Machine Learning with Python Training in Austin, TX, United States

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  • Learn all about unsupervised learning algorithms such as K-means clustering techniques 
  • Practice with real-life examples of Machine Learning and learn about its implications 
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Machine Learning with Python training will give you a well-rounded introduction into the various methodologies that come under data science. Certified industry experts with rich experience will ensure that you understand the purpose and real-world implications of Machine Learning with Topics like supervised learning, and Machine Learning algorithms.

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  • 48 Hours of Live Instructor-Led Sessions

  • 80 Hours of Assignments and MCQs

  • 45 Hours of Hands-On Practice

  • 10 Real-World Live Projects

  • Fundamentals to an Advanced Level

  • Code Reviews by Professionals

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Prerequisites for Machine Learning with Python training

  • Sufficient knowledge of at least one coding language is required.
  • Minimalistic and intuitive, Python is best-suited for Machine Learning training.

Who should attend the Machine Learning with Python Course?

Anyone interested in Machine Learning and using it to solve problems

Software or data engineers interested in quantitative analysis with Python

Data analysts, economists or researchers

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What you will learn in the Machine Learning with Python course

Python for Machine Learning

Learn about the various libraries offered by Python to manipulate, preprocess, and visualize data.

Fundamentals of Machine Learning

Learn about Supervised and Unsupervised Machine Learning.

Optimization Techniques

Learn to use optimization techniques to find the minimum error in your Machine Learning model.

Supervised Learning

Learn about Linear and Logistic Regression, KNN Classification and Bayesian Classifiers.

Unsupervised Learning

Study K-means Clustering  and Hierarchical Clustering.

Ensemble techniques

Learn to use multiple learning algorithms to obtain better predictive performance .

Neural Networks

Understand Neural Network and apply them to classify image and perform sentiment analysis.

Skill you will gain with the Machine Learning with Python course

Advanced Python programming skills

Manipulating and analysing data using Pandas library

Data visualization with Matplotlib, Seaborn, ggplot

Distribution of data: variance, standard deviation, more

Calculating conditional probability via Hypothesis Testing

Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)

Building linear regression models

Using Dimensionality Reduction Technique

Building Logistic Regression models

K-means Clustering and Hierarchical Clustering

Building KNN algorithm models to find the optimum value of K

Building Decision Tree models for both regression and classification

Hyper-parameter tuning like regularisation

Ensemble techniques: averaging, weighted averaging, max voting

Bootstrap sampling, bagging and boosting

Building Random Forest models

Finding optimum number of components/factors

PCA/Factor Analysis

Using Apriori Algorithm and key metrics: Support, Confidence, Lift

Building recommendation engines using UBCF and IBCF

Evaluating model parameters

Measuring performance metrics

Using scree plot, one-eigenvalue criterion

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Machine Learning with Python Training Curriculum

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Learning objectives
In this module, you will learn the basics of statistics including:

  • Basics of statistics like mean (expected value), median and mode 
  • Distribution of data in terms of variance, standard deviation, and interquartile range; and explore data and measures and simple graphics analyses  
  • Basics of probability via daily life examples 
  • Marginal probability and its importance with respect to Machine Learning 
  • Bayes’ theorem and conditional probability including alternate and null hypotheses  


  • Statistical Analysis Concepts  
  • Descriptive Statistics  
  • Introduction to Probability 
  • Bayes’ Theorem  
  • Probability Distributions  
  • Hypothesis Testing and Scores  


  • Learning to implement statistical operations in Excel

Learning objectives
In the Python for Machine Learning module, you will learn how to work with data using Python:

  • How to define variables, sets, and conditional statements 
  • The purpose of functions and how to operate on files to read and write data in Python  
  • Understand how to use Pandas - a must have package for anyone attempting data analysis with Python 
  • Data Visualization using Python libraries like matplotlib, seaborn and ggplot 


  • Python Overview  
  • Pandas for pre-Processing and Exploratory Data Analysis  
  • NumPy for Statistical Analysis  
  • Matplotlib and Seaborn for Data Visualization  
  • Scikit Learn 

Learning objectives
Get introduced to Machine Learning via real-life examples and the multiple ways in which it affects our society. You will learn:

  • Various algorithms and models like Classification, Regression, and Clustering.  
  • Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning 
  • How Statistical Modelling relates to Machine Learning 


  • Machine Learning Modelling Flow  
  • How to treat Data in ML  
  • Types of Machine Learning  
  • Performance Measures  
  • Bias-Variance Trade-Off  
  • Overfitting and Underfitting  

Learning objectives
Gain an understanding of various optimisation techniques such as:

  • Batch Gradient Descent 
  • Stochastic Gradient Descent 
  • ADAM 
  • RMSProp


  • Maxima and Minima  
  • Cost Function  
  • Learning Rate  
  • Optimization Techniques  

Learning objectives
In this module you will learn about Linear and Logistic Regression with Stochastic Gradient Descent via real-life case studies

  • Hyper-parameters tuning like learning rate, epochs, momentum, and class-balance 
  • The concepts of Linear and Logistic Regression with real-life case studies 
  • How KNN can be used for a classification problem with a real-life case study on KNN Classification  
  • About Naive Bayesian Classifiers through another case study 
  • How Support Vector Machines can be used for a classification problem 
  • About hyp


  • Linear Regression Case Study  
  • Logistic Regression Case Study  
  • KNN Classification Case Study  
  • Naive Bayesian classifiers Case Study  
  • SVM - Support Vector Machines Case Study


  • Build a regression model to predict the property prices using optimization techniques like gradient descent based on attributes describing various aspect of residential homes 
  • Use logistic regression, build a model to predict good or bad customers to help the bank decide on granting loans to its customers 
  • Predict if a patient is likely to get any chronic kidney disease based on the health metrics 
  • Use Naive Bayesian technique for text classifications to predict which incoming messages are spam or ham 
  • Build models to study the relationships between chemical structure and biodegradation of molecules to correctly classify if a chemical is biodegradable or non-biodegradable 

