Online Data Science II: Practical Machine Learning
DSII: Practical Machine Learning Courses
March 03 - March 26

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DSII: Practical Machine Learning Mar 03, 2020 $2,385.00 $0.00

Deliver data-driven results and predict the future by building machine learning models that change every aspect of your business. This 4-week course provides the building blocks of machine learning so students can improve revenue, reduce costs, create new opportunities and learn essential skills for this high-demand field.


The Fundamentals of Machine Learning

  • Gain familiarity with machine learning, supervised learning, unsupervised learning, regression and classification problems

  • Train a machine learning model

  • Use Scikit-Learn’s fit and predict methods to build a linear regression model

  • Evaluate trained models using mean squared error and coefficient of determination

  • Create new features that encode nonlinearities and use linear regression on an enhanced data matrix

  • Build a prediction model using real-world data, and understand how this model can be utilized to achieve business goals

 
Classifications, Overfitting, Variance-Bias Tradeoff and Cross-Validation

  • Use Scikit-Learn’s GridSearchCV to find optimal values for and tune hyperparameters

  • Evaluate model performance using appropriate classification metrics

  • Identify issues with unbalanced classes and improve model performance

  • Include categorical features by using a one-hot encoder

  • Build a Scikit-Learn pipeline to predict customer churn

  • Understand key concepts including in-sampling, out-of-sample errors, variance-bias tradeoff, logistic regression

 
Datasets & Clustering Algorithms

  • Perform principal concept analysis using Scikit-Learn and build a custom Scikit-Learn transformer to use in a pipeline to transform data

  • Use PCA-transformed data to build a K-Means clustering algorithm

  • Gain familiarity with metrics for clustering such as silhouette coefficient

  • Obtain segments and extract information about each segment using techniques learned throughout the course

 


 

Classes will be held from 7:00pm-9:00pm ET on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Classes will be held on the following dates: 3/3, 3/5, 3/10, 3/12, 3/17, 3/19, 3/24, 3/26

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