The StatQuest Introduction to PyTorch

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3 thoughts on “The StatQuest Introduction to PyTorch

  1. I have one column of binary, true/false data “1’s and 0″s”, that I need to predict ahead in excel. I have watched a bunch of your videos but I am still confused as to how to accomplish this ? Any help would be appreciated.

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    My data looks similar to this. How would I predict the next ten steps ahead based on previous data.

    • That’s what is called a “longitudinal” problem and I haven’t covered that class of problems in any of my videos so far. However, I’m going to cover it soon.

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