Learning objectives
Learn about unsupervised learning techniques:

  • K-means Clustering  
  • Hierarchical Clustering  


  • Clustering approaches  
  • K Means clustering  
  • Hierarchical clustering  
  • Case Study


  • Perform a real-life case study on K-means Clustering  
  • Use K-Means clustering to group teen students into segments for targeted marketing campaigns

Learning objectives
Learn the ensemble techniques which enable you to build machine learning models including:

  • Decision Trees for regression and classification problems through a real-life case study 
  • Entropy, Information Gain, Standard Deviation reduction, Gini Index, and CHAID 
  • Basic ensemble techniques like averaging, weighted averaging and max voting 
  • You will learn about bootstrap sampling and its advantages followed by bagging and how to boost model performance with Boosting 
  • Random Forest, with a real-life case study, and how it helps avoid overfitting compared to decision trees 
  • The Dimensionality Reduction Technique with Principal Component Analysis and Factor Analysis 
  • The comprehensive techniques used to find the optimum number of components/factors using scree plot, one-eigenvalue criterion 
  • PCA/Factor Analysis via a case study 


  • Decision Trees with a Case Study 
  • Introduction to Ensemble Learning  
  • Different Ensemble Learning Techniques  
  • Bagging  
  • Boosting  
  • Random Forests  
  • Case Study  
  • PCA (Principal Component Analysis)  
  • PCA 
  • Its Applications  
  • Case Study


  • Build a model to predict the Wine Quality using Decision Tree (Regression Trees) based on the composition of ingredients 
  • Use AdaBoost, GBM, and Random Forest on Lending Data to predict loan status and ensemble the output to see your results 
  • Apply Reduce Data Dimensionality on a House Attribute Dataset to gain more insights and enhance modelling.  

Learning objectives
Learn to build recommendation systems. You will learn about:

  • Association Rules 
  • Apriori Algorithm to find out strong associations using key metrics like Support, Confidence and Lift 
  • UBCF and IBCF including how they are used in Recommender Engines 


  • Introduction to Recommendation Systems  
  • Types of Recommendation Techniques  
  • Collaborative Filtering  
  • Content-based Filtering  
  • Hybrid RS  
  • Performance measurement  
  • Case Study


  • Build a Recommender System for a Retail Chain to recommend the right products to its customers 

FAQs on Machine Learning with Python Course in Austin

Machine Learning with Python Training

KnowledgeHut’s Machine Learning with Python workshop is focused on helping professionals gain industry-relevant Machine Learning expertise. The curriculum has been designed to help professionals land lucrative jobs across industries. At the end of the course, you will be able to: 

  • Build Python programs: distribution, user-defined functions, importing datasets and more 
  • Manipulate and analyse data using Pandas library 
  • Visualize data with Python libraries: Matplotlib, Seaborn, and ggplot 
  • Build data distribution models: variance, standard deviation, interquartile range 
  • Calculate conditional probability via Hypothesis Testing 
  • Perform analysis of variance (ANOVA) 
  • Build linear regression models, evaluate model parameters, and measure performance metrics 
  • Use Dimensionality Reduction 
  • Build Logistic Regression models, evaluate model parameters, and measure performance metrics 
  • Perform K-means Clustering and Hierarchical Clustering  
  • Build KNN algorithm models to find the optimum value of K  
  • Build Decision Tree models for both regression and classification problems  
  • Use ensemble techniques like averaging, weighted averaging, max voting 
  • Use techniques of bootstrap sampling, bagging and boosting 
  • Build Random Forest models 
  • Find optimum number of components/factors using scree plot, one-eigenvalue criterion 
  • Perform PCA/Factor Analysis 
  • Build Apriori algorithms with key metrics like Support, Confidence and Lift 
  • Build recommendation engines using UBCF and IBCF 

The program is designed to suit all levels of Machine Learning expertise. From the fundamentals to the advanced concepts in Machine Learning, the course covers everything you need to know, whether you’re a novice or an expert. 

To facilitate development of immediately applicable skills, the training adopts an applied learning approach with instructor-led training, hands-on exercises, projects, and activities. 

This immersive and interactive workshop with an industry-relevant curriculum, capstone project, and guided mentorship is your chance to launch a career as a Machine Learning expert. The curriculum is split into easily comprehensible modules that cover the latest advancements in ML and Python. The initial modules focus on the technical aspects of becoming a Machine Learning expert. The succeeding modules introduce Python, its best practices, and how it is used in Machine Learning.  

The final modules deep dive into Machine Learning and take learners through the algorithms, types of data, and more. In addition to following a practical and problem-solving approach, the curriculum also follows a reason-based learning approach by incorporating case studies, examples, and real-world cases.

Yes, our Machine Learning with Python course is designed to offer flexibility for you to upskill as per your convenience. We have both weekday and weekend batches to accommodate your current job. 

In addition to the training hours, we recommend spending about 2 hours every day, for the duration of course.

The Machine Learning with Python course is ideal for:
  1. Anyone interested in Machine Learning and using it to solve problems  
  2. Software or Data Engineers interested in quantitative analysis with Python  
  3. Data Analysts, Economists or Researchers

There are no prerequisites for attending this course, however prior knowledge of elementary Python programming and statistics could prove to be handy. 

To attend the Machine Learning with Python training program, the basic hardware and software requirements are as mentioned below

Hardware requirements 

  • Windows 8 / Windows 10 OS, MAC OS >=10, Ubuntu >= 16 or latest version of other popular Linux flavors 
  • 4 GB RAM 
  • 10 GB of free space  

Software Requirements  

  • Web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Firefox  

System Requirements 

  • 32 or 64-bit Operating System 
  • 8 GB of RAM 

On adequately completing all aspects of the Machine Learning with Python course, you will be offered a course completion certificate from KnowledgeHut.  

