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# Inferential Statistical Analysis with Python

### What you'll learn

Determine assumptions needed to calculate confidence intervals for their respective population parameters.

Create confidence intervals in Python and interpret the results.

Review how inferential procedures are applied and interpreted step by step when analyzing real data.

Run hypothesis tests in Python and interpret the results.

#### There are 4 modules in this course

In this course, we will explore basic principles behind using data for estimation and for assessing theories. We will analyze both categorical data and quantitative data, starting with one population techniques and expanding to handle comparisons of two populations. We will learn how to construct confidence intervals. We will also use sample data to assess whether or not a theory about the value of a parameter is consistent with the data. A major focus will be on interpreting inferential results appropriately.

At the end of each week, learners will apply what they’ve learned using Python within the course environment. During these lab-based sessions, learners will work through tutorials focusing on specific case studies to help solidify the week’s statistical concepts, which will include further deep dives into Python libraries including Statsmodels, Pandas, and Seaborn. This course utilizes the Jupyter Notebook environment within Coursera.

# From Excel to Power BI (Free Course)

### What you'll learn

Learners will be instructed in how to make use of Excel and Power BI to collect, maintain, share and collaborate, and to make data driven decisions

#### There is 1 module in this course

Are you using Excel to manage, analyze, and visualize your data? Would you like to do more? Perhaps you've considered Power BI as an alternative, but have been intimidated by the idea of working in an advanced environment. The fact is, many of the same tools and mechanisms exist across both these Microsoft products. This means Excel users are actually uniquely positioned to transition to data modeling and visualization in Power BI! Using methods that will feel familiar, you can learn to use Power BI to make data-driven business decisions using large volumes of data.

We will help you to build fundamental Power BI knowledge and skills, including:

Importing data from Excel and other locations into Power BI.

Understanding the Power BI environment and its three Views.

Building beginner-to-moderate level skills for navigating the Power BI product.

Exploring influential relationships within datasets.

Designing Power BI visuals and reports.

Building effective dashboards for sharing, presenting, and collaborating with peers in Power BI Service.

For this course you will need:

A basic understanding of data analysis processes in Excel.

At least a free Power BI licensed account, including:

The Power BI desktop application.

Power BI Online in Microsoft 365.

Course duration is approximately three hours. Learning is divided into five modules, the fifth being a cumulative assessment. The curriculum design includes video lessons, interactive learning using short, how-to video tutorials, and practice opportunities using COMPLIMENTARY DATASETS. Intended audiences include business students, small business owners, administrative assistants, accountants, retail managers, estimators, project managers, business analysts, and anyone who is inclined to make data-driven business decisions. Join us for the journey!

# Meta Front-End Developer Professional Certificate

### What you'll learn

Create a responsive website using HTML to structure content, CSS to handle visual style, and JavaScript to develop interactive experiences.

Learn to use React in relation to Javascript libraries and frameworks.

Learn Bootstrap CSS Framework to create webpages and work with GitHub repositories and version control.

Prepare for a coding interview, learn best approaches to problem-solving, and build portfolio-ready projects you can share during job interviews.

### Prepare for a career in Front-end Development

Earn an employer-recognized certificate from Meta

Qualify for in-demand job titles: Front-End Developer, Website Developer, Software Engineer

### Professional Certificate - 9 course series

Want to get started in the world of coding and build websites as a career? This certificate, designed by the software engineering experts at Meta—the creators of Facebook and Instagram, will prepare you for a career as a front-end developer.

In this program, you’ll learn:

How to code and build interactive web pages using HTML5, CSS and JavaScript.

In-demand design skills to create professional page layouts using industry-standard tools such as Bootstrap, React, and Figma.

GitHub repositories for version control, content management system (CMS) and how to edit images using Figma.

How to prepare for technical interviews for front-end developer roles.

By the end, you’ll put your new skills to work by completing a real-world project where you’ll create your own front-end web application. Any third-party trademarks and other intellectual property (including logos and icons) referenced in the learning experience remain the property of their respective owners. Unless specifically identified as such, Coursera’s use of third-party intellectual property does not indicate any relationship, sponsorship, or endorsement between Coursera and the owners of these trademarks or other intellectual property.

