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This tutorial tries to do what most Most Machine Learning tutorials available online do not. It is not a 30 minute tutorial that teaches you how to "Train your own neural network" or "Learn deep learning in under 30 minutes". It's a full pipeline which you would need to do if you actually work with machine learning - introducing you to all the parts, and all the implementation decisions and details that need to be made. The dataset is not one of the standard sets like MNIST or CIFAR, you will make you very own dataset. Then you will go through a couple conventional machine learning algorithms, before finally getting to deep learning! In the fall of 2016, I was a Teaching Fellow (Harvard's version of TA) for the graduate class on "Advanced Topics in Data Science (CS209/109)" at Harvard University. I was in charge of designing the class project given to the students, and this tutorial has been built on top of the project I designed for the class.
- Set up conda environment in jupyter notebook
- Set up a docker container with docker-compose
- You can add conda or pip packages to image
- Introduces readers to a whole machine learning pipeline from scratch
- The repository has a conda config file which will make setting up super easy
- Create a new conda environment
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