In addition, you will get to showcase your newly acquired Machine Learning skills by working on live projects, thus, adding value to your portfolio. The assignments and module-level projects further enrich your learning experience. You also get the opportunity to practice your new knowledge and skillset on independent capstone projects. 

By the end of the course, you will have the opportunity to work on a capstone project. The project is based on real-life scenarios and carried-out under the guidance of industry experts. You will go about it the same way you would execute a Machine Learning project in the real business world.  

Workshop Experience

The Machine Learning with Python workshop at KnowledgeHut is delivered through PRISM, our immersive learning experience platform, via live and interactive instructor-led training sessions.  

Listen, learn, ask questions, and get all your doubts clarified from your instructor, who is an experienced Data Science and Machine Learning industry expert.  

The Machine Learning with Python course is delivered by leading practitioners who bring trending, best practices, and case studies from their experience to the live, interactive training sessions. The instructors are industry-recognized experts with over 10 years of experience in Machine Learning. 

The instructors will not only impart conceptual knowledge but end-to-end mentorship too, with hands-on guidance on the real-world projects. 

Our Machine Learning course focuses on engaging interaction. Most class time is dedicated to fun hands-on exercises, lively discussions, case studies and team collaboration, all facilitated by an instructor who is an industry expert. The focus is on developing immediately applicable skills to real-world problems.  

Such a workshop structure enables us to deliver an applied learning experience. This reputable workshop structure has worked well with thousands of engineers, whom we have helped upskill, over the years. 

Our Machine Learning with Python workshops are currently held online. So, anyone with a stable internet, from anywhere across the world, can access the course and benefit from it. 

Schedules for our upcoming workshops in Machine Learning with Python can be found here.

We currently use the Zoom platform for video conferencing. We will also be adding more integrations with Webex and Microsoft Teams. However, all the sessions and recordings will be available right from within our learning platform. Learners will not have to wait for any notifications or links or install any additional software.   

You will receive a registration link from PRISM to your e-mail id. You will have to visit the link and set your password. After which, you can log in to our Immersive Learning Experience platform and start your educational journey.  

Yes, there are other participants who actively participate in the class. They remotely attend online training from office, home, or any place of their choosing. 

In case of any queries, our support team is available to you 24/7 via the Help and Support section on PRISM. You can also reach out to your workshop manager via group messenger. 

If you miss a class, you can access the class recordings from PRISM at any time. At the beginning of every session, there will be a 10-12-minute recapitulation of the previous class.

Should you have any more questions, please raise a ticket or email us on and we will be happy to get back to you. 

Additional FAQs on Machine Learning with Python Training in Austin

Learning ML - Austin

Machine Learning is a study that uses concepts of Artificial Intelligence to give systems the ability to efficiently learn and improve upon set tasks. It enables them to work without any reprogramming or human intervention. It focuses on computer system development and on the development of programs that can access data on their own, analyse it and deal with it without any human intervention. 

Machine Learning starts with different ways of data observation including direct experience and examples. The programs look for patterns in data and then use these patterns to make better decisions for the future based on the examples and datasets at their disposal.

There exist several methods of Machine Learning. These can all be categorized into two categories as follows:

  • Supervised machine learning algorithms: These are the algorithms that take the learnings from the past data and apply them to the new data made available by making use of labelled examples in order to predict events that will occur in the future. 
    • A dataset is fed into the system which the system then uses to train itself and learn. 
    • This training and learning then gives you the learning algorithm and it can be used to make predictions. 
    • These algorithms can provide results with new inputs after they’ve been trained enough.
  • Unsupervised machine learning algorithms: When the information necessary for the training isn’t labelled properly, unsupervised ML algorithms are used. 
    • Unsupervised learning systems can infer a function to describe hidden structures in unlabeled data.
    • They can easily predict the correct result and can draw inferences from the given datasets to accurately find hidden structures in unlabelled data.

ML is used to deal with large amounts of data, analyse it and solve problems so they can predict the best outcome to a problem. This way humans can come up with solutions without having to understand the problem completely or analysing why a certain approach to the problem does or doesn’t work.

  • It's easy and it works

Machines can work and solve problems faster than humans. If there are a million solutions to a problem, a machine can systematically evaluate all possible options and find the best possible outcome.

  • Being used in a wide range of applications today

Machine Learning has many practical applications and helps businesses save time and money. It lets people work efficiently and every industry ranging from finance to hospitality uses ML. It has indeed become an indispensable part of our society.

Every organization, right from startups to Fortune 500 companies are working tirelessly to collect data that is generated every day so they can use it to study trends and generate profits. Big and small data is rephrasing businesses and technology.

The state of Machine Learning in companies in Austin and in your daily life

Tech users have been using machine learning for years now. Functions like the surge prices on Uber, social media feeds for Facebook and Instagram, and even the detection of financial fraud can now be done using powerful algorithms associated with Machine Learning, with limited human interference. 

Everyone uses one or the other product of Machine Learning with or without their knowledge. That is why it is important for professionals, especially those involved with Information Technology or Data Science to learn Machine Learning, so that they can stay relevant. 

Learning Machine Learning in Austin has many benefits, some are listed below: 

  1. It reels in better job opportunities: 

The technology companies present in Austin generate a large amount of tech-related revenue in Texas. These companies are 3M, Apple, Amazon, AT&T, Adobe, etc. A report published by Tractica reported that services that use Artificial Intelligence had a worth of $1.9 billion in 2016 and this value is predicted to rise to about $19.9 billion by the end of 2025. Every company is now joining the bandwagon of using Machine Learning. Since every company wants to expand their domain in ML and AI, a knowledge in these domains is bound to attract more job opportunities.

  1. Machine Learning engineers earn a pretty penny: 

The worth of a Machine Learning expert is comparable to that of a prospective quarterback at the NFL. The average salary for a Machine Learning Engineer is $129,273 per year in Austin, TX.

