Want to learn machine learning?

Want to learn machine learning.
Can you provide resources from where to start.

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There are some machine learning courses listed in Here are 250 Ivy League courses you can take online right now for free.

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Coursera recently partnered with Google Cloud to produce online learning programs including Machine Learning. Here’s their overview.

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https://www.reddit.com/r/learnmachinelearning/wiki/index

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This is a great resource. Like how they divide it up into different skill levels, because I was just about to ask @harish5129hs what his background in. That’ll mean the more on how and where to start.

Here’s a more general purpose resource going from a supposed top-down approach to learning machine learning directed towards software engineers specifically. Good luck!

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My grain: keep an eye also on kaggle.com. They are a platform to practice ML and are planning to introduce some courses.

Hey Udacity & datacamp might be good! you can check it…

Be always attentive to google courses! YouTube is an excelent tool to learn everything you want.

Here is a very good session at the International Javascript Conference 2017 with very simple words and good samples Learning machine learning

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This is a a useful guide to get into ML https://machinelearningmastery.com/start-here/#process

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hello
you can learn machine learning either from the online and offline many websites some websites are paid or some websites are free but free websites are not provide all knowledge my personal suggestion is that you can join reputed machine learning institute because they tell you each and every thing about machine learning
thank you

Nobody knows everything regardless of cost or reputation, and nobody is expected to know everything. Free online resources are more than enough to get into machine learning.

Go to courseera or datacamp. Or enroll in andrew ng’s courses. they are the best.

The user guide for scikit-learn is actually a good place to start https://scikit-learn.org/stable/user_guide.html. It is comprehensive and gives you hands on explanations on how they work. From there, you can venture out into tweaking parameters here and there to better understand how they work. Good luck.

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