Over a century old, this form of data mining is still being used very intensively by statisticians and machine learners alike. We explore nearest neighbor learning, k-nearest-neighbor, kernel methods and locally weighted polynomial regression. Software and data for the algorithms in this tutorial are available from http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~awm/vizier. The example figures in this slide-set were created with the same software and data.
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