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I have two datasets, one of animal migration patterns (collected over the course of a couple years) that consists of many points on an x, y plane (latitude, longitude), and the other of ocean surface temperatures (also a set of xlat, ylong points). What kind of neural network can be used, if any, to see some pattern, or correlate the two sets, so that I could alter the temperature data and have the network predict how the migration pattern changes? Is this a feasible use of an artificial neural network?

I have two datasets, one of animal migration patterns (collected over the course of a couple years) that consists of many points on an x, y plane, and the other of ocean surface temperatures (also a set of x, y points). What kind of neural network can be used, if any, to see some pattern, or correlate the two sets, so that I could alter the temperature data and have the network predict how the migration pattern changes? Is this a feasible use of an artificial neural network?

I have two datasets, one of animal migration patterns (collected over the course of a couple years) that consists of many points on an x, y plane (latitude, longitude), and the other of ocean surface temperatures (also a set of lat, long points). What kind of neural network can be used, if any, to see some pattern, or correlate the two sets, so that I could alter the temperature data and have the network predict how the migration pattern changes? Is this a feasible use of an artificial neural network?

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What kind of Neural Network (if any) could fit two sets of data points?

I have two datasets, one of animal migration patterns (collected over the course of a couple years) that consists of many points on an x, y plane, and the other of ocean surface temperatures (also a set of x, y points). What kind of neural network can be used, if any, to see some pattern, or correlate the two sets, so that I could alter the temperature data and have the network predict how the migration pattern changes? Is this a feasible use of an artificial neural network?