Three-Project Series

End-to-End Machine Learning for Rain Prediction you own this product

prerequisites
basic Python • basic pandas, Numpy, Matplotlib, seaborn, and scikit-learn • basic Jupyter Notebook • basic machine learning • basic exploratory analysis • basic Joblib/Pickle • basic Flask, Heroku, pipenv/virtualenv
skills learned
manipulate data and conduct exploratory analysis • input missing values • engineer outliers • evaluate predictions and accuracy • visualize patterns with classes • conduct hyperparameter tuning • prepare a model for production deployment • create virtual environments • GET and POST requests • create a web framework for a prediction app • deploy an app remotely on Heroku
Harshit Tyagi
3 weeks · 3-5 hours per week average · INTERMEDIATE
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In this multi-part liveProject series, you’ll harness the power of machine learning to make predictions about future rainfall. The Weather Department of Australia is having trouble handling meteorological data manually, and your challenge is to build an end-to-end machine learning model that can make on-the-fly predictions. You’ll use common Python data tools to clean and classify your dataset for analysis, train and evaluate your model, and then deploy your model to a remote server using Flask and Heroku. Work from beginning to end, or dive into whichever section will best augment your skills.

These projects are designed for learning purposes and are not complete, production-ready applications or solutions.

here's what's included

Project 1 Train a Binary Classifier
In this liveProject, you’ll explore a pre-made dataset of meteorological records. You’ll learn the shape, size and type of data at hand, and discover factors that affect rainfall. You use scikit-learn and logistics regression to make initial predictions about future rainfall, evaluate their accuracy, and visualize emerging patterns using Seaborn and Matplotlib.
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Project 2 Evaluate a Binary Classifier
Judging the effectiveness of a machine learning model requires in-depth analysis. This quick liveProject builds on the work you have completed in Machine Learning for Classification. You’ll assess your early models and consider better alternatives. You’ll plot the ROC curves of the model and compare it to multiple dummy models, and tune your hyperparameters to deliver the most accurate results possible.
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Project 3 Deploy a Predictive Model
In this liveProject, you’ll deploy a machine learning model to production so it can be easily used by colleagues. You’ll create a virtual environment for deploying your application, use Flask to build a local web service that returns predictions, and Heroku for remote deployment.
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project author

Harshit Tyagi
Harshit Tyagi has helped over a thousand students master the fundamentals of programming and data science. In his roles at OpenClassrooms and Coding Ninjas, he leverages his technical expertise to conduct workshops and help students bring their course projects to the finish line. He also has a YouTube channel, where he covers fundamental concepts in data science and Python, interview tips, and more. In addition to focusing on data science education, Harshit has developed data processing algorithms with research scientists at Yale, MIT and UCLA.

Prerequisites

This liveProject is for Python data scientists who want to expand their capabilities in preparing data for machine learning. To begin this liveProject you will need to be familiar with the following:


TOOLS
  • Basic Python
  • Basic pandas
  • Basic NumPy
  • Basic Matplotlib
  • Basic seaborn
  • Basic scikit-learn
  • Basic Jupyter Notebook
TECHNIQUES
  • Basics of machine learning
  • Basics of exploratory analysis

you will learn

In this liveProject, you’ll learn skills for cleaning and exploring data in preparation for training a machine learning model.


  • Manipulating data and exploratory analysis
  • Imputing missing values, engineering outliers, and one-hot encoding
  • Evaluating predictions, accuracy, and other metrics
  • Visualizing patterns with correlation pair plots and heatmaps

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