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    Thread: [split] Image recognition technique.
Post: RE: [split] Image recognition technique.

I guess you should first know about basics of Machine learning to do so,or if you just want to make something like this without proper knowledge here are few of resources and all of them may vary.Is s...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 3 660 Sep-22-2020, 07:32 AM
    Thread: [split] Image recognition technique.
Post: RE: [split] Image recognition technique.

I suggest you edit the question with more detail.From what I can understand you want to try out object detection which is not that quite simple.The problem is that you need to detect objects within im...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 3 660 Sep-22-2020, 07:08 AM
    Thread: Image recognition technique.
Post: RE: Image recognition technique.

I have recently done a project that is quite similar to yours.I had pictures of animals in 10 different folders and I classified them into their respective categories(folder name).Note that each folde...
hussainmujtaba News and Discussions 1 788 Sep-22-2020, 06:37 AM
    Thread: factorial, repeating
Post: RE: factorial, repeating

I dont get the question completely but i gues this would helpdef iter_factorial(n): factorial=1 n = input("Enter a number: ") factorial = 1 if int(n) >= 1: for i in range (1...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 4 858 Sep-01-2020, 02:47 PM
    Thread: Deploying to ML Model to web application
Post: RE: Deploying to ML Model to web application

Why don't you use streamlit to make webapps for ML.It is much easier and less complicated.Here is how made a webapp for sentiment analysis(although didn't deploy it).Check out this article too, I gues...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 2 1,093 Aug-31-2020, 07:32 AM
    Thread: Keras.Predict into Dataframe
Post: RE: Keras.Predict into Dataframe

Can't help if the code is not provided.Just take a look at Keras tutorial and see if it helps. P.S: I don't think providing the code is going to mess up the thesis, may be you can provide with a diffe...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 13 3,243 Aug-31-2020, 07:22 AM
    Thread: matplotlib.pyplot issue
Post: RE: matplotlib.pyplot issue

This code works fine for me. I guess you have not used proper quotes import matplotlib.pyplot as plt predicted_stock_price = model.predict(X_test) predicted_stock_price = sc.inverse_transform(predict...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 2 899 Jul-28-2020, 02:40 PM
    Thread: Str problem, not counting
Post: RE: Str problem, not counting

Hy I see you are not storing the input you are getting from the user.Try this count_a = 0 count_b = 0 count_c = 0 char = ['a', 'b', 'c'] choice = '-' for i in range(1, 11): print('Please choose a...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 7 1,030 Jul-28-2020, 01:47 PM
    Thread: How to extract data from paragraph using Machine Learning with python?
Post: RE: How to extract data from paragraph using Machi...

The very first thing you need is data.If you have data or have capability to generate data on your own which can be used for this project.For example It may be dataset containing text in which people ...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 2 1,237 Jul-27-2020, 07:02 AM
    Thread: Variable in for loop
Post: RE: Variable in for loop

I actually get you are tring to do here, but its not possible to do so but alternatively you can use dictionary to do somewhat same.Here is the code names = ["samuel","max","john"] dic_names={} for i,...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 4 1,191 Jul-21-2020, 06:15 AM
    Thread: Using Autoencoder for Data Augmentation of numerical Dataset in Python
Post: RE: Using Autoencoder for Data Augmentation of num...

You should use the loss function 'sparse_categorical_crossentropy' instead of 'binary cross-entropy' as MNIST has more categories than 2. For a guide, you can take look at this article about auto-enco...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 2 1,227 Jul-10-2020, 06:47 AM
    Thread: Pandas DataFrame visual
Post: RE: Pandas DataFrame visual

Try using this code import pandas as pd area = pd.Series({'California': 423967, 'Texas': 695662, 'New York': 141297, 'Florida': 170312, 'Illinois': 149995}) pop = ...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 8 1,386 Jul-10-2020, 06:11 AM
    Thread: Tensorflow cudart64_101.dll could not find dll
Post: RE: Tensorflow cudart64_101.dll could not find dl...

You need to check if these files are present in your PC. Usually these files are present in this directory. C:\Program Files\NVIDIA GPU Computing Toolkit\CUDA\v10.2\bin\ Also, you're supposed to use ...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 1 2,450 Jul-10-2020, 05:42 AM
    Thread: Pandas merge question
Post: RE: Pandas merge question

The code works perfectly with this output Output: eggs months bread 0 1 jan 22 1 7 feb 43 2 44 mar 17 3 76 apr 9 4 23 may 22 5 56 jun 16 6 22 jul 71 7 21 aug 82 8 20 sep ...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 2 3,640 Jul-02-2020, 06:56 PM
    Thread: Installing Pytorch
Post: RE: Installing Pytorch

You can use conda to install it. Here is a code to do this conda install pytorch torchvision cudatoolkit = 10.1 -c pytorchIf this does not work , check out this article to get step by step guide to in...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 4 1,084 Jul-02-2020, 06:44 PM
    Thread: regression line: bug
Post: RE: regression line: bug

how to delete answer
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 2 735 Jul-01-2020, 10:25 AM
    Thread: Rename labels of a bar chart Matplotlib
Post: RE: Rename labels of a bar chart Matplotlib

You need to set the index as these fields as shown below: import pandas as pd import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import seaborn as sns df_interested = pd.read_csv(r'C:\Users\mirza\Downloads\Topic_Survey...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 1 1,886 Jul-01-2020, 01:48 AM
    Thread: Pandas DataFrame Concatenate problems
Post: RE: Pandas DataFrame Concatenate problems

It is better if you provide the data too.You can use the concat() method in pandas to achieve what you are looking to do.Also make sure that the column names are same in both the dataframes.You can al...
hussainmujtaba Data Science 1 802 Jul-01-2020, 01:28 AM
    Thread: how does .join work with list and dictionaries
Post: RE: how does .join work with list and dictionaries

.join() actually is used to join strings.So let us focus on your code.The code exits=[ {'Q':0}, {'W':2,'E':3,'N':5,'S':4,'Q':0}, {'N':5,'Q':0}, {'W':1,'Q':0 }, {'N':1,'W':2,'Q':0}...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 7 1,103 Jun-26-2020, 08:19 AM
    Thread: Assigning Column nunique values to another DataFrame column
Post: RE: Assigning Column nunique values to another Dat...

Hey , I guess you should use group by, if you had provided a sample of dataset, I could have tried it out first, but anyways i guess this should work. df2.groupby('Doc_Set').nunique()Also here is a pa...
hussainmujtaba General Coding Help 1 731 Jun-26-2020, 06:52 AM

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