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Loading CSV files with node.js in a form suitable for use in statistical/machine learning algorithms.


This is my working of an example from the Machine Learning with Javascript course.


Uses the following npm modules:


$ npm install


The example.js demonstrates loading a simple CSV file (example.csv) with:

  • conversion of the passed column to boolean
  • shuffle and split to data and test set

Example run:

$ node example.js
features: [ [ 12, 22 ], [ 11, 21 ] ]
labels:  [ [ true ], [ false ] ]
testFeatures [ [ 10, 20 ] ]
testLabels:  [ [ true ] ]

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