Series of basic tutorials, to learn WhizzML from scratch. In this first tutorial we will explain where to find WhizzML scripts and how you can use them.
Since the beginning of our civilization, humans have worried about the future. In particular, we worry about predicting the future.
Anomaly detectors are a useful tool for any machine learning practitioner, whether for data cleaning, fraud detection, or as early-warning
In this fifth post about Boosted Trees, we want to adopt the point of view of a user who feels comfortable
Let’s get serious. Sure, you can use WhizzML to fill in missing values or to do some basic data cleaning, but
For new WhizzML developers, WhizzML’s power as a full-blown functional programming language can sometimes obscure the relationship between WhizzML and
(Thanks to Alex Schwarm of dnb.com for bringing to our attention the Pham, Dimov, and Nguyen paper, which is the subject of
This week we completed four in-depth training webinars focused on WhizzML, BigML’s new domain-specific language for automating Machine Learning workflows,
If this is your first time writing in the new WhizzML language, I suggest that you start here with a more simple
I hope you’re as excited as I am to start using WhizzML to automate BigML workflows! (If you don’t know