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Using watson for machine learning

  • 1.  Using watson for machine learning

    Posted Thu June 06, 2019 09:07 AM

    This is a great news that we can ask questions to experts.

    I too like to build my career in data science and I have started preparing for it but it is not much practical, So my question is how do I use watson studio for practicals on machine learning ?

    What are the steps that to load the data set and use it for practice.

    Thank you.



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    Priyanka Dhanraj Shinde
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  • 2.  RE: Using watson for machine learning

    Posted Fri June 07, 2019 10:08 AM
    Hi Priyanka, I would suggest to first pick up some introductory course from any of the Course Providers such as Udemy, Coursera, DataQuest, etc. The Courseware here, however simple as they may appear to be, just enroll for them in free and you'd learn the basics of importing datasets. First, you have to understand the usage of any one programming language such as R, Python, SQL, etc to start scripting. It's not too difficult in the Initiation phase. Initially build your foundational base in either Python or R strong enough to be able to construct basic programs in it and revise them daily. Gradually proceed towards understanding the #MachineLearning models in Theory and you'd find its Programs online. Implement them in R or Python on Datasets and you'd then start to enjoy the results. Play with Dataframes, Datasets and derive statistical answers to your Questions. This way you'd enjoy #datascience, #MachineLearning, and #artificialintelligence.
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  • 3.  RE: Using watson for machine learning

    Posted Thu June 13, 2019 11:48 AM
    Thanks @Priyanka Dhanraj Shinde. I can move this question into the AMA discussion thread if you'd like - or you are welcome to join us there to ask your question and follow the discussion! ibm.biz/BdzPfF

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    Christina Howell
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