Hello everybody ! Three months later my very first python projects that allow to do face detection on a webcam live streaming I have created another script that this time will be able to detect face and eyes from a live streaming. Well I suppose that now you are eager to know how to do that… Continue reading Python project: live streaming face & eyes detection

## Intermediate Python : Dimensionality reduction (Machine Learning)

In machine learning (ML) classification problems, there too many factors that will influence the output of your prediction. Here you have my GitHub with my jupyter notebook In ML we call these factors “features”. When our dataset contains a too large range of features is become tough to visualize our dataset and working on it.… Continue reading Intermediate Python : Dimensionality reduction (Machine Learning)

## Python project: live streaming face detection

Hello everybody and welcome back 🙂 I wanted to share with you my first face detection script (check out the video on the post!). I have tried also to explain each line of the code in order to allow you to create your own python face detection script successfully ! Check out the video upon… Continue reading Python project: live streaming face detection

## Intermediate Python: Time Series Prediction

Hello and welcome (or welcome back I’d rather say!) to my blog. Today I will introduce you time series prediction and time series prediction scoring. If you are not familiar with time series data structure I strongly recommend to check my first time series analysis post out. You will find interesting information about how time… Continue reading Intermediate Python: Time Series Prediction

## Python for Beginners: Introduction to time series

Time series analysis is one of more interesting analysis that is possible to run through python. Let’s start from the beginning J What is time series? Time series (TS) is a collection of data points collected at constant time intervals. Why we run time series analysis? We run this kind of analysis in order to… Continue reading Python for Beginners: Introduction to time series

## Intermediate Python: What is linear regression ?

Linear regression is one of the most easy to apply, useful and used model in Machine Learning. Nevertheless, is important to have a deep understanding of what it is and when we could use it for a prediction for instance. Do you want to create your own univariate linear regression model ? follow these… Continue reading Intermediate Python: What is linear regression ?

## Intermediate python: 4 steps to build up your univariate linear regression model

Hi, The goal of this post is to show off all steps to create a univariate linear regression model easy to build up and understand also for python newbies. You want to know more about linear regression ? Click here ! I order to see the entire notebook please visit my GitHub page by clicking… Continue reading Intermediate python: 4 steps to build up your univariate linear regression model

## Intermediate Python: Inner functions

If you landed on this page that means that you already know what a function is in python and how to use it then I won't talk about this in this post. Basically, an inner function is a function inside a function. This kind of user-defined function is unlikely to be used on daily basis because sometimes… Continue reading Intermediate Python: Inner functions

## Intermediate Python: anonymous functions

An anonymous function is actually a function without a name. In order to create this we must use "lambda" statement. As you can see below it is very easy to use it and make function tasks easier to to implement. Anyway If you want to back to the basics and learn how to use a… Continue reading Intermediate Python: anonymous functions

## Python for beginners: how to use functions

How we have seen on the first post about functions in python a function is a snippet of code used for doing some specific task. So for creating this specific task we create a function for example for a bmi calculator we will have something like: def bmicalculator(a): #put some code here return #some code here… Continue reading Python for beginners: how to use functions