Foundational Python For Data Science

Author by : Kennedy Behrman
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Publisher by : Addison-Wesley Professional
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Description : Data science and machine learning - two of the world's hottest fields - are attracting talent from a wide variety of technical, business, and liberal arts disciplines. Python, the world's #1 programming language, is also the most popular language for data science and machine learning. This is the first guide specifically designed to help students with widely diverse backgrounds learn foundational Python so they can use it for data science and machine learning. This book is catered to introductory-level college courses on data science. Leading data science instructor and practitioner Kennedy Behrman first walks through the process of learning to code for the first time with Python and Jupyter notebook, then introduces key libraries every Python data science programmer needs to master. Once students have learned these foundations, Behrman introduces intermediate and applied Python techniques for real-world problem-solving. Throughout, Foundational Python for Data Science presents hands-on exercises, learning assessments, case studies, and more - all created with colab (jupyter compatible) notebooks, so students can execute all coding examples interactively without installing or configuring any software.


Python Programming For Data Analysis

Author by : José Unpingco
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This textbook grew out of notes for the ECE143 Programming for Data Analysis class that the author has been teaching at University of California, San Diego, which is a requirement for both graduate and undergraduate degrees in Machine Learning and Data Science. This book is ideal for readers with some Python programming experience. The book covers key language concepts that must be understood to program effectively, especially for data analysis applications. Certain low-level language features are discussed in detail, especially Python memory management and data structures. Using Python effectively means taking advantage of its vast ecosystem. The book discusses Python package management and how to use third-party modules as well as how to structure your own Python modules. The section on object-oriented programming explains features of the language that facilitate common programming patterns. After developing the key Python language features, the book moves on to third-party modules that are foundational for effective data analysis, starting with Numpy. The book develops key Numpy concepts and discusses internal Numpy array data structures and memory usage. Then, the author moves onto Pandas and details its many features for data processing and alignment. Because strong visualizations are important for communicating data analysis, key modules such as Matplotlib are developed in detail, along with web-based options such as Bokeh, Holoviews, Altair, and Plotly. The text is sprinkled with many tricks-of-the-trade that help avoid common pitfalls. The author explains the internal logic embodied in the Python language so that readers can get into the Python mindset and make better design choices in their codes, which is especially helpful for newcomers to both Python and data analysis. To get the most out of this book, open a Python interpreter and type along with the many code samples.


Algorithms For Data Science

Author by : Brian Steele
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This textbook on practical data analytics unites fundamental principles, algorithms, and data. Algorithms are the keystone of data analytics and the focal point of this textbook. Clear and intuitive explanations of the mathematical and statistical foundations make the algorithms transparent. But practical data analytics requires more than just the foundations. Problems and data are enormously variable and only the most elementary of algorithms can be used without modification. Programming fluency and experience with real and challenging data is indispensable and so the reader is immersed in Python and R and real data analysis. By the end of the book, the reader will have gained the ability to adapt algorithms to new problems and carry out innovative analyses. This book has three parts:(a) Data Reduction: Begins with the concepts of data reduction, data maps, and information extraction. The second chapter introduces associative statistics, the mathematical foundation of scalable algorithms and distributed computing. Practical aspects of distributed computing is the subject of the Hadoop and MapReduce chapter.(b) Extracting Information from Data: Linear regression and data visualization are the principal topics of Part II. The authors dedicate a chapter to the critical domain of Healthcare Analytics for an extended example of practical data analytics. The algorithms and analytics will be of much interest to practitioners interested in utilizing the large and unwieldly data sets of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.(c) Predictive Analytics Two foundational and widely used algorithms, k-nearest neighbors and naive Bayes, are developed in detail. A chapter is dedicated to forecasting. The last chapter focuses on streaming data and uses publicly accessible data streams originating from the Twitter API and the NASDAQ stock market in the tutorials. This book is intended for a one- or two-semester course in data analytics for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students in mathematics, statistics, and computer science. The prerequisites are kept low, and students with one or two courses in probability or statistics, an exposure to vectors and matrices, and a programming course will have no difficulty. The core material of every chapter is accessible to all with these prerequisites. The chapters often expand at the close with innovations of interest to practitioners of data science. Each chapter includes exercises of varying levels of difficulty. The text is eminently suitable for self-study and an exceptional resource for practitioners.


Data Science Fundamentals For Python And Mongodb

Author by : David Paper
Languange : en
Publisher by : Apress
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Description : Build the foundational data science skills necessary to work with and better understand complex data science algorithms. This example-driven book provides complete Python coding examples to complement and clarify data science concepts, and enrich the learning experience. Coding examples include visualizations whenever appropriate. The book is a necessary precursor to applying and implementing machine learning algorithms. The book is self-contained. All of the math, statistics, stochastic, and programming skills required to master the content are covered. In-depth knowledge of object-oriented programming isn’t required because complete examples are provided and explained. Data Science Fundamentals with Python and MongoDB is an excellent starting point for those interested in pursuing a career in data science. Like any science, the fundamentals of data science are a prerequisite to competency. Without proficiency in mathematics, statistics, data manipulation, and coding, the path to success is “rocky” at best. The coding examples in this book are concise, accurate, and complete, and perfectly complement the data science concepts introduced. What You'll Learn Prepare for a career in data science Work with complex data structures in Python Simulate with Monte Carlo and Stochastic algorithms Apply linear algebra using vectors and matrices Utilize complex algorithms such as gradient descent and principal component analysis Wrangle, cleanse, visualize, and problem solve with data Use MongoDB and JSON to work with data Who This Book Is For The novice yearning to break into the data science world, and the enthusiast looking to enrich, deepen, and develop data science skills through mastering the underlying fundamentals that are sometimes skipped over in the rush to be productive. Some knowledge of object-oriented programming will make learning easier.


