I learned so many things in this module. I learned that how to do error analysys and different kind of the learning techniques. Thanks Professor Andrew Ng to provide such a valuable and updated stuff.
While the information from this course was awesome I would've liked some hand on projects to get the information running. Nonetheless, the two simulation task were the best (more would've been neat!).
By Joseph C•
Needs programming exercises to help firm up the new ideas.
By QUINTANA-AMATE, S•
Completely new of what it is out there. Well done Andrew!!
By Alejandro R V•
Not as interesting as the others, I personally prefer math
By Gopala V•
Gave some ideas on mismatched data and how to address them
By Akshita J•
An assignment could have been included to let practically
By Roberto J•
A bit dry, would love to see some more concrete examples.
By Vinicius B F•
Content was fantastic, but the videos were badly edited.
By Suresh P I•
Can be potentially folded into other courses if possible
By Hanqiu D•
It's too easy and cannot be a reasonable single course.
very helpful to build an intuition for DL strategies...
By Rafael G M•
Providing further references would benefit this section
By WEIJIAN K•
You can know well a lot of strategy in machine learning
By B S K•
Good teaching of practical approaches and nice quizzes
the content is good, but the videos are not well made.
By Shuochen Z•
By Gundreddy L M•
excerice should be given for this one proper user case
By Alexey S•
Good class, but 2 previous are much better and useful.
By Lei C•
the answer of the assignment is a little bit arguable.
By SANJAY P•
Content is good. Presentation could have been better.
By Kumari P•
machine learning project are highly iterative as you.
By diego s•
I miss notebooks for practice, besides questionnaires
By Xinghua J•
If there is some coding practice, it would be better
By Pranjal V•
Very well explained but needs more reading material.
By Hee s K•
It is an unique lecture providing empirical advises.
By Pablo L•
Great set of guidelines. Mostly theoretical, though.