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 Title: Approaching (Almost) Any Machine Learning Problem
 Author(s): Abhishek Thakur
 Publisher: Abhishek Thakur (SelfPublishing)
 License(s): CC BY 4.0
 Hardcover/Paperback: 300 pages
 eBook: PDF
 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 9390274435/8269211508
 ISBN13: 9789390274437
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This book is for people who have some theoretical knowledge of machine learning and deep learning and want to dive into applied machine learning. The book doesn't explain the algorithms but is more oriented towards how and what should you use to solve machine learning and deep learning problems. The book is not for you if you are looking for pure basics.
The book is for you if you are looking for guidance on approaching machine learning problems. The book is best enjoyed with a cup of coffee and a laptop/workstation where you can code along.
About the Authors Abhishek Thakur is a data scientist. His focus is mainly on applied machine learning and deep learning, rather than theoretical aspects.
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