Advanced Data Science And Analytics With Python

Author by : Jesus Rogel-Salazar
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Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Advanced Data Science and Analytics with Python enables data scientists to continue developing their skills and apply them in business as well as academic settings. The subjects discussed in this book are complementary and a follow-up to the topics discussed in Data Science and Analytics with Python. The aim is to cover important advanced areas in data science using tools developed in Python such as SciKit-learn, Pandas, Numpy, Beautiful Soup, NLTK, NetworkX and others. The model development is supported by the use of frameworks such as Keras, TensorFlow and Core ML, as well as Swift for the development of iOS and MacOS applications. Features: Targets readers with a background in programming, who are interested in the tools used in data analytics and data science Uses Python throughout Presents tools, alongside solved examples, with steps that the reader can easily reproduce and adapt to their needs Focuses on the practical use of the tools rather than on lengthy explanations Provides the reader with the opportunity to use the book whenever needed rather than following a sequential path The book can be read independently from the previous volume and each of the chapters in this volume is sufficiently independent from the others, providing flexibility for the reader. Each of the topics addressed in the book tackles the data science workflow from a practical perspective, concentrating on the process and results obtained. The implementation and deployment of trained models are central to the book. Time series analysis, natural language processing, topic modelling, social network analysis, neural networks and deep learning are comprehensively covered. The book discusses the need to develop data products and addresses the subject of bringing models to their intended audiences – in this case, literally to the users’ fingertips in the form of an iPhone app. About the Author Dr. Jesús Rogel-Salazar is a lead data scientist in the field, working for companies such as Tympa Health Technologies, Barclays, AKQA, IBM Data Science Studio and Dow Jones. He is a visiting researcher at the Department of Physics at Imperial College London, UK and a member of the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics at the University of Hertfordshire, UK.


Python And R For The Modern Data Scientist

Author by : Rick J. Scavetta
Languange : en
Publisher by : O'Reilly Media
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Description : Success in data science depends on the flexible and appropriate use of tools. That includes Python and R, two of the foundational programming languages in the field. With this book, data scientists from the Python and R communities will learn how to speak the dialects of each language. By recognizing the strengths of working with both, you'll discover new ways to accomplish data science tasks and expand your skill set. Authors Boyan Angelov and Rick Scavetta explain the parallel structures of these languages and highlight where each one excels, whether it's their linguistic features or the powers of their open source ecosystems. Not only will you learn how to use Python and R together in real-world settings, but you'll also broaden your knowledge and job opportunities by working as a bilingual data scientist. Learn Python and R from the perspective of your current language Understand the strengths and weaknesses of each language Identify use cases where one language is better suited than the other Understand the modern open source ecosystem available for both, including packages, frameworks, and workflows Learn how to integrate R and Python in a single workflow Follow a real-world case study that demonstrates ways to use these languages together


Data Science Crash Course For Beginners

Author by : A. I. Sciences OU
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : This course lays the groundwork for further study into data science with Python for those students with little to no experienceKey Features* Crash course in Python programming to build or refresh any gaps in prerequisite knowledge* Real-world projects for hands-on practice in various data science tasks* Access to all codes and datasets free to view onlineBook DescriptionData science is here to stay. The tremendous growth in the volume, velocity, and variety of data has a substantial impact on every aspect of a business. While data continues to grow exponentially, accuracy remains a problem. This is where data scientists play a decisive role.A data scientist analyzes data, discovers new insights, paints a picture, and creates a vision. And a competent data scientist will provide a business with the competitive edge it needs and to address pressing business problems.Data Science Crash Course for Beginners with Python presents you with a hands-on approach to learn data science fast. This book presents you with the tools and packages you need to kick-start data science projects to resolve problems of a practical nature. Special emphasis is laid on the main stages of a data science pipeline--data acquisition, data preparation, exploratory data analysis, data modeling and evaluation, and interpretation of the results.The author simplifies your learning by providing detailed, guided instructions through everything. The step-by-step description of the installation of the software you need to implement the various data science techniques in this book is guaranteed to make your learning easier. So, right from the beginning, you can experiment with the practical aspects of data science. By the end of this course, you will have a solid grasp on the essential concepts of data science and its most fundamental implementations, laying the groundwork for your next steps no matter your chosen direction.The code bundle for this course is available at https://www.aispublishing.net/book-data-science-01What you will learn* Consider Natural Language Processing and decision making in data science* Install Python and libraries for data science* Review Python for data science* Study data acquisition* Practice data preparation (preprocessing)* Perform exploratory data analysis* Explore data modeling and evaluation using machine learning* Interpret data and report your findings* Successfully complete several data science projectsWho this book is forThis book is specifically designed for beginners in data science looking to build foundational tools and skills quickly, utilizing the Python programming language. No prior experience is required.


