These are the pages that received the most unique pageviews ever, as of January 2017. Unique pageviews is the number of visits during which the specified page was viewed at least once. The order is basically the same as when counting pageviews, or hits. The numbers in parens show positions in the previous ranking from 2015.
- Converting categorical data into numbers with Pandas and Scikit-learn (new)
- Deep learning made easy (1)
- How to run external programs from Python and capture their output (new)
- Running things on a GPU (2)
- Bayesian machine learning (new)
- Torch vs Theano (new)
- PyBrain - a simple neural networks library in Python (5)
- Math for machine learning (9)
- Machine learning courses online (8)
- What you wanted to know about AUC (new)
Somewhat surprisingly, the nuts-and-bolts article about handling categorical data received the most views. The third position has similar nature. Fifth is Bayesian machine learning, a big hit in 2016.
Overall, in 2016 the site had:
- 288k unique visitors (up from 228 in 2015, 142 in 2014)
- 429k visits/sessions (up from 357 in 2015, 250 in 2014)
- 748k page views (up from 645 in 2015, 474 in 2014)