  1. Demand for Machine Learning skills is only increasing: 

There are several companies in Austin that are hiring Machine Learning engineers including Forcepoint, eBay, Clockwork solutions, Asuragen, Cubic Corporation, OJO Labs, GE Power, Red Ventures, Spectrum, BlackLocus, UnitedHealth Group, EY, Bun & Bradstreet, Resideo, Novi Labs, etc. There is a large gap between the demand and supply for Machine Learning engineers. That is why the demand for Machine Learning engineers in increasing and so is their salary, a trend that is only expected to increase in the future.

  1. Most of the industries are shifting to Machine Learning: 

In today’s market, data is the largest currency which is why many industries deal with large amounts of data and have realised the importance of data analysis. Companies want to work efficiently and gain an edge over their competitors by gaining insights from data. Industries ranging from financial sector to gas companies to government agencies now work in the field of Machine learning. 

Machine learning is a field that is changing every day due to its open culture. There are a number of certification courses in Austin that will help you learn Machine Learning including:

  1.    General Assembly
  2.    NobleProg
  3.    ONLC Training Centers
  4.    Hartmann Software group
  5.    Great Learning

However, learning Machine Learning will remain effective as long as you are motivated and keep the following in mind:

  • A knowledge of ML helps you learn the skills necessary to deal with practical situations by hands-on learning instead of making you go through academic papers. 
  • You will be able to build your profile as an ML enthusiast by building on projects. These projects are a great way to implement your skills and gain a prospective employer’s attention. 

Below are the steps you can follow:

  1. Structural Plan: Before anything, you need to have a structured plan about the topics you need to familiarize yourself on priority and what you can leave for later. 
  2. Prerequisite: Choose a programming language you are comfortable with and start enhancing your skills in maths and statistics since ML involves a lot of statistical data.
  3. Learning: Start following the plan made in step (1) and start learning. You can refer to any reliable sources online or books. Ensure that you understand the workflow of ML algorithms. 
  4. Implementation: Try to use the algorithm you learn to build projects that use those algorithms. Take part in online competitions like Kaggle and also take datasets from the internet and start solving task problems. 

Keep a track of ML problems and keep solving them to polish your skills. It’ll also enhance your out-of-the-box thinking.

One of the best ways to get started with Machine Learning is to connect with other professionals. Here is a list of Machine Learning meetups in Austin where you can connect with other Machine Learning Engineers:

  1. Austin Women in Machine Learning and Data Science
  2. Austin Deep Learning
  3. Azure Machine Learning
  4. Austin AI Developers Group
  5. Austin Big Data AI

The best recommendation to get started on Machine Learning as a beginner includes a 5 step process, which goes as follows:

  • Adjust your mindset:
    • Try to figure out what is holding you back from taking up Machine Learning and completing your targets.
    • Remember that Machine Learning is not as hard as it is believed. 
    • Think of ML as a concept that gives you more to discover the longer you practice it.
    • Look for people who will support you on your journey of learning ML.
  • Pick a process that suits you best: Everyone works differently. So, pick a process that you’re comfortable with.
    • Pick a tool: Find your comfort level with ML concepts and choose a tool accordingly.
    • Beginners could opt for the Weka Workbench
    • Intermediate level learners are recommended to choose the Python Ecosystem
    • Advanced level learners should go for the R Platform
  • Practice on Datasets: There are many datasets that’ll help you work with data collection and manipulation. Practice your own Machine Learning skills with relatively small, installed in memory datasets
  • Build your own portfolio: Add the skills you learn to your portfolio.

In Austin, companies like Amazon, Revionics, Siemens, Arm, KPMG, Smarter Sorting, Resideo, Whole Foods Market, Cerebri AI, DELL, Macmillan Learning, Cisco Careers, Oracle, CDK Global, CCC Information Services Inc., etc. are looking for Machine Learning professionals with suitable experience that will help the organization make crucial marketing decisions.

In order to thoroughly understand the concepts of Machine Learning and to develop successful Machine Learning projects, it is important to know the following:

  • Programming languages: Someone who decides to learn Machine Learning should be able to operate programming languages like Python, Java, Scala, etc, efficiently. A knowledge of these languages helps the learner understand ML better. It is also helpful to learn data formats and how to process data to make it compatible to ML algorithms. 
  • Database skills: Knowledge of MySQL is required to properly understand Machine Learning concepts. While they learn these concepts, learners will have to use many different data sets from various data sources so that they can convert it into a format that can be read by ML frameworks.
  • Machine Learning visualization tools: There are many tools in ML that can be used to visualise data. A basic understanding of these tools enables a data scientist to apply these ML skills to real life. 
  • Knowledge of Machine learning frameworks: To design a Machine Learning model, many mathematical and statistical algorithms are used. Learning one or more of these frameworks like Apache Spark ML, TensorFlow etc, enhances your understanding of Machine Learning concepts.
  • Mathematical skills: Machine learning models are formed when data is processed and analysed using mathematical algorithms. Below are some maths concepts that help you better implement Machine Learning concepts: 
    • Optimization
    • Linear algebra
    • Calculus of variations
    • Probability theory
    • Calculus
    • Bayesian Modeling
    • Fitting of a distribution
    • Probability Distributions
    • Hypothesis Testing
    • Regression and Time Series
    • Mathematical statistics
    • Statistics and Probability
    • Differential equations
    • Graph theory

If you want your ML project to be executed successfully, we have compiled the steps for the same below:

  1. Gathering data: To apply your ML skills effectively, you should be able to collect the right data for your project. The quality and quantity of the data is directly proportional to how well your model will perform.
  2. Cleaning and preparing data: Data that is gathered is often raw and thus needs to be cleaned by correcting the missing data so that it can be injected into the model. Once the data is converted into what the model is expecting, it needs to be divided into 2 parts: training data and testing data.  
  3. Visualize the data: Visualisation is the final step that shows the prepared data and co-relates the variables. It helps in understanding the complex data so a model can be chosen properly. 
  4. Choosing the correct model: Once the data has been visualised, you can choose the model that is best suited to deal with it. 
  5. Train and test: We have our prepared data ready to be injected into our chosen model. Since we had divided the data into training and testing data, we train the model using the former and its accuracy is tested using the test data. 
  6. Adjust parameters: After examining the accuracy of your mode, you’ll need to fine tune your parameters.

