End to End Data Science Practicum with Knime

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End to End Data Science Practicum with Knime 4.2 (370 ratings) Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.

What you’ll learn

  • You will be able to implement end to end data science projects from data to knowledge level
  • You will apply your data science knowledge to any problem in any domain, or you will understand if it is not applicable

Requirements

  • high school math
  • being able to install software

Description

The course starts with a top down approach to data science projects. The first step is covering data science project management techniques and we follow CRISP-DM methodology with 6 steps below:

Business Understanding : We cover the types of problems and business processes in real life

Data Understanding: We cover the data types and data problems. We also try to visualize data to discover.

Data Preprocessing: We cover the classical problems on data and also handling the problems like noisy or dirty data and missing values. Row or column filtering, data integration with concatenation and joins. We cover the data transformation such as discretization, normalization, or pivoting.

Machine Learning: we cover the classification algorithms such as Naive Bayes, Decision Trees, Logistic Regression or K-NN. We also cover prediction / regression algorithms like linear regression, polynomial regression or decision tree regression. We also cover unsupervised learning problems like clustering and association rule

Evaluation: In the final step of data science, we study the metrics of success via Confusion Matrix, Precision, Recall, Sensitivity, Specificity for classification; purity , randindex for Clustering and  rmse, rmae, mse, mae for Regression / Prediction problems with Knime.

BONUS CLASSES

We also have bonus classes for artificial neural network and deep learning on image processing problems.

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