kaggle-for-fun - All my submissions for Kaggle contests that I have been, and going to be participating

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All my submissions for Kaggle contests that I have been, and going to be participating. I will probably have everything written in Python (utilizing scikit-learn or similar libraries), but occasionally I might also use R or Haskell if I can.

https://github.com/lenguyenthedat/kaggle-for-fun

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