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hettlage (136) [Avatar] Offline
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When running the code for Section 3.7 ("Making it work in Tensorflow") I get various deprecation (and other) warnings.

Also, I wonder whether using Tensorflow is the best option here, or whether scikit-learn might ultimately be the easier choice (assuming it offers a linear classifier)?
Nick Chase (28) [Avatar] Offline
#2
One crazy thing is how fast TensorFlow changes; I've already run into this a few times on revisions. smilie One thing I'm considering is a Docker image so that we're all working with the same version of TensorFlow (after I update all the code for the latest version of course) smilie.

As for TensorFlow vs Scikit Learn, I'm trying to keep us in TF as much as possible just for simplcity's sake, but I'm not averse to taking another look at that decision.

Thanks!

---- Nick