By taking our machine learning course in Austin, you will acquire in-demand skills in areas like developing algorithms, classification, time series modeling, regression, and working with real-time data. Learn how to draw predictions from data with Simplilearn’s machine learning course in Austin.

- Gain expertise with 25+ hands-on exercises
- 4 real-life industry projects with integrated labs
- Dedicated mentoring sessions from industry experts
- 58 hours of Applied Learning

- Supervised and unsupervised learning
- Time series modeling
- Linear and logistic regression
- Kernel SVM
- KMeans clustering
- Naive Bayes
- Decision tree
- Random forest classifiers
- Boosting and Bagging techniques
- Deep Learning fundamentals

The demand for machine learning engineers is on an upward trajectory, and set to see significant increase by 2024, which will make it one of the more in-demand fields today. Therefore, enrolling in a machine learning course in Austin can help you be workforce ready and expand your skill base. Enroll in our machine learning course in Austin today!

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The machine learning course in Austin is ideal for students seeking a career in Data Science and Machine Learning. Additionally, professionals in fields like Information Architects, Business Analysts, Developers, and Analytics Managers, who want to upskill their knowledge base will also gain many advantages and benefits through the course and its many applications across a staggreing variety of industry verticals.

Individuals wanting to enroll in the machine learning course in Austin must have a basic understanding of statistics and mathematics taught at the collegiate level. You can get a better grasp of machine learning and all its nuances if you get a more sound undertstanding of Python and its applications in statistical programming. Before registering yourself, gain a firm grasp on courses such as Python for Data Science, Math Refresher, and Statistics essential for Data Science.

### Machine Learning

Preview#### Lesson 01: Course Introduction

09:19Preview##### 1.01 Course Introduction

06:08##### 1.02 Demo: Jupyter Lab Walk - Through

03:11

#### Lesson 02: Introduction to Machine Learning

08:40Preview##### 2.01 Learning Objectives

00:42##### 2.02 Relationship between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science: Part A

02:46##### 2.03 Relationship between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science: Part B

