Jupyter

How to Check Your TensorFlow Version in Colab?

To check your TensorFlow version in your Jupyter Notebook such as Google’s Colab, use the following two commands: import tensorflow as tf This imports the TensorFlow library and stores it in the variable named tf. print(tf.__version__) This prints the installed TensorFlow version number in the format x.y.z. The following code example uses the dunder attribute …

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How to Run TensorFlow in a Jupyter Notebook?

If you are a machine learning practitioner you might have come across the TensorFlow library. TensorFlow is a popular machine learning library and finds its use in a lot of AI and machine learning applications. In this tutorial you will learn How to install TensorFlow in a virtual environment How to activate your environment in …

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How to Create an Interactive Web Application using a Jupyter Notebook

Summary: To create an interactive web application in a Jupyter Notebook, use the three libraries ipywidgets, voila, and binder. This requires only basic Python programming skills without the need to learn a new framework. There are various Python tools available to create web applications and frontend GUIs.  For example, Flask and Django. As useful as …

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