Applied Learning Project

Throughout the program, you’ll engage in hands-on activities that offer opportunities to practice and implement what you are learning. You’ll complete hands-on projects that you can showcase during job interviews and on relevant social networks.

At the end of each course, you’ll complete a project to test your new skills and ensure you understand the criteria before moving on to the next course. There are 9 projects in which you’ll use a lab environment or a web application to perform tasks such as:

Edit your Bio page—using your skills in HTML5, CSS and UI frameworks

Manage a project in GitHub—using version control in Git, Git repositories and the Linux Terminal

Build a static version of an application—you’ll apply your understanding of React, frameworks, routing, hooks, bundlers and data fetching.

At the end of the program, there will be a Capstone project where you will bring your new skillset together to create the front-end web application.

# Introduction to Statistics (Free Course)

### There are 12 modules in this course

Stanford's "Introduction to Statistics" teaches you statistical thinking concepts that are essential for learning from data and communicating insights. By the end of the course, you will be able to perform exploratory data analysis, understand key principles of sampling, and select appropriate tests of significance for multiple contexts. You will gain the foundational skills that prepare you to pursue more advanced topics in statistical thinking and machine learning.

Topics include Descriptive Statistics, Sampling and Randomized Controlled Experiments, Probability, Sampling Distributions and the Central Limit Theorem, Regression, Common Tests of Significance, Resampling, Multiple Comparisons.

# IBM Full Stack Software Developer Professional Certificate

### What you'll learn

Master the most up-to-date practical skills and tools that full stack developers use in their daily roles

Learn how to deploy and scale applications using Cloud Native methodologies and tools such as Containers, Kubernetes, Microservices, and Serverless

Develop software with front-end development languages and tools such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, and Bootstrap

Build your GitHub portfolio by applying your skills to multiple labs and hands-on projects, including a capstone

### Professional Certificate - 12 course series

Prepare for a career in the high-growth field of software development. In this program, you’ll learn in-demand skills and tools used by professionals for front-end, back-end, and cloud native application development to get job-ready in less than 4 months, with no prior experience needed.

Full stack refers to the end-to-end computer system application, including the front end and back end coding. This Professional Certificate covers development for both of these scenarios. Cloud native development refers to developing a program designed to work on cloud architecture. The flexibility and adaptability that full stack and cloud native developers provide make them highly sought after in this digital world.

You’ll  learn how to build, deploy, test, run, and manage full stack cloud native applications. Technologies covered includes Cloud foundations, GitHub, Node.js, React, CI/CD, Containers, Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift, Istio, Databases, NoSQL, Django ORM, Bootstrap, Application Security, Microservices, Serverless computing, and more.

After completing the program you will have developed several applications using front-end and back-end technologies and deployed them on a cloud platform using Cloud Native methodologies. You will publish these projects through your GitHub repository to share your portfolio with your peers and prospective employers.

This program is ACE® recommended—when you complete, you can earn up to 18 college credits.

Applied Learning Project

Throughout the courses in the Professional Certificate, you will develop a portfolio of hands-on projects involving various popular technologies and programming languages in Full Stack Cloud Application Development. These projects include creating:

HTML pages on Cloud Object Storage

An interest rate calculator using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

An AI program deployed on Cloud Foundry using DevOps principles and CI/CD toolchains with a NoSQL database

A Node.js back-end application and a React front-end application

A containerized guestbook app packaged with Docker deployed with Kubernetes and managed with OpenShift

A Python app bundled as a package

A database-powered application using Django ORM and Bootstrap

An app built using Microservices & Serverless

A scalable, Cloud Native Full Stack application using the technologies learned in previous courses

You will publish these projects through your GitHub repository to share your skills with your peers and prospective employers.

# Meta Back-End Developer Professional Certificate

### What you'll learn

Gain the technical skills required to become a qualified back-end developer

Learn to use programming systems including Python Syntax, Linux commands, Git, SQL, Version Control, Cloud Hosting, APIs, JSON, XML and more

Build a portfolio using your new skills and begin interview preparation including tips for what to expect when interviewing for engineering jobs

Learn in-demand programming skills and how to confidently use code to solve problems

Professional Certificate - 9 course series

Ready to gain new skills and the tools developers use to create websites and web applications? This certificate, designed by the software engineering experts at  Meta—the creators of Facebook and Instagram, will prepare you for an entry-level career as a back-end developer.

