Subject archive for "feature-engineering"

Machine Learning

Everything You Need to Know about Feature Stores

Features are input for machine learning models. The most efficient way to use them across an organization is in a feature store that automates the data transformations, stores them and makes them available for training and inference.

By Artem Oppermann11 min read

Data Science

Bringing Machine Learning to Agriculture

At The Climate Corporation, we aim to help farmers better understand their operations and make better decisions to increase their crop yields in a sustainable way. We’ve developed a model-driven software platform, called Climate FieldView™, that captures, visualizes, and analyzes a vast array of data for farmers and provides new insight and personalized recommendations to maximize crop yield. FieldView™ can incorporate grower-specific data, such as historical harvest data and operational data streaming in from special devices, including (our FieldView Drive) that are installed in tractors, combines, and other farming equipment. It incorporates public and third-party data sets, such as weather, soil, satellite, elevation data and proprietary data, such as genetic information of seed hybrids that we acquire from our parent company, Bayer.

By Jeff Melching10 min read

Addison-Wesley Professional

Manual Feature Engineering

Many thanks to AWP Pearson for the permission to excerpt "Manual Feature Engineering: Manipulating Data for Fun and Profit" from the book, Machine Learning with Python for Everyone by Mark E. Fenner.

By Andrea Lowe53 min read

Data Science

Feature Engineering: A Framework and Techniques 

This Domino Field Note provides highlights and excerpted slides from Amanda Casari’s “Feature Engineering for Machine Learning” talk at QCon Sao Paulo. Casari is the Principal Product Manager + Data Scientist at Concur Labs. Casari is also the co-author of the book, Feature Engineering for Machine Learning: Principles and Techniques for Data Scientists. The full video of the talk is available here and special thanks to Amanda for providing permission to Domino to excerpt the talk’s slides in this Domino Field Note.

By Ann Spencer11 min read

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