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In defence of "My Machine Learning currently has an accuracy of x%, which is pretty good. Can it go even higher", let's take a hypothetical scenario. Problem: OP has a well-written code for a machine learning task that uses proper syntax and runs optimally fast BUT his model doesn't fit the data as well as they expected. Phrase 1: "I have a ...


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Far as I remember, one of the votes to migrate to SO is from me. The one thing generally making me choose close is should not be answered as is (and I can't promptly edit to may as well be answered). This seemed asking for a suitable mechanism for one particular problem rather than a code review - all the more so with three identical statements in one if-...


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Thank you for calling us out on this. From my perspective One would think that after 3352 CV reviews a user in the review queues should know what he or she is doing. I admit that I was the fifth reviewer and I came into it, seeing that it had: 1 CV for missing context 2 votes for migration I.I.R.C. 1 vote for needs more detail. Regretfully I didn't fully ...


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There is something to be said about handling questions that get resurfaced "organically" vs. actively seeking out older questions and flagging / closing them. Since this question was surfaced by an edit (albeit one that was triggered through some tool assistance), I would want to evaluate the question according to the current standards. It's not ...


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Just vote to close I don't see a compelling historical value to this question. So no need to lock and keep; just treat it the same as any newer question.


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