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Are there any resources (either books, articles, or tutorials) that introduce the basics of online machine learning?

For example, this website has nice lecture notes (from lec16) on some of the aspects. Or this book.

I can't seem to find many resources on this. I'm trying to understand the basics, not read research papers.

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Although you don't seem to want to read papers, you should be able to follow the first pages of the following two papers, if you are familiar with the basics of machine learning (ML).

So, after having read these initial pages, you should have an overview of what online learning is. After that, you can dive into the details, if you think that you have the knowledge to understand them. Otherwise, you should probably pick an introductory ML book.

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Duplicate of answer previously posted on DataScience.SE:

On-line learning algorithms trains new data as it arrives. It is often referred to as incremental learning or continuous learning as it trains continuous stream of data incrementally

As requested some resources in the form of books, tutorial, lecture notes, YouTube links, pdf documents along with available packages that support online learning algorithms are mentioned

BOOKS

TUTORIAL

LECTURE

YOU TUBE

PDF

ONLINE LEARNING ALGORITHMS

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  • $\begingroup$ Note that I didn't even know that your answer existed on another site. I didn't even know that this question had also been asked on Data Science. So, I didn't copy from your answer, so I didn't plagiarise you, as you're attempting to demonstrate (with your flagging). In addition to that, you're not the author of those papers. Even if I had read your answer on the other site (which did not happen, again!), my answer is completely different from yours. Plagiarism happens you copy and paste and don't give proper attribution, which is not the case at all. $\endgroup$
    – nbro
    Dec 26 '21 at 19:45
  • $\begingroup$ By the way, you flagged my answer as plagiarism, while, in reality, it seems that you copied and pasted the sentence "It is called online machine learning because the ML programming must be connected to a network that provides a dynamic input stream." from https://www.techopedia.com/definition/32818/online-machine-learning. If you don't edit your answer to give proper attribution to the author of that sentence, this answer, as much as it can be useful, will be deleted, as plagiarism is not allowed here. $\endgroup$
    – nbro
    Dec 26 '21 at 20:05
  • $\begingroup$ In addition to that, you also copied "Vowpal Wabbit provides fast, efficient, and flexible online machine learning techniques for reinforcement learning, supervised learning, and more" from vowpalwabbit.org $\endgroup$
    – nbro
    Dec 26 '21 at 20:15
  • $\begingroup$ This answer was partially copied from sources without attribution, so this is considered plagiarism (which is forbidden and subject to deletion), so I deleted it. To fix that and if you think your answer should be undeleted, remove the copied parts and vote to undelete it. $\endgroup$
    – nbro
    Dec 26 '21 at 20:59

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