Kaggle's titanic problem in clojure

by paul, on 11.11.2012

I've been getting more into machine learning recently, and after the Hadoop World conference in October, I've registered on kaggle.com and started their titanic competition. Their initial tutorial uses excel, which I don't own, so I decided to code their Getting started with Excel guide in clojure.

My code, which could surely use some improvement, is on github here. It's basic stuff: mostly summing and aggregation functionality. This is really a very basic example of data manipulation, and doesn't get into machine learning at all. I really look forward to getting my hands dirty updating this code in accordance with the python tutorial they provide, as well.

Categories: Technology, Clojure