Introduction to Python – Microsoft Azure

Python is one of the main languages used for performing machine learning.  It is a multi-purpose language that has been leveraged for device programming, object-oriented programming, machine learning, and so forth. Python IDEs Spyder is an environment very similar to Rstudio http://www.anaconda.com/distribution/Rodeo is another Python IDE that is similar to RStudio. https://rodeo.yhat.com/PyCharm is another IDE... Continue Reading →

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Introduction to R – Microsoft Azure

About Undoubtedly one of the most popular languages for machine learningUsed mainly for statistical computing and data visualization.Used by academics, data scientists, and statisticiansIintegration between Microsoft technologies and R languageR is an open source and proprietory language Extended via packages Rstudio is an integrated development environmentInstall from http://www.rstudio.com/products/RStudio/Possible to run R scripts on your desktop... Continue Reading →

Machine Learning using Azure

Machine learning allows decision makers to gain more insight from their data. No longer limited to research and specific industries.To obtain more concise and in-depth information from available data.Machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence (AI).Relationship between ML, AI, DL, and RL. Concepts of ML are based on discovering common patterns from current data... Continue Reading →

Data and AI – Regression

Short Intro- Regression can be thought of as looking for a trend in data, or looking at relationships between features. Simple linear regression finds a best line by calculating which straight line would give the least amount of error. For example, ExampleFeaturesPredictAssess temperatures changing over time - we have to look year and temperature reading... Continue Reading →

Data and AI

Data Scientists make predictions about objects, people, and the future. Neural networks, computer vision, deep learning, and unsupervised learning. What is AI? AI is the study of how to make computers perform tasks that humans consider difficult through the creation of intelligent agents. It has improved over time with better statistical methods and greater computing power.... Continue Reading →

Deep Learning – III

Central Limit Theorem It states that when plotting a sampling distribution of means, the mean of sample means will be equal to the population mean. And the sampling distribution will approach a normal distribution with variance equal to σ/√n where σ is the standard deviation of population and n is the sample size. Additionally, Central Limit Theorem... Continue Reading →

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