It is important for all learners to study algorithms since they form an integral part of Machine Learning. Here is how you can include ML algorithms: 

  1. List the various Machine Learning algorithms: Each algorithm is unique and important but you must choose a few that you want to start your Machine Learning journey with. Make a list of all the algorithms you want to learn and place them under categories. 
  2. Apply the Machine Learning algorithms that you listed down: Machine Learning algorithms don’t exist in isolation which means that learning them isn’t enough, you must also know how to practically apply what you learn to data sets. Also practice Applied Machine Learning and start understanding ML algorithms like Support Vector Machines. Applying these to many data sets will build your confidence.
  3. Describe these Machine Learning algorithms: The next step is to better understand Machine Learning algorithms while also exploring the information already available about them. This will help you build a good description of these algorithms. Add any information you get to these descriptions and you’ll learn new things in your ML study. 
  4. Implement Machine Learning Algorithms: The best way to understand Machine Learning algorithms is to implement them yourself and understand the micro decisions involved in the implementation. It also helps you understand mathematical extensions involved.
  5. Experiment on Machine Learning Algorithms: Once you’ve understood a Machine Learning algorithm, you’ll need to understand its behaviour so you can tailor it to suit your future problem needs. You can start experimenting with the algorithm and use standardized data sets, and study the functioning of algorithms.

ML Algorithms - Austin

The K Nearest Neighbours algorithm is a simple Machine Learning algorithm. We can use the K Nearest Neighbour algorithm when we are dealing with a multiclass dataset to be worked on so we can predict the class of a given data point:

  • ‘K’ is the number of training samples that are closest to the new data point that needs classification. This the value of the nearest neighbour classification that needs to be defined.
  • K-nearest neighbor classifiers possess a fixed user-defined constant for the number of neighbors which have to be determined.
  • These algorithms work on the concept of radius based classification. The samples are identified and classified under a fixed radius depending on the density of the data points that surround it. This fixed radius is a metric measure of the distances and is the Euclidean distance between the points.
  • These methods that use the classifications of the neighbours are termed as the non-generalizing Machine Learning methods. This is because these methods remember all the data that is fed into it. 
  • Classification is then performed as a result of a majority vote conducted among the nearest neighbours of the unknown sample.

The K Nearest Neighbour algorithm is the simplest when compared to other machine learning algorithms. The algorithm is preferred because it is very effective when it comes to regression and classification problems like character recognition or image analysis.

The answer to this question depends upon what you intend to do with Machine Learning. 

  • There are many online courses that teach you Machine Learning algorithms without any prior knowledge of algorithms in case you just want to learn existing ML algorithms.
  • However, if you want to delve deeper and innovate using Machine Learning, you need to have prior knowledge of the uses of some algorithms. Since you will be involved in the development and creation of a new Machine Learning algorithms, you’ll need the knowledge required to adapt, design, and innovate with Machine Learning.

Machine Learning Algorithms can be classified basically into the following 3 types - 

  1. Supervised Learning: Linear Regression, Logistic Regression, Classification and Regression Trees (CART), Naïve Bayes, K-Nearest Neighbours 
  2. Unsupervised Learning: Apriori, K-Means, Principal Component Analysis (PCA) 
  3. Ensemble Learning: Bagging, Boosting

  • Supervised Learning: This uses historical data (classified) to learn mapping functions from input variable (X) to the output variable (Y). Examples of such include
    • Linear Regression - The relationship between the input variables (x) and output variable (y) is expressed as an equation of the form y = a + bx
    • Logistic Regression - Logistic Regression is similar to the linear regression model; except that in case of logistic regression you get probabilistic values. To force this probability into a binary classification, you then need to apply a Transformation function.
    • CART - Classification and Regression Trees (CART) is an implementation of Decision Trees. This algorithm predicts the results based on defined nodes and branches by considering the possibility of each outcome. Each non-terminal node is a single input variable (x). The many outcomes that can be generated with regards to that variable can be seen using the splitting point of the node and the following leaf node represents the output variable (y).
    • Naïve Bayes - This algorithm can predict the possibility of an outcome based on the basic value of another variable. It works like the Bayes theorem but it's considered to be “naive” since it works on the assumption that all variables are independent. 
    • K-Nearest Neighbours - This algorithm first considers all the data given and assigns “k” a predefined value. After that, it charts the “k nearest instances” of the dataset value and then either averages them for the output (regression) or finds a mode of the averages (frequent class problem).  
  • Unsupervised Learning: In these cases, only the input variables are given. Then the given data is analysed to reveal possible associations. Examples of such algorithms include the following -
    • Apriori -  This algorithm is used in various databases containing transactions to identify frequent associations in two terms that occur together and it can be used to predict future patterns as well. 
    • K-Means - This algorithm groups similar data into clusters and joins each data point to a centroid that it “assumes”. It then performs actions to ensure that the distance between the data point and the centroid is the least.
    • PCA -  Principal Component Analysis (PCA) makes the data visualization easier and this is done by reducing the variables. It uses a new coordinate system to map the maximum variances of each point. 
  • Ensemble Learning: A group of learners are more likely to perform better than singular learners. These algorithms combine the results of every learner and analyse them to obtain a combined representation of the actual outcome. Following are some examples of such algorithms:
    • Bagging - This algorithm generated multiple datasets (based on the original one), and then model the same algorithm to produce variant outputs and these are then compiled to get a real outcome.
    • Boosting - This algorithm is similar to the one above but it uses sequencing instead of parallels. Each dataset is created by learning from the previous one’s error. 

