Explore the world of neural networks by building powerful deep learning models using the R ecosystem Key FeaturesGet to grips with the fundamentals of deep learning and neural networksUse R 3.5 and its libraries and APIs to build deep learning models for computer vision and text processingImplement effective deep learning systems in R with the help of end-to-end projectsBook Description Deep learning finds practical applications in several domains, while R is the preferred language for designing and deploying deep learning models. This Learning Path introduces you to the basics of deep learning and even teaches you to build a neural network model from scratch. As you make your way through the chapters, you’ll explore deep learning libraries and understand how to create deep learning models for a variety of challenges, right from anomaly detection to recommendation systems. The book will then help you cover advanced topics, such as generative adversarial networks (GANs), transfer learning, and large-scale deep learning in the cloud, in addition to model optimization, overfitting, and data augmentation. Through real-world projects, you’ll also get up to speed with training convolutional neural networks (CNNs), recurrent neural networks (RNNs), and long short-term memory networks (LSTMs) in R. By the end of this Learning Path, you’ll be well versed with deep learning and have the skills you need to implement a number of deep learning concepts in your research work or projects. This Learning Path includes content from the following Packt products: R Deep Learning Essentials - Second Edition by Joshua F. Wiley and Mark HodnettR Deep Learning Projects by Yuxi (Hayden) Liu and Pablo MaldonadoWhat you will learnImplement credit card fraud detection with autoencodersTrain neural networks to perform handwritten digit recognition using MXNetReconstruct images using variational autoencodersExplore the applications of autoencoder neural networks in clustering and dimensionality reductionCreate natural language processing (NLP) models using Keras and TensorFlow in RPrevent models from overfitting the data to improve generalizabilityBuild shallow neural network prediction modelsWho this book is for This Learning Path is for aspiring data scientists, data analysts, machine learning developers, and deep learning enthusiasts who are well versed in machine learning concepts and are looking to explore the deep learning paradigm using R. A fundamental understanding of R programming and familiarity with the basic concepts of deep learning are necessary to get the most out of this Learning Path.
Introduces deep learning systems using the powerful Keras library and its R language interface. The book builds your understanding of deep learning through intuitive explanations and practical examples.
Deep learning from the ground up using R and the powerful Keras library! In Deep Learning with R, Second Edition you will learn: Deep learning from first principles Image classification and image segmentation Time series forecasting Text classification and machine translation Text generation, neural style transfer, and image generation Deep Learning with R, Second Edition shows you how to put deep learning into action. It’s based on the revised new edition of François Chollet’s bestselling Deep Learning with Python. All code and examples have been expertly translated to the R language by Tomasz Kalinowski, who maintains the Keras and Tensorflow R packages at RStudio. Novices and experienced ML practitioners will love the expert insights, practical techniques, and important theory for building neural networks. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the technology Deep learning has become essential knowledge for data scientists, researchers, and software developers. The R language APIs for Keras and TensorFlow put deep learning within reach for all R users, even if they have no experience with advanced machine learning or neural networks. This book shows you how to get started on core DL tasks like computer vision, natural language processing, and more using R. About the book Deep Learning with R, Second Edition is a hands-on guide to deep learning using the R language. As you move through this book, you’ll quickly lock in the foundational ideas of deep learning. The intuitive explanations, crisp illustrations, and clear examples guide you through core DL skills like image processing and text manipulation, and even advanced features like transformers. This revised and expanded new edition is adapted from Deep Learning with Python, Second Edition by François Chollet, the creator of the Keras library. What's inside Image classification and image segmentation Time series forecasting Text classification and machine translation Text generation, neural style transfer, and image generation About the reader For readers with intermediate R skills. No previous experience with Keras, TensorFlow, or deep learning is required. About the author François Chollet is a software engineer at Google and creator of Keras. Tomasz Kalinowski is a software engineer at RStudio and maintainer of the Keras and Tensorflow R packages. J.J. Allaire is the founder of RStudio, and the author of the first edition of this book. Table of Contents 1 What is deep learning? 2 The mathematical building blocks of neural networks 3 Introduction to Keras and TensorFlow 4 Getting started with neural networks: Classification and regression 5 Fundamentals of machine learning 6 The universal workflow of machine learning 7 Working with Keras: A deep dive 8 Introduction to deep learning for computer vision 9 Advanced deep learning for computer vision 10 Deep learning for time series 11 Deep learning for text 12 Generative deep learning 13 Best practices for the real world 14 Conclusions
Discover best practices for choosing, building, training, and improving deep learning models using Keras-R, and TensorFlow-R libraries Key Features Implement deep learning algorithms to build AI models with the help of tips and tricks Understand how deep learning models operate using expert techniques Apply reinforcement learning, computer vision, GANs, and NLP using a range of datasets Book Description Deep learning is a branch of machine learning based on a set of algorithms that attempt to model high-level abstractions in data. Advanced Deep Learning with R will help you understand popular deep learning architectures and their variants in R, along with providing real-life examples for them. This deep learning book starts by covering the essential deep learning techniques and concepts for prediction and classification. You will learn about neural networks, deep learning architectures, and the fundamentals for implementing deep learning with R. The book will also take you through using important deep learning libraries such as Keras-R and TensorFlow-R to implement deep learning algorithms within applications. You will get up to speed with artificial neural networks, recurrent neural networks, convolutional neural networks, long short-term memory networks, and more using advanced examples. Later, you'll discover how to apply generative adversarial networks (GANs) to generate new images; autoencoder