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Apr 27, 2021

It is a classification task in which each sample is mapped with a set of target labels. An example of multi-label classification is: a news article that can be about a person, location, and sports at the same time. Types of Classification Algorithms. In R, classification algorithms are broadly classified in the following types: Linear classifier

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