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A quick thread on types of Machine Learning Algorithms if you are just getting started.

#100Devs #100DaysOfCode Image
On a broad level ML algorithms are are of 4 types

1️⃣ Supervised Learning
2️⃣ Semi supervised learning
3️⃣ Unsupervised learning
4️⃣ Reinforcement

Let's explore what they mean & see further bifurcation of them
1️⃣ Supervised Learning

• A machine is taught by example
• A known dataset which includes desired inputs & outputs are provided

• The algo needs to find patterns in the input dataset, learns from observations & makes prediction with high acchrai
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50 Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Terms Every Beginner Should Know

#100Devs #100DaysOfCode 50 AI/ML Terms For Beginners
1 Weak AI
2 Variation
3 Variance
4 Validation data
5 Unsupervised learning
6 Turing test
7 Transfer learning
8 Training data
9 Test data
10 Supervised learning
11 Strong AI
12 Sentiment analysis
13 Semantic annotation
14 Reinforcement learning
15 Model
16 Predictive analytics
17 Pattern recognition
18 Parameter
19 Overfitting
20 Underfitting
21 Natural language understanding (NLU)
22 Natural language processing (NLP)
23 Natural language generation (NLG)
24 Neural network
25 Machine translation
26 Machine Learning
27 Machine intelligence
28 Intent
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🔴 NumPy Fundamentals: Indexing & Slicing
🟡 Jupyter Notebook 📒 Available ✅

A thread 🧵 👇

#DataScience #MachineLearning #100daysOfCode
💫 Basic Indexing ⬇️
💫 Slicing and Striding ⬇️
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🔥 Generate Pencil Sketch from Photo using 🐍

Keep Reading this 🧵 👇

#MachineLearning #AI #100DaysOfCode #Coding #Python
We will use OpenCV & Matplotlib Library for generating Sketch Image.
Step 1: Read Image & Convert to Grey Image

Using cvtColor function of OpenCV.
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Here are 35 tech companies hiring for various positions 🧵

Cc: Brenda O.
1. @Shinydocs lnkd.in/d-He3cdc
2. @accessnow is hiring!
Access Now defends and extends the digital rights of users at risk around the world. 
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3. @Noibu
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#TechIsHiring
#100DaysOfCode
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Day 4 of #100DaysOfCode :

Problem Name - Longest Consecutive Sequence

Given an unsorted array of integers "nums", return the length of the longest consecutive elements sequence.

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Sample Input :

arr = [100,4,200,1,3,2]

Sample Output:

4

Explanation:

The longest consecutive elements sequence is [1, 2, 3, 4].

Therefore its length is 4.
Below is the link to that problem, you can try solving it on your own.

leetcode.com/problems/longe…

If you are unable to solve, here is the detailed explanation!
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Day 3 of #100DaysOfCode :
Problem Name - Longest Mountain in Array

Given an integer array "arr", return the length of the longest subarray, which is a mountain.

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Sample Input :

arr = [2,1,4,7,3,2,5]

Sample Output:

5

Explanation:

A mountain is a set of numbers that are strictly increasing until they reach a peak, at which they become strictly decreasing.

So, the largest mountain is [1,4,7,3,2] with peak at 7 and length 5.
Here is the link to that problem, you can try solving it on your own.

If you are unable to solve, here is the detailed explanation!

leetcode.com/problems/longe…
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HTML ANATOMY OF A SIMPLE WEBPAGE.
#coding #programming
#100DaysOfCode
BOOKMARK FOR LATER 🗃️

MEGA THREAD 🧵 Image
1. What is HTML?

- HTML - Hyper Text Markup Language
- Standard Language for creating webpages
- Defines structure of webpage
- Consists of content enclosed inside tags.
2. Basic HTML Structure

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html lang=”en”>

<head>
<meta charset=”UTF-8">
<meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<title>HTML page structure</title>
</head>

<body>
<h1>Heading Content</h1>
<p>Paragraph Content</p>
</body>

</html> Image
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Day 2 of #100DaysOfCode

PROBLEM NAME - 3 SUM

Given an array of integers "nums" and an integer "target", find all possible indices of triplets such that they add up to target.

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Approach - 1 : Brute Force

Use 3 "for loops" and check for all possible triplets of numbers that makes the target sum.

