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I ran this project of HTML on Windows7, but output with ' <li><a <li><a <li>.....' #21

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finallylly opened this Issue Feb 1, 2018 · 4 comments

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finallylly commented Feb 1, 2018

Environment:

  • Anaconda3-5.0.1-Windows-x86_64
  • Python 3.5.4

What's the problem?

Screenshot-to-code-in-Keras/local/HTML/HTML.ipynb

fireshot capture 2 - html_ - http___localhost_8888_notebooks_des

@finallylly finallylly changed the title I ran this project on Windows7, but output with ' <li><a <li><a <li>.....' I ran this project of HTML on Windows7, but output with ' <li><a <li><a <li>.....' Feb 1, 2018

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ShiFangjun commented Feb 3, 2018

Use floydhub\HTML\HTML_preloaded_weights.ipynb and download org-weights-epoch-0900---loss-0.0000.hdf5

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emilwallner commented Feb 3, 2018

You can either use the preloaded weights like @ShiFangjun suggested, or train it until the Loss value reaches 0.0001 .

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finallylly commented Feb 4, 2018

I follow the steps as @ShiFangjun suggested, and then it works.

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akshayvijayan commented Jan 27, 2019

Use floydhub\HTML\HTML_preloaded_weights.ipynb and download org-weights-epoch-0900---loss-0.0000.hdf5

Remenber to change the path.

Still not working. Showing the following error:
ValueError: You are trying to load a weight file containing 8 layers into a model with 448 layers.
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