The simplest of machine learning algorithms can be used to solve the simplest ML problems (simple recognition). We have selected the algorithm based on the following criteria:

  • Easy to understand.
  • Easy to implement and understand the underlying principles.
  • Train and test the data faster and with lesser resources when compared to high-level algorithms. 

Now we introduce you to the algorithm itself which is a stepping stone in your journey towards mastery in ML: k-nearest neighbor algorithm. We have listed some of the reasons why we chose kNN as the simplest ML algorithm and why it is popularly used for solving some of the basic, but important, real-life problems:

  • One of the simplest supervised learning algorithms and best suited for beginners is the k-nearest neighbor algorithm.
  • It can be used for regression as well.
  • The classification is based on the similarity measure. It is non-parametric.
  • Labeled data (supervised learning) is used for the training phase. The algorithm aims at predicting a class for the object based on its k nearest surroundings where k is the number of neighbors.
  • Some practical and real-life examples where KNN is used are:
    • Searching for documents containing similar topics.
    • Used to detect patterns in credit card usage.
    • Vehicular number plate recognition.

ML is the most popular prospect in the tech world right now and it thus, has loads of tools, algorithms, and models that you can choose from. You need to remember the points below while selecting the algorithm that works for you:

  • Understanding your data: Firstly, you must consider what kind of data you’re going to apply the algorithm to. So, understand your data before you choose the algorithm:
    • Plot graphs for data visualization. 
    • Try correlate data that have strong relationships.
    • Clean your data since there can be some data that is either missing or bad.
    • Prepare your data by feature engineering so it can be injected into a model.  
  • Get the intuition about the task: Many times ML is needed because we don’t understand the actual aim of the task and thus, need ML to solve the problem. After that, you need to choose the model that will work the best. There are 4 types: 
    • Supervised learning
    • Unsupervised learning
    • Semi-supervised learning
    • Reinforcement learning
  • Understand your constraints: We can’t just choose the best tools and algorithms blindly. We need to understand that some of the high-end models work on expensive machines. Constraints can involve hardware or software as well.
    • The amount of data that we can store for training or testing can be limited by the data storage available. 
    • A self-learning ML enthusiast won’t run a high-level algorithm which needs high computational power on a low-end machine. Thus, hardware constraints also need to be considered.
    • You must check to see if you have enough time to run long duration training phases or not.
  • Find available algorithms: Only after going through the above three phases, we can check which algorithms adhere to our requirements, and constraints and finally go and implement it! 

Follow these steps to implement the ML algorithms:

  1. Select a programming language: The programming language you choose will affect the standard libraries you’ll have access to and the APIs that you will use for your implementation. 
  2. Select the algorithm that you wish to implement: Once you choose your programming language you can move to choosing the algorithm you want to implement from scratch. You need to decide everything about the algorithm from the type to the specific implementations you expect. 
  3. Select the problem you wish to work upon: Next select the canonical problem set that you want to use to test and validate the efficiency of your algorithm implementation. 
  4. Research the algorithm that you wish to implement: Go through blogs, books, academic research, etc.that contain information about the algorithm you’ve chosen and its implementation. Considering many different descriptions of your algorithm is important to gain a proper perspective of its uses and implementation methodologies.
  5. Undertake unit testing: Run tests for every function of your algorithm. You need to consider the test driven development of your algorithm in the initial phases. This helps you understand what you should expect and the purpose of each unit of your algorithm’s code.

Other than the basic concepts of Machine Learning, here are few topics a learner should focus on: 

  • Decision Trees: A Decision tree is a type of a supervised learning algorithm that is used for classification problems. They are useful for splitting since they decide what features and conditions need to be chosen. Advantages of decision tree methods:
    • They are relatively simplistic
    • They are easier to understand, visualize and interpret
    • You can use them to perform feature selection and variable screening
    • They are not affected by non linear relationships between parameters
    • Decision trees require minimal effort from the user when it comes to data preparation
    • Decision trees can handle and analyze both categorical and numerical data
    • Decision trees are also able to handle problems that require multiple outputs
  • Support Vector Machines: Support Vector Machines are a type of classification methodology that is comparatively more accurate while dealing with classification problems. They can be used for regression problems also. Some of the benefits of a Support Vector Machine include the following:
    • Owing to the nature of convex optimizations, Support Vector Machines provide optimal solutions. They provide global minimum solutions to guarantee optimality.
    • They are useful in both, Linearly Separable (also known as Hard margin) as well as Non-linearly separable (also known as Soft Margin) data.
    • Support Vector Machines provide a ‘Kernel Trick’ which reduced the complexity of feature mapping which used to be a huge burden earlier.
  • Naive Bayes: The Naive Bayes algorithm is a classification technique that is based on Bayes' theorem. It assumes that different predictors are interdependent. The Naive Bayes algorithm assumes that a particular presence in some data is completely unrelated to any other presence in the same data sample. Below are listed some advantages of the Naive Bayes algorithm:
    • It is very simplistic technique of classification - all that the system is doing is performing a bunch of counts. 
    • It requires less training data as compared to other techniques used for classification.
    • It is a highly scalable classification technique.
    • It converges quicker than other traditional discriminative models.
  • Random Forest algorithm: The Random Forest algorithm is a supervised learning algorithm. It creates a collection or forest of decision trees and completely randomizes the inputs so that the system doesn’t identify any other patterns in the input. It is a collection of random decision trees that use the bagging method. 

Following are the advantages of the Random Forest algorithm:

    • A Random forest may be used for regression and classification problems. 
    • It is easier to view what importance a random forest gives to its input features.
    • It is very easy to use and handy algorithm.
    • The number of hyper parameters included in a random forest are not high and are relatively easy to understand.
    • A Random Forest produces a reliable prediction result.

ML Salary - Austin

The median salary of a Machine Learning Engineer in Austin, TX is $1,20,000/yr. The range differs from $72,800 to as high as $1,70,000.

The average salary of a machine learning engineer in Austin, TX is $1,16,000/yr whereas, in Portland, it’s $1,09,000/yr.

