[ml] ML Thursday 3/8 @ 7:00pm: bring your data to noisebridge!
mschachter at eigenminds.com
Wed Mar 7 20:52:10 PST 2012
Just wanted to remind you that there's an ML
meetup Thursday night at 7, probably in the
It's an open-ended meetup, but I'm open to
leading discussion on a variety of topics,
1) Representation of sounds as data
2) (very) Basic introduction to image processing with OpenCV
3) Machine learning in computational neuroscience
4) Machine learning libraries in python
5) Publicly available datasets
6) Typical ML models: regressions, support vector
machines, random forests, hidden markov models
I'm very eager to get ML restarted and strongly
encourage anyone who is interested to show up.
See you then!
On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 9:59 PM, Mike Schachter
<mschachter at eigenminds.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> In these futuristic times we're awash in datasets, but
> often lacking in the ability to visualize, analyze, and
> understand them.
> So I declare this Thursday night's ML meetup to be
> "Bring your data to Noisebridge" night! The meeting
> should be in the Church room barring space conflicts,
> starting loosely around 7pm.
> I'd like people to come in and share ideas for datasets
> that they're working with or want to work with. Maybe
> you're not sure where to start, or have been banging
> away at the same dataset for awhile and want to get other
> people's opinions on it.
> I'd be happy to share some of my experiences using R,
> MATLAB, or scientific libraries in Python, and some of
> the collective knowledge the ML group has built up,
> readily accessible through the wiki page:
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