neural networks for image dimension reduction, image de-noising and image correction and transfer learning to prepare, define, train, and model a deep neural network. By the end of this book, you will be ready to implement your knowledge and newly acquired skills for applying deep learning algorithms in R through real-world examples. What you will learn Learn how to create binary and multi-class deep neural network models Implement GANs for generating new images Create autoencoder neural networks for image dimension reduction, image de-noising and image correction Implement deep neural networks for performing efficient text classification Learn to define a recurrent convolutional network model for classification in Keras Explore best practices and tips for performance optimization of various deep learning models Who this book is for This book is for data scientists, machine learning practitioners, deep learning researchers and AI enthusiasts who want to develop their skills and knowledge to implement deep learning techniques and algorithms using the power of R. A solid understanding of machine learning and working knowledge of the R programming language are required.
Examine the latest technological advancements in building a scalable machine-learning model with big data using R. This second edition shows you how to work with a machine-learning algorithm and use it to build a ML model from raw data. You will see how to use R programming with TensorFlow, thus avoiding the effort of learning Python if you are only comfortable with R. As in the first edition, the authors have kept the fine balance of theory and application of machine learning through various real-world use-cases which gives you a comprehensive collection of topics in machine learning. New chapters in this edition cover time series models and deep learning. What You'll Learn Understand machine learning algorithms using R Master the process of building machine-learning models Cover the theoretical foundations of machine-learning algorithms See industry focused real-world use cases Tackle time series modeling in R Apply deep learning using Keras and TensorFlow in R Who This Book is For Data scientists, data science professionals, and researchers in academia who want to understand the nuances of machine-learning approaches/algorithms in practice using R.
2020- Second Edition, updated version. Get your copy!! Why Learn R? What are the reasons to learn R for Data Science? In this small textbook recommended for absolute beginners, the author tried to answer these types of questions. After reading this guide, maybe in one or two days, you will learn the basics of R programming and its utility for each Data Scientist. Indeed, R is a programming language and software environment for statistical analysis, graphics representation, and reporting. If you are trying to understand the R programming language as a beginner, this short book will give you enough understanding of almost all the concepts of the R language. The author will guide you through examples, how to program in R and how to use R for effective data analysis.Get your copy Now! Book Objectives This book is about R programming. The following are the objectives of the author: To familiarize you with the basics of R programming language. To help you understand the various fields where R can be applied and its use cases in each field. To equip you with R programming skills, both beginner and advanced skills. To introduce you to R programming for data analysis. To introduce you to R programming for machine learning. To help you understand and appreciate the power of R in statistical computing, data analysis, and scientific research. Who this Book is for? Anybody who is a complete beginner to R Programming. Anybody in need of advancing their R Programming skills. Professionals in computer programming. Professors, lecturers or tutors who are looking to find better ways to explain R programming to their students in the simplest and easiest way. Students and academicians, especially those focusing on R, Data Analysis,Machine Learning , computer science, and Databases development. Requirements The author expects you to have a computer installed with an operating system such as Linux, Windows or Mac OS X. What is inside the book? R BASICS R DATA TYPES R VARIABLES AND CONSTANTS R OPERATORS DECISION MAKING IN R R LOOPS R FUNCTIONS R CLASSES AND OBJECTS R FOR DATA SCIENCE R FOR MACHINE LEARNING From the Back Cover. R programming language is one of the most popular languages used by statisticians, data analysts, researchers to retrieve, clean, analyze, visualize and present data. This is a comprehensive book on how to get started with R programming, why you should learn it and how you can learn it. Daniel Bell begins by introducing the readers to the foundations of the R programming language. The aim is to help you understand, how the R interpreter works, the origin of the name R, how to set up the R programming environment, etc. The author has discussed the process of installing R on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Moreover, the author has explored the basics of R programming including writing comments, using the R console, creating R script files, etc. The various features provided by R have been discussed in depth, including data types, variables, loops, decision making, functions, operators, classes, and objects, etc. The author has also discussed R for data science and R for machine learning. The book has been organized into chapters, with each chapter having many sub-chapters. R code scripts have been provided, alongside thorough explanations of the code and images showing the expected output upon the execution of every script. Get your copy
Your no-nonsense guide to making sense of machine learning Machine learning can be a mind-boggling concept for the masses, but those who are in the trenches of computer programming know just how invaluable it is. Without machine learning, fraud detection, web search results, real-time ads on web pages, credit scoring, automation, and email spam filtering wouldn't be possible, and this is only showcasing just a few of its capabilities. Written by two data science experts, Machine Learning For Dummies offers a much-needed entry point for anyone looking to use machine learning to accomplish practical tasks. Covering the entry-level topics needed to get you familiar with the basic concepts of machine learning, this guide quickly helps you make sense of the programming languages and tools you need to turn machine learning-based tasks into a reality. Whether you're maddened by the math behind machine learning, apprehensive about AI, perplexed by preprocessing data—or anything in between—this guide makes it easier to understand and implement machine learning seamlessly. Grasp how day-to-day activities are powered by machine learning Learn to 'speak' certain languages, such as Python and R, to teach machines to perform pattern-oriented tasks and data analysis Learn to code in R using R Studio Find out how to code in Python using Anaconda Dive into this complete beginner's guide so you are armed with all you need to know about machine learning!
