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good day

I have a problem where i have 9 data points that are collected every minute for 40 minutes, and by the 40th minute the solution would be either end up being black or white.

I would like to set up a neural network; which would take the live input of every minute; and I was hoping within the 25-30 minute mark to predict the outcome of what the results would be at 40 minute; which is a classification.

I have over 3000 historical runs of this experiment; each containing 40 rows of 9 columns data per experiment.

What network would I need to set up; so that it can learn from each run at every minute mark per experiment with the results; and then set it up for live input, when the experiment is running again.

i feel like I might need more than one system to accomplish this; any help in pointing me towards the right path would be greatly appreciated

I am using python (keras) to try to solve this problem.

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So it seems any time series modeling would do the trick. If you new to neural nets and seems you want to play with keras, maybe start by throwing it into a simple LSTM.

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  • $\begingroup$ thank you for your answer; I will investigate LSTM networks. Much appreciated $\endgroup$ – Rad D May 31 at 19:50

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