Week 4: Tracing Errors

Mar 18, 2019

Howdy!

This Week:

I am cleaning the data using the tips my internal advisor has provided me with. I am also starting to write a machine learning algorithm which classifies the song artist and popularity. This is the first step in identifying and later predicting song popularity.

I also began to have troubles with the PyCharm CE environment and hence switched to using command line + sublime text — I find this much easier and simpler to work with.

Last but not least, I encountered an error with the dataset while conversing with my internal advisors. The hdf5 files were structured like a tree, and the script I had written to generate the CSV file was not picking up the year the song was built accurately for every data point. Hence, I tried to clear this error by rerunning the script to generate another 10,000 songs, and using Excel tools to clear all entries without a year in their tags.

Till Next Time,

Swarit 😀

3 Replies to “Week 4: Tracing Errors”

  1. Nathan L. says:

    I don’t have any background in CS, but it sure seems like you know what you’re doing Swarit! I love the concept of your project and how relevant it is.

  2. Anjali S. says:

    This project reminds me of Mark Zuckerberg’s Synapse creation…if all works out, maybe this project could be even better…

  3. Ray L. says:

    Quick Comment on Week 3, I seem to be unable to access the blog post (sorry about that). Swarit, you have succeed in breaking my computer through unlimited redirects (https://siliconvalley.basisindependent.com/2019/03/10/week-3-%E0%A4%AF%E0%A5%8B%E0%A4%9C%E0%A4%A8%E0%A4%BE-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/?-the-plan/)

    Onto the comments for this week: It’s great that you are able to find and fix the bugs in your program, especially writing another program to automate the fixing. Can’t wait to see how the project progresses!

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