In this video, learn how to work with BigQuery for machine learning.
- [Instructor] Another set of interesting features … for BigQuery is the extensions to SQL … to support machine learning. … So, as of this recording, the functionality is in beta, … and it supports linear regression, … binary logistic regression, … and multiclass logistic regression for classification. … Now, last week, at GCP Next, Google announced … that they would be extending the BigQuery ML set … of libraries to include K-Means and to include support … for importing TensorFlow DNN models. … So please consult the documentation … when you actually check out this feature. … There will probably even more types of models available. … So why this is so exciting … in the data warehousing scenario is, … previously, data had to be moved out of a data warehouse … in order for data scientists to work with machine learning, … and the languages they used were generally specific … to their background. … Oftentimes, the R language or maybe some Python extensions … or some other type of data science language. …
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- Enterprise data pipelines
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Skill Level Intermediate
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1. GCP for the Enterprise
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