Machine Learning Regression Masterclass in Python

Machine Learning Regression Masterclass in Python

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Build 8+ Practical Projects and Master Machine Learning Regression Techniques Using Python, Scikit Learn and Keras

Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution is here! The technology is progressing at a massive scale and is being widely adopted in the Healthcare, defense, banking, gaming, transportation and robotics industries.

Machine Learning is a subfield of Artificial Intelligence that enables machines to improve at a given task with experience. Machine Learning is an extremely hot topic; the demand for experienced machine learning engineers and data scientists has been steadily growing in the past 5 years. According to a report released by Research and Markets, the global AI and machine learning technology sectors are expected to grow from $1.4B to $8.8B by 2022 and it is predicted that AI tech sector will create around 2.3 million jobs by 2020.

The purpose of this course is to provide students with knowledge of key aspects of machine learning regression techniques in a practical, easy and fun way. Regression is an important machine learning technique that works by predicting a continuous (dependant) variable based on multiple other independent variables. Regression strategies are widely used for stock market predictions, real estate trend analysis, and targeted marketing campaigns.

The course provides students with practical hands-on experience in training machine learning regression models using real-world dataset. This course covers several technique in a practical manner, including:

  • Simple Linear Regression
  • Multiple Linear Regression
  • Polynomial Regression
  • Logistic Regression
  • Decision trees regression
  • Ridge Regression
  • Lasso Regression
  • Artificial Neural Networks for Regression analysis
  • Regression Key performance indicators

The course is targeted towards students wanting to gain a fundamental understanding of machine learning regression models. Basic knowledge of programming is recommended. However, these topics will be extensively covered during early course lectures; therefore, the course has no prerequisites, and is open to any student with basic programming knowledge. Students who enroll in this course will master machine learning regression models and can directly apply these skills to solve real world challenging problems.

What you’ll learn

  • Master Python programming and Scikit learn as applied to machine learning regression
  • Understand the underlying theory behind simple and multiple linear regression techniques
  • Apply simple linear regression techniques to predict product sales volume and vehicle fuel economy
  • Apply multiple linear regression to predict stock prices and Universities acceptance rate
  • Cover the basics and underlying theory of polynomial regression
  • Apply polynomial regression to predict employees’ salary and commodity prices
  • Understand the theory behind logistic regression
  • Apply logistic regression to predict the probability that customer will purchase a product on Amazon using customer features
  • Understand the underlying theory and mathematics behind Artificial Neural Networks
  • Learn how to train network weights and biases and select the proper transfer functions
  • Train Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) using back propagation and gradient descent methods
  • Optimize ANNs hyper parameters such as number of hidden layers and neurons to enhance network performance
  • Apply ANNs to predict house prices given parameters such as area, number of rooms..etc
  • Assess the performance of trained Machine learning models using KPI (Key Performance indicators) such as Mean Absolute error,
  • Mean squared Error, and Root Mean Squared Error intuition, R-Squared intuition, Adjusted R-Squared and F-Test
  • Understand the underlying theory and intuition behind Lasso and Ridge regression techniques
  • Sample real-world, practical projects
Table of Contents

1 Course Welcome Message
2 Updates on Udemy Reviews
3 Course Overview
4 BONUS Learning Path
5 ML vs. DL vs. AI
6 Get the materials

7 Download and Set up Anaconda
8 What is Jupiter Notebook

9 Intro to Simple Linear Regression
10 Simple Linear Regression Intuition
11 Least Squares
12 Project #1 – Overview
13 Project #1 – Data Visualization
14 Project #1 – Divide Data into Training and Testing
15 Project #1 – Train Model
16 Project #1 – Test Model
17 Project #2 – Overview
18 Project #2 – Solution
19 Project #2 – Visualization
20 Project #2 – Prepare Training and Testing Data
21 Project #2 – Test Model
22 Project #2 – Model Testing

23 Regression Metrics Intro
24 Regression Metric Part 1
25 Regression Metric Part 2
26 Bias Variance Tradeoff

27 Polynomial Regression Intro
28 Polynomial Regression – Intuition
29 Poly Regression – Salary Load Data
30 Poly Regression – Visualize Data
31 Poly Regression – Linear Trainingtesting
32 Poly Regression – Poly Part 1
33 Poly Regression – Poly Part 2
34 Poly Regression Project 2 Overview
35 Poly Regression – Economies Linear -1
36 Poly Regression – Economies Linear -2
37 Poly Regression – Economies Poly

38 Multiple Linear Regression Intro
39 Multiple Linear Regression Overview
40 Project #1 – Load Data and Libraries
41 Project #1 – Data Visualization
42 Project #1 – Model Training and Evaluation
43 Project #1 – Model Results Evaluation
44 Project #2 – Overview
45 Project #2 – Load Data
46 Project #2 – Data Visualization
47 Project #2 – Train the Model
48 Project #2 – Model Evaluation
49 Project #2 – Retraining Model

50 Logistic Regression Intro
51 Logistic Regression Intuition
52 Confusion Matrix
53 Project #2 – Data Import
54 Project #2 – Visualization
55 Project #2 – Data Cleaning
56 Project #2 – Training Testing
57 Model Testing Visualization

58 Artificial Neural Networks Intro
59 Theory Part 1
60 Theory Part 2
61 Theory Part 3
62 Theory Part 4
63 Theory Part 5
64 Theory Part 6
65 Project – Load Dataset
66 Project – Visualize Dataset
67 Scale the Data
68 Train the Model
69 Evaluate the Model
70 Multiple Linear regression
71 Model Improvement with more features

72 Ridge and Lasso Intro
73 Ridge Lasso Part 1
74 Ridge Lasso Part 2
75 Ridge Lasso Part 3
76 Ridge and Lasso in Practice

Bonus Lectures