Machine Learning Course Notes

Not much to report or record at the moment, as all of the lectures and exercises this week have the goal only of teaching us the Octave programming language, which is an open source version of Matlab.

I’m constantly impressed by the power of expressing spreadsheets as matrices and vectors and thinking of analytical operations as expressed by linear algebra. Lots of new things to think about here, but gotta work through the programming exercises first.

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