Hi, the Oreilly book (Deep learning: a practitioner’s approach) provided its examples on Github. Recently I found it unavailable (https://github.com/deeplearning4j/oreilly-book-dl4j-examples).
I know that eclipse also provides examples(GitHub - eclipse/deeplearning4j-examples: Deeplearning4j Examples (DL4J, DL4J Spark, DataVec)), but I want more samples since I am doing experiments. Is there any way I can find the official Oreilly book examples (cuz I need to point out the origin so I need it to be official)?
Thanks for help!
By now the example code would be horribly outdated, so much so that it would be misleading to use them.
The book itself probably needs a second edition, to catch up with the practitioners approach of the current day
Thank you very much for your reply! So do you have any recommendation for the official example repo (besides the eclipse one) that can catch up with the M1 version?
Well, the Eclipse Examples are the official examples. It doesn’t get any more official than that.
But if you have specific questions, you can ask them in this forum, and you will usually get a reasonably quick answer.
All we ask from you when you do ask question, is that you show what you’ve tried so far and that you try to explain what doesn’t work, or what you have trouble understanding.