Get Started and Kick-Ass in Machine Learning
Clear advice to help you start and practice applied Machine Learning – fast!
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Accelerate Your Machine Learning Journey
I want to learn the fundamentals of Machine Learning!
(ideal for Beginner Students)
Self-Study Machine Learning ($7)
Discover the structured framework for self-studying machine learning that includes 4 competency levels and focused objectives and activities for each level.
I want to improve my understanding of Machine Learning in Python!
(ideal for Novice Students)
Jump-Start Scikit-Learn ($7)
Discover Machine Learning in Python with the library scikit-learn in this lightweight recipe book. Contains 35 recipes ready to copy and paste on a range of topics.
I want to develop an expertise in Machine Learning!
(ideal for Intermediate Students)
Small Projects Methodology ($11)
Discover the blueprint for learning and practicing applied machine learning with 4 project types and 90 project ideas.
Machine Learning Without a Line of Code!
I Want to Work Through Real Problems with State-of-the-Art Algorithms ($47)
Discover how to work through any machine learning problem using a systematic method. Get hands on training for the Weka platform and concrete examples with 3 real-world machine learning case study problems.
This five module course provides guides and video tutorials on how to use the Weka machine learning workbench to work through machine learning problems end-to-end, all without writing a line of code.
Simple and straight to the point of providing a very practical method of getting into data preparations, transformation and algorithm assessments, using the Weka Toolset.
Hi, my name is Jason.
I think machine learning is absolutely fascinating and a powerful tool that can solve some very difficult problems.
I get a lot of satisfaction helping developers get started and kick ass in machine learning. I teach an unconventional top-down (practical) approach to machine learning where we start by working through problems and wade into theory as we need it.
I’m from Australia and I have a Masters and PhD in Artificial Intelligence. I’ve written books on algorithms, consulted for startups and I work on systems for forecasting tropical cyclones in my day job.