Learn Python, NumPy, Scipy, Pandas, Jupyter, Scikit-learn, Regression, Clustering, Classification, Support Vector Machines, Random Forests, Decision Trees and Dimensionality Reduction From Industry Experts
Have you ever wondered how self-driving cars are running on roads or how Netflix recommends the movies which you may like or how Amazon recommends you products or how Google search gives you such an accurate results or how speech recognition in your smartphone works or how the world champion was beaten at the game of Go?
Machine learning is behind these innovations. In the recent times, it has been proven that machine learning and deep learning approach to solving a problem gives far better accuracy than other approaches. This has led to a Tsunami in the area of Machine Learning.
Most of the domains that were considered specializations are now being merged into Machine Learning. This has happened because of the following:
Every domain of computing such as data analysis, software engineering, and artificial intelligence is going to be impacted by Machine Learning. Therefore, every engineer, researcher, manager or scientist would be expected to know Machine Learning.
So naturally, you are excited about Machine learning and would love to dive into it. This specialization is designed for those who want to gain hands-on experience in solving real-life problems using machine learning and deep learning. After finishing this specialization, you will find creative ways to apply your learnings to your work. For example
See you in the specialization and happy learning!
Training a Binary classification, Performance Measures, Confusion Matrix, Precision and Recall, Precision/Recall Tradeoff, The ROC Curve, Multiclass Classification, Multilabel Classification, Multioutput Classification
Linear Regression, Gradient Descent, Polynomial Regression, Learning Curves, Regularized Linear Models, Logistic Regression
Linear SVM Classification, Nonlinear SVM Classification, SVM Regression
Training and Visualizing a Decision Tree, Making Predictions, Estimating Class Probabilities, The CART Training Algorithm, Gini Impurity or Entropy, Regularization Hyperparameters, Regression, Instability
Voting Classifiers, Bagging and Pasting, Random Patches and Random Subspaces, Random Forests, Boosting, Stacking
The Curse of Dimensionality, Main Approaches for Dimensionality Reduction, PCA, Kernel PCA, LLE, Other Dimensionality Reduction Techniques
We start Machine Learning course with this end-to-end project. Learn various data manipulation, visualization and cleaning techniques using various libraries of Python like Pandas, Scikit-Learn and Matplotlib.
The MNIST dataset is considered as "Hello World!" of Machine Learning. Write your first classification logic. Starting with Binary Classification learn Multiclass, Multilabel, Multi-output classification and different error analysis techniques.
Build a model which takes noisy image as an input and outputs the clean image.
IRIS dataset contains 3 classes of 50 instances each, where each class refers to a type of iris plant. The three classes in this dataset are Setosa, Versicolor, and Verginica. Learn Decision Trees, CART algorithm and Ensemble method. Then use Random Forest classifier to make predictions.
The sinking of the RMS Titanic is one of the most infamous shipwrecks in history. In this project, you build a model to predict which passengers survived the tragedy.
Build a model to predict the bikes demand given the past data.
Build a model to classify email as spam or ham. First, download examples of spam and ham from Apache SpamAssassin’s public datasets and then train a model to classify email.
Our course is exhaustive and the certificate rewarded by us is proof that you have taken a big leap in Machine Learning and Deep Learning.
The knowledge you have gained from working on projects, videos, quizzes, hands-on assessments and case studies gives you a competitive edge.
Highlight your new skills on your resume, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Tell your friends and colleagues about it.
In Self-paced learning, you will get,
This course is for engineers, product managers and anyone who has a basic know-how of any programming language. We will cover foundations of linear algebra, calculus and statistical inference where ever required so that you can learn the concepts effectively.
It will take around 7 weeks with 6-8 hours of effort per week.
We understand that you might need course material for a longer duration to make most out of your subscription. You will get lifetime access (Till the company is operational) to the course material so that you can refer to the course material anytime.
We offer mentoring sessions to our learners with industry leaders and professionals so you can get 1 on 1 help with any questions you may have, whether your questions are technical, job-related or anything else.
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At the end, of course, you will work on a real-time project. You will receive a problem statement along with a data-set to work on CloudxLab. Once you are done with the project (it will be reviewed by an expert), you will be awarded a certificate which you can share on LinkedIn.
Enrollment into self-paced course entails 90 days of free access to CloudxLab. Enrollment into instructor-led course entails 90 days of free access to Cloudxlab, depending on date of enrollment.
Yes. Java is generally required for understanding MapReduce. MapReduce is a programming paradigm for writing your logic in the form of Mapper and reducer functions. We provide a self-paced course on Java for free. As soon as you signup, it would be available in your account section.
Course requires a good internet (1 Mbps or more) and a browser to watch videos and do hands-on the lab. We've configured all the tools in the lab so that you can focus on learning and practicing in a real-world cluster.
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