01:23##### 2.04 Definition and Features of Machine Learning

01:30##### 2.05 Machine Learning Approaches

01:46##### 2.06 Key Takeaways

00:33

#### Lesson 03: Supervised Learning Regression and Classification

02:10:59Preview##### 3.01 Learning Objectives

00:46##### 3.02 Supervised Learning

02:18##### 3.03 Supervised Learning: Real Life Scenario

00:55##### 3.04 Understanding the Algorithm

00:54##### 3.05 Supervised Learning Flow

01:51##### 3.06 Types of Supervised Learning: Part A

01:57##### 3.07 Types of Supervised Learning: Part B

02:05##### 3.08 Types of Classification Algorithms

01:03##### 3.09 Types of Regression Algorithms: Part A

03:23##### 3.10 Regression Use Case

00:36##### 3.11 Accuracy Metrics

01:24##### 3.12 Cost Function

01:49##### 3.13 Evaluating Coefficients

00:55##### 3.14 Demo: Linear Regression

13:48##### 3.15 Challenges in Prediction

01:47##### 3.16 Types of Regression Algorithms: Part B

02:40##### 3.17 Demo: Bigmart

37:29##### 3.18 Logistic Regression: Part A

02:01##### 3.19 Logistic Regression: Part B

01:41##### 3.20 Sigmoid Probability

02:07##### 3.21 Accuracy Matrix

01:28##### 3.22 Demo: Survival of Titanic Passengers

13:17##### 3.23 Overview of Classification

02:03##### 3.24 Classification: A Supervised Learning Algorithm

00:52##### 3.25 Use Cases

02:34##### 3.26 Classification Algorithms

00:17##### 3.27 Performance Measures: Confusion Matrix

02:21##### 3.28 Performance Measures: Cost Matrix

02:07##### 3.29 Naive Bayes Classifier

01:16##### 3.30 Steps to Calculate Posterior Probability: Part A

01:41##### 3.31 Steps to Calculate Posterior Probability: Part B

02:22##### 3.32 Support Vector Machines: Linear Separability

01:05##### 3.33 Support Vector Machines: Classification Margin

02:06##### 3.34 Linear SVM: Mathematical Representation

02:05##### 3.35 Non linear SVMs

01:07##### 3.36 The Kernel Trick

01:19##### 3.37 Demo: Voice Classification

10:42##### 3.38 Key Takeaways

00:48

#### Lesson 04: Decision Trees and Random Forest

18:09Preview##### 4.01 Learning Objectives

00:37##### 4.02 Decision Tree: Classifier

02:17##### 4.03 Decision Tree: Examples

01:44##### 4.04 Decision Tree: Formation

00:46##### 4.05 Choosing the Classifier

02:56##### 4.06 Overfitting of Decision Trees

01:01##### 4.07 Random Forest Classifier Bagging and Bootstrapping

02:19##### 4.08 Decision Tree and Random Forest Classifier

01:07##### 4.09 Demo: Horse Survival

04:57##### 4.10 Key Takeaways

00:25

#### Lesson 05: Unsupervised Learning

32:41Preview##### 5.01 Learning Objectives

00:36##### 5.02 Overview

01:47##### 5.03 Example and Applications of Unsupervised Learning

02:17##### 5.04 Clustering

01:46##### 5.05 Hierarchical Clustering

02:30##### 5.06 Hierarchical Clustering: Example

02:02##### 5.07 Demo: Clustering Animals

05:40##### 5.08 K-means Clustering

03:54##### 5.09 Optimal Number of Clusters

03:27##### 5.10 Demo: Cluster Based Incentivization

08:18##### 5.11 Key Takeaways

00:24

#### Lesson 06: Time Series Modelling

38:57Preview##### 6.01 Learning Objectives

00:24##### 6.02 Overview of Time Series Modeling

02:16##### 6.03 Time Series Pattern Types: Part A

02:16##### 6.04 Time Series Pattern Types: Part B

01:19##### 6.05 White Noise

01:06##### 6.06 Stationarity

02:13##### 6.07 Removal of Non Stationarity

02:13##### 6.08 Demo: Air Passengers I

14:26##### 6.09 Time Series Models: Part A

02:14##### 6.10 Time Series Models: Part B

01:28##### 6.11 Time Series Models: Part C

01:51##### 6.12 Steps in Time Series Forecasting

00:37##### 6.13 Demo: Air Passengers II

06:14##### 6.14 Key Takeaways

00:20

#### Lesson 07: Ensemble Learning

39:35Preview##### 7.01 Learning Objectives

00:24##### 7.02 Overview

02:41##### 7.03 Ensemble Learning Methods: Part A

02:49##### 7.04 Ensemble Learning Methods: Part B

04:09##### 7.05 Working of AdaBoost

01:43##### 7.06 AdaBoost Algorithm and Flowchart

02:28##### 7.07 Gradient Boosting

04:37##### 7.08 XGBoost

02:23##### 7.09 XGBoost Parameters: Part A

03:15##### 7.10 XGBoost Parameters: Part B

02:30##### 7.11 Demo: Pima Indians Diabetes

03:11##### 7.12 Model Selection

02:55##### 7.13 Common Splitting Strategies

01:45##### 7.14 Demo: Cross Validation

04:18##### 7.15 Key Takeaways

00:27

#### Lesson 08: Recommender Systems

26:11Preview##### 8.01 Learning Objectives

00:27##### 8.02 Introduction

02:16##### 8.03 Purposes of Recommender Systems

00:45##### 8.04 Paradigms of Recommender Systems

02:45##### 8.05 Collaborative Filtering: Part A

02:14##### 8.06 Collaborative Filtering: Part B

01:58##### 8.07 Association Rule: Mining

01:47##### 8.08 Association Rule: Mining Market Basket Analysis

01:42##### 8.09 Association Rule: Generation Apriori Algorithm

00:53##### 8.10 Apriori Algorithm Example: Part A

02:13##### 8.11 Apriori Algorithm Example: Part B

01:17##### 8.12 Apriori Algorithm: Rule Selection

02:52##### 8.13 Demo: User Movie Recommendation Model

04:12##### 8.14 Key Takeaways

00:50

#### Lesson 09: Level Up Sessions

10:31##### Session 01

05:22##### Session 02

05:09

#### Practice Project

##### California Housing Price Prediction

##### Phishing Detector with LR

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### Statistics Essential for Data Science