Driving Scientific And Engineering Discoveries Through The Convergence Of Hpc Big Data And Ai

Author by : Jeffrey Nichols
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This book constitutes the revised selected papers of the 17th Smoky Mountains Computational Sciences and Engineering Conference, SMC 2020, held in Oak Ridge, TN, USA*, in August 2020. The 36 full papers and 1 short paper presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 94 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections of computational applications: converged HPC and artificial intelligence; system software: data infrastructure and life cycle; experimental/observational applications: use cases that drive requirements for AI and HPC convergence; deploying computation: on the road to a converged ecosystem; scientific data challenges. *The conference was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


A Hands On Introduction To Data Science

Author by : Chirag Shah
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This book introduces the field of data science in a practical and accessible manner, using a hands-on approach that assumes no prior knowledge of the subject. The foundational ideas and techniques of data science are provided independently from technology, allowing students to easily develop a firm understanding of the subject without a strong technical background, as well as being presented with material that will have continual relevance even after tools and technologies change. Using popular data science tools such as Python and R, the book offers many examples of real-life applications, with practice ranging from small to big data. A suite of online material for both instructors and students provides a strong supplement to the book, including datasets, chapter slides, solutions, sample exams and curriculum suggestions. This entry-level textbook is ideally suited to readers from a range of disciplines wishing to build a practical, working knowledge of data science.


Python For Data Science

Author by : Oscar Brogan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Are you a new business owner? Or an entrepreneur looking to catch up to the big companies in your industrial sector? Do you want to find new solutions for complex decisions and maybe automate the entire process? Don't worry: background in coding language is not required! This is the book you need to understand and master the fundamentals and importance of data science technologies to kick start your business or take it to the next level. Thanks to the smart and savvy customers of today, the competition to gain new customers while retaining existing customers is fierce. As a result, companies are increasingly relying upon cutting edge technologies such as big data analytics, data mining technology, machine learning, and artificial intelligence technology to gain an edge over the competition Today machine learning and artificial intelligence have given rise to sophisticated machines that can study human behavior and activity to identify underlying human behavioral patterns and precisely predict what products and services consumers are interested in. Businesses with an eye on the future are gradually turning into technology companies under the façade of their intended business model. It is getting increasingly challenging for traditional businesses to retain their customers without adopting one or more of the cutting-edge technology explained in this book. Those entrepreneurs and business executives who have a sound understanding of the current challenges and status of their business will be primed to make informed decisions to meet the challenges head-on and improve their bottom line. This is where the treasure trove of knowledge from this book will help you take an exciting new turn on your business journey and compete with the titans of the Silicon Valley. Do you found only complicated books? Don't worry You will find an easy-to-follow guide with the complex concepts explained easily. Some of the highlights of the book include: Learn the nuances of "12 of the most popular machine learning algorithms", in a very easy to understand language that requires no background in Python coding language Learn about the foundational machine learning algorithms namely, supervised, unsupervised, semi-supervised, and reinforcement machine learning algorithms Explicit list of all built-in Python functions, methods, and keywords that can be used to easily develop and run advanced codes Learn how Python programming is being used in the development and testing of software programs and machine learning algorithms to solve real-world problems Learn all about big data right from the historical development to the current explosion in this field Dig deep into the data mining process, the benefits of using data mining technology, the challenges facing the data mining technology Deep dive into the functioning of Scikit-Learn library along with the pre-requisites required to develop a machine learning model using the Scikit-Learn library and many more... This book is filled with real-life examples to help you understand the nitty-gritty of all the concepts as well as names and descriptions of multiple tools that you can further explore and selectively implement in your business to reap the benefits of these cutting-edge technologies. Remember knowledge is power, and with the great power you will gather from this book, you will be armed to make sound personal and professional technological choices. This is a must-have Python guide, and with this book, you can boost your knowledge and master big data and analytics with this easy-to-follow technique. Scroll up and hit that BUY BUTTON!


