# Machine Learning lectures and tutorials

Europe/London
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Description

These lectures take place on Thursday 21 and 28 from 9:30 to 12:30 and on June 11 from 14:00 to 17:00.

To connect, use zoom room https://ukri.zoom.us/j/92333192527

To view the recordings, use: 8G=O=4L8

• 14:00 17:00
Machine Learning lectures and tutorials 3h

The Day 2 Cog X You Tube Video has 3 interesting talks on the use of machine learning in research as part of the Alan Turing Data Science for Science Programme. This session starts at 2hr 20min into the video.

PublicEurope/LondonA. Bevan

# Machine Learning lectures and tutorials

Thursday 11 June 2020, 14:00 → 17:00 Europe/London

zoom

Description

These lectures take place on Thursday 21 and 28 from 9:30 to 12:30 and on June 11 from 14:00 to 17:00.

To connect, use zoom room https://ukri.zoom.us/j/94302841722

To access the recording, use 0N!f68L8

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• 09:30 → 12:30Machine Learning lectures and tutorials3h

Minutes

We will be using the following software for tutorials: ROOT for C++ based macros (using the HEP tool TMVA), and Anaconda for all Python based work (using SciKit Learn, TensorFlow and Keras).  Please see below for version information and installation instructions.

The github repository containing the examples that we will be using is also given below.

ROOT:

Please install ROOT from the ROOT Download Page.  Please note that the install file is 100-200MB, and may take some time to download.  If you are installing from source, the download will be faster, but you will need to ensure that you compile with appropriate options to ensure the tmva package is built.

The TMVA examples have been written for ROOT version 6.20/04 (the current PRO version).

Anaconda:

After installing Anaconda, please make sure you install the Spyder IDE as well as either the JupyterLab or Jupyter Notebook applications. These will be used for running the scripts and notebook examples, respectively.

After installing Anaconda, please make sure you install the following python packages:

• tensorflow
• pandas
• keras
• sklearn
• scikit-plot
• matplotlib
• numpy
• opencv

Packages can be installed from the command line using pip(3) install <package name>, or via the anaconda navigator window by selecting "Environments",  changing the pull down menu to "All" in the main window, and entering the package name under the "Search Packages" field.  Having done that you should be able to click on the green button "Apply" which will create a dialogue box for the package install.

Tutorial Files:

These can be downloaded from github using the following command, or by visiting the project URL: IntroToML