### In this program, you’ll learn:

Python Syntax—the most popular choice for machine learning, data science and artificial intelligence.

In-demand programming skills and how to confidently use code to solve problems.

Linux commands and Git repositories to implement version control.

The world of data storage and databases using MySQL, and how to craft sophisticated SQL queries.

Django web framework and how the front-end consumes data from the REST APIs.

How to prepare for technical interviews for back-end developer roles.

Any third-party trademarks and other intellectual property (including logos and icons) referenced in the learning experience remain the property of their respective owners. Unless specifically identified as such, Coursera’s use of third-party intellectual property does not indicate any relationship, sponsorship, or endorsement between Coursera and the owners of these trademarks or other intellectual property.

#### Applied Learning Project

Throughout the program, you’ll engage in applied learning through hands-on activities to help level up your knowledge. At the end of each course, you’ll complete 10 micro-projects that will help prepare you for the next steps in your engineer career journey.

In these projects, you’ll use a lab environment or a web application to perform tasks such as:

Solve problems using Python code.

Manage a project in GitHub using version control in Git, Git repositories and the Linux Terminal.

Design and build a simple Django app.

At the end of the program, there will be a Capstone project where you will bring all of your knowledge together to create a Django web app.

# MITx: Machine Learning with Python: from Linear Models to Deep Learning (Free Course)

### What you'll learn

Understand principles behind machine learning problems such as classification, regression, clustering, and reinforcement learning

Implement and analyze models such as linear models, kernel machines, neural networks, and graphical models

Choose suitable models for different applications

Implement and organize machine learning projects, from training, validation, parameter tuning, to feature engineering.

#### Syllabus

Lectures :

Introduction

Linear classifiers, separability, perceptron algorithm

Maximum margin hyperplane, loss, regularization

Linear regression

Recommender problems, collaborative filtering

Non-linear classification, kernels

Learning features, Neural networks

Deep learning, back propagation

Recurrent neural networks

Generalization, complexity, VC-dimension

Unsupervised learning: clustering

Generative models, mixtures

Mixtures and the EM algorithm

Learning to control: Reinforcement learning

Reinforcement learning continued

Applications: Natural Language Processing

### Projects :

Automatic Review Analyzer

Digit Recognition with Neural Networks

Reinforcement Learning

# IBM: Machine Learning with Python: A Practical Introduction (Free Course)

Please Note: Learners who successfully complete this IBM course can earn a skill badge — a detailed, verifiable and digital credential that profiles the knowledge and skills you’ve acquired in this course. Enroll to learn more, complete the course and claim your badge!

This Machine Learning with Python course dives into the basics of machine learning using Python, an approachable and well-known programming language. You'll learn about supervised vs. unsupervised learning, look into how statistical modeling relates to machine learning, and do a comparison of each.

We'll explore many popular algorithms including Classification, Regression, Clustering, and Dimensional Reduction and popular models such as Train/Test Split, Root Mean Squared Error (RMSE), and Random Forests. Along the way, you’ll look at real-life examples of machine learning and see how it affects society in ways you may not have guessed!

Most importantly, you will transform your theoretical knowledge into practical skill using hands-on labs. Get ready to do more learning than your machine!

We'll explore many popular algorithms including Classification, Regression, Clustering, and Dimensional Reduction and popular models such asTrain/Test Split, Root Mean Squared Error and Random Forests.

Mostimportantly, you will transform your theoretical knowledge into practical skill using hands-on labs. Get ready to do more learning than your machine!

# Process Data from Dirty to Clean

### What you'll learn

Define data integrity with reference to types of integrity and risk to data integrity

Apply basic SQL functions for use in cleaning string variables in a database

Develop basic SQL queries for use on databases

Describe the process involved in verifying the results of cleaning data

### There are 6 modules in this course

This is the fourth course in the Google Data Analytics Certificate. These courses will equip you with the skills needed to apply to introductory-level data analyst jobs. In this course, you’ll continue to build your understanding of data analytics and the concepts and tools that data analysts use in their work. You’ll learn how to check and clean your data using spreadsheets and SQL as well as how to verify and report your data cleaning results. Current Google data analysts will continue to instruct and provide you with hands-on ways to accomplish common data analyst tasks with the best tools and resources.

