[Spambayes] More back-patting - my brain's first FP where bayes got it right

Skip Montanaro skip@pobox.com
Tue Nov 19 20:09:32 2002

    Tim> [Toby Dickenson]
    >> Why exclude spams that score 100 from training?  Even these really
    >> spammy spams might contain clues that would help to classify other
    >> more marginal spam.

    Tim> Absolutely, but that's a different experiment.  I've already done
    Tim> "proper" training and know it works great for me.  These are
    Tim> experiments in doing silly training.  

If you're taking notes on this in various files in CVS I wouldn't call it
"silly training".  How about "realistic training"?


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