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There’s a plethora of available resources for people wanting to learn about data science and machine learning. YouTube videos, however, take the cake as the greatest source of information that you can access anytime, anywhere – all free of cost.
YouTube is filled with data science enthusiasts and professionals, passionate about teaching and sharing information about the field actively you can subscribe to and start your own journey in data science or brush up your skills.
Here is a list of the best YouTube channels to learn about data science and machine learning from scratch and in-depth at your own pace.
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AIM TV (AIM Media Studios) is Analytics India Magazine’s very own YouTube channel that covers all the latest news and trends in data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning world along with offering in-depth analysis about various topics of the field.
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A maths YouTube channel created by Grant Sanderson, 3Blue1Brown, focuses on teaching complex mathematics with a visual perspective, and is striving towards discovery and inquiry-based mathematical learning, which Sanderson named “inventing maths”.
StatQuest with Josh Starmer
John Starmer’s goal with StatQuest is to break down the major and complex methodologies into easily understandable pieces without dumbing down the material. The channel consists of videos ranging from introduction to in-depth explanation of stats, machine learning, and data science.
Krish Naik is the cofounder of iNeuron, and his YouTube channel covers topics of machine learning, deep learning, and artificial intelligence in real-world scenarios. He has over 10 years of experience in the industry and aims to bring that knowledge to make everyone familiar with machine learning.
The High ROI Data Scientist
Apart from in-depth learning of data science and machine learning, Vin Vashishta’s YouTube channel talks about the return of investment involved in the field. He explains about the skills required for data scientists like leadership, strategy, research, and user-centric AI for high ROI.
With a passion for data science and sports analytics, Ken Jee’s YouTube channel talks about his experience as a data scientist in Fortune 100 organisations. He also has in-depth explainers and tutorial videos about various topics of data science and their projects from scratch.
A pre-med student from University of Toronto, Tina Huang, went to study MS in Computer Science from University of Pennsylvania and since then has been pursuing a career in tech. Her YouTube channel talks about almost every aspect of data science including tips and tricks for cracking interviews.
Alex The Analyst
Alex Freberg’s YouTube channel talks about everything one needs to know about data analysis. His channel includes course suggestions from different websites along with practical explanations for portfolio projects about data science along with basic to advanced tutorials about different tools of data analysis.
Luke Barousse’s most-watched video is about becoming a data analyst without a degree. His channel covers various topics about machine learning and data analysis and giving advice about the courses an enthusiast should take in order to get into the field quickly.
Guy in a Cube
Run by two Microsoft employees, Adam Saxton and Patrick LeBlanc, Guy in a Cube covers the topic of PowerBI and AzureSynapse Analytics. Their experience with both these platforms make the channel a reliable source of information while learning with simple projects.
The Coding Train
A go-to channel for learning about basics of programming languages, algorithmic art, simulation, machine learning, generative poetry, and everything in between, The Coding Train, is hosted by Daniel Shiffman. The channel’s community is focusing on creating beginner-friendly tutorials and projects.
Created by Harrison Kinsley, the founder of PythonProgramming.net, Sentdex is a program that teaches everything about Python programming. With more than a thousand videos about machine learning, robotics, finance, and game development, the channel covers all topics about AI in creative and detailed ways.
The world’s first Quadruple Grant Master on Kaggle, Abhishek Thakur, hosts videos about deep learning, data science, and machine learning. He has also published a code-intensive book, “Approaching (Almost) Any Machine Learning Problem” that is available for free download.