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Do you need to adjust the probability if you use the 'class_weight' parameter in LogisticRegression-sklearn?

You seem to be mixing up a few notions that often get mixed up in machine learning work. You start out by saying you want the probabilities and use a logistic regression to estimate them. Outstanding! ...
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How to interpret the results of a classifier when train/test method gives much better results than cross validated one?

What does these varying scores represent, particularly the low scores of cross validation? Together, they represent the fact that error estimtes based on a small number of tested cases are highly ...
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Is it possible to evaluate causal algorithms on real world observational data?

The classic reference comparing observational CI and experiments is LaLonde, Robert J. “Evaluating the Econometric Evaluations of Training Programs with Experimental Data.” The American Economic ...
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Is it possible to evaluate causal algorithms on real world observational data?

It depends on your objective function and data Some of the most basic motivations behind learning causal structure are to find variables to intervene on or to find sets of stable predictors that work ...
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