Python Machine Learning
Unlock deeper insights into Machine Leaning with this vital guide to cutting-edge predictive analyticsAbout This Book
If you want to find out how to use Python to start answering critical questions of your data, pick up Python Machine Learning – whether you want to get started from scratch or want to extend your data science knowledge, this is an essential and unmissable resource.What You Will Learn
Machine learning and predictive analytics are transforming the way businesses and other organizations operate. Being able to understand trends and patterns in complex data is critical to success, becoming one of the key strategies for unlocking growth in a challenging contemporary marketplace. Python can help you deliver key insights into your data – its unique capabilities as a language let you build sophisticated algorithms and statistical models that can reveal new perspectives and answer key questions that are vital for success.
Python Machine Learning gives you access to the world of predictive analytics and demonstrates why Python is one of the world's leading data science languages. If you want to ask better questions of data, or need to improve and extend the capabilities of your machine learning systems, this practical data science book is invaluable. Covering a wide range of powerful Python libraries, including scikit-learn, Theano, and Keras, and featuring guidance and tips on everything from sentiment analysis to neural networks, you'll soon be able to answer some of the most important questions facing you and your organization.Style and approach
Python Machine Learning connects the fundamental theoretical principles behind machine learning to their practical application in a way that focuses you on asking and answering the right questions. It walks you through the key elements of Python and its powerful machine learning libraries, while demonstrating how to get to grips with a range of statistical models.
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After the intro course by Andrew Ng, I believe Sebastian's new book to be one of the most complete and interesting sources for start in Machine Learning. Lots of examples and explanations.
A Tour of Machine Learning Classifiers Using ScikitLearn
Building Good Training Sets Data Preprocessing
Compressing Data via Dimensionality Reduction
Learning Best Practices for Model Evaluation and Hyperparameter Tuning
Combining Different Models for Ensemble Learning
Applying Machine Learning to Sentiment Analysis
Embedding a Machine Learning Model into a Web Application
Predicting Continuous Target Variables with Regression Analysis
Working with Unlabeled Data Clustering Analysis
Training Artificial Neural Networks for Image Recognition
Parallelizing Neural Network Training with Theano