How to use TensorFlow with Container Station?

How to use TensorFlow with Container Station?

How to use TensorFlow with Container Station? 1. About Chainer TensorFlow™ is an open source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs. Nodes in the graph represent mathematical operations, while the graph edges represent the multidimensional data arrays (tensors) communicated between them.   2. Installing TensorFlow in Container Station 1. Assign GPUs to Container Station. a. Go to Control Panel > System > Hardware > Graphics Card. b. Under Resource Use, assign the GPUs to Container Station. c. Click Apply. 2. Open Container Station. 3. Use the correct…

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How to use PyTorch with Container Station?

How to use PyTorch with Container Station?

How to use PyTorch with Container Station? 1. About PyTorch PyTorch is a Python-based scientific computing package for those who want a replacement for NumPy to use the power of GPUs, and a deep learning research platform that provides maximum flexibility and speed.   2. Installing PyTorch in Container Station 1. Assign GPUs to Container Station. a. Go to Control Panel > System > Hardware > Graphics Card. b. Under Resource Use, assign the GPUs to Container Station. c. Click Apply. 2. Open Container Station. 3. Use the correct image…

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Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI

Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI

Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI In this tutorial, you will learn how to use QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI to do object detection doem. Prepare: AWS Account Raspberry Pi USB webcam There are two Scenario: Scenario 1 Camera –> AWS Greengrass IoT device –> AWS Greengrass Core –> QIoT Suite Lite –> QuAI –> AWS Greengrass Core Lambda –> AWS Cloud –> AWS S3 bucket Step 1. Prepare AWS Greengrass Core Go to APP Center > Install AWS Greengrass Setup…

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How to use Jupyter Notebook via JupyterHub

How to use Jupyter Notebook via JupyterHub

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Jupyter Notebook via JupyterHub, and run an example code.   Step 1: Install JupyterHub and open the Notebook server JupyterHub can be installed from the QTS App Center. Launch and log in to JupyterHub. Click the switch from Off to “On” to start the Notebook server. The interface will appear as following: “Running”: Check started instances “Upload”: Upload local files to the server “New”: Open a new Notebook, terminal or folder “Admin”: Switch to the admin page (administrator accounts only) Sign…

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