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The Big Book of Machine Learning Use Cases – 2nd Edition

Published by Data Bricks

Your complete how-to guide to putting machine learning to work — plus use cases, code samples and notebooks

The world of machine learning is evolving so quickly that it’s challenging to find real-life use cases that are relevant to your day-to-day work.

That’s why we’ve created this comprehensive guide you can start using right away. Get everything you need — use cases, code samples and notebooks — so you can start putting the Databricks Lakehouse Platform to work today.

Plus, you’ll get case studies from leading companies like Comcast, Regeneron and Nationwide.

Learn how to:

  • Improve on-shelf availability with out of stock modeling
  • Make real-time decisions in professional sports using quantitative modeling
  • Use dynamic time warping and MLflow to detect sales trends series
  • Perform multivariate time series forecasting with recurrent neural networks
  • Access new product capabilities with demos
  • Detect financial fraud at scale with decision trees and MLflow on Databricks

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