Data Preparation Strategies for Successful Machine Learning

Webinar

One of the most common questions about machine learning is “How do I prepare my data for a machine learning project?” In order to run successful machine learning projects, and create highly-accurate predictive models for your business, you need to prepare your data effectively. But this process doesn’t have to be a burden.

In this 45-minute webinar, you'll discover:

  • Efficient methods to explore and organize complex data
  • How to marry multiple datasets for feature engineering
  • Optimal target selection and how to address information leakage
  • DataRobot's platform makes my work exciting, my job fun, and the results more accurate and timely -- it's almost like magic!
    Omair Tariq

    Data Analyst, Symphony Post Acute Network

  • I think we need to take it upon ourselves in the industry to build the predictive models that understand what the needs and wants of our customers are, and go through the whole curation process, become their concierge.
    Oliver Rees

    General Manager – Torque Data at Virgin Australia

  • At LendingTree, we recognize that data is at the core of our business strategy to deliver an exceptional, personalized customer experience. DataRobot transforms the economics of extracting value from this resource.
    Akshay Tandon
    Akshay Tandon

    VP of Strategy Analytics, LendingTree

  • DataRobot allows us to understand the data that’s being fed into our models without blindly feeding whatever we get into our system. DataRobot makes my team very effective.
    Deena Narayanaswamy
    Deena Narayanaswamy

    Head of Data Insights, Avant

  • We know part of the science and the heavy lifting are intrinsic to the DataRobot technology. Prior to working with DataRobot, the modeling process was more hands-on. Now, the platform has optimized and automated many of the steps, while still leaving us in full control. Without DataRobot, we would need to add two full-time staffers to replace what DataRobot delivers.
    Evariant