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By this point, you should have Scikit-Learn already installed. If not, get it, along with Pandas and matplotlib! 1. Introduction — PyMC 2.3.6 documentation. 1.1.
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In this post you will get an overview of the scikit-learn library and useful references of where you can learn more. Where did it come from? Scikit-learn was initially developed by David Cournapeau as a Google summer of code project in 2007. Later Matthieu Brucher joined the project and started to use it as apart of his thesis work. In 2010 INRIA got involved and the first public release (v0.1 beta) was published in late January 2010.