Machine Learning algorithms implemented from scratch
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README.md

Synopsis

This repository contains popular Machine Learning algorithms, which have been introduced in various blog posts (http://ataspinar.com). Most of the algorithms are accompanied with blog-posts in which I try to explain the mathematics behind and the interpretation of these algorithms.

Motivation

Machine Learning is fun! But more importantly, Machine Learning is easy. But the academic literature or even (wikipedia-pages) is full with unnecessary complicated terminology, notation and formulae. This gives people the idea that these ML algorithms can only be understood with a full understanding of advanced math and statistics. Stripped from all of these superfluous language we are left with simple maths which can be expressed in a few lines of code.

Notebooks explaining the mathematics

I have also provided some notebooks, explaining the mathematics of some Machine Learning algorithms.

Installation

To install siML:

(sudo) pip install siml

or you can clone the repository and in the folder containing setup.py

python setup.py install

Code Example

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