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Machine learning is the science of getting machines and computers to act and learn on their own without being programmed explicitly. In just the past decade, this field has given us practical speech recognition, self-driving cars, a greatly improved understanding of the overall human genome, effective web search and much more. Therefore, there is no wondering why machine learning is so pervasive today.
In this audiobook, you will learn more about interpreting machine learning techniques using Python. You will also gain practice as you implement the most popular machine learning techniques on some real-world examples, and you will learn both about the theoretical and practical machine learning implementation using Python's machine learning libraries.
At the end of the audiobook, you will be able to cope with more complex machine learning issues, solving your own problems using Python and its libraries specifically crafted for machine learning.
Here is a preview of hat you'll learn from this audiobook:
Basics behind machine learning techniques
Different machine learning algorithms
Fundamental machine learning applications and their importance
Getting started with machine learning in Python, installing and starting SciPy
Loading data and importing different libraries
Data summarization and data visualization
Evaluation of machine learning models and making predictions
Most commonly used machine learning algorithms, linear and logistic regression, decision trees support vector machines, k-nearest neighbors, random forests
Solving multi-clasisfication problems
Data visualization with Matplotlib and data transformation with Pandas and Scikit-learn
Solving multi-label classification problems
And much, much more
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By Amazon Customer on 06-28-18
Don't buy as audio book
Another poor too-short and unprofessionally done work. I should have known by the short length. Weird audio performance includes things like an entire read of the legal disclaimer before the book, repeated phrases, strange timing and pauses or lack of pauses, and bizarre read throughs of large tables of data! At the very least get the print edition instead, but note that it's only 132 pages. I'm going to look for a real book instead.
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By adam on 05-23-18
I was actually impressed by how much useful information squeezed in such a short book. This book causes me to profoundly make a few information investigation effectively. This is absolutely the best one.
By Reinaldo Costa on 05-23-18
thanks to the author
Python is open source, cross platform and nearly ubiquitous. In fact, if you are using a Mac or Linux system there is a good chance it is already installed on your computer. To check, open up a terminal window and issue the following command. thanks to the author!☺