I genuinely hope that my articles help you. The strength of the top-5 list I'd say is that its suggested course sequence of learning is quite reasonable for anyone who has college-level calculus. And I'd assume with persistence, you can go quite far just by taking classes.

In any case, I hope you have good luck.

Thanks,

Arthur

thank you for sharing your insights. I'm a beginner to ML and fulltime developer with basic math. I've just finished Andrew Ng's ML-course for the second time with an interruption of 3 years where I tried to learn the math, but sadly get confused with where to start and what to learn in which order and made little progress. Also I could follow the explanations in the Andrew's course quit easily, I felt I need more insight. Now is my second attempt to ML and I plan to learn the needed math along the way. Now I was looking for how to proceed . I was thinking about Yaser Abu-Mostafi's course at edx and then turn to the new deeplearning.ia from Andrew. But after reading your advise I think the best way to proceed as you suggested.

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Sure I will take a look. Thanks!

Arthur

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