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### Decision tree in Mathematica

edgeLabels = {"YES", "NO"}; leaves = AssociationThread[edgeLabels, {"Fit", "Unfit"}]; ...
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### Decision tree in Mathematica

You can display it like a binary tree where every vertex has a left and a right branch. ...
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### Decision tree in Mathematica

Graph allows a lot of customization: e.g. ...
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### Using AI to get the geographic locations of a list of banks

Iam looking to locate them on the world map, Yes. But not on map. Using the Wolfram language AI command LLMFunction. see this how to install and use. Ofcourse this plugin just talks to chatGPT on the ...
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### How to do BayesianMinimization in 2D?

The following works: BayesianMinimization[Sin[#[[1]]] + Cos[#[[2]]] &, Rectangle[{-3, -3}, {3, 3}]] or ...
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### StandardizedVector returned by FeatureExtract/FeatureExtraction is not the same as Standardize

The two methods differ in how they interpret the variance. Namely, Standardize uses the sample variance (where you divide by $n-1$), and ...
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### Stable diffusion models in WL?

Stable Diffusion-v1 is in the WNNR(https://resources.wolframcloud.com/NeuralNetRepository/resources/Stable-Diffusion-V1/).

### Evaluating a questionnaire from image

First I start by identifying the vertical position of each question number. You can see that the answer boxes on the right for each question line up nicely with the bulleted question number on the ...
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### Living or Non-Living?

Since you opened the case for "other workarounds"--Here's a way you can do it with the new LLMFunction in 13.3 (by default will use GPT-3.5, Temperature = 0K as default): ...
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You may do this elementwise like e.g.: n = 3; xs = Array[x, n]; ys = Array[y, n]; ms = Array[m, {n, n}]; c = Total[(xs . ms - ys)^2]; D[c, {ys}] // MatrixForm
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### FeatureSpacePlot output differs in documentation vs. a notebook

The default font size in documentation is different than in your notebook. For example, in my case, it is 13 in the notebook and 12 in the documentation. (You can go to the menu ...
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### Generating molecules using a GAN in Mathematica

You may be restricting yourself to overly complicated techniques in particular GANs. There are far simpler methods for generating molecules and in fact statistical models such as Markovian text ...
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### How to ImageRestyle high-res images?

I'd like to answer this old question, because the issue seems to be resolve in later versions of Wolfram Language. \$Version 14.0.0 for Mac OS X x86 (64-bit) I get ...
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