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Product matching in Price2Spy Previous topic:  (Part #5) ML training Implementation Next topic: (Part #7) Post-processing How do you know if your ML model works fine? The answer is seemingly simple: you run all of the potential matching combinations through Random Forest (RF), in order to get a matching score of each combination. Then, if...
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Product matching in Price2Spy Previous topic: (Part #4) Preparing the ML training set Next topic: (Part #6) Evaluating ML training results Our very first implementation step was a bit non-standard. While most of ML is done in Python, Price2Spy is a Java shop. We respect other technologies, but our love and our choice go to...
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Product matching in Price2Spy Previous topic: (Part #3) For ML experts – why is product matching so difficult? Next topic: (Part #5) ML training Implementation This part was particularly tough. When performing the product matching, one would need to match Set A (Products from Website A) to Set B (Products from Website B). However, in...
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Product matching in Price2Spy Previous topic: (Part #2) Product matching via Machine Learning – Important decisions to be made Next topic: (Part #4) Preparing the ML training set This chapter is of technical nature, and it explains the difficulties Price2Spy’s team had to overcome when building the ML model for product matching. 1. Computation size...
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Product matching in Price2Spy Previous topic: (Part #1) Product matching via Machine Learning – Introduction to the project Next topic: (Part #3) Product matching via Machine Learning – For ML experts – why is product matching so difficult? Before kicking the project off, we had to make some really important decisions regarding the project scope....
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Product matching in Price2Spy Previous topic: Abstract Next topic: Product matching via Machine Learning – Important decisions to be made In the last couple of years, we have all witnessed the rise of new technology – Artificial Intelligence, or as we in Price2Spy prefer to call it: Machine Learning (ML). The whole concept was new...
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Product matching in Price2Spy Next topic: (#Part1) Product matching via Machine Learning – Introduction to the project Price2Spy will soon be launching something no other price monitoring tool in the world offers – Product matching assisted by Machine Learning (ML). We are very proud of this project – it took us 18 months of hard...
17 June 2020 - 14:46, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
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Price2Spy clients are already familiar with the fact that when it comes to product matching we are so sensitive. We have 3 different methods; Manual matching, Automatch, Hybrid Automatch, and whatever method we advise, we always make sure to offer the best one based on your business needs. That being said, we have quite some...
28 May 2020 - 14:15, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
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In case you’re using our Repricing Module or planning to use it, there are new features that you should check out. 1. Based on your own pricing strategies, this new feature enables you to spot repricing indications on a single product page easily. So, if there is a repricing opportunity applicable for a product, your...
28 May 2020 - 11:14, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
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You often hear that setting the right pricing strategy for your business is the hardest thing to do. Over the years pricing professionals have come up with metrics for your pricing efforts – and it’s called Price Index. The price index represents the average of prices for given products (or services) during a certain period....
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