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Features Scaling and Normalization in Python

In this article, I will explain what is feature normalization, why it is important and how it can be done in python.

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The data usually comes in various forms. Features may consist of numbers, dates, text, or as a defined set of values, for instance {true, false}.




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Zahra Ahmad

Zahra Ahmad

MSc in Data Science, I love to extract the hell out of any raw data, sexy plots and figures are my coffee

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