How do you get accurate results using machine learning on problem after problem? The difficulty is that each problem is unique, requiring different data sources, features, algorithms, algorithm configurations and on and on. The solution is to use a checklist that guarantees a good result every time. In this post you will discover a checklist […]
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What does it take to do well in competitive machine learning? To really dig into this question, you need to dig into the people that do well. In 2010 I participated in a Kaggle competition to predict the outcome of chess games in the future. It was a fascinating problem because it required you to […]
If you are a Python programmer or you are looking for a robust library you can use to bring machine learning into a production system then a library that you will want to seriously consider is scikit-learn. In this post you will get an overview of the scikit-learn library and useful references of where you […]
Python is a very popular language for machine learning. The machine learning libraries and frameworks in Python (especially around the SciPy stack) are maturing quickly. They may not be as feature rich as R, but they are robust enough for small to medium scale production implementation. If you are a Python programmer looking to get […]
There are a lot of machine learning books and courses available and a trend towards free university courses and ebooks. With so much excellent resources available it can feel overwhelming. So much so that it may prevent you from getting started or making progress. In this post I want to share with you my tips […]
I am very interested in processes. I want to know good ways to do things, even the best way to do things if possible. Even if you don’t have skill or deep understanding, process can get you a long way. It can lead the way and skill and deep understanding can follow. At least, I […]