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Machine Learning with Spark Training

Machine Learning with Spark Course: Machine learning is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed. In the past decade, machine learning has given us self-driving cars, practical speech recognition, effective web search, and a vastly improved understanding of the human genome. Machine learning is so pervasive today that you probably use it dozens of times a day without knowing it. This course provides a broad introduction to machine learning, datamining, and statistical pattern recognition. Topics include: (i) Supervised learning (parametric/non-parametric algorithms, support vector machines, kernels, neural networks). (ii) Unsupervised learning (clustering, dimensionality reduction, recommender systems, deep learning). (iii) Best practices in machine learning (bias/variance theory; innovation process in machine learning and AI). The course will also draw from numerous case studies and applications, so that you'll also learn how to apply learning algorithms to building smart robots (perception, control), text understanding (web search, anti-spam), computer vision, medical informatics, audio, database mining, and other areas.
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Machine Learning with Spark Course Curriculum

Installing and setting up Spark locally
The Spark programming model
The Spark shell
Creating RDDs
Caching RDDs
The first step to a Spark program in Scala
The first step to a Spark program in Python
Launching an EC Spark cluster
Introducing MovieStream
Predictive modeling and analytics
The components of a data-driven machine learning system
Data cleansing and transformation
Model deployment and integration
Batch versus real time
Accessing publicly available datasets
Exploring and visualizing your data
Exploring the movie dataset
Processing and transforming your data
Extracting useful features from your data
Derived features
Text features
Normalizing features
Using packages for feature extraction
Types of recommendation models
Matrix factorization
Extracting features from the MovieLens k dataset
Training a model on the MovieLens k dataset
Using the recommendation model User recommendations
Item recommendations
Evaluating the performance of recommendation models
Mean average precision at K
RMSE and MSE MAP Summary
Types of classification models
Logistic regression
The naïve Bayes model
Extracting the right features from your data
Training a classification model on the Kaggle/StumbleUpon evergreen classification dataset
Generating predictions for the Kaggle/StumbleUpon evergreen classification dataset Evaluating the performance of classification models
Precision and recall
Improving model performance and tuning parameters
Additional features
Tuning model parameters
Decision trees
Types of regression models Least squares regression
Extracting the right features from your data
Creating feature vectors for the linear model
Training and using regression models
Evaluating the performance of regression models
Mean Absolute Error
The R-squared coefficient
Linear model
Improving model performance and tuning parameters
Impact of training on log-transformed targets
Creating training and testing sets to evaluate parameters
The impact of parameter settings for the decision tree
Types of clustering models
Initialization methods
Mixture models
Extracting the right features from your data
Extracting movie genre labels
Training a clustering model on the MovieLens dataset
Interpreting cluster predictions on the MovieLens dataset
Evaluating the performance of clustering models
External evaluation metrics
Tuning parameters for clustering models
Types of dimensionality reduction
Singular Value Decomposition
Clustering as dimensionality reduction
Extracting features from the LFW dataset
Visualizing the face data
Running PCA on the LFW dataset
Interpreting the Eigenfaces
Projecting data using PCA on the LFW dataset
Evaluating dimensionality reduction models
What's so special about text data?
Term weighting schemes
Extracting the TF-IDF features from the Newsgroups dataset
Improving our tokenization
Excluding terms based on frequency
Training a TF-IDF model
Using a TF-IDF model
Newsgroups dataset and TF-IDF features
Newsgroups dataset using TF-IDF
Comparing raw features with processed TF-IDF features on the Newsgroups dataset WordVec models
Online learning
An introduction to Spark Streaming
Window operators
Creating a Spark Streaming application
Creating a basic streaming application
Stateful streaming
Streaming regression
Creating a streaming data producer
Streaming K-means
Comparing model performance with Spark Streaming

Frequently Asked Questions

We have options for classroom-based as well as instructor led live online training. The online training is live and the instructors screen will be visible and voice will be audible. Your screen will also be visible and you can ask queries during the live session.

The training on "Machine Learning with Spark" course is a hands-on training. All the code and exercises will be done in the live sessions. Our batch sizes are generally small so that personalized attention can be given to each and every learner.

We will provide course-specific study material as the course progresses. You will have lifetime access to all the code and basic settings needed for this "Machine Learning with Spark" through our GitHub account and the study material that we share with you. You can use that for quick reference

Feel free to drop a mail to us at [email protected] and we will get back to you at the earliest for your queries on "Machine Learning with Spark" course.

We have tie-ups with a number of hiring partners and and placement assistance companies to whom we connect our learners. Each "Machine Learning with Spark" course ends with career consulting and guidance on interview preparation.

Minimum 2-3 projects of industry standards on "Machine Learning with Spark" will be provided.

Yes, we provide course completion certificate to all students. Each "Machine Learning with Spark" training ends with training and project completion certificate.

You can pay by card (debit/credit), cash, cheque and net-banking. You can also pay in easy installments. You can reach out to us for more information.

We take pride in providing post-training career consulting for "Machine Learning with Spark".

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