superlearner-guide - SuperLearner guide: fitting models, ensembling, prediction, hyperparameters, parallelization, timing, feature selection, etc

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A guide to using SuperLearner for prediction. Also many Coursera offerings and other online classes.

https://github.com/ck37/superlearner-guide

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