
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ML Introduction with scikit-learn

Create a Complete ML Pipeline Create a Complete ML Pipeline

Now let's build a proper pipeline with the final estimator. As a result, we will get a trained prediction pipeline that can be used for predicting new instances simply by calling the .predict() method.
To train a predictor (model), you need y to be encoded. This is done separately from the Pipeline we build for X.
Remember that LabelEncoder is used for encoding the target.

You have the same Penguins dataset.
The task is to build a pipeline with KNeighborsClassifier as a final estimator, train it, and predict values for the X itself.
Since the predictions will be encoded (0, 1, or 2), we will use the .inverse_transform() method of LabelEncoder to get the predictions back to 'Adelie', 'Chinstrap', or 'Gentoo'.

Task

  1. Encode the y variable using the LabelEncoder.
  2. Make a pipeline containing ct, SimpleImputer, StandardScaler, and KNeighborsClassifier (in that order).
  3. Train the pipe object.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 6
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