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neomatrix369/awesome-ai-ml-dl

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PostgreSQL and Machine Learning

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I will show you how to apply Machine Learning algorithms on data from the PostgreSQL database to get insights and predictions. I will use an Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) supervised. It is an open-source python package. Thanks to AutoML I will get quick access to many ML algorithms: Decision Tree, Logistic Regression, Random Forest, Xgboost, Neural Network. The AutoML will handle feature engineering as well.


Decision Trees for Machine Learning From Scratch

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Learn to build decision trees for applied machine learning from scratch in Python. Decision trees are one of the hottest topics in Machine Learning. They dominate many Kaggle competitions nowadays. This course covers both fundamentals of decision tree algorithms such as CHAID, ID3, C4.5, CART, Regression Trees and its hands-on practical applications. Besides, we will mention some bagging and boosting methods such as Random Forest or Gradient Boosting to increase decision tree accuracy.


nidhaloff/igel

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The goal of the project is to provide machine learning for everyone, both technical and non technical users. I needed a tool sometimes, which I can use to fast create a machine learning prototype. Whether to build some proof of concept or create a fast draft model to prove a point. I find myself often stuck at writing boilerplate code and/or thinking too much of how to start this. Therefore, I decided to create igel.


Are categorical variables getting lost in your random forests?

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Many real-world datasets include a mix of continuous and categorical variables. The defining property of the latter is that they do not permit a total ordering. A major advantage of decision tree models and their ensemble counterparts, random forests, is that they are able to operate on both continuous and categorical variables directly. In contrast, most other popular models (e.g., generalized linear models, neural networks) must instead transform categorical variables into some numerical analog, usually by one-hot encoding them to create a new dummy variable for each level of the original variable: One-hot encoding can lead to a huge increase in the dimensionality of the feature representations. For example, one-hot encoding U.S. states adds 49 dimensions to the intuitive feature representation. In addition, one-hot encoding erases important structure in the underlying representation by splitting a single feature into many separate ones.


10 Machine Learning Algorithms You Need to Know

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If you've just started to explore the ways that machine learning can impact your business, the first questions you're likely to come across are what are all of the different types of machine learning algorithms, what are they good for, and which one should I choose for my project? This post will help you answer those questions. There are a few different ways to categorize machine learning algorithms. One way is based on what the training data looks like. Another way to classify algorithms--and one that's more practical from a business perspective--is to categorize them based on how they work and what kinds of problems they can solve, which is what we'll do here.


Machine Learning Classification Bootcamp in Python

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Free Coupon Discount - Build 10 Practical Projects and Advance Your Skills in Machine Learning Using Python and Scikit Learn Created by Dr. Ryan Ahmed, Ph.D., MBA, Kirill Eremenko, Hadelin de Ponteves, Mitchell Bouchard, SuperDataScience Team Students also bought Machine Learning A-Z: Hands-On Python & R In Data Science Python for Data Science and Machine Learning Bootcamp Machine Learning, Data Science and Deep Learning with Python Machine Learning with Javascript A Beginner's Guide To Machine Learning with Unity Preview this Udemy Course GET COUPON CODE Description Are you ready to master Machine Learning techniques and Kick-off your career as a Data Scientist?! You came to the right place! Machine Learning skill is one of the top skills to acquire in 2019 with an average salary of over $114,000 in the United States according to PayScale! The total number of ML jobs over the past two years has grown around 600 percent and expected to grow even more by 2020. This course provides students with knowledge, hands-on experience of state-of-the-art machine learning classification techniques such as Logistic Regression Decision Trees Random Forest Naïve Bayes Support Vector Machines (SVM) In this course, we are going to provide students with knowledge of key aspects of state-of-the-art classification techniques.


Machine Learning for Data Analysis

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Over the course of an hour, an unsolicited email skips your inbox and goes straight to spam, a car next to you auto-stops when a pedestrian runs in front of it, and an ad for the product you were thinking about yesterday pops up on your social media feed. What do these events all have in common? It's artificial intelligence that has guided all these decisions. And the force behind them all is machine-learning algorithms that use data to predict outcomes. Now, before we look at how machine learning aids data analysis, let's explore the fundamentals of each.


13 Algorithms and 4 Learning Methods of Machine Learning

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According to the similarity of the function and form of the algorithm, we can classify the algorithm, such as tree-based algorithm, neural network-based algorithm, and so on. Of course, the scope of machine learning is very large, and it is difficult for some algorithms to be clearly classified into a certain category. Regression algorithm is a type of algorithm that tries to explore the relationship between variables by using a measure of error. Regression algorithm is a powerful tool for statistical machine learning. In the field of machine learning, when people talk about regression, sometimes they refer to a type of problem and sometimes a type of algorithm.


Random Forest Vs XGBoost Tree Based Algorithms

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In machine learning, we mainly deal with two kinds of problems that are classification and regression. There are several different types of algorithms for both tasks. But we need to pick that algorithm whose performance is good on the respective data. Ensemble methods like Random Forest, Decision Tree, XGboost algorithms have shown very good results when we talk about classification. These algorithms give high accuracy at fast speed.