AWS Certified Machine Learning – Specialty Set 3

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1. What are the programming languages offered in AWS Glue for Spark job types? (Choose 2)
2. You are a ML specialist that has been tasked with setting up a transformation job for 900 TB of data. You have set up several ETL jobs written in Pyspark on AWS Glue to transform your data, but the ETL jobs are taking a very long time to process and it is extremely expensive. What are your other options for processing the data?
3. You are a ML specialist preparing a dataset for a supervised learning problem. You are using the Amazon SageMaker Linear Learner algorithm. You notice the target label attributes are highly imbalanced and multiple feature columns contain missing values. The proportion of missing values across the entire dataset is less than 5%. What should you do to minimize bias due to missing values?
4. You are a ML specialist who has 780 GB of files in a data lake-hosted S3. The metadata about these files is stored in the S3 bucket as well. You need to search through the data lake to get a better understanding of what the data consists of. You will most likely do multiple searches depending on results found throughout your research. Which solution meets the requirements with the LEAST amount of effort?
5. You are a ML specialist who has a Python script using libraries like Boto3, Pandas, NumPy, and sklearn to help transform data that is in S3. On your local machine the data transformation is working as expected. You need to find a way to schedule this job to run periodically and store the transformed data back into S3. What is the best option to use to achieve this?
6. You are a ML specialist who is working within SageMaker analyzing a dataset in a Jupyter notebook. On your local machine you have several open-source Python libraries that you have downloaded from the internet using a typical package manager. You want to download and use these same libraries on your dataset in SageMaker within your Jupyter notebook. What options allow you to use these libraries?
7. Choose the scenarios in which one-hot encoding techniques are NOT a good idea. (Choose 3)
8. We are analyzing the following text { Hello cloud gurus! Keep being awesome! }. We apply lowercase transformation, remove punctuation and n-gram with a sliding window of 3. What are the unique trigrams produced? What are the dimensions of the tf–idf vector/matrix?
9. You are working for an organization that takes different metrics about its customers and classifies them with one of the following statuses: bronze, silver, and gold. Depending on their status they get more/less discounts and are placed as a higher/lower priority for customer support. The algorithm you have chosen expects all numerical inputs. What can be done to handle these status values?
10. You are a ML specialist that has been tasked with setting up an ETL pipeline for your organization. The team already has a EMR cluster that will be used for ETL tasks and needs to be directly integrated with Amazon SageMaker without writing any specific code to connect EMR to SageMaker. Which framework allows you to achieve this?
11. A term frequency–inverse document frequency (tf–idf) matrix using both unigrams and bigrams is built from a text corpus consisting of the following two sentences: { Hello world } and { Hello how are you }. What are the dimensions of the tf–idf vector/matrix?
12. You work for an organization that wants to manage all of the data stores in S3. The organization wants to automate the transformation jobs on the S3 data and maintain a data catalog of the metadata concerning the datasets. The solution that you choose should require the least amount of setup and maintenance. Which solution will allow you to achieve this and achieve its goals?
13. You are a ML specialist preparing some labeled data to help determine whether a given leaf originates from a poisonous plant. The target attribute is poisonous and is classified as 0 or 1. The data that you have been analyzing has the following features: leaf height (cm), leaf length (cm), number of cells (trillions), poisonous (binary). After initial analysis you do not suspect any outliers in any of the attributes. After using the data given to train your model, you are getting extremely skewed results. What technique can you apply to possibly help solve this issue?
14. A ML specialist is working for a bank and trying to determine if credit card transactions are fraudulent or non-fraudulent. The features of the data collected include things like customer name, customer type, transaction amount, length of time as a customer, and transaction type. The transaction type is classified as 'normal' and 'abnormal'. What data preparation action should the ML specialist take?


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