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### SVM : Support vector machine

The support vector machine is base on the idea of finding the best line or hyperplane that distinctly classifies the data point. SVM can find the best hyperplane in N- dimensions. Here N is the number of features. For example, if you have two features: A, B then the hyperplane is just a line and if there is three features: A, B, and C, your points will be plotted in the corresponding three-dimensional space based on their values for each independent variable. Support vector machine is a powerful supervised machine learning algorithm.

### Understanding Support Vector Machine algorithm from examples (along with code)

Most of the beginners start by learning regression. It is simple to learn and use, but does that solve our purpose? Because, you can do so much more than just Regression! Think of machine learning algorithms as an armory packed with axes, sword, blades, bow, dagger etc. You have various tools, but you ought to learn to use them at the right time.

### Understanding Support Vector Machine algorithm from examples (along with code)

Most of the beginners start by learning regression. It is simple to learn and use, but does that solve our purpose? Because, you can do so much more than just Regression! Think of machine learning algorithms as an armory packed with axes, sword, blades, bow, dagger etc. You have various tools, but you ought to learn to use them at the right time.

### Introduction to Support Vector Machine (SVM)

Every algorithm has its magic. The demand for data forced every data scientist to learn different algorithms. Most of the industries are deeply involved in Machine Learning and are interested in exploring different algorithms. Support Vector Machine is one such algorithm. It is considered as the black box technique as there are unknown parameters that are not so easy to interpret and assume how it works.

### Support Vector Machines: A Concise Technical Overview

Classification is concerned with building a model that separates data into distinct classes. This model is built by inputting a set of training data for which the classes are pre-labeled in order for the algorithm to learn from. The model is then used by inputting a different dataset for which the classes are withheld, allowing the model to predict their class membership based on what it has learned from the training set. Well-known classification schemes include decision trees and Support Vector Machines, among a whole host of others. As this type of algorithm requires explicit class labeling, classification is a form of supervised learning.