Learners who complete this certificate program will be equipped to apply for introductory-level jobs as data analysts. No previous experience is necessary.

By the end of this course, you will be able to do the following:

- Learn how to check for data integrity.

- Discover data cleaning techniques using spreadsheets.

- Develop basic SQL queries for use on databases.

- Apply basic SQL functions for cleaning and transforming data.

- Gain an understanding of how to verify the results of cleaning data.

- Explore the elements and importance of data cleaning reports.

# Analyze Data to Answer Questions

### What you'll learn

Discuss the importance of organizing your data before analysis with references to sorts and filters

Demonstrate an understanding of what is involved in the conversion and formatting of data

Apply the use of functions and syntax to create SQL queries for combining data from multiple database tables

Describe the use of functions to conduct basic calculations on data in spreadsheets

### There are 4 modules in this course

Learners who complete this certificate program will be equipped to apply for introductory-level jobs as data analysts. No previous experience is necessary.

By the end of this course, you will:

- Learn how to organize data for analysis.

- Discover the processes for formatting and adjusting data.

- Gain an understanding of how to aggregate data in spreadsheets and by using SQL.

- Use formulas and functions in spreadsheets for data calculations.

- Learn how to complete calculations using SQL queries.

# Decisions, Decisions: Dashboards and Reports

### What you'll learn

Design BI visualizations

Practice using BI reporting and dashboard tools

Create presentations to share key BI insights with stakeholders

Develop professional materials for your job search

### There are 6 modules in this course

You’re almost there! This is the third and final course in the Google Business Intelligence Certificate. In this course, you’ll apply your understanding of stakeholder needs, plan and create BI visuals, and design reporting tools, including dashboards. You’ll also explore how to answer business questions with flexible and interactive dashboards that can monitor data over long periods of time.

Google employees who currently work in BI will guide you through this course by providing hands-on activities that simulate job tasks, sharing examples from their day-to-day work, and helping you build business intelligence skills to prepare for a career in the field.

Learners who complete the three courses in this certificate program will have the skills needed to apply for business intelligence jobs. This certificate program assumes prior knowledge of foundational analytical principles, skills, and tools covered in the Google Data Analytics Certificate.

By the end of this course, you will:

-Identify complications that may arise during the creation of BI visualizations

-Produce charts that represent BI data monitored over time

-Use dashboard and reporting tools

-Build dashboards using best practices to meet stakeholder needs

-Iterate on a dashboard to meet changing project requirements

-Design BI presentations to share insights with stakeholders

-Create or update a resume and prepare for BI interviews

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# Ask Questions to Make Data-Driven Decisions

### What you'll learn

Explain how each step of the problem-solving road map contributes to common analysis scenarios.

Discuss the use of data in the decision-making process.

Demonstrate the use of spreadsheets to complete basic tasks of the data analyst including entering and organizing data.

Describe the key ideas associated with structured thinking.

### There are 4 modules in this course

This is the second course in the Google Data Analytics Certificate. These courses will equip you with the skills needed to apply to introductory-level data analyst jobs. You’ll build on your understanding of the topics that were introduced in the first Google Data Analytics Certificate course. The material will help you learn how to ask effective questions to make data-driven decisions, while connecting with stakeholders’ needs. Current Google data analysts will continue to instruct and provide you with hands-on ways to accomplish common data analyst tasks with the best tools and resources.

Learners who complete this certificate program will be equipped to apply for introductory-level jobs as data analysts. No previous experience is necessary.

By the end of this course, you will:

- Learn about effective questioning techniques that can help guide analysis.

- Gain an understanding of data-driven decision-making and how data analysts present findings.

- Explore a variety of real-world business scenarios to support an understanding of questioning and decision-making.

- Discover how and why spreadsheets are an important tool for data analysts.

- Examine the key ideas associated with structured thinking and how they can help analysts better understand problems and develop solutions.

- Learn strategies for managing the expectations of stakeholders while establishing clear communication with a data analytics team to achieve business objectives.

