A blog post covering it http://gigasquidsoftware.com/blog/2016/12/27/deep-learning-in-clojure-with-cortex/
Get the datasets from the above Kaggle Site. Download the
test.zip to the resources directory and unzip them.
This example has been recently updated to cortex's master version, so to run it you will need to clone the cortex project and run the local-install script .
You will also need to compile the front end assets to see the web interface confusion matrix:
lein garden once lein cljsbuild once
lein run to train
You will see output about building the image sets, then you will see figwheel starting and compiling some ClojureScript files. This is for the confusion matrix visualization. After you see
Successfully compiled, go ahead and open a web page at http://localhost:8091/. This will load the confusion matrix visualization.
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