Best Machine Learning Books for Beginners

Learning Machine Learning(ML) from books is a thorough process, but it’s a long journey and interesting. You have to understand the author’s goal, moreover, you have to adopt the idea behind the book. But some ML books are not always cheap, they are really expensive. Here I have listed some free books and paid books as well, let’s have a look!

Disclaimer

In short none of the team members of Tec4Tric has written any of these books. In addition, Tec4Tric does not disrespect any of the books’ authors and their work. Meanwhile, all the books are available on Google. So, we have downloaded them[applicable only on the Free Books] and shared them with the needy students.

But, still, if you think, we are doing it wrong, please contact the team, we will take down the book(s)[applicable only on the Free Books].

What is Machine Learning?

if you don’t know what is Machine Learning all about, please read this article – Introduction to Machine Learning, Step by Step Guide.

Machine Learning Books

So, in this blog post, I have listed some of the famous books on Machine Learning and you can download them for free or purchase them online.

Understanding Machine Learning: From Theory to Algorithms

This book is written By Shai Shalev-Shwartz and, Shai Ben-David and this is the free one. Click the below button to download this awesome book.

Python Machine Learning: 3rd edition

Sebastian Raschka and Vahid Mirjalili have written this very much handy book. In addition, I really love this book, you may buy this from the below link.

Machine Learning with R

If you are using R and want to learn Machine Learning, then this is the book you must read. Buy this from the below link.

Introduction to Machine Learning with Python

Here is a beginner level book on Machine Learning using Python. So, it should be in your must read list.

Machine Learning Yearning

Do you the man behind leading the AI in the world? He is Andrew NG, the co-founder of Coursera. On the other hand, he has written a book, named Machine Learning Yearning, read it straight from the below button.

Machine Learning

I started learning Machine Learning with this book. After that, I fell in love with this book. Tom M. Mitchell has written this awesome book. So, Give it a read.

Deep Learning

Do you know how to create fake images with Generative adversarial networks? In addition, the inventor behind this mind-blowing concept and one of the authors is Ian Goodfellow. This book is available for free online so, click the below button to start learning Deep Learning.

Best Machine Learning Courses

I have listed all the Best Machine Learning courses in another blog post. So, don’t forget to check that out.

Conclusion

It is a very good process to learn Machine Learning from books, but do not buy older books. Keep yourself updated with machine learning books and courses and most importantly some machine learning blogs.

If I missed any books, please comment down below. I will definitely try to add those. This is all I have right now.

Sayan De

Sayan De has a B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering degree and currently pursuing his M.Tech in CSE. His interest area of work is Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Deep NLP, Computer Vision, Data Science, Linux, and a little bit of Website Development.

5 thoughts on “Best Machine Learning Books for Beginners

  • October 2, 2019 at 5:08 AM
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    Dear sir,I have first time admission in Artificial intelligence course,I have simple FA,my English weak, please guide and help me, please share me books what better for me please Basic books send or guide me I will always pray for you and your family,,my email [email protected] , WhatsApp number 03465948215

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  • October 2, 2019 at 10:32 AM
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    Dear sir,

    As A researcher I want work on artificial intelligence.
    Can you kindly send me the soft copies of these book .

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    • October 3, 2019 at 6:14 AM
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      You can download the Soft copies of these books by just clicking on the images.

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  • October 30, 2019 at 3:09 AM
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    I am currently working with SAS and I do not have any books to work with. Can you please send me some SAS books?

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