Principal Component Analysis in Python and MATLAB
- Python Programming
- MATLAB Programming
- Basics of Data Analysis
Principal Component Analysis (PCA) is an unsupervised learning algorithms and it is mainly used for dimensionality reduction, lossy data compression and feature extraction. It is the mostly used unsupervised learning algorithm in the field of Machine Learning.
In this video tutorial, after reviewing the theoretical foundations of Principal Component Analysis (PCA), this method is implemented step-by-step in Python and MATLAB. Also, PCA is performed on Iris Dataset and images of hand-written numerical digits, using Scikit-Learn (Python library for Machine Learning) and Statistics Toolbox of MATLAB. Also the projects files are available to download at the end of this post.
- Data Scientists and Analysts
- Computer Science and Engineering Students
- Anyone interested in Data Science
- Mathematics Behind PCA – Part 1
- Mathematics Behind PCA – Part 2
- Basic PCA Implementation in Python
- Applying PCA to Iris Dataset Using Sciket-Learn and Python
- Applying PCA to Handwritten Digits Dataset in Python
- Basic PCA Implementation in MATLAB
- Applying PCA to Iris Dataset Using Statistics Toolbox of MATLAB
- Applying PCA to Handwritten Digits Dataset in MATLAB
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Mostapha Kalami Heris was born in 1983, in Heris, Iran. He received B.S. from Tabriz University in 2006, M.S. from Ferdowsi University of Mashad in 2008, and PhD from Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology in 2013, all in Control and Systems Engineering.
Dr. Kalami is also co-founder of, executive officer of, and an instructor in FaraDars, an online education organization located in Iran. Also, he is a member of Yarpiz Team, which is provider of academic source codes and tutorials. He is mostly interested in the computer programming, machine learning, artificial intelligence, meta-heuristics and control engineering topics.