Machine Learning Journey

How to use Python 3, Jupyter Notebooks and Visual Studio Code to solve business problems with Machine Learning Models.

What does Siri, Alexa and Google Play have in common?

What you’ll learn

  • How to use Python, Visual Studio Code and Jupyter Notebooks to code Machine Learning models.
  • How to intuitively understand Machine Learning models.
  • How to know your model is making accurate predictions.
  • How to apply Machine Learning models to real work business situations.

Course Content

  • Data Pre-Processing –> 11 lectures • 1hr 59min.
  • Simple Linear Regression –> 7 lectures • 1hr 4min.
  • Multiple Linear Regression –> 8 lectures • 1hr 11min.
  • Polynomial Linear Regression –> 7 lectures • 47min.

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Requirements

  • Basic High School Math Concepts.

What does Siri, Alexa and Google Play have in common?

How is Capital One and Paypal able to instantly detect fraudulent transfers?

How is Google Photos able to identify faces in photos?

How is Youtube able to make wickedly smart suggested videos?

Or Amazon know what you want before you do?

How does FexEx know the best routes and time of day to ship packages?

These are all made possible through Machine Learning algorithms and in this course, you will not only understand them but you will actually BUILD machine learning models in Python.

And you will use them to make predictions on data!  Not only that, you will learn how to validate your models are accurate so you can prove to your peers and superiors that your models are trustworthy.

Have always been a little interested in Machine Learning but have been a little intimidated by the math?

Do you feel like you’re way behind the times and it’s too late to get in on the ML Hype?

Maybe you feel like coding in Python and Data Science sounds too hard.  Is that you?

If you answered yes to any of those questions this course is for you.  I built this course for complete beginners and had a blast building it for you guys.

Here’s a few of things you will build in this course:

 

  • How to setup the perfect development environment for coding ML Algorithms
  • How to use Anaconda, VSCode, Jupyter Notebooks and Python3 to build and test accurate ML models
  • How to build the perfect preprocessing template for ML engineering
  • How to understand what One Hot encoding is and why it’s important
  • How to use the Numpy, Pandas, Matplotlib and Seaborn Python libraries to build beautiful ML models
  • Understanding Feature Scaling and when you would use it
  • 7 steps to understanding and building Simple Linear Regression models
  • 7 steps to understanding and building Multiple Linear Regression models
  • 7 steps to understanding and building Polynomial Linear Regression models

If you are a data analyst, cyber security professional, college student or just someone not happy in their current job looking for a lucrative career change, then this course is for you.  Machine Learning isn’t just a buzz word, it’s a real set of tools people just like you are using to solve real business problems.  It’s not to late to get in on this rising trend.

No prior Machine Learning or coding experience is required.

Now is your time!

Let’s get coding shall we?

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