Hi, I noticed that there are a lot of books and courses on machine learning with Python,R,Matlab.
Are there any good books based on Wolfram Language?
Despite the extensive documentation, and always growing, it is indeed something that is missing. The same thing can be said of MOOC's.
The book by Phil Gregory is geared to data analysis, not specific on machine learning. But he provides a large section on Markov Chain Monte Carlo. He also provides a Wolfram Language notebook with worked examples. You can find these at the Resources section of this link http://www.cambridge.org/nl/academic/subjects/statistics-probability/statistics-physical-sciences-and-engineering/bayesian-logical-data-analysis-physical-sciences-comparative-approach-mathematica-support?format=PB