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Books on machine learning based on Wolfram Language?

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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? Thx.

POSTED BY: l van Veen
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6 months ago

Despite the extensive documentation, and always growing, it is indeed something that is missing. The same thing can be said of MOOC's.

POSTED BY: Pedro Fonseca
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6 months ago

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

POSTED BY: Romke Bontekoe
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6 months ago

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