• Tim Burns

Recommended Books on Machine Learning

Photo by Sylvia Sammon-Burns - Taken at The Common Man Inn

Here are the classic Machine Learning book references.

As a sign of the Academic nature of ML, all are essentially PDF with the intent that the reader would print them out and read them offline. I did that once, and then I lost patience and wrote some code.

As a practitioner, classification is the most useful aspect of Machine Learning in the problems I encounter. Often I want to know group rows in the database according to the data I have with similar important properties - like potential customer value.

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