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There has been a lot of questions on OR-Exchange about learning data mining and machine learning. Let's collect links to online resources, books and software packages around machine learning and data mining in this thread.

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Talks

Zoubin Ghahramani's video lectures on graphical models

Andrew Ng's lectures

Books:

The Elements of Statistical Learning freely available here

Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning" by Christopher Bishop

Principles and Theory for Data Mining and Machine Learning

Link Directories:

Machine Learning Resources (Thanks to Geoffrey De Smet)

Good Machine Learning Blogs (MetaOptimize)

Machine Learning Resources (Inductio ex Machina)

Updated Machine Learning/Statistics blog list (Machine Learning, etc)

Data Mining Blogs (Data Mining Research)

What are the best blogs about data? (Quora)

What are the best machine learning blogs? (Quora) - Thanks to (Never Read Passively)

NLP

Best resources for NLP(Reddit)

Interesting Resources

Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures

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answered 28 Apr '11, 00:27

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edited 30 Apr '11, 00:30

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edited 28 Apr '11, 08:46

Mark, you can combine these categories together with your original answer. I didn't realize until later that you made your answer open for updates.

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