Time Complexity - O(n^3)
Space Complexity - O(1) Image
2nd and 3rd approaches requires knowledge of HashMap and 2 pointers that I discussed in the 2SUM problem in my previous thread.

Here is the thread in which I covered those topics so give it a read before proceeding further!

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One of the most devastating and heart-wrenching of the
~7,000 known rare diseases
A novel mutation🧬identified in
*⃣ "Epidermolysis Bullosa"*⃣
bmcmedgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.11… #bioinformatics #openscience #100daysofcode #snrtg #genomics #raredisease
Young patients with Epidermolysis Bullosa are known as
"Butterfly Children"
A novel gene therapy has shown dramatic and promising results for some of them:
science.org/content/articl… #openscience #biotech #scicomm
Epidemolysis Bullosa: frequently referred to as
'The worst disease you've never heard of'
chron.com/life/health/ar… #openscience #raredisease #scicomm
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Day 1 of #100DaysOfCode :
Problem Name - TWO SUM

Given an array of integers nums and an integer target, return indices of the two numbers such that they add up to target.

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Approach - 1 : Brute Force

- Use 2 for loops and check for all possible pairs of numbers that makes the target sum.

Time Complexity - O(n^2)
Space Complexity - O(1) Image
Approach - 2 : Sorting + Two Pointers

- Consider nums = [2,15,11,7] and target = 9

- After Sorting, nums = [2,7,11,15]

- Take 2 pointers, "start" and "end" pointing to the first and last element of the array.

- Let, sum = nums[start] + nuts[end]
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`is`, `==`, and the £5 note in your pocket

You've read about how `is` and `==` are not the same thing.

But perhaps, you still find the concept a bit confusing.

So, here we go.
Read on

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#Python

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Let's assume you and I both have a £5 note in our pocket

<replace with currency of choice>
and
<read "bill" instead of "note" if you wish>

/2
We meet up and go to a coffee shop nearby to buy two coffees which cost £5 altogether

Does it matter which £5 note we use to pay?

No, all the barista cares about is that our_payment == 5

So _you_ can pay. Thank you!

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Day 100 of 300

Hi twitter, my name is Stephen Okunola and I am a dev!

Really surreal that I am 100 days deep into this challenge.

I started this challenge on March 7th, 2022.

Here are the things I have learnt and built so far

A thread.

#300daysofcoding #100DaysOfCode Image
Did a recap on HTML and CSS

I built 9 projects using basic HTML and CSS.

You can check em out here

Github.com/champer3
I went ahead to learn JavaScript. Did a recap on the fundamentals and then built projects

I built 6 projects, personal and from @frontendmentor's website.

@developedbyed was really helpful in helping me understand and appreciate JavaScript.
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20 Lesser-Known HTML Attributes You May Want to Use✨📚

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Accept
Autofocus
Inputmode
Pattern
Required
Autocomplete
Multiple
Download
Contenteditable
Read-only
Spellcheck
Translate
Loading
Poster
Controls
Autoplay
Loop
Cite
Async
Defer
Improve your JavaScript skill here:

🔸 edX
🔸 Hackr
🔸 Srimba
🔸 Udemy
🔸 Udacity
🔸 Coursera
🔸 SoloLearn
🔸 W3Schools
🔸 Codecademy
🔸 FreeCodeCamp
Want a job in tech? 💰

Having a personal website can help you stand out!

Here are 10 free website templates 👇

bootstrapmade.com

1. Devfolio
2. iPortfolio
3. MyResume
4. Personal
5. Folio
6. Me family
7. Laura
8. Kelly
9. Lonely
10. MyPortfolio
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10 Tech Skills in demand

1. Machine Learning
2. Mobile Development
3. SEO/SEM Marketing
4. Data Visualization
5. Data Engineering
6. UI/UX Design
7. Cyber-security
8. Cloud Computing/AWS
9. Blockchain
10. IOT

#coding #100DaysOfCode
10 Sites for your career

1. Linkedin
2. Indeed
3. Naukri
4. Instahyre
5. Monster
6. Careercloud
7. Dice
8. CareerBuilder
9. Jibberjobber
10. Glassdoor
10 Sites for Interview Preparation

1. Ambitionbox
2. AceThelnterview
3. Geeksforgeeks
4. Leetcode
5. Gainlo
6. Careercup
7. Codercareer
8. InterviewUp
9. InterviewBest
10. Indiabix
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Image overlay

It is the must known technique by every web developer. They are different ways to add text over image in an appealing way.

we can see more on this thread. 🧵

#100DaysOfCode #CSS Image
Types of overlay

• Text overlay - adding text over image. ex: landing page banners with captions.

