Issue #36 - Multivariate Time Series models in Keras
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In previous issues, we’ve seen how to train a univariate model using XGBoost. That was great, but imagine you want to use multiple features to predict multiple targets. You can’t do that with XGBoost. That’s why in this week’s article we introduce a way of doing so by using Neural Networks with Keras and TensorFlow. First, we introduce a basic way of training them, followed by a series of more advanced functionalities to give you more control over your model. Check it out here:
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