The United States is the birthplace of tech giants such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft and others. These companies are accountable for more than the majority of the 34% rise in machine learning patents developed in recent years. These companies have understood the importance of machine learning and the promise it carries which is precisely the reason behind the huge demand for Machine learning engineers in Austin.

Following are the benefits of landing into the ‘dream job’ of the engineering graduates - 

  • Career growth - Machine learning engineering sector is 9.5 times the size of what it was just 5 years back. This is barely the beginning and there is so much left to be explored. It is perhaps this curiosity and opportunity to grow that attracts the skilled professionals to this field.
  • High Salary - This one is the obvious one yet one of the most important factors when deciding a career.

The very fact that ML engineering is believed to outrun data scientist which is hailed as the sexiest job of the 21st century is enough to talk about the endless promise, potential and scope that this job holds. But more than that it is the opportunity it presents. AI and ML are practically the gateways to future technology. Moreover, the acknowledgment and appreciation that this career brings is also very glorious.

Although there are quite many companies offering jobs to Machine Learning Engineers in Austin, following are the prominent companies - 

  • Apple
  • Telenav
  • Utilant LLC
  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering
  • Microsoft
  • CognitiveScale

ML Conference - Austin

S.NoConference NameDate


1.The Business of Data ScienceJuly 30-31, 2019AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705

5th Annual Data Center Conference

September 24-25, 2019

Brazos Hall, 204 East 4th Street, Austin, TX 78701


Developer Week

November 5-7, 2019

Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX 78704


Data Day Texas 2020

January 25th, 2020

AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin, TX 78705


Data Science Salon

February 20-21, 2020

Austin, Texas

  1. The Business of Data Science, Austin
    1. About the conference: The aim of this conference is to teach business leaders about the basics of data science, artificial intelligence and machine learning while imparting them various ways of using it to their advantage in their organizations.
    2. Event Date: July 30-31, 2019
    3. Venue: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705
    4. Days of Program: 2
    5. Timings: 9 am onwards
    6. Registration cost: $1,725 – $2,190
  1. 5th Annual Data Center Conference, Austin
    1. About the conference: The conference aims to bring the most relevant thought leaders in the data centre, machine learning industry under one roof, in order to collaborate, innovate, and motivate.
    2. Event Date: September 24-25, 2019
    3. Venue: Brazos Hall, 204 East 4th Street, Austin, TX 78701
    4. Days of Program: 2
    5. Timings: 8 am onwards
    6. Purpose: Discuss what they are doing to support technological developments that are changing the world.
    7. Registration cost: $0 - $800
  1. Developer Week, Austin
    1. About the conference: Join 1,500+ developers, tech executives, and entrepreneurs and discover the latest in App Development, VR Dev, FinTech Dev, and Machine Learning.
    2. Event Date: November 5-7, 2019
    3. Venue: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX 78704
    4. Days of Program: 3
    5. Timings: 8 am onwards
    6. Purpose: Showcase of workshops and exhibitors who are revolutionizing Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and dozens of other topics.
    7. Registration cost: $395 – $695
    8. Who are the major sponsors: The Home Depot
  1. Data Day Texas 2020, Austin
    1. About the conference:Known for its uniquely Austin experience, this conference has continued to motivate developers with innovative ideas and impractical approaches to machine learning for the past 10 years. 
    2. Event Date: January 25th, 2020
    3. Venue: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705
    4. Days of Program: 1
    5. Timings: 8 am to 8 pm
    6. Purpose: Entering its 10 year in 2020, Data Day Texas highlights the latest in data science with a focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning.
    7. Registration cost: $245 – $495
    8. Who are the major sponsors: Global Data Geeks, Geekaustin.
  1. Data Science Salon, Austin

    1. About the conference: Get face to face with the powerful decision makers in data science and learn about machine learning and AI with the best in the business. 
    2. Event Date: February 20-21, 2020
    3. Venue: Austin, Texas.
    4. Days of Program: 2
    5. Timings: 8 am onwards
    6. Purpose: The flagship conference attempts to bring together practitioners under one roof to motivate and help each other with best ideas and solutions to follow. It covers all major applications of AI and Machine Learning.
    7. How many speakers: 50+
    8. Registration cost: $175 – $595
    9. Who are the major sponsors: Opera Solutions
S.NoConference NameDateVenue
1.Data Day Texas 2017January 14, 2017AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin, TX 78705

AnacondaCON 2018

April 8-11, 2018
JW Marriott,110 E 2nd St. Austin, Texas
3.TEXATA Data Analytics Summit
October 19, 2018
AT&T Hotel and Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Zlotnik Ballroom (Level M1), Austin, TX 78705
4.Developer Week 2018
November 6-8, 2018
Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX 78704
5.KNIME Fall Summit 2018

November 6-9, 2018

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin, Texas 78705

  1. Data Day Texas 2017, Austin
    1. Event Date: January 14, 2017 
    2. Venue: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705
    3. Days of Program: 1
    4. Timings: 8 am onwards
    5. Purpose: The annual conference brought developers face to face to promote ideas on machine learning and artificial intelligence.
    6. Registration cost: $345
    7. Who were the major sponsors: Geekaustin
  1. AnacondaCON 2018, Austin
    1. Event Date: April 8-11, 2018
    2. Venue: JW Marriott,110 E 2nd St. Austin, Texas
    3. Days of Program: 4
    4. Purpose: Thought leaders shared how they used Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to solve the issues they face in their fields and innovate further. 
    5. Who were the major sponsors: Anaconda
  1. TEXATA Data Analytics Summit, Austin
    1. Event Date: October 19, 2018
    2. Venue: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705
    1. Days of Program: 1
    2. Timings: 8:30 am to 5pm
    3. Purpose: This event focused especially on the developments in data science and machine learning that have happened in the state of Texas, proving to be an excellent opportunity for local developers to indulge and learn.
    4. Registration cost: $100 – $600
    5. Who were the major sponsors: Cisco, IBM.
  1. Developer Week 2018, Austin
    1. Event Date: November 6-8, 2018
    2. Venue: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX 78704
    3. Days of Program: 3
    4. Timings: 6 pm onwards
    5. Purpose: This was the largest developer event in the South USA with the focus on workshops and conferences on machine learning and data science for local developers.
    6. How many speakers: 100+
    7. Registration cost: $200
    8. Who were the major sponsors: The Home Depot
  1. KNIME Fall Summit 2018, Austin

