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Machine Learning: 2 Manuscripts

Python Machine Learning and Machine Learning with TensorFlow
Narrated by: Jon Wilkins
Length: 5 hrs and 6 mins
4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Machine learning - two-audiobook bundle!

Python Machine Learning 

Here is a preview of what you'll learn here:  

  • Basics behind machine-learning techniques
  • Different machine-learning algorithms 
  • Fundamental machine-learning applications and their importance
  • Getting started with machine learning in Python, installing and starting SciPy 
  • Loading data and importing different libraries 
  • Data summarization and data visualization
  • Evaluation of machine-learning models and making predictions
  • Most commonly used machine-learning algorithms, linear and logistic regression, decision trees, support vector machines, k-nearest neighbors, random forests
  • Solving multi-classification problems 
  • Data visualization with Matplotlib and data transformation with Pandas and Scikit-learn 
  • Solving multi-label classification problems 
  • And much, much more....

Machine Learning with TensorFlow

 Here is a preview of what you'll learn here:   

  • What is machine learning
  • Main uses and benefits of machine learning
  • How to get started with TensorFlow, installing and loading data 
  • Data flow graphs and basic TensorFlow expressions 
  • How to define your data flow graphs and how to use TensorBoard for data visualization 
  • Main TensorFlow operations and building tensors
  • How to perform data transformation using different techniques
  • How to build high-performance data pipelines using TensorFlow Dataset framework
  • How to create TensorFlow iterators 
  • Creating MNIST classifiers with one-hot transformation

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  • jbh
  • TX United States
  • 12-04-18

Completely unlistenable for me

This review is not a comment on the content of the book or on the quality of the narrator's voice. If I can get a refund, I may even re-purchase the book in Kindle format and give it another shot.

The reason for my one star review is that this is the only Audible purchase out of well over a hundred that I've wanted to return. Perhaps my expectations were out of line, as this is the first programming book I've purchased in audio form, but I just can't imagine how anyone (other than perhaps the visually impaired) can listen through the endless and unnecessary multi-syllable pronunciations of punctuation.

/begin rant
I had expected that listening to an audio book with code samples would either omit the samples and refer to a companion PDF, summarize the samples to their logical elements, or use some sort of abbreviated pseudo-code syntax that was pronounceable. None of those approaches were taken, however, and as a result, you have to listen to hours of fully pronounced "parenthesis, open squiggly bracket, new line, semi-colon, etc." Programmers reading this know how many special characters are in code and what a nightmare this must be to listen to. Just open any program you've written and try reading it aloud, character by character. Even when programmers talk to each other about code, they don't pronounce out every syllable of every piece of punctuation BECAUSE THAT WOULD BE INSANE.

I also can't imagine anyone in the modern world wanting to learn the syntactic particulars of code through an audio book.
There are MANY better tools for that from which you can copy and paste and see and consume the information more quickly. If you are a Python programmer, you KNOW you are supposed to wrap methods with parens, list elements with brackets, etc. Hearing that minutiae in EVERY example completely ruins my ability to get anything from this book. I tried just hitting the skip button on my audio player, but it became like the world's worst clicker mini-game and I still wound up skipping too much conceptual text and hearing too much code. To me, it would be as if a book for runners, before imparting any new information tips or theories, insisted first on explaining how to move your feet before every single paragraph.

Did any programmers actually make it through the audio version of this? I'm so confused by the positive reviews. Who has the time or patience for this?
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best content

Great content to get you started. Definitely one of those books you would highlight in and go back to often. I'll certainly purchase the paperback version too.

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  • GV
  • 09-05-18

thanks to the author

Thanks to the author for presenting such a great and interesting guide. I like to the way of the author. The voice are very clear and good to listen.

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inresting book

Love this book. The book is great to move quick on machine Learning. I went to a considerable measure of sessions to comprehend machine learning.Highly prescribe for any individual who needs to get into connected machine learning

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Good to listen.....

This book is very good. This is an excellently written book about a relatively new concept utilizing Artificial Intelligence to program machines for the purpose of doing something that would be in the realm of a human activity

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Two Manuscripts in One!

One of the best deal I have on audio books. The two manuscripts are narrated well and clear to understand. I want to learn more about python machine machine learning from the same author. Can't wait for it.

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  • reema
  • 09-05-18

highly recommended

Very easy read. If you are wanting to learn more this subject, I would highly recommend. Highly recommend.

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  • green
  • 09-05-18

worth it

I love that each chapter is relatable, clear, and to the point. The price is unbeatable. Learned so much in under an hour! I can’t wait to see if the info learned was worth it!

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  • srinis
  • 09-05-18

useful

It is an awesome book, it is very interesting to listen to it. I really like the way for the author takes us inside the book. really good job by the narrator.

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  • shinas
  • 09-05-18

nice

Just read it cover to cover. Feeling empowered and hopeful, validated in that I already use some of these tools, and if I'm honest, some past shame and regret.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-05-18

ideal book

An ideal book for both beginners and experienced people. Because here it is well described the importance of each step, as well as what will be if treated lightly.

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  • Arshi
  • 09-01-18

useful

Fantastic introduction to machine learning in Python. The examples are well written, and do a very nice job of introducing both the implementation and the concept for each model.

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  • shabrish
  • 08-24-18

good book


This is really a good book if you are new in machine learning. I read about what machine learning is, about the disadvantages and advantages, and how much we need it in the future. Of course, every beginner should identify with the phrase "artificial intelligence" is probably the first term!

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  • sundiha
  • 08-24-18

awesome


Awesome !! I will need a second pass on the book but I think it gave a great introduction to the world of machine learning. Not boring at all!

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  • kindiha
  • 08-24-18

informative


This book is explaned for absolute beginners to the concept of machine learning. lisent what machine learning is, how neural networks work, more about deep learning and Algorithms, different applications, and much more.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-24-18

worth listening


This provides an excellent overview of the major techniques. It's definitely worth listening highly recommended