This blog is all about the Fashion Recommendation system. It is a unique recommendation system compared with others because here based on provided photo/picture, the system recommends similar clothes or articles worn by the model in the picture. The architecture and design components are inspired by a Paper: Buy Me That Look: An Approach for Recommending Similar Fashion Products.

Agenda

  1. Business problem

1. Business Problem:

The research paper states, in short, is to detect all products in an image and retrieves similar fashion clothes from the database…


This is the 2nd part of our series, the series includes-

  1. Introduction and Exploratory Data Analysis

In the previous blog, we saw a detailed analysis of the data. Now, it’s time to start some feature engineering and building models.

Table of Content-

  1. Baseline Model

1. Baseline Model-

First, we will make predictions only based on the medians of the data and we will use it as our baseline model.

Now, we will use the median of data to make predictions, for each page we have taken the median for each weekday and used it…


We will be creating an end-to-end case study. I have divided this blog into a series of two blogs.

  1. Introduction and Exploratory Data Analysis

Table of Content-

  1. Problem Statement

1. Problem statement-

This is a Kaggle competition problem which was held nearly 4 years ago. In this case study, we will be focusing on a time series problem. Let’s quickly define the Time-series. Time series is a set of observations recorded over regular intervals of time. Time series can be beneficial…

Naman Gupta

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