Preview#### Lesson 01: Course Introduction

07:05Preview##### 1.01 Course Introduction

05:19##### 1.02 What Will You Learn

01:46

#### Lesson 02: Introduction to Statistics

18:41Preview##### 2.01 Learning Objectives

01:16##### 2.02 What Is Statistics

01:50##### 2.03 Why Statistics

02:06##### 2.04 Difference between Population and Sample

01:21##### 2.05 Different Types of Statistics

02:42##### 2.06 Importance of Statistical Concepts in Data Science

03:20##### 2.07 Application of Statistical Concepts in Business

02:11##### 2.08 Case Studies of Statistics Usage in Business

03:09##### 2.09 Recap

00:46

#### Lesson 03: Understanding the Data

17:29Preview##### 3.01 Learning Objectives

01:12##### 3.02 Types of Data in Business Contexts

02:11##### 3.03 Data Categorization and Types of Data

03:13##### 3.03 Types of Data Collection

02:14##### 3.04 Types of Data

02:01##### 3.05 Structured vs. Unstructured Data

01:46##### 3.06 Sources of Data

02:17##### 3.07 Data Quality Issues

01:38##### 3.08 Recap

00:57

#### Lesson 04: Descriptive Statistics

32:48Preview##### 4.01 Learning Objectives

01:26##### 4.02 Mathematical and Positional Averages

03:15##### 4.03 Measures of Central Tendancy: Part A

02:17##### 4.04 Measures of Central Tendancy: Part B

02:41##### 4.05 Measures of Dispersion

01:15##### 4.06 Range Outliers Quartiles Deviation

02:30##### 4.07 Mean Absolute Deviation (MAD) Standard Deviation Variance

03:37##### 4.08 Z Score and Empirical Rule

02:14##### 4.09 Coefficient of Variation and Its Application

02:06##### 4.10 Measures of Shape

02:39##### 4.11 Summarizing Data

02:03##### 4.12 Recap

00:54##### 4.13 Case Study One: Descriptive Statistics

05:51

#### Lesson 05: Data Visualization

20:55Preview##### 5.01 Learning Objectives

00:57##### 5.02 Data Visualization

02:15##### 5.03 Basic Charts

01:52##### 5.04 Advanced Charts

02:19##### 5.05 Interpretation of the Charts

02:57##### 5.06 Selecting the Appropriate Chart

02:25##### 5.07 Charts Do's and Dont's

02:47##### 5.08 Story Telling With Charts

01:29##### 5.09 Recap

00:50##### 5.10 Case Study Two: Data Visualization

03:04

#### Lesson 06: Probability

19:49Preview##### 6.01 Learning Objectives

00:55##### 6.02 Introduction to Probability

03:10##### 6.03 Key Terms in Probability

02:25##### 6.04 Conditional Probability

02:11##### 6.05 Types of Events: Independent and Dependent

02:59##### 6.06 Addition Theorem of Probability

01:58##### 6.07 Multiplication Theorem of Probability

02:08##### 6.08 Bayes Theorem

03:10##### 6.09 Recap

00:53

#### Lesson 07: Probability Distributions

23:20Preview##### 7.01 Learning Objectives

00:52##### 7.02 Random Variable

02:21##### 7.03 Probability Distributions Discrete vs.Continuous: Part A

01:44##### 7.04 Probability Distributions Discrete vs.Continuous: Part B

01:45##### 7.05 Commonly Used Discrete Probability Distributions: Part A

03:18##### 7.06 Discrete Probability Distributions: Poisson

03:16##### 7.07 Binomial by Poisson Theorem

02:28##### 7.08 Commonly Used Continuous Probability Distribution

03:22##### 7.09 Applicaton of Normal Distribution

02:49##### 7.10 Recap

01:25

#### Lesson 08: Sampling and Sampling Techniques

30:53Preview##### 8.01 Learnning Objectives

00:51##### 8.02 Introduction to Sampling and Sampling Errors

03:05##### 8.03 Advantages and Disadvantages of Sampling

