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Predictive Analytics using R 3.5

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Duration: 2h 8m | Video: h264 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC 48kHz 2Ch | 571 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | September 27, 2019

Predictive modeling uses statistics to predict outcomes of events.

Explore advanced techniques and algorithms for predictive modeling to gain insights from your data

Apply various techniques and modeling algorithms by using R for ML tasks

Estimate and measure the performance of models used for regression and classification problems

Implement spot-checking methods for linear and nonlinear algorithms

Compare and select trained models and summarize the results with plotting techniques

Tune and apply machine learning algorithm hyperparameters with different methods

Summarize your data using descriptive statistics

It can be applied to any type of unknown event, regardless of when it occurred. This course will introduce you to the most widely used predictive modeling techniques and their core principles.

This course will help you to perform key predictive analytics tasks, such as training and testing predictive models for classification and regression tasks, and scoring new data sets. The course covers the most common data mining tools, such as k-means, hierarchical regression, linear regression, association rules, principal component analysis, multilevel modeling, k-NN, Naïve Bayes, decision trees, and text mining. It also describes visualization techniques using core tools to visualize patterns in data organized into groups.

By the end of the course, you will be able to design your own machine learning predictive models using R 3.5.

The code bundle for this course is available at:

Build ML models to carry out exploratory data analysis for gaining insights into accurate predictive modeling on newly uncovered data

Explore various techniques in R and its libraries to make accurate predictions and deliver great results

Design and build your own machine learning predictive models using R libraries and functions







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