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[P] Open source library to perform entity embeddings on categorical variables using Convolutional Neural Networks [+ Unit Tests, Code Coverage and Continuous Integration]

In the past 2 years I have been working as a Machine Learning developer, mostly with tabular data, and I’ve developed a tool to perform entity embeddings on categorical variables using CNN with Keras. I tried pretty much to make it easy to use and flexible to most of the existent scenarios (regression, binary and multi-class classification), but if you find any other need or issue to be fixed, do not hesitate to ask.

I tried to add some cool stuff on the project, such as unit tests, code coverage with Codacy, continuous integration with Travis CI and auto deployment to PyPi and auto-generated documentation with Sphinx and ReadTheDocs, so if any of you is interested in how to setup your project to have these features, feel free to use it as a base project.

Looking forward to any reviews about the source code. Any tip to improve the readability or even performance, its really welcome and well appreciated.



Code coverage (nowadays reaching 97%):

Thanks and I hope it can help somebody out there 🙂

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