01:31##### 8.04 Probability Sampling Methods: Part A

02:32##### 8.05 Probability Sampling Methods: Part B

02:27##### 8.06 Non-Probability Sampling Methods: Part A

01:42##### 8.07 Non-Probability Sampling Methods: Part B

01:25##### 8.08 Uses of Probability Sampling and Non-Probability Sampling

02:08##### 8.09 Sampling

01:08##### 8.10 Probability Distribution

02:53##### 8.11 Theorem Five Point One

00:52##### 8.12 Center Limit Theorem

02:14##### 8.13 Recap

01:07##### 8.14 Case Study Three: Sample and Sampling Techniques

05:16##### 8.15 Spotlight

01:42

#### Lesson 09: Inferential Statistics

33:59Preview##### 9.01 Learning Objectives

01:04##### 9.02 Hypothesis and Hypothesis Testing in Businesses

03:24##### 9.03 Null and Alternate Hypothesis

01:44##### 9.04 P Value

03:22##### 9.05 Levels of Significance

01:16##### 9.06 Type One and Two Errors

01:37##### 9.07 Z Test

02:24##### 9.08 Confidence Intervals and Percentage Significance Level: Part A

02:52##### 9.09 Confidence Intervals: Part B

01:20##### 9.10 One Tail and Two Tail Tests

04:43##### 9.11 Notes to Remember for Null Hypothesis

01:02##### 9.12 Alternate Hypothesis

01:51##### 9.13 Recap

00:56##### 9.14 Case Study 4: Inferential Statistics

06:24##### Hypothesis Testing

#### Lesson 10: Application of Inferential Statistics

27:20Preview##### 10.01 Learning Objectives

00:50##### 10.02 Bivariate Analysis

02:01##### 10.03 Selecting the Appropriate Test for EDA

02:29##### 10.04 Parametric vs. Non-Parametric Tests

01:54##### 10.05 Test of Significance

01:38##### 10.06 Z Test

04:27##### 10.07 T Test

00:54##### 10.08 Parametric Tests ANOVA

03:26##### 10.09 Chi-Square Test

02:31##### 10.10 Sign Test

01:58##### 10.11 Kruskal Wallis Test

01:04##### 10.12 Mann Whitney Wilcoxon Test

01:18##### 10.13 Run Test for Randomness

01:53##### 10.14 Recap

00:57

#### Lesson 11: Relation between Variables

18:08Preview##### 11.01 Learning Objectives

01:06##### 11.02 Correlation

01:54##### 11.03 Karl Pearson's Coefficient of Correlation

02:36##### 11.04 Karl Pearsons: Use Cases

01:30##### 11.05 Spearmans Rank Correlation Coefficient

02:14##### 11.06 Causation

01:47##### 11.07 Example of Regression

02:28##### 11.08 Coefficient of Determination

01:12##### 11.09 Quantifying Quality

02:29##### 11.10 Recap

00:52

#### Lesson 12: Application of Statistics in Business

17:25Preview##### 12.01 Learning Objectives

00:53##### 12.02 How to Use Statistics In Day to Day Business

03:29##### 12.03 Example: How to Not Lie With Statistics

02:34##### 12.04 How to Not Lie With Statistics

01:49##### 12.05 Lying Through Visualizations

02:15##### 12.06 Lying About Relationships

03:31##### 12.07 Recap

01:06##### 12.08 Spotlight

01:48

#### Lesson 13: Assisted Practice

11:47Preview##### Assisted Practice: Problem Statement

02:10##### Assisted Practice: Solution

09:37

### Who provides the certificate, and how long is it valid for?

Our machine learning course in Austin gives you validity in the field for life, and you will recieve your coveted certification after you successfully complete the course. However, you need to complete the machine learning course in Austin first with an industry project at the end for our faculty to evaluate your prowess in the subject.### How do I become a Machine Learning Engineer?

