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In this 2-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to implement Logistic Regression using Python and Numpy. Logistic Regression is an important fundamental concept if you want break into Machine Learning and Deep Learning. Even though popular machine learning frameworks have implementations of logistic regression available, it's still a great idea to learn to implement it on your own to understand the mechanics of optimization algorithm, and the training and validation process. Since this is a practical, project-based course, you will need to have a theoretical understanding of logistic regression, and gradient descent. We will focus on the practical aspect of implementing logistic regression with gradient descent, but not on the theoretical aspect. By the end of this course, you would create and train a logistic model that will be able to predict if a given image is of hand-written digit zero or of hand-written digit one. The model will be able to distinguish between images or 0s and 1s, and it will do that with a very high accuracy. Not only that, your implementation of the logistic model will also be able to solve any generic binary classification problem. You will still have to train model instances on specific datasets of course, but you won’t have to change the implementation and it will be re-usable. The dataset for images of hand written digits comes from the popular MNIST dataset. This data set consists of images for the 10 hand-written digits (from 0 to 9), but since we are implementing logistic regression, and are looking to solve binary classification problems - we will work with examples of hand written zeros, and hand written ones and we will ignore examples of rest of the digits. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

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DP

Apr 09, 2020

Want to do a project in Logistic Regression. You are at the right spot Don't delay and take the course.

MT

Mar 10, 2020

Easy to follow along, each step was made very clear, and I understood the justification behind steps.

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1 — 18 de 18 Avaliações para o Logistic Regression with Python and Numpy

por shiva s t

Mar 09, 2020

it is a great course and successfully trained my ml model

por Duddela S P

Apr 09, 2020

Want to do a project in Logistic Regression. You are at the right spot Don't delay and take the course.

por Megan T

Mar 10, 2020

Easy to follow along, each step was made very clear, and I understood the justification behind steps.

por Raj K

Apr 29, 2020

Great learning material and hands-on platform!

por Pranjal M

Jun 14, 2020

A very good project for learners

por Gangone R

Jul 02, 2020

very useful course

por JONNALA S R

May 07, 2020

Good Initiation

por Nandivada P E

Jun 15, 2020

super course

por Doss D

Jun 23, 2020

Thank you

por Lahcene O M

Mar 03, 2020

Great

por tale p

Jun 27, 2020

good

por p s

Jun 24, 2020

Nice

por ANURAG P

Jun 05, 2020

generally while using scikit-learn library for logistic regression, we don't really understand the classes and alogoriths behind what we import. This gives a clear view of what goes behind the imported scikit modules. Its pretty hard though as compared to sckit learn code but gives some deep knowledge about the numpy library

por Manzil-e A K

Jul 20, 2020

I enjoyed it. Thank you. But helper functions could be explained more or given as a blog.

por Abdul Q

Apr 30, 2020

For beginners this course is great.

por Weerachai Y

Jul 08, 2020

thanks

por Александр П

Mar 09, 2020

бестолковый курс, виртуальный стол неудобный, ноутбук неполный, нет модуля helpers

por Haofei M

Mar 05, 2020

totally waste of time. please go to enrol Anderw Ng courses about deep learning.