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Essentially, any data you use to train or develop the model shouldn't be used as test data. In principle, "unseen" data gives a good estimate for the generalisation performance of the model; but this is only valid if the data really is unseen and hasn't been used in the model development process. If you've been tuning a model to increase its ...


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First of all, as mentioned by @Neil Slater in the comment - you need to have three splits into the train, validation and test set. One sometimes disregards the difference between validation and test set. However they serve for different purposes. Here I would like to cite https://machinelearningmastery.com/difference-test-validation-datasets/ : Validation ...


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