# Foundations: Data, Data, Everywhere

### What you'll learn

Define and explain key concepts involved in data analytics including data, data analysis, and data ecosystem

Conduct an analytical thinking self assessment giving specific examples of the application of analytical thinking

Discuss the role of spreadsheets, query languages, and data visualization tools in data analytics

Describe the role of a data analyst with specific reference to jobs/positions

### There are 5 modules in this course

This is the first course in the Google Data Analytics Certificate. These courses will equip you with the skills you need to apply to introductory-level data analyst jobs. Organizations of all kinds need data analysts to help them improve their processes, identify opportunities and trends, launch new products, and make thoughtful decisions. In this course, you’ll be introduced to the world of data analytics through hands-on curriculum developed by Google. The material shared covers plenty of key data analytics topics, and it’s designed to give you an overview of what’s to come in the Google Data Analytics Certificate. Current Google data analysts will instruct and provide you with hands-on ways to accomplish common data analyst tasks with the best tools and resources.

Learners who complete this certificate program will be equipped to apply for introductory-level jobs as data analysts. No previous experience is necessary.

By the end of this course, you will:

- Gain an understanding of the practices and processes used by a junior or associate data analyst in their day-to-day job.

- Learn about key analytical skills (data cleaning, data analysis, data visualization) and tools (spreadsheets, SQL, R programming, Tableau) that you can add to your professional toolbox.

- Discover a wide variety of terms and concepts relevant to the role of a junior data analyst, such as the data life cycle and the data analysis process.

- Evaluate the role of analytics in the data ecosystem.

- Conduct an analytical thinking self-assessment.

- Explore job opportunities available to you upon program completion, and learn about best practices in the job search.

### What you'll learn

Explore the roles of business intelligence (BI) professionals within an organization

Practice data modeling and extract, transform, load (ETL) processes that meet organizational goals

Create dashboards that effectively communicate data insights to stakeholders

### Professional Certificate - 3 course series

Get professional training designed by Google and take the next step in your career with advanced skills in the high-growth field of business intelligence. There are over 166,000 open jobs in business intelligence and the median salary for entry-level roles is \$96,000.¹

Business intelligence professionals collect, organize, interpret, and report on data to help organizations make informed business decisions. Some responsibilities include measuring performance, tracking revenue or spending, and monitoring progress.

This certificate builds on your data analytics skills and experience to take your career to the next level. It's designed for graduates of the

or people with equivalent data analytics experience. Expand your knowledge with practical, hands-on projects, featuring BigQuery, SQL, and Tableau.

After three courses, you’ll be prepared for jobs like business intelligence analyst, business intelligence engineer, business intelligence developer, and more. At under 10 hours a week, the certificate program can be completed in less than two months. Upon completion, you can apply for jobs with Google and over 150 U.S. employers, including Deloitte, Target, and Verizon.

75% of certificate graduates report a positive career outcome (e.g., new job, promotion or raise) within six months of completion2

¹Lightcast™ US Job Postings (Last 12 Months: 1/1/2022 – 12/31/2022)

2Based on program graduate survey responses, US 2022

Applied Learning Project

This program includes over 70 hours of instruction and 50+ practice-based assessments, which will help you simulate real-world business intelligence scenarios that are critical for success in the workplace. The content is highly interactive and exclusively developed by Google employees with decades of experience in business intelligence. Through a mix of videos, assessments, and hands-on labs, you’ll get introduced to BI tools and platforms and key technical skills required for an entry-level job.

Platforms and tools you will learn include: BigQuery, SQL, Tableau

In addition to expert training and hands-on projects, you'll complete a portfolio project that you can share with potential employers to showcase your new skill set. Learn concrete skills that top employers are hiring for right now.

# Foundations of Data Science

### What you'll learn

Understand common careers and industries that use advanced data analytics

Investigate the impact data analysis can have on decision-making

Explain how data professionals preserve data privacy and ethics

Develop a project plan considering roles and responsibilities of team members

### There are 5 modules in this course

This is the first of seven courses in the Google Advanced Data Analytics Certificate, which will help develop the skills needed to apply for more advanced data professional roles, such as an entry-level data scientist or advanced-level data analyst. Data professionals analyze data to help businesses make better decisions. To do this, they use powerful techniques like data storytelling, statistics, and machine learning. In this course, you’ll begin your learning journey by exploring the role of data professionals in the workplace. You’ll also learn about the project workflow PACE (Plan, Analyze, Construct, Execute) and how it can help you organize data projects.

