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Courses or lectures or books on machine learning or AI in general that have a lot of theoretical and practical mathematics but also practical coding

I'm looking for deep learning, or machine learning more generally, or artificial intelligence more generally, courses or lectures or books, that have a lot of theoretical and practical mathematics but ...
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problems trying to install PIP

Ugh I'm so frustrated. I'm trying to install pip for vscode so I can get py-solc-x. I downloaded python (it shows that I'm on python 3.10.12 when i run python --version). But when I run install ...
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Very basic python question [closed]

I am doing the free interactive learn python tutorial, and I am on the first conditions lesson. The task was to make it so that every statement in the following code resolved true. The code below was ...
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How can I perform an analysis of the NHIS imputed income variables?

I have downloaded five family income variables from https://nhis.ipums.org/nhis-action/variables/group?id=economic_income (INCPPOINT1, INCPPOINT2, INCPPOINT3, INCPPOINT4, INCPPOINT5) for they years ...
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Derive Keras Cosine Restarts Scheduler Formula from Source Code

I used Keras implementation of the cosine restarts algorithm. I need to know the exact formula of the algorithm for my LaTeX manuscript. The documentation is here. The implementation differs (in terms ...
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Why there is so few research on neural code of artificial neural networks and are there alternatives to the neural code approach?

I feel that the neural code/neural coding (how neurons or biases enode the symbolic concepts of the chains of concepts, e.g. each feature is chain of symbolic functions and their parameters) is the ...
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Any transformer model (NLP) for code classification?

Does any Transformer (NLP) that is suitable for code classification tasks exist? For example, I have a lot of source codes of various categories (driver, game, email client, etc.). I want to ...
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subtracting from multiple rows in a cvs file in python [closed]

I am trying to figure out how to subtract a set amount from a row if it goes over a value. For example, if I have a list of library accounts and I need to write a function whereby if an individual ...
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About the Licence of Shared Codes on the Kaggle Site [closed]

I have one job offer and there are many codes on the Kaggle site based of that job offer which could be used for the company usage like the result of this google search, and Salomon Tetelepta codes: ...
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Unexpectedly long computation times with nested cross validation

Hello StackExchange community, I am trying to apply Nested Cross Validation on a pipeline to get a reliable estimate of the generalization error of my model. The pipeline includes two steps: Scaling ...
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Weird train and validation curves

I would like to train a GCN for protien-ligand binding affinity regression. I use GCNConv from pytorch geometric, ReLU for all activations and Dropout (0.2) after 2 dense layers each. Using ReLU for ...
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Example of Reverse KL Divergence in Supervised Learning

It is of common knowledge that Supervised Learning uses forward KL divergence. However, I would like to use Reverse KL Divergence and am looking for examples of similar usage in literature. Most ...
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Random Forest command in R for selected variables

All I can find online is how a random forest is run on all variables in a dataset using the period: ...
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How to make a dataframe with lists or vectors as its elements

This is something that I have been wondering for ages but have never been able to get an answer on. I am trying to understand how to make a dataframe in R, where each element of the dataframe is ...
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How can I specify I want output of which units in LSTM?

I see this code concept(with Keras library) in most code examples of LSTM: model.add(LSTM(X)) model.add(Dense(Y)) But I don't ...
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Site for implementing a research papers without code

Before a couple of months, I found a web page for implementing papers which are published without code. Someone posts a paper on it and then community competes to implement that paper. But I don't ...
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Extracting the code from Keras

Suppose I write a program in Keras for MNIST data set. I used TensorFlow as my backend in Keras. Is it possible in any way that I can extract the backend code used for TensorFlow that has been used by ...
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