Day: June 4, 2020

TensorFlow 2.2.0 released – Check new features and improvements coming with TensorFlow 2.2.0
TensorFlow

TensorFlow 2.2.0 Released – Check Out the New Features and Improvements

TensorFlow gets a new release. Here’s a great round up of the new features and improvements. Google just release TensorFlow 2.2.0 with many news features and improvements, the new Profiler for TensorFlow 2 for CPU/GPU/TPU. TensorFlow 2.2.0 is dropping the support for Python 2, which is already passed end of life in January 2020. There […]

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Residual Networks (ResNet) – Deep Learning
Deep Learning

Residual Networks (ResNet) – Deep Learning

After the first CNN-based architecture (AlexNet) that win the ImageNet 2012 competition, every subsequent winning architecture uses more layers in a deep neural network to reduce the error rate. This works for less number of layers, but when we increase the number of layers, there is a common problem in deep learning associated with that […]

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A COVID19 Story with Azure Databricks
Covid Pandemic Databricks

A COVID19 Story with Azure Databricks

A colleague of mine, Ayman El-Ghazali, worked through data from the state of Maryland. Code is available on GitHub. I chose not source my data directly from Maryland’s State Government site because the format was not easy to use. The official Maryland Government provided data basically has each day as a column and had the rows […]

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Data Visualization Microsoft

Plotting Graphs in C# with XPlot and Jupyter

Jon Wood shows us how to use XPlot in C# within a Jupyter Notebook to create some graphs on your data. Notebook with the code from the video.

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