- Practical Machine Learning Cookbook

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Practical Machine Learning Cookbook is published by on April 14, 2017. This book has 570 pages in English, ISBN-10 1785280511, ISBN-13 978-1785280511. PDF is available for download below.

Practical Machine Learning Cookbook.

Machine learning has become the new black. The challenge in today’s world is the explosion of data from existing legacy data and incoming new structured and unstructured data. The complexity of discovering, understanding, performing analysis, and predicting outcomes on the data using machine learning algorithms is a challenge. This cookbook will help solve everyday challenges you face as a data scientist. The application of various data science techniques and on multiple data sets based on real-world challenges you face will help you appreciate a variety of techniques used in various situations.

The first half of the book provides recipes on fairly complex machine-learning systems, where you’ll learn to explore new areas of applications of machine learning and improve its efficiency. That includes recipes on classifications, neural networks, unsupervised and supervised learning, deep learning, reinforcement learning, and more.

The second half of the book focuses on three different machine learning case studies, all based on real-world data, and offers solutions and solves specific machine-learning issues in each one.

What You Will Learn

  • Get equipped with a deeper understanding of how to apply machine-learning techniques
  • Implement each of the advanced machine-learning techniques
  • Solve real-life problems that are encountered in order to make your applications produce improved results
  • Gain hands-on experience in problem solving for your machine-learning systems
  • Understand the methods of collecting data, preparing data for usage, training the model, evaluating the model’s performance, and improving the model’s performance



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