- Laptop running Linux / OSX / Windows operating system
- Minimum 4GB of RAM
- Laptop charger
We will be using Python 3.5 version for the exercise. Users should install the Anaconda distribution from Continuum - https://www.continuum.io/downloads.
Please note that installing Anaconda is the recommended option for the workshop.
Post Anaconda Installation
keras using the following command
$ pip install keras
tensorflow using the instructions given here
Please note that installing
tensorflow on Windows is not straight forward. Attendees running Windows will be using
theano as the back-end for
theano comes with Anaconda.
Content for the workshop
All tutorial content can be obtained from this repository either with
git, or by downloading the repository content as a zip file. If you use git, you can clone this repostory:
git clone https://github.com/rouseguy/scipyUS2016_dl-image.git
or, download and unzip the zipfile.
To test your installation, change to the tutorial directory, and run:
$ python check_env.py
If the required packages are present, you will see the message:
$ OK. All required items installed.
If you see message to install particular package(s), please install them using the command:
$ conda install <package name>
$ pip install <package name>