Difference between revisions of "Udacity AWS Machine Learning Foundations"

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* Beginning level programming (preferably Python) is recommended to fully engage in all of the coursework. If you want to brush up on your Python skills, we encourage you to review our free [https://www.udacity.com/course/introduction-to-python--ud1110 Introduction to Python course].
 
* Beginning level programming (preferably Python) is recommended to fully engage in all of the coursework. If you want to brush up on your Python skills, we encourage you to review our free [https://www.udacity.com/course/introduction-to-python--ud1110 Introduction to Python course].
 
* You may also find our [https://www.udacity.com/course/version-control-with-git--ud123 Version Control with Git] course helpful. It is also offered for FREE.
 
* You may also find our [https://www.udacity.com/course/version-control-with-git--ud123 Version Control with Git] course helpful. It is also offered for FREE.
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=== Learn More About Statistics ===
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* https://onlinestatbook.com/
  
 
=== Learn More About Machine Learning ===
 
=== Learn More About Machine Learning ===
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* Soslan Tabuev has shared [https://vas3k.com/blog/machine_learning/ Machine Learning for Everyone] - a simple words explanation to what ML is
 
* Soslan Tabuev has shared [https://vas3k.com/blog/machine_learning/ Machine Learning for Everyone] - a simple words explanation to what ML is
 
* [https://paperswithcode.com/methods some example visualisations for code in machine learning]
 
* [https://paperswithcode.com/methods some example visualisations for code in machine learning]
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* [https://www.deeplearningbook.org/ Deep Learning Book]
  
 
=== AWS Free Tier account ===
 
=== AWS Free Tier account ===

Latest revision as of 13:13, 1 July 2021

Helpful resources for the course[edit]

Everyone is welcome!

Course resources[edit]

Prerequisites[edit]

  • All learners are welcome to take the foundations course, but familiarity with basic mathematical concepts such as calculation, average, variance
  • Beginning level programming (preferably Python) is recommended to fully engage in all of the coursework. If you want to brush up on your Python skills, we encourage you to review our free Introduction to Python course.
  • You may also find our Version Control with Git course helpful. It is also offered for FREE.

Learn More About Statistics[edit]

Learn More About Machine Learning[edit]

AWS Free Tier account[edit]

Free Tier is NOT same as free

Deal with your billing before your billing deals with you (REALLY)