Deep Dive into Data Science with KNIME Analytics Platform
In this course we cover the major steps in a data science project, from data access, data pre-processing, and data visualization to machine learning, model optimization, and deployment using the KNIME Analytics Platform.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
- Introduction to the data science cycle (CRISP-DM)
- Introduction to KNIME
- Reading Data
- Data Manipulation
- Data Visualization
- Machine Learning
- Model Optimization
- Exporting & Deployment
Data Scientists, Data Engineers, Data Specialists, Machine Learning Engineers, Data Science Enthusiasts
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