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Data Analytics: 7 Manuscripts

Data Analytics Beginners, Deep Learning Keras, Analyzing Data Power BI, Reinforcement Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Text Analytics, Convolutional Neural Networks
Narrated by: William Bahl
Length: 16 hrs and 20 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Data Analytics - 7-book bundle!

Book 1: Data Analytics for Beginners

  • Putting data analytics to work
  • The rise of data analytics
  • Big data defined
  • Cluster analysis
  • And, of course, much more!

Book 2: Deep Learning with Keras

  • Deep neural network
  • Neural network elements
  • Keras models
  • Sequential model
  • And, of course, much more!

Book 3: Analyzing Data with Power BI

  • Basics of data analysis processes
  • Fundamental data analysis algorithms
  • Basic of data and text mining, data visualization, and business intelligence
  • Techniques used for analyzing quantitative data
  • And, of course, much more!

Book 4: Reinforcement Learning with Python

  • Types of fundamental machine learning algorithms in comparison to reinforcement learning
  • Essentials of reinforcement learning process
  • Marko decision processes and basic parameters
  • And much, much more....

Book 5: Artificial Intelligence Python

  • Different artificial intelligence approaches and goals
  • How to define AI system
  • Basic AI techniques
  • And much, much more....

Book 6: Text Analytics with Python

  • Text analytics process
  • How to build a corpus and analyze sentiment
  • Named entity extraction with Groningen meaning bank corpus
  • And much, much more....

Book 7: Convolutional Neural Networks in Python

  • Architecture of convolutional neural networks
  • Solving computer vision tasks using convolutional neural networks
  • Python and computer vision
  • And, of course, much more!
©2017 Anthony Williams (P)2017 Anthony Williams

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Can't get pass narrator's annoying robot speak!

I wanted to enjoy this audio book and was looking forward to understanding the content, unfortuniately they chose to save money by not having a professional narrator. It sounds like it was recorded in a echoy closet and the narrator speaks like he is dictating into a mobile phone in slow robot like speak.

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Terrible narrator

Sounds like a high school kid trying to sound cool. Sentences are badly broken up. Can’t bear it enough to finish book.

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The author has simplified it in many ways.

Great I don’t have to get many books as this book’s 7-in-1! I’m having a hard time with convolutional neural network. Glad to know that the author has simplified it in every way that he can.

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Worthless

The information is completely worthless. It will not help a novice at all.

It sounds like it was recorded in a closet using tin cans.

The narrator was terrible. He repeadetly misread "causal" and instead said "casual" over and over again. People who don't know any better are going to sound like morons if they try to repeat this. Also, the guy kept pronouncing library as "li-berry". Really? Why didn't anybody review this guys narration before they put it out?

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amazing

This book discusses well everything we need to know to get started. They also include here the brief history which is nice.

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Full of buzzwords, terrible reader

My best guess is that they had a so-so white paper summarizing data analytics basic concepts for mid-level managers, and hired an untrained reader to turn it into an audiobook. The reader's tone makes it sound like every sentence he says is the most impressive piece of info you'll ever hear. I humbly disagree.

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unlistenable

The narrator inserts commas where there are surely no commas and randomly emphasizes words in the sentence. e.g. "The MOST, commonly used data, CAN be, difficult TO discern...."


I am unable to accurately rate the content because I couldn't finish the book

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it's straight to the point and informational

Data Analytics: Data Analytics Beginners, Deep Learning Keras, Analyzing Data Power BI, Reinforcement Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Text Analytics, Convolutional Neural Networks by Anthony Williams is an advance book that tackles on the concepts related to data analytics. It’s straight to the point and informational down to the very last page.

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  • BM
  • 03-02-18

Good bundle here!

Got a good bundle right here! The information are laid out simply, so my mind didn’t have any trouble digesting them.

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Promising data analytics guide.

I had an immersing overview of the history of Data Analytics and AI as well as the latest in neural network, deep learning approaches, and AI techniques. Although there are some irregularities, overall, the book’s pretty good.

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  • Stuart Misell&Elaine Misell
  • 04-13-18

Difficult to follow

Listening to code being narrated is too difficult to follow and learn from. On the positive the topics of the book are well covered, interesting and wide ranging.

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  • Asif
  • 03-27-18

highly recommended

Big Data describes the revolution of data as one analogous to the invention of the printing press. This is a bold prediction, but the book is careful to provide numerous examples showing that we are in the midst of such a revolution,

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-02-18

good book missing literature

great audio book, a little hard to follow the programming aspect, could do with accompanying literature to illustrate the program flow etc..

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  • sofia
  • 10-10-18

Excellent book filled with practical examples. So


Excellent book filled with practical examples. Some cases illustrated i the boom are hardcore but are real and as an analyst you stumble upon many of the cases showcased in this book.

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  • peterson
  • 10-10-18

nice book!!

Wonderful read this book. This book is very helpful. It really is important and useful. With the boom of the internet world, having the skills to create your own web page and knowing the coding, will be of much great help. I am really happy purchase this book..

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  • mercy john
  • 10-10-18

excellent book!

The author has presented such a useful book for me, Personally, i was looking for this book for so long. Thanks to my friend who give this book. Really felt good to listen to it.

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  • max well
  • 10-10-18

best book!!

Well written easy to understand guide. Enhanced my understanding significantly. The technical section was particularly well explained.

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  • shabrish
  • 10-09-18

SUPPORTIVE GUIDE


It is one of very important and handy books for the analytical skills of Big Data. It summarized all popular techniques enriched by supportive information of common algorithms and application examples.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-08-18

very sensible guide


This book is a very sensible and easy approach for anyone interested in the field of data analytics. I covers the broad areas that Data analytics such as tools that can be used and the overall application of data analytics

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  • Alfas
  • 03-27-18

Very good suggest you all......

I would highly recommend reading it if you are into data. Big data seems to be the big buzz word currently and rightly so, we are collecting and storing more data than ever before.

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  • Luke Visser
  • 08-21-18

Unbelievably dry and uninteresting

Got through the first book only just. By the time I got to the second book and had to listen to actual code being read out I couldn't stop laughing at the ridiculous nature of these books.

I never made it past the code reading sections in the second book. Who knows, it might get better but I doubt it.

Don't waste your time.