Foren Power

01/20/2021, 12:50 AM
When it's not a bad time, the most challenging problem in machine learning that I've seen. How to handle multiple dependent variables with Orchest. In-case anyone wants to take this impossible challenge, I added 15 second sample MOBA video game win/loss/tie ratio optimization. VariablesToGuess sheet = Dependent Variables KnownVariables sheet = Independent Variables Not that we have to use this specific example. I just made it because I wanted it to be a little more fun for you.

Rick Lamers

01/20/2021, 8:14 AM
This shouldn’t give too many issues in Orchest. Any particular issues that you’re running into? Maybe I can help. Not exactly sure whether I can make sense of the problem given the contents of the file. Do you have some more context?

Foren Power

01/22/2021, 11:26 PM
Attached is a more visual flow chart. (Not as cool as Orchest, but inspiration taken from your program). Adding multiple dependent variables is so difficult. For example to the California Housing Estimation example or this DOTA one. An idea is to estimate each dependent variable by itself. How could one add a multiple dependent variable problem to your California Housing Example?
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Also, added a simplified version of all, dependent, and independent variables. Just in-case interested.