Online free lectures of Machine Learning by Stanford University

24 Apr

Published on: Apr 24, 2012

Due to the fact that I achieved the post number 10, during these days I was improving the format and removing some typos of the posts. I have changed the font by hand (I don’t want to pay this feature to and I have included new links, an advance structure and colours. I hope this short of things make the posts more readable 🙂

Today I am coming with one series of lectures related to the topic of Machine Learning offered by Stanford University. More information about the lectures can be found here. The lectures not only include the videos but also the rest of the material: handouts, assessments, Matlab and Octave resources, datasets and so on.

Another way to follow this conten is enroll in the free courses giving by coursera. Here, you can find free online lectures that you can enroll and follow about different topics like: social sciences, mathematics, statistics, computer science, health and more.

Now I am enrolled in the course of Data Mining and I have to say that it is really helpful and suitable even if your level in the area is not deep. Anyway, I hope somebody enjoy the lectures 🙂

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