Advanced Data Mining Projects with R takes you one step ahead in understanding the most complex data mining algorithms and implementing them in the popular R language. Follow up to our course Data Mining Projects in R, this course will teach you how to build your own recommendation engine. You will also implement dimensionality reduction and use it to build a real-world project. Going ahead, you will be introduced to the concept of neural networks and learn how to apply them for predictions, classifications, and forecasting. Finally, you will implement ggplot2, plotly and aspects of geomapping to create your own data visualization projects.By the end of this course, you will be well-versed with all the advanced data mining techniques and how to implement them using R, in any real-world scenario.
This course will explain how to use scikit-learn to do advanced machine learning. If you follow this course, you should be able to handle quite well a machine learning interview. Even though in that case you will need to study the math with more detail. We'll start by explaining what is the machine learning problem, methodology and terminology. We'll explain what are the differences between AI, machine learning (ML), statistics, and data mining.
OpenCV is a library of programming functions mainly aimed at real-time computer vision. This course will show you how machine learning is great choice to solve real-word computer vision problems and how you can use the OpenCV modules to implement the popular machine learning concepts. The video will teach you how to work with the various OpenCV modules for statistical modelling and machine learning. You will start by preparing your data for analysis, learn about supervised and unsupervised learning, and see how to implement them with the help of real-world examples. The course will also show you how you can implement efficient models using the popular machine learning techniques such as classification, regression, decision trees, K-nearest neighbors, boosting, and neural networks with the aid of C and OpenCV.
Source code (with copious amounts of comments) is attached as a resource with all the code-alongs. Prerequisites: Working knowledge of Python is necessary if you want to run the source code that is provided. Basic knowledge of machine learning, especially ML classification techniques, would be helpful but it's not mandatory. Taught by a Stanford-educated, ex-Googler and an IIT, IIM - educated ex-Flipkart lead analyst. This team has decades of practical experience in quant trading, analytics and e-commerce.
There are many problems associated with analyzing data sets that contain missing data. However, there are various techniques to'fill in,' or impute, missing data values with reasonable estimates based on the characteristics of the data itself and on the patterns of'missingness.' Generally, techniques appropriate for imputing missing values in multivariate normal data and not as useful when applied to non-multivariate-normal data. This Visualization and Imputation of Missing Data course focuses on understanding patterns of'missingness' in a data sample, especially non-multivariate-normal data sets, and teaches one to use various appropriate imputation techniques to "fill in" the missing data. Using the VIM and VIMGUI packages in R, the course also teaches how to create dozens of different and unique visualizations to better understand existing patterns of both the missing and imputed data in your samples.
In this course, we will teach you advanced techniques in machine learning with the latest code in R. Now is the time to take control of your data and start producing superior statistical analysis with R. You will delve into statistical learning theory and supervised learning; design efficient algorithms; learn about creating Recommendation Engines; use multi-class classification and deep learning and more. This course starts with teaching you how to set up the R environment, which includes installing RStudio and R packages. This course aims to excite you with awesome projects focused on analysis, visualization, and machine learning. You will explore, in depth, topics such as data mining, classification, clustering, regression, predictive modeling, anomaly detection, and more.
About this course: How do we infer which genes orchestrate various processes in the cell? How did humans migrate out of Africa and spread around the world? In this class, we will see that these two seemingly different questions can be addressed using similar algorithmic and machine learning techniques arising from the general problem of dividing data points into distinct clusters. In the first half of the course, we will introduce algorithms for clustering a group of objects into a collection of clusters based on their similarity, a classic problem in data science, and see how these algorithms can be applied to gene expression data. In the second half of the course, we will introduce another classic tool in data science called principal components analysis that can be used to preprocess multidimensional data before clustering in an effort to greatly reduce the number dimensions without losing much of the "signal" in the data.
Recitations from Tel-Aviv University introductory course to computer science, assembled as IPython notebooks by Yoav Ram. Exploratory Computing with Python, a set of 15 Notebooks that cover exploratory computing, data analysis, and visualization. No prior programming knowledge required. Each Notebook includes a number of exercises (with answers) that should take less than 4 hours to complete. Developed by Mark Bakker for undergraduate engineering students at the Delft University of Technology.
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