• Image overlay - adding image over image. ex: images with logos/ brand names as watermark.

We will see different methods to add with some examples.
Add text over image directly.

It is rarely suitable, because it has lot of constraints to get better look.

• Image should be dark.
• Text has to be white.

Brighter the image, poorer the readability. so use this only for dark images. Image
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🚀Become a Web Developer From Scratch:
Here's the answer to all your Questions:🧵 👇

Welcome to the 8-9th day of our series:
"Start your journey as a Front-End Web Developer"

Let's Start today's #100DaysOfCode
{8-9/100}
Let's start,
✔️ We've already covered the usual tags, now some tags which are used to give a realistic effect,
yes, we are talking about Audio and Video
<audio></audio>
<video></video>⬇️
✔️Audio Tag
Represented as: <Audio></Audio>

This tag is used to provide audio to the web page or to a certain element, and as we know audio file have many extensions but the HTML5 supports only files with the following extensions:
1. mp3
2. wav
3. ogg
Basic code for Audio:
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useState hook in React JS

#reactJS #100DaysOfCode Introduction to react hooks. React useState Hook
In this series, you will understand what React hooks are and how to write them for your React applications.

What are hooks in react ?
A Hook is a special function that lets you “hook into ⚓” React features.
As for state management, we have useState hook and for side effects we have useEffect.

But why hooks ?

React functional components are plain JS functions. It is not possible to persist state in local variables as these are initialized every time the function is evaluated.
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Aspiring to become a web Developer Here's the answer to all your Questions:🧵the 👇

Welcome to 6th day of our series:
"Start your journey as a Front-End Web Developer"

Let's Start today's #100DaysOfCode
{6/100}
Let's start,
✔️ We've already covered the usual tags, now some of the most used tags are remaining so let's start by using:
<div></div>⬇️
✔️Div tag is not restricted to the type of data it can have,
Like we can use
<p>
<h>
<table>
<button>
<form> and etc between opening and closing tag.
So lets see how it's used⬇️
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How to get started in web Development?
-Here's the answer to your Questions:🧵👇

Welcome to 5th day of our series:
"Start your journey as a Front-End Web Developer"

Let's Start today's #100DaysOfCode
{5/100}
Let's start,
✔️ Today we'll learn about Form tag and Button tag with their uses!
Table tag is written as <form></form>
And the Button tag as <button></button>.
let's Try Form tag First
table tag has different child tags such as⬇️
✔️<label></label>: Label for the text designation
<input type="Type X">: Type of data we want to enter in field
Here we already provided Button as a Submit type value in Input attribute.
Let's see how they actually works:
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If you're aspiring to become a web Developer Here's the answer to your Questions:🧵👇

Welcome to 4th day of our series:
"Start your journey as a Front-End Web Developer"

Let's Start today's #100DaysOfCode Image
{4/100}
Let's start,
✔️ Today we'll learn about Table tag and it's usage!
Table tag is written as <table></table>
And the Button tag as <button></button>.
let's Try table tag First
table tag has different child tags such as⬇️
✔️<th>: It defines table header
<tr>: It defines table row
<td>: It defines table cell
Let's see how they actually works: Image
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All about Dates and Timers in #javascript you need to know as a web developer.
#100DaysOfCode
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📌The Date object in JavaScript is used to represent a moment of time. This time value (known as UNIX-TIME) is since 1 January 1970 UTC(Coordinated Universal Time). We can create a date using the Date object by calling the new Date() constructor as shown in the below syntax.
📌Different Ways of Creating Date and Time
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2/ It is important to standardize variables before running Cluster Analysis. It is because cluster analysis techniques depend on the concept of measuring the distance between the different observations we're trying to cluster.

#DataScience #MachineLearning #DeepLearning
3/ If a variable is measured at a higher scale than the other variables, then whatever measure we use will be overly influenced by that variable.

#DataScience #MachineLearning #DeepLearning #100DaysOfMLCode #Python #pythoncode #AI #DataScientist #DataAnalytics #Statistics
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