NBML Course

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Contents

Noisebridge Machine Learning Course

We're trying to come up with a hands-on curriculum for teaching Machine Learning at Noisebridge. Please help out in any way you can, such as:

  1. Volunteer to teach a course in one of the subjects below
  2. Fill in one of the subjects below with links to learning material and related software
  3. Show up to classes and ask questions
  4. Join the ML Mailing List and talk about stuff
  5. Don't talk shit on mathematics - it wants to be your friend!

Online Machine Learning Courses

Curriculum

Machine Learning

Linear Regression

Linear Classification

Generalized Linear Models

Support Vector Machines

Neural Networks

Clustering and Dimensional Reduction

Graphical Models

Hidden Markov Models

The Fundamentals: Basic Math

Note: it's not essential to understand everything in this section! But the more you learn, the more things will make sense. Wikipedia is your friend.

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