Overfitting In Machine Learning

Over-fitting.. takes me back.. TY

PERPETUAL ENIGMA

mainLet’s say you are given a small set of data points. These data points can take any form like weight distribution of people, location of people who buy your products, types of smartphones, etc. Now your job is to estimate the underlying model. As in, if an unknown point comes in, you should to be able to fit it into your model. Typical supervised learning stuff! But the problem is that you have very few datapoints to begin with. So how do we accurately estimate that model? Should you really tighten your model to satisfy every single point you have?  

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