Google employees who currently work in the field will guide you through this course by providing hands-on activities that simulate relevant tasks, sharing examples from their day-to-day work, and helping you enhance your data analytics skills to prepare for your career.

Learners who complete the seven courses in this program will have the skills needed to apply for data science and advanced data analytics jobs. This certificate assumes prior knowledge of foundational analytical principles, skills, and tools covered in the Google Data Analytics Certificate.

By the end of this course, you will:

-Describe the functions of data analytics and data science within an organization

-Identify tools used by data professionals

-Explore the value of data-based roles in organizations

-Investigate career opportunities for a data professional

-Explain a data project workflow

-Develop effective communication skills

## Join free - Foundations of Data Science

### What you'll learn

Understand the importance of cybersecurity practices and their impact for organizations.

Identify common risks, threats, and vulnerabilities, as well as techniques to mitigate them.

Protect networks, devices, people, and data from unauthorized access and cyberattacks using Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools.

Gain hands-on experience with Python, Linux, and SQL.

### Prepare for a career in cybersecurity

Earn an employer-recognized certificate from Google

Qualify for in-demand job titles: cybersecurity analyst, security analyst, security operations center (SOC) analyst

### Professional Certificate - 8 course series

Prepare for a new career in the high-growth field of cybersecurity, no degree or experience required. Get professional training designed and delivered by subject matter experts at Google and have the opportunity to connect with top employers.

Organizations must continuously protect themselves and the people they serve from cyber-related threats, like fraud and phishing. They rely on cybersecurity to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their internal systems and information. Cybersecurity analysts use a collection of methods and technologies to safeguard against threats and unauthorized access — and to create and implement solutions should a threat get through.

During the 8 courses in this certificate program, you’ll learn from cybersecurity experts at Google and gain in-demand skills that prepare you for entry-level roles like cybersecurity analyst, security operations center (SOC) analyst, and more. At under 10 hours per week, you can complete the certificate in less than 6 months.

Upon completion of the certificate, you can directly apply for jobs with Google and over 150 U.S. employers, including American Express, Deloitte, Colgate-Palmolive, Mandiant (now part of Google Cloud), T-Mobile, and Walmart.

The Google Cybersecurity Certificate helps prepare you for the CompTIA Security+ exam, the industry leading certification for cybersecurity roles. You’ll earn a dual credential when you complete both.

Applied Learning Project

This program includes 170 hours of instruction and hundreds of practice-based assessments and activities that simulate real-world cybersecurity scenarios that are critical for success in the workplace. Through a mix of videos, assessments, and hands-on labs, you’ll become familiar with the cybersecurity tools, platforms, and skills required for an entry-level job.

Skills you’ll gain will include: Python, Linux, SQL, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), communication, collaboration, analysis, problem solving and more!

Additionally, each course includes portfolio activities through which you’ll showcase examples of cybersecurity skills that you can share with potential employers. Acquire concrete skills that top employers are hiring for right now.

# Machine Learning with Apache Spark (Free Course)

### What you'll learn

Describe ML, explain its role in data engineering, summarize generative AI, discuss Spark's uses, and analyze ML pipelines and model persistence.

Evaluate ML models, distinguish between regression, classification, and clustering models, and compare data engineering pipelines with ML pipelines.

Construct the data analysis processes using Spark SQL, and perform regression, classification, and clustering using SparkML.

Demonstrate connecting to Spark clusters, build ML pipelines, perform feature extraction and transformation, and model persistence.

### There are 4 modules in this course

Explore the exciting world of machine learning with this IBM course.

Start by learning ML fundamentals before unlocking the power of Apache Spark to build and deploy ML models for data engineering applications. Dive into supervised and unsupervised learning techniques and discover the revolutionary possibilities of Generative AI through instructional readings and videos.

Gain hands-on experience with Spark structured streaming, develop an understanding of data engineering and ML pipelines, and become proficient in evaluating ML models using SparkML.