Practical Data Science With Python

Author by : Nathan George
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Learn to effectively manage data and execute data science projects from start to finish using Python Key Features: Understand and utilize data science tools in Python, such as specialized machine learning algorithms and statistical modeling Build a strong data science foundation with the best data science tools available in Python Add value to yourself, your organization, and society by extracting actionable insights from raw data Book Description: Practical Data Science with Python teaches you core data science concepts, with real-world and realistic examples, and strengthens your grip on the basic as well as advanced principles of data preparation and storage, statistics, probability theory, machine learning, and Python programming, helping you build a solid foundation to gain proficiency in data science. The book starts with an overview of basic Python skills and then introduces foundational data science techniques, followed by a thorough explanation of the Python code needed to execute the techniques. You'll understand the code by working through the examples. The code has been broken down into small chunks (a few lines or a function at a time) to enable thorough discussion. As you progress, you will learn how to perform data analysis while exploring the functionalities of key data science Python packages including pandas, SciPy, and scikit-learn. Finally, the book covers ethics and privacy concerns in data science and suggests resources for improving data science skills, as well as ways to stay up to date on new data science developments. By the end of the book, you should be able to comfortably use Python for basic data science projects and should have skills to execute the data science process on any data source. What You Will Learn: Use Python data science packages effectively Clean and prepare data for data science work, including feature engineering and feature selection Data modelling, including classic statistical models (e.g., t-tests), and essential machine learning (ML) algorithms, such as random forests and boosted models Evaluate model performance Compare and understand different ML methods Interact with Excel spreadsheets through Python Create automated data science reports through Python Get to grips with text analytics techniques Who this book is for: The book is intended for beginners, including students starting or about to start a data science, analytics, or related program (e.g. Bachelor's, Master's, bootcamp, online courses), recent college graduates who want to learn new skills to set them apart in the job market, professionals who want to learn hands-on data science techniques in Python, and those who want to shift their career to data science. The book requires basic familiarity with Python. A "getting started with Python" section has been included to get complete novices up to speed.


Mastering Python For Bioinformatics

Author by : Ken Youens-Clark
Languange : en
Publisher by : "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
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Description : Life scientists today urgently need training in bioinformatics skills. Too many bioinformatics programs are poorly written and barely maintained--usually by students and researchers who've never learned basic programming skills. This practical guide shows postdoc bioinformatics professionals and students how to exploit the best parts of Python to solve problems in biology while creating documented, tested, reproducible software. Ken Youens-Clark, author of Tiny Python Projects (Manning), demonstrates not only how to write effective Python code but also how to use tests to write and refactor scientific programs. You'll learn the latest Python features and toolsâ??including linters, formatters, type checkers, and testsâ??to create documented and tested programs. You'll also tackle 14 challenges in Rosalind, a problem-solving platform for learning bioinformatics and programming. Create command-line Python programs to document and validate parameters Write tests to verify refactor programs and confirm they're correct Address bioinformatics ideas using Python data structures and modules such as Biopython Create reproducible shortcuts and workflows using makefiles Parse essential bioinformatics file formats such as FASTA and FASTQ Find patterns of text using regular expressions Use higher-order functions in Python like filter(), map(), and reduce()


Practical Data Science Cookbook

Author by : Prabhanjan Tattar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Packt Publishing Ltd
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Description : Over 85 recipes to help you complete real-world data science projects in R and Python About This Book Tackle every step in the data science pipeline and use it to acquire, clean, analyze, and visualize your data Get beyond the theory and implement real-world projects in data science using R and Python Easy-to-follow recipes will help you understand and implement the numerical computing concepts Who This Book Is For If you are an aspiring data scientist who wants to learn data science and numerical programming concepts through hands-on, real-world project examples, this is the book for you. Whether you are brand new to data science or you are a seasoned expert, you will benefit from learning about the structure of real-world data science projects and the programming examples in R and Python. What You Will Learn Learn and understand the installation procedure and environment required for R and Python on various platforms Prepare data for analysis by implement various data science concepts such as acquisition, cleaning and munging through R and Python Build a predictive model and an exploratory model Analyze the results of your model and create reports on the acquired data Build various tree-based methods and Build random forest In Detail As increasing amounts of data are generated each year, the need to analyze and create value out of it is more important than ever. Companies that know what to do with their data and how to do it well will have a competitive advantage over companies that don't. Because of this, there will be an increasing demand for people that possess both the analytical and technical abilities to extract valuable insights from data and create valuable solutions that put those insights to use. Starting with the basics, this book covers how to set up your numerical programming environment, introduces you to the data science pipeline, and guides you through several data projects in a step-by-step format. By sequentially working through the steps in each chapter, you will quickly familiarize yourself with the process and learn how to apply it to a variety of situations with examples using the two most popular programming languages for data analysis—R and Python. Style and approach This step-by-step guide to data science is full of hands-on examples of real-world data science tasks. Each recipe focuses on a particular task involved in the data science pipeline, ranging from readying the dataset to analytics and visualization


Ultimate Step By Step Guide To Machine Learning Using Python

Author by : Daneyal Anis
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Description : *Start your Data Science career using Python today!* Are you ready to start your new exciting career? Ready to crush your machine learning career goals? Are you overwhelmed with complexity of the books on this subject?Then let this breezy and fun little book on Python and machine learning models make you a data scientist in 7 days! First part of this book introduces Python basics including: 1) Data Structures like Pandas 2) Foundational libraries like Numpy, Seaborn and Scikit-Learn Second part of this book shows you how to build predictive machine learning models step by step using techniques such as: 1) Regression analysis 2) Decision tree analysis 3) Training and testing data models 4) And much more! After reading this book you will be able to: 1) Code in Python with confidence 2) Build new machine learning models from scratch 3) Know how to clean and prepare your data for analytics 4) Speak confidently about statistical analysis techniques Data Science was ranked the fast-growing field by LinkedIn and Data Scientist is one of the most highly sought after and lucrative careers in the world! If you are on the fence about making the leap to a new and lucrative career, this is the book for you! What sets this book apart from other books on the topic of Python and Machine learning: 1) Step by step code examples and explanation 2) Complex concepts explained visually 3) Real world applicability of the machine learning models introduced 4) Bonus free code samples that you can try yourself without any prior experience in Python! What do I need to get started? You will have a step by step action plan in place once you finish this book and finally feel that you, can master data science and machine learning and start lucrative and rewarding career! Ready to dive in to the exciting world of Python and Machine Learning? Then scroll up to the top and hit that BUY BUTTON!


