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scikit-learn, machine learning and cybercrime attribution

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Published on Jul 10, 2013

Robert Layton
http://2013.pycon-au.org/schedule/300...
The scikit-learn library is a rapidly growing open source toolkit for machine learning in python. It allows for practitioners and researchers to apply machine learning in a variety of applications and is used by companies worldwide. Developed by programmers from around the world, the project has a large (and increasing) number of machine learning algorithms, a very useful set of utility functions and has also spawned a set of detail

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