Data Science and Machine Learning with Python - Hands On! [Video]

3.8 (5 reviews total)
By Frank Kane
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About this video

The job of a data scientist is one of the most lucrative jobs out there today – it involves analyzing large amounts of data, and gathering actionable business insights from it using a variety of tools. This course will help you take your first steps in the world of data science, and empower you to conduct data analysis and perform efficient machine learning using Python. Gain value from your data using the various data mining and data analysis techniques in Python, and develop efficient predictive models to predict future results. You will also learn how to perform large-scale machine learning on Big Data using Apache Spark. You don’t have to be an expert coder in Python to get the most out of this course – just a basic programming knowledge of Python is sufficient.

Publication date:
September 2016
8 hour 52 minutes

About the Author

  • Frank Kane

    Frank Kane spent nine years at Amazon and IMDb, developing and managing the technology that automatically delivers product and movie recommendations to hundreds of millions of customers all the time. He holds 17 issued patents in the fields of distributed computing, data mining, and machine learning. In 2012, Frank left to start his own successful company, Sundog Software, which focuses on virtual reality environment technology, and teaches others about big data analysis.

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Latest Reviews

(5 reviews total)
Best offer I've found for online instruction.
Sourced from Udemy and difficult to operate in Mapt
Exceedingly well compiled course, very useful.
Data Science and Machine Learning with Python - Hands On! [Video]
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