I'm unable to install any good neural network libraries (Python)
I tried installing Tensorflow, but I have Python 3.7.7 so it won't install. I tried torch, but it gave an unknown error. I tried Keras, but you need Tensorflow apparently. I tried neurolab, but there is ZERO tutorials on it. I swear every library I install won't work. Does anyone have any popular, reliable neural network libraries for Python? One that has decent tutorials and support. I am really stuck. edit: Please give me a straight answer and not dodge the question. Thanks. edit2: Once again, answer the question! 11 answers but none of them actually did what I asked!
7/12/2020 8:04:23 PMClueless Coder
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Clueless Coder M not judging! I don't think the normal command prompt is used to install python libraries in IDEs except the normal IDLE. Like in pycharm you have to use command prompt of anaconda, in order to install libs.
Namit Jain I've installed libraries before. I've got Pygame, Numpy, Pqt5 etc. Thonny has a built in package manager with a quick install. It works 99% of the time
Namit Jain I'll think about it. Pycharm has never worked and I've watched every tutorial on the planet. About my original question, do you know any neural network libraries? Also, there wasn't a link :/
In your python IDE? Which IDE are you using?
Clueless Coder Here's the link for the video that will help you install tensorflow and keras in the pycharm ide
Namit Jain Pycharm doesn't work for me. None of them do. Python has been a real pain on my computer, Thonny has it pre-installed so it is basically the only program I can use properly.
Clueless Coder This video tells the complete process of installing pycharm and creating environment and installation of modules! Check it! Just follow his instructions and you will be successful! And pls check for the minor things too
Clueless Coder No😢 Not yet started with ml still doing ds
Atm I do the AI Course at SL. I try do built a code, which do supervisored, logical regression. I dont know whats your destiny. I would use so far: Numpy For statistical calculations: mean, median, percentile, std, var. Pandas Read, describe and manipulate data. create dataframes. Prepare data for modeling with sklearn Matplotlib To scatter the datafragments, done with Pandas Sklearn Modeling, build a Logistic Regression Model, Predictions, scoreing, Breast Cancer Dataset, Confusion Matrix I have not finished the project, so I cant say, if you need tensor flow in every case. Numpy, Pandas and Matplotlib are not a problem, I guess. Are you able to get sklearn? Did you do the AI course on SL? In the course this moduls are introduced. If you start to proceed your data into datafragments with pandas, I would create a venv (virtual environment) and install the requirements into this to avoid conflicts of libraries. See: Installing packages using pip and virtual environments Installing packages using pi
You can also try Pytorch which is yet another machine learning library, backed by Facebook. Install instructions also here (select platform, package manager and version) https://pytorch.org/
Namit Jain Don't judge. Thonny.
Sven_m Thank you! Best answer so far! Yes I do have access to Sklearn, Numpy and Matplotlib. I'll also be looking in to Theano as I saw elsewhere.
python version shouldn't be a problem for installing tensorflow but it is only available in 64 bit. Are you trying to install on a 32 bit operating system.
Check this url that has instruction how to install Tensorflow. As Alan Beveridge pointed out, it is supported for 64bit operaring systems only. If you have 32bit, you can still try it in Google Colab, an online virtualized environment for ML. Follow same link. https://www.tensorflow.org/install
What is your platform (Windows, Ubuntu etc. ) and what is your "unknown error" when installing torch?
李立威 Windows. The error says: "return error code 1". Do you have any libraries like I asked?
You could install scikit library......