A series where I attempt to not only understand but also do fun things with machine learning — with strangers on the Internet.
Welcome back! If this is the first time you’ve come upon this series, please check out the first article in the series by clicking me. There we discussed regression and used it to build a model that could predict a team’s position based on basic information.
In today’s session, we’re going to get into classification by building a model that can classify a player’s position based on information about a player. All very cool stuff, I know…
A series where I attempt to not only understand, myself, but also do fun things with machine learning — with strangers on the Internet.
This is a series where I attempt to do cool things, practical or not, to learn the concepts of machine learning. While you need to understand the math behind the machine-learning, in this series — I will be doing the hard work for you. I will prepare a Google Colab Notebook and provide you a dataset to practice and run the models with.
All you have to do is learn some of the basic level things…
My story of identity and searching for where I fit.
Ever since I was born, my family and I have been a bunch of nomads stuck together. My father happens to have an adventurous spirit and my mother loves getting swept away and being transported so it was only natural that young me would inherit this quality.
While other kids have lived in certain neighborhoods and certain regions for a big part of their life, my childhood has been a whirlwind — from one city to another. …
Looking at finding a way to find, analyze, and evaluate clinical finishers in the beautiful game.
Special thanks to Soumyajit Bose, Robert Hanson, Dmitry, and Stevie Grieve!
Ever since Erling Haaland became a common-place name in football, the analysts have looked at every possible way to analyze him. From movement runs to striking abilities, Erling Haaland has been sliced and stretched in every way possible. One of those manners has been his /clinical finishing/.
In case you forgot or don’t know about how good he is, just watch this video:
A lot of analysis in this area of the…
Writer. Aspiring Computer & Data Scientist. “We’re made of star stuff. We are a way for the cosmos to know itself “ — Carl Sagan