    1. Event Date: November 6-9, 2018
    2. Venue: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705
    3. Days of Program: 4
    4. Purpose: It covered topics of data science and machine learning right from the beginning to the core and complex ones.
    5. Who were the major sponsors: KNIME

ML Jobs - Austin

Machine Learning is a vast field. As a machine learning engineer, you will have to take on the following responsibilities:

  • Design and Development of Machine Learning and Deep Learning system
  • Running experiments and tests
  • Implementing ML algorithms
  • Performing statistical Analysis
  • Extending ML frameworks and libraries
  • Researching and implementing ML tools and algorithms

In Austin, there are several openings for machine learning engineers in public as well as private enterprises. From small startups to big corporations, machine learning engineers are needed everywhere. You just need to figure out which industry domain you want to work on and find a job that suits you best.

In Austin, the following companies are looking for Machine Learning Engineer:

  • Services, Inc.
  • Revionics
  • Siemens
  • Cerebri AI
  • CCC Information Services Inc.

In Austin, you can join one of the following professional groups for Machine Learning Engineer:

  • Austin Machine Learning and Algorithmic Trading Meetup Group
  • Austin Machine Learning Meetup
  • Azure Machine Learning
  • Austin Deep Learning  

The following ML jobs are in demand right now:

  • Data Scientist
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Data Architect
  • Data Mining Specialists
  • Cloud Architects
  • Cyber Security Analysts

As a machine learning engineer, you can network with other fellow professionals through one of the following:

  • Online platforms like LinkedIn
  • Social gatherings like meetups
  • Machine Learning conferences

ML with Python- Austin

Here's how you can get started using Python for Machine Learning:

  1. Believe that you can learn and apply Machine Learning Concepts.
  2. Download and install the Python SciPy Kit for Machine learning and install all useful packages.
  3. Take a tour of the tool in order to get an idea of all the functions and their uses.
  4. Load a dataset and make use of statistical summaries and data visualization to understand its structure and workings.
  5. Find some popular datasets and practice on them to better understand the concepts. 
  6. Start small and work your way to bigger and more complicated projects.
  7. Gathering all this knowledge will eventually give you the confidence of slowly starting to apply Python for Machine Learning Projects.

Thanks to the large and diverse open source community of Python there are several many useful libraries:

  • Scikit-learn: Primarily for data mining, data analysis and in data science as well.
  • Numpy: Useful for N-dimensional arrays because of its high performance.  
  • Pandas: Useful for high-level data structures and incredibly useful for data extraction and preparation.
  • Matplotlib: We usually need to plot a graph for ML problems. Matplotlib helps with such data visualization needs, like 2D graph plotting..
  • TensorFlow: This is a library created by Google which is the ideal choice if you’re working with deep learning since it uses multi-layered nodes which facilitate quick training, set-up, and can deploy artificial neural networks.

The following are some tips to help you learn basic Python skills:

  1. Consistency is Key: Code every day. Consistency is very important when you are learning a new programming language. You need to commit to it and code every day. Muscle memory actually plays a very important role in programming. Smart small by coding for about 25 minutes each day and keep increasing your efforts. It seems daunting but it’s worth it.
  2. Write it out: Before you’ve become a programmer and regret not having taken notes in the beginning, let us tell you, you should! Studies have proven that writing down something leads to long-term retention. This is beneficial to programmers who are learning Python and want to become full-time developers. Another tip to keep in mind is to write down your code on paper before putting it into a system. 
  3. Go interactive!: The interactive Python shell is one of the best learning tools, irrespective of whether it’s your first time writing code or you’re learning about Python data structures like lists, dictionaries, strings, etc., or debugging an application. To initialize the Python shell, open your terminal and type in Python or Python 3 into the command line and press Enter. 
  4. Assume the role of a Bug Bounty Hunter: With programming, it's inevitable that you’ll encounter bugs. Sitting down and solving these bugs on your own will help you improve your Python programming skills. Don’t be frustrated by the bugs and instead take up the challenge and become a Bug Bounty Hunter!
  5. Surround yourself with other people who are learning: Coding actually brings out the best results when it is done in a collaborative manner. Surround yourself with other people who are learning Python too because it motivates you to keep going and you can also get helpful tips as you work. 
  6. Opt for Pair programming: Pair programming in a technique in which two developers work on a particular piece of work and code together. One programmer acts as the Driver, while the other acts as a Navigator. The driver is the one who actually writes the code and the Navigator guides the entire process and is the developer. The developer also gives 

feedback and checks if the code is accurate while its written. Both the programmers learn mutually and also get introduced to different ways of thinking and fresh perspectives.  

Python is a vast and open-source community and thus, has tons of libraries that you can explore. We have compiled a list of the best Python libraries for you depending upon their ease of implementation, performance, etc.: 

  • Scikit-learn: Used majorly for data mining, data analysis and in data science as well.
  • SciPy: Contains packages for Mathematics, engineering, and science (manipulation).
  • Numpy: Provides much more than just efficiency - free and fast vector and matrix operations.
  • Keras: When one thinks Neural network, one goes to get the help of Keras.
  • TensorFlow: It uses multi-layered nodes. Basically allows faster training, set-up, and deployment of artificial neural networks. 
  • Pandas: Is very useful when you want to extract or prepare data and provides high-level data structures. 
  • Matplotlib: It helps in 2D graphical plotting for data visualization. 
  • Pytorch: The ideal library for NLP.

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