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Oversampling for chip classification #868

merged 4 commits into from Feb 4, 2020


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@lmbak lmbak commented Jan 9, 2020


Uses oversampling to the chip classification task to deal with class imbalances.


  • Updated docs/changelog.rst
  • Added needs-backport label if PR is bug fix that applies to previous minor release
  • Ran scripts/format_code and committed any changes
  • Documentation updated if needed
  • PR has a name that won't get you publicly shamed for vagueness


Testing Instructions

  • Create an experiment where the backend includes the rare_classes and desired_prob settings.

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lewfish commented Jan 13, 2020

This looks good to go except that theres' a merge conflict. If you git checkout master and git pull and then go back to this branch and git rebase master you should be prompted to fix the conflict.

sync fork with azavea version
lmbak added 2 commits Jan 14, 2020
Fixed missing commas that cause sytax error

Fixed typo in import
@lewfish lewfish merged commit da4c0b4 into azavea:master Feb 4, 2020
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