In practical labs, you'll utilize SparkML for regression, classification, and clustering, enabling you to construct prediction and classification models. Connect to Spark clusters, analyze SparkSQL datasets, perform ETL activities, and create ML models using Spark ML and sci-kit learn. Finally, demonstrate your acquired skills through a final assignment.

This intermediate course is suitable for aspiring and experienced data engineers, as well as working professionals in data analysis and machine learning. Prior knowledge in Big Data, Hadoop, Spark, Python, and ETL is highly recommended for this course.

# Machine Learning with Python

### What you'll learn

Describe the various types of Machine Learning algorithms and when to use them

Compare and contrast linear classification methods including multiclass prediction, support vector machines, and logistic regression

Write Python code that implements various classification techniques including K-Nearest neighbors (KNN), decision trees, and regression trees

Evaluate the results from simple linear, non-linear, and multiple regression on a data set using evaluation metrics

### There are 6 modules in this course

Get ready to dive into the world of Machine Learning (ML) by using Python! This course is for you whether you want to advance your Data Science career or get started in Machine Learning and Deep Learning.

This course will begin with a gentle introduction to Machine Learning and what it is, with topics like supervised vs unsupervised learning, linear & non-linear regression, simple regression and more.

You will then dive into classification techniques using different classification algorithms, namely K-Nearest Neighbors (KNN), decision trees, and Logistic Regression. You’ll also learn about the importance and different types of clustering such as k-means, hierarchical clustering, and DBSCAN.

With all the many concepts you will learn, a big emphasis will be placed on hands-on learning. You will work with Python libraries like SciPy and scikit-learn and apply your knowledge through labs. In the final project you will demonstrate your skills by building, evaluating and comparing several Machine Learning models using different algorithms.

By the end of this course, you will have job ready skills to add to your resume and a certificate in machine learning to prove your competency.

# IBM Full Stack Software Developer Professional Certificate

Prepare for a career as a full stack developer. Gain the in-demand skills and hands-on experience to get job-ready in less than 4 months. No prior experience required.

### What you'll learn

Master the most up-to-date practical skills and tools that full stack developers use in their daily roles

Learn how to deploy and scale applications using Cloud Native methodologies and tools such as Containers, Kubernetes, Microservices, and Serverless

Develop software with front-end development languages and tools such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, and Bootstrap

Build your GitHub portfolio by applying your skills to multiple labs and hands-on projects, including a capstone

### Professional Certificate - 12 course series

Prepare for a career in the high-growth field of software development. In this program, you’ll learn in-demand skills and tools used by professionals for front-end, back-end, and cloud native application development to get job-ready in less than 4 months, with no prior experience needed.

Full stack refers to the end-to-end computer system application, including the front end and back end coding. This Professional Certificate covers development for both of these scenarios. Cloud native development refers to developing a program designed to work on cloud architecture. The flexibility and adaptability that full stack and cloud native developers provide make them highly sought after in this digital world.

You’ll  learn how to build, deploy, test, run, and manage full stack cloud native applications. Technologies covered includes Cloud foundations, GitHub, Node.js, React, CI/CD, Containers, Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift, Istio, Databases, NoSQL, Django ORM, Bootstrap, Application Security, Microservices, Serverless computing, and more.

After completing the program you will have developed several applications using front-end and back-end technologies and deployed them on a cloud platform using Cloud Native methodologies. You will publish these projects through your GitHub repository to share your portfolio with your peers and prospective employers.

This program is ACE® recommended—when you complete, you can earn up to 18 college credits.

Applied Learning Project

Throughout the courses in the Professional Certificate, you will develop a portfolio of hands-on projects involving various popular technologies and programming languages in Full Stack Cloud Application Development. These projects include creating:

HTML pages on Cloud Object Storage

An interest rate calculator using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

An AI program deployed on Cloud Foundry using DevOps principles and CI/CD toolchains with a NoSQL database

A Node.js back-end application and a React front-end application

A containerized guestbook app packaged with Docker deployed with Kubernetes and managed with OpenShift

A Python app bundled as a package

A database-powered application using Django ORM and Bootstrap

An app built using Microservices & Serverless

A scalable, Cloud Native Full Stack application using the technologies learned in previous courses

You will publish these projects through your GitHub repository to share your skills with your peers and prospective employers.

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