Language modeling is central to many important natural language processing tasks. Recently, neural-network-based language models have demonstrated better performance than classical methods both standalone and as part of more challenging natural language processing tasks. In this post, you will discover language modeling for natural language processing. After reading this post, you will know: Why language […]
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The Python ecosystem is growing and may become the dominant platform for applied machine learning. The primary rationale for adopting Python for time series forecasting is because it is a general-purpose programming language that you can use both for R&D and in production. In this post, you will discover the Python ecosystem for time series […]
XGBoost With Python Mini-Course. XGBoost is an implementation of gradient boosting that is being used to win machine learning competitions. It is powerful but it can be hard to get started. In this post, you will discover a 7-part crash course on XGBoost with Python. This mini-course is designed for Python machine learning practitioners that […]
How do you become a data scientist? I think that really depends on where you are now and what you really want to do as a data scientist. Nevertheless, DataCamp posted an infographic recently that described 8 easy steps to becoming a data scientist. In this post I want to highlight and review DataCamp’s infographic. […]
R is perhaps one of the most powerful and most popular platforms for statistical programming and applied machine learning. When you get serious about machine learning, you will find your way into R. In this post, you will discover what R is, where it came from and some of its most important features. Let’s get […]
If you get serious with data analysis and machine learning in python then you will make good use of IPython notebooks. In this post we will review some takeaway points made by Fernando Perez, the creator of IPython in a keynote presentation at SciPy 2013. The title of the talk was IPython: from the shell to […]