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Machine Learning Machine Learning Basics Writing a Classifier Machine Learning Review

hector alvarado
hector alvarado
15,796 Points

Please more Machine Learning!!

more about scikit!!!

Agreed.

john DOe
john DOe
27,897 Points

I would prefer more Tensorflow.

Please! I'm learning TensorFlow right now and I'd love a Treehouse course. You guys are the best!

12 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,292 Points

I noticed that this course is in its own brand-new topic category. Though I haven't seen any more yet in the content roadmap, I would expect that creating a new category is strong evidence that more courses are on the way, and probably eventually enough of them to make up a whole new track.


UPDATE: Based on Ryan Carson's June 2019 blog post and the associated staffing changes, this topic is apparently no longer part of the new company focus.

hector alvarado
hector alvarado
15,796 Points

The dark green color its a big clue haha . But I hope they dont take too long.

Stuart Wright
Stuart Wright
41,103 Points

I enjoyed this overview and I agree that more content in this area would be good, but in the real world I don't think the ability to use scikit learn is of much use unless the user is also somewhat familiar with numpy/pandas. Datasets don't usually arrive nicely arranged for us like the iris data set. I would like to see Treehouse offer introductory courses in numpy/pandas before going further with machine learning. I feel the same way about the matplotlib and bokeh courses here - learning how to use these libraries without some prior knowledge of numpy/pandas is learning to run before you can walk, in my opinion.

Please more ML :)

Diana Ci
Diana Ci
18,671 Points

Definitely Agree..... I would like more ML courses too :)

100% agree! I have been waiting on an ML course for years, I had given up a long time ago and started learning from books. Hence why this was so easy, but would love some more advanced Scikit Learn and Tensorflow courses!

Carmen Wright
Carmen Wright
25,867 Points

I would love to see more Machine Learning courses come through the pipeline. I'll be doing the Python Basics course soon so I can better understand the code that was used in the course.

Sorry, but how did you understand ML without python basics?

You don't need to know Python to know ML. Other languages obviously support ML too :laughing:

J. MORENO
J. MORENO
11,685 Points

Yes!!! More machine learning and the like...

One shot learning also, please!

Alexander Zola
Alexander Zola
9,027 Points

lol i want to write the same question... we need to dive deeper in ml

Nicolás Tudor
Nicolás Tudor
744 Points

Even if I had to learn some more math, I would be down for more ML courses.

Please, more of the Machine learning!!!!