About Ahmad Anis

Ahmad is interested in Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Computer Vision. Currently working as a Jr. Machine Learning engineer at Redbuffer.

Ahmad Anis Posts (19)

  • 5 Different Ways to Load Data in Python - 15 Apr 2022
    Data is the bread and butter of a Data Scientist, so knowing many approaches to loading data for analysis is crucial. Here, five Python techniques to bring in your data are reviewed with code examples for you to follow.
  • Machine Learning Skills – Update Yours This Summer - 27 Jul 2021
    The process of mastering new knowledge often requires multiple passes to ensure the information is deeply understood. If you already began your journey into machine learning and data science, then you are likely ready for a refresher on topics you previously covered. This eight-week self-learning path will help you recapture the foundations and prepare you for future success in applying these skills.
  • Beginners Guide to Debugging TensorFlow Models - 15 Jun 2021
    If you are new to working with a deep learning framework, such as TensorFlow, there are a variety of typical errors beginners face when building and training models. Here, we explore and solve some of the most common errors to help you develop a better intuition for debugging in TensorFlow.
  • RewardsPlatinum BlogVaex: Pandas but 1000x faster - 17 May 2021
    If you are working with big data, especially on your local machine, then learning the basics of Vaex, a Python library that enables the fast processing of large datasets, will provide you with a productive alternative to Pandas.
  • Gold BlogHow to deploy Machine Learning/Deep Learning models to the web - 05 Apr 2021
    The full value of your deep learning models comes from enabling others to use them. Learn how to deploy your model to the web and access it as a REST API, and begin to share the power of your machine learning development with the world.
  • Saving and loading models in TensorFlow — why it is important and how to do it - 03 Feb 2021
    So much time and effort can go into training your machine learning models. But, shut down the notebook or system, and all those trained weights and more vanish with the memory flush. Saving your models to maximize reusability is key for efficient productivity.
  • Silver BlogLearn Data Science for free in 2021 - 06 Jan 2021
    If you are considering starting a career path in machine learning and data science, then there is a great deal to learn theoretically, along with gaining practical skills in applying a broad range of techniques. This comprehensive learning plan will guide you to start on this path, and it is all available for free.
  • Data Compression via Dimensionality Reduction: 3 Main Methods - 10 Dec 2020
    Lift the curse of dimensionality by mastering the application of three important techniques that will help you reduce the dimensionality of your data, even if it is not linearly separable.
  • Silver BlogDo’s and Don’ts of Analyzing Time Series - 12 Nov 2020
    When handling time series data in your Data Science analysis work, a variety of common mistakes are made that are basic, but very important, to the processing of this type of data. Here, we review these issues and recommend the best practices.
  • Gold BlogTop 5 Free Machine Learning and Deep Learning eBooks Everyone should read - 05 Nov 2020
    There is always so much new to learn in machine learning, and keeping well grounded in the fundamentals will help you stay up-to-date with the latest advancements while acing your career in Data Science.