Data Science Fundamentals Part 1

Author by : Jonathan Dinu
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Description : 20 Hours of Video Instruction Data Science Fundamentals LiveLessons teaches you the foundational concepts, theory, and techniques you need to know to become an effective data scientist. The videos present you with applied, example-driven lessons in Python and its associated ecosystem of libraries, where you get your hands dirty with real datasets and see real results. Description If nothing else, by the end of this video course you will have analyzed a number of datasets from the wild, built a handful of applications, and applied machine learning algorithms in meaningful ways to get real results. And along the way you learn the best practices and computational techniques used by a professional data scientist. More specifically, you learn how to acquire data that is openly accessible on the Internet by working with APIs. You learn how to parse XML and JSON data to load it into a relational database. About the Instructor Jonathan Dinu is an author, researcher, and most importantly, an educator. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon's Human Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), where he is working to democratize machine learning and artificial intelligence through interpretable and interactive algorithms. Previously, he founded Zipfian Academy (an immersive data science training program acquired by Galvanize), has taught classes at the University of San Francisco, and has built a Data Visualization MOOC with Udacity. In addition to his professional data science experience, he has run data science trainings for a Fortune 500 company and taught workshops at Strata, PyData, and DataWeek (among others). He first discovered his love of all things data while studying Computer Science and Physics at UC Berkeley, and in a former life he worked for Alpine Data Labs developing distributed machine learning algorithms for predictive analytics on Hadoop. Jonathan has always had a passion for sharing the things he has learned in the most creative ways he can. When he is not working with students, you can find him blogging about data, visualization, and education at hopelessoptimism.com or rambling on Twitter jonathandinu. Skill Level Beginner What You Will Learn How to get up and running with a Python data science environment The essentials of Python 3, including object-oriented programming The basics of the data science process and what each step entails How to build a simple (yet powerful) recommendation engine for Air...


Medical Image Computing And Computer Assisted Intervention Miccai 2018

Author by : Alejandro F. Frangi
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : The four-volume set LNCS 11070, 11071, 11072, and 11073 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, MICCAI 2018, held in Granada, Spain, in September 2018. The 373 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 1068 submissions in a double-blind review process. The papers have been organized in the following topical sections: Part I: Image Quality and Artefacts; Image Reconstruction Methods; Machine Learning in Medical Imaging; Statistical Analysis for Medical Imaging; Image Registration Methods. Part II: Optical and Histology Applications: Optical Imaging Applications; Histology Applications; Microscopy Applications; Optical Coherence Tomography and Other Optical Imaging Applications. Cardiac, Chest and Abdominal Applications: Cardiac Imaging Applications: Colorectal, Kidney and Liver Imaging Applications; Lung Imaging Applications; Breast Imaging Applications; Other Abdominal Applications. Part III: Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Functional MRI: Diffusion Tensor Imaging; Diffusion Weighted Imaging; Functional MRI; Human Connectome. Neuroimaging and Brain Segmentation Methods: Neuroimaging; Brain Segmentation Methods. Part IV: Computer Assisted Intervention: Image Guided Interventions and Surgery; Surgical Planning, Simulation and Work Flow Analysis; Visualization and Augmented Reality. Image Segmentation Methods: General Image Segmentation Methods, Measures and Applications; Multi-Organ Segmentation; Abdominal Segmentation Methods; Cardiac Segmentation Methods; Chest, Lung and Spine Segmentation; Other Segmentation Applications.


