Ensemble Machine Learning in Python: Random Forest, AdaBoost
Ensemble Machine Learning in Python: Random Forest, AdaBoost. Ensemble Methods: Boosting, Bagging, Boostrap, and Statistical Machine Learning for Data Science in Python
The name of this course is Ensemble Machine Learning in Python: Random Forest, AdaBoost. The knowledge you will get with this indescribable online course is astonishing. Ensemble Methods: Boosting, Bagging, Boostrap, and Statistical Machine Learning for Data Science in Python.
Not only will you be able to deeply internalize the concepts, but also their application in different fields won’t ever be a problem. The instructor is Lazy Programmer Inc., one of the very best experts in this field.
Description of this course: Ensemble Machine Learning in Python: Random Forest, AdaBoost
Course Description In recent years, we’ve seen a resurgence in AI, or fabricado intelligence, and machine learning. Machine learning has led to some amazing results, like being able to analyze medical images and predict diseases on-par with human experts. Google’s AlphaGo program was able to beat a world champion in the strategy game go using deep reinforcement learning. Machine learning is even being used to program self driving cars, which is going to change the automotive industry forever. Imagine a world with drastically reduced car accidents, simply by removing the element of human error. Google famously announced that they are now “machine learning first”, and companies like NVIDIA and Amazon have followed suit, and this is what’s going to drive innovation in the coming years. Machine learning is embedded into all sorts of different products, and it’s used in many industries, like finance, online advertising, medicine, and robotics. It is a widely applicable tool that will benefit you no matter what industry you’re in, and it will also open up a ton of career opportunities merienda you get good. Machine learning also raises some philosophical questions. Are we building a machine that can think? What does it mean to be conscious? Will computers one day take over the world? This course is all about ensemble methods. We’ve already learned some classic machine learning models like k-nearest neighbor and decision tree. We’ve studied their limitations and drawbacks. But what if we could combine these models to eliminate those limitations and produce a much more powerful classifier or regressor? In this course you’ll study ways to combine models like decision trees and logistic regression to build models that can reach much higher accuracies than the colchoneta models they are made of. In particular, we will study the Random Forest and AdaBoost algorithms in detail. To motivate our discussion, we will learn about an important topic in statistical learning, the bias-variance trade-off. We will then study the bootstrap technique and bagging as methods for reducing both bias and variance simultaneously. We’ll do plenty of experiments and use these algorithms on existente datasets so you can see first-hand how powerful they are. Since deep learning is so popular these days, we will study some interesting commonalities between random forests, AdaBoost, and deep learning neural networks. All the materials for this course are FREE. You can download and install Python, Numpy, and Scipy with simple commands on Windows, Linux, or Mac. This course focuses on “how to build and understand”, not just “how to use”. Anyone can learn to use an API in 15 minutes after reading some documentation. It’s not about “remembering facts”, it’s about “seeing for yourself” via experimentation. It will teach you how to visualize what’s happening in the model internally. If you want morethan just a superficial look at machine learning models, this course is for you. NOTES: All the code for this course can be downloaded from my github: /lazyprogrammer/machine_learning_examples In the directory: supervised_class2 Make sure you always “git pull” so you have the latest version! TIPS (for getting through the course): Watch it at 2x.Take handwritten notes. This will drastically increase your ability to retain the information.Write down the equations. If you don’t, I guarantee it will just look like gibberish.Ask lots of questions on the discussion board. The more the better!Realize that most exercises will take you days or weeks to complete. USEFUL COURSE ORDERING: (The Numpy Stack in Python)Linear Regression in PythonLogistic Regression in Python(Supervised Machine Learning in Python)(Bayesian Machine Learning in Python: A/B Testing)Deep Learning in PythonPractical Deep Learning in Theano and TensorFlow(Supervised Machine Learning in Python 2: Ensemble Methods)Convolutional Neural Networks in Python(Easy NLP)(Cluster Analysis and Unsupervised Machine Learning)Unsupervised Deep Learning(Hidden Markov Models)Recurrent Neural Networks in PythonNatural Language Processing with Deep Learning in Python
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Requirements of this course: Ensemble Machine Learning in Python: Random Forest, AdaBoost
What are the requirements? Differential calculus Numpy, Matplotlib, Sci-Kit Learn K-Nearest Neighbors, Decision Trees Probability and Statistics (undergraduate level) Linear Regression, Logistic Regresion
What will you learn in this course: Ensemble Machine Learning in Python: Random Forest, AdaBoost?
What am I going to get from this course? Understand and derive the bias-variance decomposition Understand the bootstrap method and its application to bagging Understand why bagging improves classification and regression performance Understand and implement Random Forest Understand and implement AdaBoost
Target audience of this course: Ensemble Machine Learning in Python: Random Forest, AdaBoost
Who is the target audience? Understand the types of models that win machine learning contests (Netflix prize, Kaggle) Students studying machine learning Professionals who want to apply data science and machine learning to their work Entrepreneurs who want to apply data science and machine learning to optimize their business Students in computer science who want to learn more about data science and machine learning Those who know some basic machine learning models but want to know how today’s most powerful models (Random Forest, AdaBoost, and other ensemble methods) are built