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Can anyone please help me understand about random forests?
Posted 12-Nov-11 23:10pm
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Solution 1

Naerling 13-Nov-11 6:15am
My 5. Most sensible answer that can be given to such a question...
Mehdi Gholam 13-Nov-11 6:17am
Yes it is. Thanks
SAKryukov 13-Nov-11 21:49pm
Only it is not the answer to the OP's question. Get my 5 and don't worry: you helped me to answer it :-)
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Solution 2

Yes, somebody can.

(The proof is the post by Mehdi.

I answered your question, but it does not look very useful, does it? This is because you ask incorrect question. Take it into account next time. However, for this very question correcting it makes no sense. Use Wikipedia and Google first, don't waste your own time and time of others.)

Mehdi Gholam 13-Nov-11 22:02pm
Congratulation on hitting 250k!
SAKryukov 13-Nov-11 22:10pm
Thank you, Mehdi.
However, this is not a "round" figure. The next round one is apparently 262144 = 0x40000 = ¼M :-)
And this is not even 250K yet. 250K = 256000. ;-) Both coming soon, I hope. :-)

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