The Conductrics blog has shared a list of data science and machine learning resources. The introduction states, "Every now and then I get asked for some help or for some pointers on a machine learning/data science topic. I tend respond with links to resources by folks that I consider to be experts in the topic area. Over time my list has gotten a little larger so I decided to put it all together in a blog post. Since it is based mostly on the questions I have received, it is by no means complete, or even close to a complete list, but hopefully it will be of some use. Perhaps I will keep it updated, or even better yet, feel free to comment with anything you think might be of help. Also, when I think of data science, I tend to focus on Machine Learning rather than the hardware or coding aspects. If you are looking for stuff on Hadoop, or R, or Python, sorry, there really isn’t anything here."
The list includes such gems as this: "As far as I am concerned, www.videolectures.net is one of the most valuable sites on the internet. Sure, maybe some of the other ‘disruptive’ educational sites are useful, but almost everything Machine Learning is in here and then some – Mother lode, Paydirt, or whatever you want to call it, you just hit it with this: http://videolectures.net/Top/Computer_Science/Machine_Learning/ But don’t horde it, pass this resource along. Also, a good first lecture on ML is Iain Murray’s tutorial from a machine learning summer school– Here is the lecture Murray Teaches ML."
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