Your hands-on reference guide to developing, training, and optimizing your machine learning models
Your guide to learning efficient machine learning processes from scratch
Explore expert techniques and hacks for a variety of machine learning concepts
Write effective code in R, Python, Scala, and Spark to solve all your machine learning problems
Machine learning makes it possible to learn about the unknowns and gain hidden insights into your datasets by mastering many tools and techniques. This book guides you to do just that in a very compact manner.
After giving a quick overview of what machine learning is all about, Machine Learning Quick Reference jumps right into its core algorithms and demonstrates how they can be applied to real-world scenarios. From model evaluation to optimizing their performance, this book will introduce you to the best practices in machine learning. Furthermore, you will also look at the more advanced aspects such as training neural networks and work with different kinds of data, such as text, time-series, and sequential data. Advanced methods and techniques such as causal inference, deep Gaussian processes, and more are also covered.
By the end of this book, you will be able to train fast, accurate machine learning models at your fingertips, which you can easily use as a point of reference.
What you will learn
Get a quick rundown of model selection, statistical modeling, and cross-validation
Choose the best machine learning algorithm to solve your problem
Explore kernel learning, neural networks, and time-series analysis
Train deep learning models and optimize them for maximum performance
Briefly cover Bayesian techniques and sentiment analysis in your NLP solution
Implement probabilistic graphical models and causal inferences
Measure and optimize the performance of your machine learning models
Who this book is for
If you're a machine learning practitioner, data scientist, machine learning developer, or engineer, this book will serve as a reference point in building machine learning solutions. You will also find this book useful if you're an intermediate machine learning developer or data scientist looking for a quick, handy reference to all the concepts of machine learning. You'll need some exposure to machine learning to get the best out of this book.