Identifying to which category an object belongs to.
Predicting a continuous-valued attribute associated with an object.
Automatic grouping of similar objects into sets.
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- November 2016. scikit-learn 0.18.1 is available for download (Changelog).
- September 2016. scikit-learn 0.18.0 is available for download (Changelog).
- November 2015. scikit-learn 0.17.0 is available for download (Changelog).
- March 2015. scikit-learn 0.16.0 is available for download (Changelog).
- July 2014. scikit-learn 0.15.0 is available for download (Changelog).
- July 14-20th, 2014: international sprint. During this week-long sprint, we gathered 18 of the core contributors in Paris. We want to thank our sponsors: Paris-Saclay Center for Data Science & Digicosme and our hosts La Paillasse, Criteo, Inria, and tinyclues.
- August 2013. scikit-learn 0.14 is available for download (Changelog).
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