Working in a hands-on learning environment, led by our Recommendation Systems expert instructor, students will learn about and explore: you should be able to read code in a programming language such as Python or Java .you should understand an SQL query, and you should have a basic understanding of higher math and statistics.Figures and code listings that explain concepts can get you only so far.
Are you envious when Amazon recommends its products or when Netflix is spot-on with a recommendation for a user? Then here’s your chance to learn how to add these skills to your repertoire. Reading this course will give you an understanding of what recommender systems are and how to apply them in practice. To make a recommender work, many things need to perform in concert. You need to understand how to collect data from your users and how to interpret it, and you need a toolbox of different recommender algorithms so you can choose the best one for your particular scenario. Most importantly, you need to understand how to evaluate whether your recommender system is doing its job well. All this and more is hidden within this course.