The breadth of intelligent applications the BigML platform can support spawn many new opportunities for BigML partners to get involved in delivering Machine Learning-based solutions. Our certifications are perfect for software developers, system integrators, technology consulting, and strategic consulting firms to rapidly get up to speed with Machine Learning and the BigML platform as they acquire and grow their customer base.
This certification course prepares analysts, scientists, and software developers to become BigML Certified Engineers. It consists of 8 online classes of 1.5 hours each. Evaluation will be based on solving a set of theoretical questions and exercises presented during the course. The modules listed below will consist of 2 sessions each to complete the 8 online classes.CERTIFICATIONS CALENDAR
Decision Trees: Node threshold, Weights, Statistical Pruning, Modeling Missing Values.
Ensemble Classifiers: Bagging (Sample Rates, Number of Models), Random Decision Forests (Random Candidates), Boosting.
Linear Regression: Field Encodings.
Logistic Regression: L1 Normalization, L2 Normalization, Field Encodings, Scales.
Deepnets: Topologies, Gradient Descent Algorithms, Automatic Network Discovery.
Time Series: Error, Trend, Damped, Seasonality.
Evaluation: How to Properly Evaluate a Predictive Model, Cross-Validation, ROC Spaces and Curves.
OptiML: How to optimize the process for model selection and parametrization to automatically find the best model for a given dataset.
Fusion: Combination of models, ensembles, linear regressions, logistic regressions, and deepnets to balance out the individual weaknesses of single models.
Clustering: Number of Clusters, Dealing with Missing Values, Modeling Clusters, Scaling Fields, Weights, Summary Fields, K-means vs. G-means.
Association Discovery: Measures (Support, Confidence, Leverage, Significance Level, Lift), Search Strategies (Confidence, Coverage, Leverage, Lift, Support), Missing Items, Discretization.
Topic Modeling: Topics, Terms, Text analysis.
Anomaly Detection: Forest Size, Constraints, ID Fields.
Domains (bigml.io vs. Private Deployments).
Inputs and outputs.
Resources: Common information, Specifics, Listing and filtering.
Automated feature engineering.
What is it?
Structures for ML tasks.
Cleansing Missing Data, Cleaning Data, Better Data.
Transformations outside and inside BigML: SQL-style queries, Denormalizing, Aggregating, Pivoting, Time windows, Updates, Streaming Data, Images.
Principal Component Analysis (PCA): Dataset transformation and dimensionality reduction.
Auto Transformations: Date-time parsing, LR/cluster missing, LR/cluster auto-scaling, Bag-of-words (Language, Tokenization, etc).
Manual - Flatline: DSL for feature engineering, Basics (s-expressions/formulas, Literals, Counters, Field Values / Properties, Strings, Regex, Operators), Limitations.
Numerics: Discretization, Normalization, Z-score, Built-in math functions, Type-casting, Random, Shocks, Moving averages.
Date-times: UI timestamp, Epoch, Moon phase.
Text: JSON key/val, Topic distributions.
Field Importance (ensembles).
Advanced Selection: Best-First, Boruta.
Batch Anomaly Score.
Clustered dataset generation.
This certification course prepares BigML Certified Engineers to become BigML Certified Architects. Once you have successfully become a BigML Certified Engineer, you are eligible to enroll into the BigML Certified Architect course. The certification process consists of 8 online classes of 1.5 hours each. Evaluation will be based on solving a set of theoretical questions and exercises presented during the course. The modules listed below will consist of 2 sessions each to complete the 8 online classes.