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    NBSVM in R




    Hi, I need some guid in write NBSVM cod in R. pleas help me

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    Re: Share your functions & code

    Hi, who can help me in Naive Bays Support Vector Machine???????????

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    Re: Share your functions & code

    That question isn't really appropriate for this thread. Please make your own thread for that.
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    Re: Share your functions & code

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    Hi, who can help me in Naive Bays Support Vector Machine???????????
    Do you mean Naive Bayes Classifier or SVM with RBF? There is no such thing that has both of them inside?

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    Re: Share your functions & code

    But it`s exist , "NBSVM" and one of package that use in R is pathClass.
    it`s very necessary for me.

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    Re: Share your functions & code

    guide me please , i joint recently

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    Re: Share your functions & code

    You are right, NBSVM exists. Network Based SVM.
    So, that's in R, why don't you use it?

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    Re: Share your functions & code

    really i don`t know how use that. if you are sure about that " not exists " pleas guide me , because a person sad me that it`s exists and you can use the pathClass package in R.

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    Re: Share your functions & code

    Look this paper
    DOI: 10.1109/PCCC.2016.7820655

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    Re: NBSVM in R

    OK, I see, this is SVN-NB and it does not exist in the pathClass package in R.
    My understanding from the abstract is that they used SVM and then Naive Bayes.
    Both of these algorithms exist in the package e1071.

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    Re: NBSVM in R

    Really i mean SVM in Naive Bayes , could you send this cod in e1071 package.
    in fact i done SVM by some Kernel in e1071.

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    Re: NBSVM in R

    So, you know this package. What is it that you want?

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    Re: NBSVM in R

    EhasanZereshki wants to steal precious minutes of your life and have you do something for them without ever really describing what that thing is. Duh.
    Stop cowardice, ban guns!

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    Re: NBSVM in R

    I need a file or any things that guide me for SVM in Naive Bayes , i ran my data by SVM and want run by SVM Naive Bayes in R.

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    I do not know. Read the paper and the manual of e1071.

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