My work revolves around **statistics** and **linear algebra** with maybe a little bit of **calculus**.

The thing with math is that you remember it only if you **regularly practice** it.

I have some great references which I suggest for timely repetitive referencing.

- Lumen Learning for Basic Math Refresher π
- Nice Blog for refreshing statisics π
- Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists π Use as Reference!
- ML Cheatsheetβ¦Still under construction though π€
- Probability Cheatsheet π
- Statlect online textbook
- Seeing Theory to visualize probability and statistics π΅
- Manga Book for Linear Algebra
- StatQuest by Josh Stramer π
This is hands down the best intro YouTube channel for statistics.

Watch these two playlists:

**Statistics Fundamentals**

**Machine Learning**

- Strang Linear Algebra Notes
- Strang Videos for
**Above**Notes - Linear Algebra Cheat Sheet
- Linear Algebra by 3Blue1Brown π

This video gives a visual intuition of**linear algebra**.

- Calculus by 3Blue1Brown

This video gives a visual intuition of**calculus**.

- Neural Network Backprop by 3Blue1Brown

You can refer textbooks and solve questions to get a better grounding. But for now, having atleast a basic idea of the various concepts will suffice. π€·ββοΈ