Mutual information with Python

Mutual information (MI) is a non-negative value that measures the mutual dependence between two random variables. The mutual information measures the amount of information we can know from one variable by observing the values of the second variable.

The mutual information is a good alternative to Pearson’s correlation coefficient, because it is able to measure any type of relationship between variables, not…

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Data scientist, book author, online instructor (www.trainindata.com) and Python open-source developer. Get our regular updates: http://eepurl.com/hdzffv