In this video Jeremy explains in a very intuitive way, how Naive Bayes works. The example that he uses, is a 2-class problem. The review has either `positive`

or `negative`

labels. Let’s assume I have a 3-class problem: `positive`

, `negative`

and `neutral`

.

How do you apply his approach to a 3-class problem? How would the parameters (code) change in this case?