Foundations Of Statistics For Data Scientists

Author by : ALAN. KATERI AGRESTI (MARIA.)
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Designed as a textbook for a one or two-term introduction to mathematical statistics for students training to become data scientists, Foundations of Statistics for Data Scientists: With R and Python is an in-depth presentation of the topics in statistical science with which any data scientist should be familiar, including probability distributions, descriptive and inferential statistical methods, and linear modelling. The book assumes knowledge of basic calculus, so the presentation can focus on 'why it works' as well as 'how to do it.' Compared to traditional "mathematical statistics" textbooks, however, the book has less emphasis on probability theory and more emphasis on using software to implement statistical methods and to conduct simulations to illustrate key concepts. All statistical analyses in the book use R software, with an appendix showing the same analyses with Python. The book also introduces modern topics that do not normally appear in mathematical statistics texts but are highly relevant for data scientists, such as Bayesian inference, generalized linear models for non-normal responses (e.g., logistic regression and Poisson loglinear models), and regularized model fitting. The nearly 500 exercises are grouped into "Data Analysis and Applications" and "Methods and Concepts." Appendices introduce R and Python and contain solutions for odd-numbered exercises. The book's website has expanded R, Python, and Matlab appendices and all data sets from the examples and exercises. Alan Agresti, Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Florida, is the author of seven books, including Categorical Data Analysis (Wiley) and Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data (Pearson), and has presented short courses in 35 countries. His awards include an honorary doctorate from De Montfort University (UK) and the Statistician of the Year from the American Statistical Association (Chicago chapter). Maria Kateri, Professor of Statistics and Data Science at the RWTH Aachen University, authored the monograph Contingency Table Analysis: Methods and Implementation Using R (Birkhäuser/Springer) and a textbook on mathematics for economists (in German). She has a long-term experience in teaching statistics courses to students of Data Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, and Business Administration and Engineering. "The main goal of this textbook is to present foundational statistical methods and theory that are relevant in the field of data science. The authors depart from the typical approaches taken by many conventional mathematical statistics textbooks by placing more emphasis on providing the students with intuitive and practical interpretations of those methods with the aid of R programming codes...I find its particular strength to be its intuitive presentation of statistical theory and methods without getting bogged down in mathematical details that are perhaps less useful to the practitioners" (Mintaek Lee, Boise State University) "The aspects of this manuscript that I find appealing: 1. The use of real data. 2. The use of R but with the option to use Python. 3. A good mix of theory and practice. 4. The text is well-written with good exercises. 5. The coverage of topics (e.g. Bayesian methods and clustering) that are not usually part of a course in statistics at the level of this book." (Jason M. Graham, University of Scranton)


Neural Engineering Techniques For Autism Spectrum Disorder

Author by : Ayman S. El-Baz
Languange : en
Publisher by : Academic Press
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Description : Neural Engineering for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Volume One: Imaging and Signal Analysis Techniques presents the latest advances in neural engineering and biomedical engineering as applied to the clinical diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Advances in the role of neuroimaging, infrared spectroscopy, sMRI, fMRI, DTI, social behaviors and suitable data analytics useful for clinical diagnosis and research applications for Autism Spectrum Disorder are covered, including relevant case studies. The application of brain signal evaluation, EEG analytics, feature selection, and analysis of blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) signals are presented for detection and estimation of the degree of ASD. Presents applications of Neural Engineering and other Machine Learning techniques for the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Includes in-depth technical coverage of imaging and signal analysis techniques, including coverage of functional MRI, neuroimaging, infrared spectroscopy, sMRI, fMRI, DTI, and neuroanatomy of autism Covers Signal Analysis for the detection and estimation of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), including brain signal analysis, EEG analytics, feature selection, and analysis of blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) signals for ASD Written to help engineers, computer scientists, researchers and clinicians understand the technology and applications of Neural Engineering for the detection and diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)


Service Oriented And Cloud Computing

Author by : Flavio De Paoli
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th IFIP WG 2.14 European Conference on Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing, ESOCC 2017, held in Oslo, Norway, in September 2017. The 6 short and 10 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 37 submissions. The volume also contains one invited talk in full paper length. The contributions were organized in topical sections named: microservices and containers; security; cloud resources; services; internet of things and data streams; and industrial applications of service and cloud computing.


Intelligent Human Computer Interaction

Author by : Uma Shanker Tiwary
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Intelligent Human Computer Interaction, IHCI 2018, held in Allahabad, India, in December 2018. The 28 regular papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 89 submissions. The papers have been organized in the following topical sections: ECG, EEG -based and Other Multimodal Interactions; Natural Language, Speech and Dialogue Processing; Modeling Human Cognitive Processes and Simulation; Image and Vision Based Interactions; and Applications of HCI.


Python For Data Science Complete Video Course Video Training

Author by : Kennedy Behrman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : 9+ Hours of Video Instruction While there are resources for Data Science and resources for Machine Learning, there's a distinct gap in resources for the precursor course to Data Science and Machine Learning. This complete video course fills that gap--it is specifically designed to prepare students to learn how to program for Data Science and Machine Learning with Python. This is the antidote to the over-complicated universe of these hot new, growing technologies. With this course, students will learn the fundamentals of Python and get prepared specifically for Data Science. Noah Gift and Kennedy Behrman take students with zero programming background through enough Python to prepare them for their Data Science curriculum. Companies are looking for developers who can create insight-driven systems, as they are now becoming critical to business success. Very few professionals are adequately trained to handle both large-scale software engineering and Machine Learning/AI. This is an emerging field, and we are developing the training to meet this need in the marketplace. Description Notebook-based Data Science programming in Python is the emerging standard but there is a dearth of quality training material available for beginners. This 9-hour video provides foundational training on the Python language for the novice or beginner programmer looking to start in the Data Science field. The video serves as the 100-level course for a Data Science undergraduate or graduate program. The course has been designed around Colab notebook-based learning. Students would be able to run every exercise shown in the videos. The material focuses on a smaller, easier subset of Python that is needed just for Data Science coding. Skill Level Beginner What You Will Learn Learn Google Colab notebook Data Science programming Learn the essential subset of Python used in Data Science Learn to manipulate data using popular Python libraries such as pandas and numpy Learn to apply Python Data Science recipes to real-world projects Learn functional programming fundamentals unique to Data Science Who Should Take This Course Complete beginners to programming Statisticians and Analysts in the data industry looking to use Python for Data Science Sales, Product Managers, Data Analysts, Marketing who want to perform Data Science Software Engineers looking to level up into Data Science and Machine Learning tracks Students enrolled in a Data Science program Course Requirements General comp...


