Learn To Predict Breast Cancer Using Machine Learning
- Basics of Python
- Some high school mathematics level.
- Some programming experience
Here you will learn to build three models that are Logistic regression model, the Decision Tree model, and Random Forest Classifier model using Scikit-learn to classify breast cancer as either Malignant or Benign.
We will use the Breast Cancer Wisconsin (Diagnostic) Data Set from Kaggle.
You should be familiar with the Python Programming language and you should have a theoretical understanding of the three algorithms that is Logistic regression model, Decision Tree model, and Random Forest Classifier model.
In this course you will be taught through these steps:
Section 1: Loading Dataset
Introduction and Import Libraries
Download Dataset directly from Kaggle
2nd Way To Load Data To Colab
Section 2: EDA - Exploratory Data Analysis
Checking The Total Number Of Rows And Columns
Checking The Columns And Their Corresponding Data Types (Along With Finding Whether They Contain Null Values Or Not)
2nd Way To Check For Null Values
Dropping The Column With All Missing Values
Section 3: Visualization
Display A Count Of Malignant (M) Or Benign (B) Cells
Visualizing The Counts Of Both Cells
Perform LabelEncoding - Encode The 'diagnosis' Column Or Categorical Data Values
Pair Plot - Plot Pairwise Relationships In A Dataset
Get The Correlation Of The Columns -> How One Column Can Influence The Other Visualizing The Correlation
Section 4: Dataset Manipulation on ML Algorithms
Split the data into Independent and Dependent sets to perform Feature Scaling
Scaling The Dataset - Feature Scaling
Section 5: Create Function For Three Different Models
Building Logistic Regression Classifier
Building Decision Tree Classifier
Building Random Forest Classifier
Section 6: Evaluate the performance of the model
Printing Accuracy Of Each Model On The Training Dataset
Model Accuracy On Confusion Matrix
2nd Way To Get Metrics
By the end of this project, you will be able to build three classifiers to classify cancerous and noncancerous patients. You will also be able to set up and work with the Google colab environment. Additionally, you will also be able to clean and prepare data for analysis.
Who this course is for:
- Interested in the field of Machine Learning? Then this course is for you!
- This course had been designed to be your guide to learning how to use the power of Python to analyze data, create some good beautiful visualization for better understanding and use some powerful machine learning algorithms.
- This course will also give you a hands-on walk through step-by-step into the world of machine learning and how amazing it is to make prediction on some serious real-life problems. This course will not only help you develop new skills and improve your understanding but also grow confidence in you.
I am a college student, currently surviving the pandemic. Shutting myself at home put me at ease with the amount of time I could give to learn all that I wanted.
I started young; from writing small iterative programs drawing patterns to creating games, web applications, and crafting machine learning algorithms.
My stronghold is on - Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Game Development.
We all have 'that' starting point, mine was when my fully developed zombie ran hopelessly to all the designated points to kill the player. It could never end there! There is so much more to the virtual world than what meets the eye. One could only dive deeper!
Apart from that, I indulge myself in reading books of various kinds, painting, playing around with my pet dogs, and listening to thriller podcasts and there is COD.