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wonderful but watch the movie 14 février 2014
Par I Teach Typing - Publié sur
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This is a wonderful book written by luminaries in the field. While it is not for casual consumption, it is a relatively approachable review of the state of the art for people who do not have the hardcore math needed for The Elements of Statistical Learning: Data Mining, Inference, and Prediction, Second Edition (Springer Series in Statistics). This book is the text for the free Winter 2014 MOOC run out of Stanford called StatLearning (sorry Amazon will not allow me to include the website). Search for the class and you can watch Drs. Hastie and Tibshirani teach the material in this book.
80 internautes sur 83 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Excellent Practical Introduction to Learning 24 octobre 2013
Par Michael Tsiappoutas - Publié sur
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The book provides the right amount of theory and practice, unlike the earlier (venerable and, by now, stable) text authored (partly) by the last two authors of this one (Elements of Statistical Learning), which was/is a little heavy on the theoretical side (at least for practitioners without a strong mathematical background). The authors make no pretense about this either. The Preface says "But ESL is intended for individuals with advanced training in the mathematical sciences. An Introduction to Statistical Learning (ISL) arose from the perceived need for a broader and less technical treatment of these topics."

ISL is neither as comprehensive nor as in-depth as ESL. It is, however, an excellent introduction to Learning due to the ability of the authors to strike a perfect balance between theory and practice. Theory is there to aim the reader as to understand the purpose and the "R Labs" at the end of each chapter are as valuable (or perhaps even more) than the end-of-chapter exercises.

ISL is an excellent choice for a two-semester advanced undergraduate (or early graduate) course, practitioners trained in classical statistics who want to enter the Learning space, and seasoned Machine Learners. It is especially helpful for getting the fundamentals down without being bogged down in heavy mathematical theory, a great way to kick-off corporate Learning units, or as an aid to help statisticians and learners communicate better.

A needed and welcome addition to the Learning literature, authored by some of the most well respected names in industry and academia. A classic in the making. Recommended unreservedly.
UPDATE (12/17/2013): Two of the authors (Hastie & Tibshirani) are offering a 10-week free online course (StatLearning: Statistical Learning) based on this book found at Stanford University's Web site (Starting Jan. 21, 2014). They also say that "As of January 5, 2014, the pdf for this book will be available for free, with the consent of the publisher, on the book website." Amazing opportunity! Enjoy!
UPDATE (04/03/2014): I took the course above and found it very helpful and insightful. You don't need the course to understand the book. If anything, the course videos are less detailed than the book. It is certainly nice, though, to see the actual authors explain the material. Also, the interviews by Efron and Friedman were a nice touch. The course will be offered again in the future.
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cover all of your bases 26 janvier 2014
Par Joseph Johnson - Publié sur
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If you want to build a comprehensive machine learning library, this would be the first book to purchase. While it does cover all of the basics, it is not watered down by any means. (I had the same fear as BK Reader) I found the following to be especially helpful;

1. Straight talk - These experts come right and say which methods work best under which circumstances. While there are many fancy algorithms covered in the book, they highlight the advantages of the simpler ones.
2. Emphasis on subjects that are not heavily addressed in most ML books - They thoroughly cover the challenges of high-dimensionality, data cleaning, and standardization. They do not limit their attention to these subjects to one chapter. They bring them up continually throughout the book.
3. Expertise - Dr. Hastie and Dr. Tibshirani are two of the thought leaders in statistical learning. You can be assured that you are learning from the best.
4. Many levels of depth - While the book does cover the basics, it is not watered down by any means. (I had the same worry as BK Reader) There is a great deal for any student of statistics; beginner or advanced.
5. R code - You are given enough code and examples to gain confidence in your ability to independently perform excellent analysis and modeling.
6. The concepts are just plain exciting! - You will feel an excitement as you discover and re-discover the algorithms they present.

The book is a standard work along with Elements of Statistical Learning and Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning (the Bayesian approach). If you enjoy the book, you may also want to consider Applied Predictive Modeling. It has the same style and approach.
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A solid, well organized primer on Machine Learning in R 10 janvier 2014
Par Gary Montry - Publié sur
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This book is probably not for experts (Springer has a more advanced book on Statistical Learning) but it's great for people who intermediate intermediate R users with a reasonable grasp of regression. The examples are easy to follow and the explanations are clear. This book is meant as a guide to IMPLEMENTING machine learning techniques in R. It does not cover the theory or the math behind the methods, nor does it offer proofs.

If you need a practical guide to implementing statistical learning in R, this is an excellent choice. Very understandable and accessible.
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Future Classic, hopefully? 22 mai 2014
Par Joshua Davis - Publié sur
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This book was used in my graduate level Machine Learning class (with certain readings/problems from the authors other more challenging book, The Elements of Statistical Learning).

I loved the class and loved the book. I thought the applications with R made it far more accessible and made it easier to learn. While I totally love the theoretical underpinnings, sometimes they aren't the best to learn right away and applying the ideas make it easier to grasp.

Rob Tibs & Trevor Hastie also had an online course offered through Stanford's EdX that ran the same time I was taking the course. It had videos of Trevor and Rob explaining the concepts in the order they were presented in the book. The course also included exercises and quizzes. The best part of the online course was that Rob & Trevor were absolutely hilarious. I loved their commentary and their personalities clashed in the most humorous way possible; it is very easy to see that they love what they do and love each other's company.

I'd totally recommend this book. Keep an eye out for the next offering on Stanford's online course web page; it makes it a lot more enjoyable.
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