MLJ at the Alan Turing Institute

Oct 22, 2019 · London, United Kingdom

Thibaut Lienart will speak about MLJ at our October Meetup, which will be held at the Alan Turning Institute offices within the British Library premises.

MLJ.jl is a machine learning toolbox developed at the Alan Turing Institute and aiming to shorten and facilitate the process between developing a data analysis pipeline and deploying it in a robust and reproducible fashion.

In this talk, Thibaut will go briefly over the MLJ universe (MLJ, MLJBase, MLJModels, MLJLinearModels, MLJFlux and ScientificTypes), and focus on three aspects:

* Discuss what makes MLJ different, in particular the type hierarchy of MLJ models and how MLJ facilitates the composition of models,
* Explain the how and why of ScientificTypes and how it could be used outside of the MLJ universe
* Discuss the vision of MLJ vis a vis the Julia ML/Stats environment

Thibaut will show examples of using MLJ, and conclude with a roadmap and how you can help us get there.

Note: In order to get through security at the venue, please could you ensure your full name is visible on your Meetup profile. Please message me privately if you don't want to do this for any reason, but still want to attend.

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  • London Julia User Group

    Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing, with syntax that is familiar to users of other technical computing environments. It provides a sophisticated compiler, distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library. Want to show what you are working on? Questions to ask? Want to meet others who are using Julia? Let's meetup and talk Julia!

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