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The tools you should know for the Machine Learning projects

I have been frequently asked about the tools for the Machine Learnign projects There are lot of them on the market so in my newest post you will find my view on them. I would like to start my first Machine Learning project. But I do not have tools. What should I do? What are the tools I could use?

I will give you some hints and advices based on the toolbox I use. Of course there are more great tools but you should pick the ones you like. You should also use the tools that make your…

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Added by Damian Widera on July 29, 2019 at 7:30pm — No Comments

What does the Machine Learning process look like?

I have mentioned that every Machine Learning process is built from several steps like:

  • what would you like to achieve (define the goal)
  • prepare the data
  • select an algorithm(s)
  • build and train the model
  • test the model (and score it)

Let’s review them one by one. I should mention that you will be able to find information over the internet that the number of steps is different from what you see on this blog. For example you can…

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Added by Damian Widera on July 29, 2019 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Comparing SaaS Machine Learning Offerings.

There are various offerings out there if you want to use machine learning in your analysis nowadays. Nick WIlson spent his internship at BigML comparing three SaaS Machine Learning Services (BigML, Prior Knowledge and Google Prediction API), with WEKA as a  benchmark. He wrote a series of blog posts about his findings. In his final post he gives a summary of his work, with links to the different blog posts for details. He let me re-blog his summary here.

"Part 1 -…

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Added by Jos Verwoerd on September 13, 2012 at 3:37am — No Comments

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