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[๐Ÿ“—Review] Getting started with TensorFlow โญ๏ธโญ๏ธ

Not that good book in general. First, some codes are not working, possibly due to a version incompatibility but also the typos by the auth

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Not that good book in general. First, some codes are not working, possibly due to a version incompatibility but also the typos by the author. The author's English at times does not sound natural for me, either.

Also, there is no reason to use Python 2.7; TensorFlow is compatible with Python 3.x, and I don't like to use

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[๐Ÿ“—Review] Deep Learning with TensorFlow โญ๏ธ

I don't recommend this book. Sometimes I even don't understand the author's English to begin with. I first read the chapter on Recurrent

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I don't recommend this book. Sometimes I even don't understand the author's English to begin with.

I first read the chapter on Recurrent Neural Network but the explanation is pretty limited and it just touches on any concept vaguely. You must investigate how it works, which no longer makes this book valuable as a learning book.

And the author just

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How to change the default browser on Jupyter Notebook?

Open up your Jupyter config file. The default is on ~/.jupyter/ but I put it on Dropbox. Now, edit the config file to reflect the following

Open up your Jupyter config file. The default is on ~/.jupyter/ but I put it on Dropbox.

Now, edit the config file to reflect the following settings (on macOS). If you don't have a config file, you must create it first (jupyter notebook --generate-config).

c.NotebookApp.browser = u'open -a /Applications/Google\ Chrome\ Canary.app %s'

Now, try jupyter notebook and

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How to use a config file in R and Python?

The easiest solution The easiest solution would be just create a config.R (or something like that), and read the file in R. For example her

The easiest solution

The easiest solution would be just create a config.R (or something like that), and read the file in R.

For example here is config.R (replace <- with = in Python):

#file: config.R
user <- "root"
password <- "root"
host <- "localhost"
dbname <- "

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How to access an internal file of a script run by a cron job?

I have failed to access a file that should be accessed in a script run by a cron job. The problem came from the fact that the cron job coul

I have failed to access a file that should be accessed in a script run by a cron job.

The problem came from the fact that the cron job could not access the internal file due to a different path.

So you must make sure to write the file in a program in an absolute path. This is simple in

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