A curated list of quantum machine learning algorithms, study materials, libraries, and software (by language). Why Quantum Machine Learning? Machine Learning(ML) is just a term in recent days but the work effort start from 18th century. What is Machine Learning?, In Simple word the answer is making the computer or application to learn themselves . … Continue reading Quantum Machine Learning
Logistic regression is a predictive modelling algorithm that is used when the Y variable is binary categorical. That is, it can take only two values like 1 or 0. The goal is to determine a mathematical equation that can be used to predict the probability of event 1. Once the equation is established, it can … Continue reading Logistic Regression – A complete Tutorial
What is linear regression? Suppose you are thinking of selling your home. Different sized homes around you have sold for different amounts: Your home is 3000 square feet. How much should you sell it for? You have to look at the existing data and predict a price for your home. This is called linear regression. … Continue reading Linear Regression In Pictures
Part-2 -- Learn Core Linux Commands Working with commands - type, which, help, man, info, whatis, alias Exploring the file system commands - ls, pwd, file, more, less Manipulating files and directories commands - cp, mv, mkdir, rm Redirection commands - cat, sort, uniq, grep, wc, head, tail Permissions commands - id, cdmod, su, sudo, … Continue reading Bash for Everyone — Part 2
I’ve divided this post into two parts, first, one will be focused on bash and the second one will be on Unix commands and useful one-liners. Table of Contents Part-1 -- Shell Scripting Pipelines Bash - Bourne Again Shell Compound Statements Running bash scripts File permissions Part-2 Shell Scripting Shell scripting is a computer programming which … Continue reading Bash for Everyone — Part 1
Edge computing is a way to streamline the flow of traffic from IoT devices and provide real-time local data analysis. The cloud is no longer sufficient to instantaneously process and analyze the troves of data generated — or soon to be generated — by IoT devices, connected cars, and other digital platforms. Enter edge computing. … Continue reading What is Edge computing?
I frequently find myself storing standard Python set objects in DataFrame columns. This usually happens when I have some kind of a tags or labels column for each observation. It can also be the output of a groupby operation where the end result needs to be a list-like (or set-like) object before it's aggregated. Using set operations (union, intersection etc.) can come in handy in … Continue reading Introducing Pandas-Sets: Set-oriented Operations in Pandas