From zero to running the first Machine Learning and Deep Learning projects within hours using scikit-learn, Keras, and TensorFlow
I bought a new Mac. I need to install everything necessary to build the Machine Learning project on my local machine. I could have copied everything from my old Mac using Time Machine. However, I wanted to start from the scratch so that I can document the steps and I can share with all of those who daily job is not coding but who wants to get hands dirty now and then.
I am not a developer. I am a Product Manager. I don’t code daily, but it’s fun to write some code when necessary. At least, I can clone a project locally in my machine.
Check whether there is Python installed by default. Mac comes with default Python version 2.7.0. I will use Anaconda for Python and different packages for Data Science and Machine Learning.
I chose Miniconda because I don’t need all the packages right away. I can install those packages in the virtual environments I create on the need basis. I like to isolate dependent packages for different types.
After you install Jupyter Notebook, you can follow this notebook to install and check all those packages.
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