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*Note: this “cheat sheet” is more like a machine learning math reference book!*

This cheat sheet contains many classical equations and diagrams on machine learning, which will help you quickly recall knowledge and ideas in machine learning.

This cheat sheet has three significant advantages:

- Strong typed. Compared to programming languages, mathematical formulas are weakly typed. For example, X can

be a set, a random variable, or a matrix. This causes difficulty in understanding the meaning of formulas. In this

cheat sheet, I try my best to standardize symbols used, see section Â§. - More parentheses. In machine learning, authors are prone to omit parentheses, brackets and braces, this usually

causes ambiguity in mathematical formulas. In this cheat sheet, I use parentheses(brackets and braces) at where

they are needed, to make formulas easy to understand. - Less thinking jumps. In many books, authors are prone to omit some steps that are trivial in his option. But it often

makes readers get lost in the middle way of derivation.

Recommended Prerequisites: advanced mathematics, basic understanding of machine learning

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## By Zoro85 May 1, 2017 - 1:14 am

Cheat sheet is quite comprehensive. It would be good to add some examples for each technique from practical application perspective.

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## By NDerzsy May 29, 2017 - 7:12 pm

This is exactly what I was looking for while preparing for job interviews. I had spent several years on working with practical data analysis and modeling, but forgot on the way many mathematical concepts and definitions. So this cheat sheet is great for those data science questions that are so basic that you should know them, yet so theoretical that you forgot them.

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