A machine learning hypothesis is not simply determined by the learning algorithm but also by its hyperparameters (the parameters of the algorithm that have to be fixed prior, and which cannot be learned during the training process) and the selection of variables to be used to achieve the best learned parameters.
In this section, we will explore how to extend the cross-validation approach to find the best hyperparameters that are able to generalize to our test set. We will keep on using the handwritten digits dataset offered by the Scikit-learn package. Here's a useful reminder about how to load the dataset:
In: from sklearn.datasets import load_digits digits = load_digits() X, y = digits.data, digits.target