If you want to become the best machine learning engineer you can be, choose our popular machine learning course in Austin and get a better understanding of the fundamentals of ML. Apart from this, get acquainted with all the best industry practices and concepts such as regression, classification, time series, modeling, and clustering to advance your skill base in the subject. By completing this machine learning course in Austin, you can fill in top positions at companies with a certification that will attest to your skills and on-the-job expertise

### What do I need to unlock my Simplilearn certificate?

**We offer two ways for candidates to enjoy the machine learning course in Austin and get certified after they complete the machine learning in Austin.****Online Classroom****You must attend all of your machine learning course in Austin classes and finish your ML training successfully.****Upon successful completion, please submit at least one industry project to our faculty for evaluation.**

**Online Self-Learning****Complete at least 85% of the course to be eligible for sitting for your final project assessment.****Submit at least one of the industry assignments for final evaluation**

### Do you provide any practice tests as part of this Machine Learning course?

Yes, Simplilearn offers you a practice test, included in the machine learning course in Austin so you have the chance to test yourseld and see how much you've learned in the ML field. It will help you get ready for the final machine learning training in Austin program and understand the type of questions that might be asked during the test. Apart from enrolling in our machine learning course in Austin, you can also try this Machine Learning Multiple Choice Questions - Free Practice Test to get a lay of the land and get an idea about the course curriculum.

### What is Machine Learning?

Machine learning is nothing but an implementation of Artificial Intelligence that allows systems to simultaneously learn and improve from past experiences without the need of being explicitly programmed. It is a process of observing data patterns, collecting relevant information, and making effective decisions for a better future of any organization. Machine learning facilitates the analysis of huge quantities of data, usually delivering faster and accurate results to extract profitable benefits and opportunities.### Why learn Machine Learning?

- Machine learning is taking over the world, and with that, there is a growing need among companies for professionals to know the ins and outs of machine learning
- The machine learning market size is expected to grow from USD 1.03 Billion in 2016 to USD 8.81 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 44.1% during the forecast period

### How do beginners learn Machine Learning?

Machine learning is in high demand. But before you jump into machine learning certification training, it’s essential for beginners to get familiar with the basics of first. Simplilearn’s free resources articles, tutorials, and YouTube videos will help you get a handle on the concepts and techniques of machine learning. Start your learning with our free ML courses that serve as a foundation for this exciting and dynamic field: Statistics Essentials for Data Science, Math Refresher, and Data Science with Python.

### How will the labs be conducted?

Simplilearn provides Integrated labs for all the hands-on execution of Machine Learning projects. The learners will be guided on all aspects, from deploying tools to executing hands-on exercises.### What are the objectives of Machine Learning course in Austin?

This Machine Learning course in Austin will provide you with insights into the vital roles played by machine learning engineers and data scientists. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to uncover the hidden value in data using Python programming for futuristic inference. You will work with real-time data across multiple domains including e-commerce, automotive, social media and more. You will learn how to develop machine learning algorithms using concepts of regression, classification, time series modelling and much more.### What skills will you learn in this Machine Learning training in Austin?

- Master the concepts of supervised and unsupervised learning, recommendation engine, and time series modelling
- Gain practical mastery over principles, algorithms, and applications of machine learning through a hands-on approach that includes working on four major end-to-end projects and 25+ hands-on exercises
- Acquire thorough knowledge of the statistical and heuristic aspects of machine learning
- Implement models such as support vector machines, kernel SVM, naive Bayes, decision tree classifier, random forest classifier, logistic regression, K-means clustering and more in Python
- Validate machine learning models and decode various accuracy metrics. Improve the final models using another set of optimization algorithms, which include Boosting & Bagging techniques
- Comprehend theoretical concepts and how they relate to the practical aspects of machine learning

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