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Can you please name some major and minor journals publishing articles in the field of statistical learning / machine learning. …
asked Feb 28 '14 by Anthony2104
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Last year, I read a blog post from Brendan O'Connor entitled "Statistics vs. Machine Learning, fight!" that discussed some of the differences between the two fields. Andrew Gelman responded … favorably to this: Simon Blomberg: From R's fortunes package: To paraphrase provocatively, 'machine learning is statistics minus any checking of models and assumptions'. -- Brian D. Ripley …
asked Jul 19 '10 by Shane
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What are the most significant annual Machine Learning conferences? Rules: One conference per answer Include a link to the conference …
asked Aug 19 '10 by Shane
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Azure offers GUI for designing models called Machine Learning Studio. Are there any open source alternatives? …
asked Mar 6 '18 by Kertis van Kertis
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Is machine learning an important subject for any statistician to become acquainted with? It seems that machine learning is statistics. Why don't statistics programs (undergraduate and graduate) require machine learning? …
asked Feb 7 '13 by user20616
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I'm in the second year of my mechanical engineering bachelor and I've recently started exploring the field of machine learning online. My question is this: which specific subjects do people learn … , and in what order, when they study machine learning in college? Also, which books would you recommend? I'm NOT asking which online courses to take, I just want to know which SUBJECTS you were taught in …
asked Aug 29 '16 by RdeWolf
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to validate models or better how to validate algorithms. I wanted to ask the community about different opinions what the currently important questions in statistical learning theory and machine learning are? (On a fundamental basis, i.e. not how to optimize certain algorithms or such). … I was just having a short discussion with a leading researcher in statistical learning theory. He told me that in his perspective NOT the issues like speed or such matter but mostly the question how …
asked Feb 29 '16 by LeoW.
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I'm a newcomer in Machine learning (also some statistics), been learning knowledge (supervised/unsupervised learning algorithms, relevant optimization methods, regularizations, some philosophies … (such as bias-variance trade-off?)) for a while. I know that without any real practice, I would not gain deep understanding of those machine learning stuff. So I begin with some classification problem …
asked May 21 '14 by avocado
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I want to know what are the specific areas in which Fourier methods are used in machine learning. Apart from feature extraction and spectral analysis, I want to know if there are any learning
asked May 21 '16 by Injitea
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I am asking for a book reference to further my studies in machine learning with the R programming language. Feel free to reference multiple books that are just machine learning or just R programming … intuitive feel)? What are some common methods to improve my accuracy w.r.t features? How do I find the best value for a regularization parameter? Which machine learning algorithm will work well for this …
asked May 18 '14 by CodeKingPlusPlus
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, you can view a past practice exam for my upcoming course at this link. I have a month to learn this material, and I don't have time to dig through the 10+ machine learning books I have to try to … dissect what they are saying. I have a strong preference for textbooks written by mathematicians. Too many of the machine learning books I've seen talk about a concept for a few pages and skim over all of …
asked Dec 7 '17 by Clarinetist
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In the spirit of What statistical blogs would you recommend? I propose a collection of machine learning blogs worth reading. …
asked May 29 '12 by steffen
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I'm in search of a good book about Machine Learning. Requirements: Good theoretical depth (while being a ML beginner, I hold a degree in mathematics), but accompained with good examples and plenty …
asked Aug 4 '15 by MadHatter
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I'm not an expert in machine learning. Is there any textbook (with a decent amount of mathematical rigor) that cover the subjects neural network / convolutional neural network / GAN network? I've … the Mitchell - Machine Learning but it is a bit old and it doesn't cover CNN and GAN. Even a list would be fine so I can check by myself which one is more suitable. …
asked Nov 20 '18 by user8469759
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What are the top statistic conferences to follow for applications in machine learning? I just had a discussion, regarding that some of the machine learning jargon and buzzwords are not really sound … for a top level statistician. So instead of machine learning conferences I would like to follow conferences on statistics (perhaps also journals) for possible applications in machine learning. Perhaps someone could give me a short list of conferences were I could start searching? …
asked Nov 7 '11 by mrsteve

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