- 4 reviews
- 4 completed
This course was extremely hard and very time consuming. I followed until the end but naturally did not get the minimum points to get the certificate as I did not have the time to study properly. But I'll still do it again once I have a more free agenda. So if you have a busy week, work or college, you better consider if this is the appropriate time. About the course, I think it is a very good opportunity to have a course taught at Stanford level available to everyone. Most of the courses on Coursera are introduction courses and PGM is the kind of course that comes up to defy a avid for challenge student. It has a lot of math and demands many requirements specially from Statistics. One thing I disliked in the course is the lack of more practical examples. Also the strict deadlines.
This course was useful and fun. Professors managed to keep me interested in the lecture. Explanations very clear and the assignments offered a good challenge for real world problems
I had no experience with Machine Learning before. This was my first time in touch with the topic and I'm still impressed by the amount of things I learned and programmed myself just with that course. Prof Andrew is very didactic and knows how to pass the knowledge forward. So far, the best course I took on Coursera
The professor is always very clear, incredibly active in the forum and the course is challenging enough: not too easy that you can just memorize lectures, but also nothing that will frustrate you or make you lose your entire week in one single problem. One of the best courses I took