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Online Self Learning Courses are designed for self-directed training, allowing participants to begin at their convenience with structured training and review exercises to reinforce learning. You’ll learn through videos, PPTs and complete assignments, projects and other activities designed to enhance learning outcomes, all at times that are most convenient to you.
Machine Learning Specialist certification proves to be very helpful for the candidates to enhance the career graph by developing their insight on the subject matter, which is essential for being a Machine Learning Specialist to handle Big data issues. Machine Learning Specialist online training offered by Multisoft Virtual Academy aims to impart training on Data Science with R, Introduction to Machine Learning, Random Forest, General Boosting & Bagging, Support Vector Machines, Neural Networks and Text Mining with R.
The training helps the candidates to understand the syntax, variables, and types, create functions and use control flow, work with data in R. Moreover, they would be able to gain insight on regression, clustering, classification, including measuring the variable importance through permutation and gaining hands-on experience on solving the algorithm with the complexity of a classifier to gain accuracy.
In the General Boosting & Bagging, Support Vector Machines, Neural Networks and Text Mining with R learning section develops understanding of categorical variables and continuous variables, that helps in using the boosting and bagging methods effectively, understanding the NN algorithms work, kernel functions such as: spline kernels, linear, radial basis function and polynomial and Text Mining with R is based on the intelligence of statistics and R. Apart from this the training helps the candidates to learn Machine Learning Specialist advanced ethics for a better career future.
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