Inflammation Infection And Microbiome In Cancers

Author by : Jun Sun
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This book offers a summary and discussion of the advances of inflammation and infection in various cancers. The authors cover the classically known virus infections in cancer, novel roles of other pathogens (e.g. bacteria and fungi), as well as biomarkers for diagnosis and therapy. Further, the chapters highlight the progress of immune therapy, stem cells and the role of the microbiome in the pathophysiology of cancers. Readers will gain insights into complex microbial communities, that inhabit most external human surfaces and play a key role in health and disease. Perturbations of host-microbe interactions often lead to altered host responses that can promote cancer development. Thus, this book highlights emerging roles of the microbiome in pathogenesis of cancers and outcome of therapy. The focus is on mechanistic concepts that underlie the complex relationships between host and microbes. Approaches that can inhibit infection, suppress chronic inflammation and reverse the dysbiosis are discussed, as a means for restoring the balance between host and microbes. This comprehensive work will be beneficial to researchers and students interested in infectious diseases, microbiome, and cancer as well as clinicians and general physiologists.


Python And R For The Modern Data Scientist

Author by : Rick J. Scavetta
Languange : en
Publisher by : "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
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Description : Success in data science depends on the flexible and appropriate use of tools. That includes Python and R, two of the foundational programming languages in the field. This book guides data scientists from the Python and R communities along the path to becoming bilingual. By recognizing the strengths of both languages, you'll discover new ways to accomplish data science tasks and expand your skill set. Authors Rick Scavetta and Boyan Angelov explain the parallel structures of these languages and highlight where each one excels, whether it's their linguistic features or the powers of their open source ecosystems. You'll learn how to use Python and R together in real-world settings and broaden your job opportunities as a bilingual data scientist. Learn Python and R from the perspective of your current language Understand the strengths and weaknesses of each language Identify use cases where one language is better suited than the other Understand the modern open source ecosystem available for both, including packages, frameworks, and workflows Learn how to integrate R and Python in a single workflow Follow a case study that demonstrates ways to use these languages together


Global Implications Of Emerging Technology Trends

Author by : García-Peñalvo, Francisco José
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : The advent of new technologies has been an impetus for rapid development in several industries. These recent advances push industry leaders to infuse new innovations into their various systems and processes. Global Implications of Emerging Technology Trends is a critical scholarly resource that examines major breakthroughs within technological areas on a global level. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics, such as biometrics, nanotechnology, and wireless technologies, this book is geared towards academicians, practitioners, and researchers seeking current research manuscripts of the evolution of information science and technology.


Data Science

Author by : Field Cady
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : Tap into the power of data science with this comprehensive resource for non-technical professionals Data Science: The Executive Summary – A Technical Book for Non-Technical Professionals is a comprehensive resource for people in non-engineer roles who want to fully understand data science and analytics concepts. Accomplished data scientist and author Field Cady describes both the “business side” of data science, including what problems it solves and how it fits into an organization, and the technical side, including analytical techniques and key technologies. Data Science: The Executive Summary covers topics like: Assessing whether your organization needs data scientists, and what to look for when hiring them When Big Data is the best approach to use for a project, and when it actually ties analysts’ hands Cutting edge Artificial Intelligence, as well as classical approaches that work better for many problems How many techniques rely on dubious mathematical idealizations, and when you can work around them Perfect for executives who make critical decisions based on data science and analytics, as well as mangers who hire and assess the work of data scientists, Data Science: The Executive Summary also belongs on the bookshelves of salespeople and marketers who need to explain what a data analytics product does. Finally, data scientists themselves will improve their technical work with insights into the goals and constraints of the business situation.


