You will learn about the fundamentals of Machine Learning and Python programming post, which you will be introduced to predictive modelling and the different methodologies in predictive modelling. You will be introduced to Supervised Learning algorithms and Unsupervised Learning algorithms and the difference between them. 

We will focus on learning supervised machine learning algorithms covering Linear Regression, Logistic Regression, Support Vector Machines, Decision Trees and Artificial Neural Networks. For each of these algorithms, you will work hands-on with open-source datasets and use python programming to program the machine learning algorithms. You will learn about cleaning the data and optimizing the features to get the best results out of your machine learning model. You will learn about the various parameters that determine the accuracy of your model and how you can tune your model based on the reflection of these parameters.


Hands-On ML problem solving and creating solutions using Python.

Key Features

  • Introduction to Python Programming
  • Python for Machine Learning
  • Introduction to Machine Learning
  • Introduction to Predictive Modelling, Supervised and Unsupervised Algorithms
  • Linear Regression, Logistic Regression and Support Vector Machines 

What Will You Learn

  • Get a clear vision of what is Machine Learning and get familiar with the foundation principles of Machine learning.
  • Understand the Python language-specific libraries available for Machine learning and be able to work with those libraries.
  • Explore the different Supervised Learning based algorithms in Machine Learning and know how to implement them when a real-time use case is presented to you.
  • Have hands-on with Data Exploration, Data Cleaning, Data Preprocessing and Model implementation.
  • Get to know the basics of Deep Learning and some interesting algorithms in this space.
  • Choose the right model based on your problem statement and work with EDA techniques to get good accuracy on your model

Who This Book is For

  • This book is for anyone interested in understanding Machine Learning. Beginners, Machine Learning Engineers and Data Scientists who want to get familiar with Supervised Learning algorithms will find this book helpful.