Earthquake Prediction Through Sunspots Part II: common Data Mining Mistakes!
While I was writing the last post I was wondering how long before my followers will notice the mistakes I introduced into the experiments.
Let’s start the treasure hunt!
1. Don’t always trust your data: often they are not homogeneous.
In the post I put in relation the quakes in the range time between [~1800,1999] with the respective sunspots distribution.
A good data miner must always check his dataset! you should always ask to yourself whether the data have been produced in a congruent way.
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