Learn the ropes of supervised machine learning with R by studying popular real-world use-cases, and understand how it drives object detection in driver less cars, customer churn, and loan default prediction. Key FeaturesStudy supervised learning algorithms by using real-world datasets Fine tune optimal parameters with hyperparameter optimizationSelect the best algorithm using the model evaluation frameworkBook Description R provides excellent visualization features that are essential for exploring data before using it in automated learning. Applied Supervised Learning with R helps you cover the complete process of employing R to develop applications using supervised machine learning algorithms for your business needs. The book starts by helping you develop your analytical thinking to create a problem statement using business inputs and domain research. You will then learn different evaluation metrics that compare various algorithms, and later progress to using these metrics to select the best algorithm for your problem. After finalizing the algorithm you want to use, you will study the hyperparameter optimization technique to fine-tune your set of optimal parameters. To prevent you from overfitting your model, a dedicated section will even demonstrate how you can add various regularization terms. By the end of this book, you will have the advanced skills you need for modeling a supervised machine learning algorithm that precisely fulfills your business needs. What you will learnDevelop analytical thinking to precisely identify a business problemWrangle data with dplyr, tidyr, and reshape2Visualize data with ggplot2Validate your supervised machine learning model using k-fold Optimize hyperparameters with grid and random search, and Bayesian optimizationDeploy your model on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Lambda with plumberImprove your model’s performance with feature selection and dimensionality reductionWho this book is for This book is specially designed for novice and intermediate-level data analysts, data scientists, and data engineers who want to explore different methods of supervised machine learning and its various use cases. Some background in statistics, probability, calculus, linear algebra, and programming will help you thoroughly understand and follow the content of this book.
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This book is ideal for people wanting to get up-and-running with the core concepts of machine learning using R 3.5. This book follows a step-by-step approach to implementing an end-to-end pipeline, addressing data collection and processing, various types of data analysis, and machine learning use cases.
Guides professionals and students through the rapidly growing field of machine learning with hands-on examples in the popular R programming language Machine learning—a branch of Artificial Intelligence (AI) which enables computers to improve their results and learn new approaches without explicit instructions—allows organizations to reveal patterns in their data and incorporate predictive analytics into their decision-making process. Practical Machine Learning in R provides a hands-on approach to solving business problems with intelligent, self-learning computer algorithms. Bestselling author and data analytics experts Fred Nwanganga and Mike Chapple explain what machine learning is, demonstrate its organizational benefits, and provide hands-on examples created in the R programming language. A perfect guide for professional self-taught learners or students in an introductory machine learning course, this reader-friendly book illustrates the numerous real-world business uses of machine learning approaches. Clear and detailed chapters cover data wrangling, R programming with the popular RStudio tool, classification and regression techniques, performance evaluation, and more. Explores data management techniques, including data collection, exploration and dimensionality reduction Covers unsupervised learning, where readers identify and summarize patterns using approaches such as apriori, eclat and clustering Describes the principles behind the Nearest Neighbor, Decision Tree and Naive Bayes classification techniques Explains how to evaluate and choose the right model, as well as how to improve model performance using ensemble methods such as Random Forest and XGBoost Practical Machine Learning in R is a must-have guide for business analysts, data scientists, and other professionals interested in leveraging the power of AI to solve business problems, as well as students and independent learners seeking to enter the field.
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