Monthly Archives: May 2013

All learning is technology-enhanced learning

I’m participating this week in a series of workshops on teaching, learning, and technology. There’s a lot of talk about what you have to consider when you’re implementing a technology-enhanced learning project. We’re supposed to think about how the technological

Posted in Teaching

LMGTFY is the new RTFM

Some of you may have seen an earlier version of this graph, which I uploaded to Facebook: You can see in this graph that the support vector machine (SVM) worked really well, and correlation feature subset (CFS) gave really lousy

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Thing-a-day #19: Preliminary quantitative results

Today I finally finished debugging my automated tagger and ran some classification experiments. I’m using some machine learning algorithms from the Weka software package:

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