Ultimate Step By Step Guide To Deep Learning Using Python

Author by : Daneyal Anis
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : *Start your Data Science career using Python today!*Are you ready to start your new exciting career? Ready to master artificial intelligence and deep learning concepts?Are you overwhelmed with complexity of the books on this subject?Then let this breezy and fun little book on Python, Machine Learning and Deep Learning models make you a Data Scientist in 7 days!This book continues from where the first book in the series, Ultimate Step by Step Guide to Machine Learning Using Python, left of. In the first book you were introduced to Python concepts such as: -Data Structures like Pandas -Foundational libraries like Numpy, Seaborn and Scikit-Learn-Regression analysis-Classification-Clustering-Association Learning-Dimension ReductionThis book builds on those concepts to expand on Machine Learning algorithms like: -Linear and Logistical regression-Decision tree-Support vector machines (SVM)After that, this book takes you on a journey into Deep Learning and Neural Networks with important concepts and libraries like: -Convolutional and Recurrent Neural Networks-TensorFlow-Keras-PyTorch-Keras-Apache MXNet-Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (CNTK)The final part of the book covers all foundational concepts that are required for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Certified Machine Learning Specialization by explaining how to deploy your models at scale on Cloud technologies. While AWS is used in the book for illustrative purposes, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud are also introduced as alternative cloud technologies. After reading this book you will be able to: -Code in Python with confidence-Build new machine learning and deep learning models from scratch-Know how to clean and prepare your data for analytics-Speak confidently about statistical analysis techniquesData Science was ranked the fast-growing field by LinkedIn and Data Scientist is one of the most highly sought after and lucrative careers in the world!If you are on the fence about making the leap to a new and lucrative career, this is the book for you!What sets this book apart from other books on the topic of Python and Machine learning: -Step by step code examples and explanation-Complex concepts explained visually-Real world applicability of the machine learning and deep learning models introducedWhat do I need to get started?You will have a step by step action plan in place once you finish this book and finally feel that you, can master data science and artificial intelligence and start a lucrative and rewarding career! Ready to dive in to the exciting world of Python and Deep Learning?Then scroll up to the top and hit that BUY BUTTON!


Data Science With Python And Dask

Author by : Jesse Daniel
Languange : en
Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : Summary Dask is a native parallel analytics tool designed to integrate seamlessly with the libraries you're already using, including Pandas, NumPy, and Scikit-Learn. With Dask you can crunch and work with huge datasets, using the tools you already have. And Data Science with Python and Dask is your guide to using Dask for your data projects without changing the way you work! Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. You'll find registration instructions inside the print book. About the Technology An efficient data pipeline means everything for the success of a data science project. Dask is a flexible library for parallel computing in Python that makes it easy to build intuitive workflows for ingesting and analyzing large, distributed datasets. Dask provides dynamic task scheduling and parallel collections that extend the functionality of NumPy, Pandas, and Scikit-learn, enabling users to scale their code from a single laptop to a cluster of hundreds of machines with ease. About the Book Data Science with Python and Dask teaches you to build scalable projects that can handle massive datasets. After meeting the Dask framework, you'll analyze data in the NYC Parking Ticket database and use DataFrames to streamline your process. Then, you'll create machine learning models using Dask-ML, build interactive visualizations, and build clusters using AWS and Docker. What's inside Working with large, structured and unstructured datasets Visualization with Seaborn and Datashader Implementing your own algorithms Building distributed apps with Dask Distributed Packaging and deploying Dask apps About the Reader For data scientists and developers with experience using Python and the PyData stack. About the Author Jesse Daniel is an experienced Python developer. He taught Python for Data Science at the University of Denver and leads a team of data scientists at a Denver-based media technology company. Table of Contents PART 1 - The Building Blocks of scalable computing Why scalable computing matters Introducing Dask PART 2 - Working with Structured Data using Dask DataFrames Introducing Dask DataFrames Loading data into DataFrames Cleaning and transforming DataFrames Summarizing and analyzing DataFrames Visualizing DataFrames with Seaborn Visualizing location data with Datashader PART 3 - Extending and deploying Dask Working with Bags and Arrays Machine learning with Dask-ML Scaling and deploying Dask


Machine Learning For Time Series Forecasting With Python

Author by : Francesca Lazzeri
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : Learn how to apply the principles of machine learning to time series modeling with this indispensable resource Machine Learning for Time Series Forecasting with Python is an incisive and straightforward examination of one of the most crucial elements of decision-making in finance, marketing, education, and healthcare: time series modeling. Despite the centrality of time series forecasting, few business analysts are familiar with the power or utility of applying machine learning to time series modeling. Author Francesca Lazzeri, a distinguished machine learning scientist and economist, corrects that deficiency by providing readers with comprehensive and approachable explanation and treatment of the application of machine learning to time series forecasting. Written for readers who have little to no experience in time series forecasting or machine learning, the book comprehensively covers all the topics necessary to: Understand time series forecasting concepts, such as stationarity, horizon, trend, and seasonality Prepare time series data for modeling Evaluate time series forecasting models’ performance and accuracy Understand when to use neural networks instead of traditional time series models in time series forecasting Machine Learning for Time Series Forecasting with Python is full real-world examples, resources and concrete strategies to help readers explore and transform data and develop usable, practical time series forecasts. Perfect for entry-level data scientists, business analysts, developers, and researchers, this book is an invaluable and indispensable guide to the fundamental and advanced concepts of machine learning applied to time series modeling.


Information Systems And Neuroscience

Author by : Fred D. Davis
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Total Read : 60
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Description : This book presents the proceedings of the NeuroIS Retreat 2019, held on June 4–6 in Vienna, Austria, reporting on topics at the intersection of information systems (IS) research, neurophysiology and the brain sciences. Featuring the latest findings from top scholars in the field, it offers detailed insights into the neurobiology underlying IS behavior, essential methods and tools and their applications for IS, as well as applying neuroscience and neurophysiological to advance IS theory.