Flux.jl is Julia's elegant machine learning library, but its API is a little different than Tensorflow or PyTorch. This week on Talk Julia, David and Randy dive into Flux.jl, explore some of the big differences between Flux and Python's machine learning libraries, and offer up some tips and tricks for learning Flux if you're coming to it from another ecosystem.
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- Flux.jl GitHub
- Flux.jl Website
- Quick Overview of Flux.jl
- Randy's Flux notebooks
- Flux <3 NumFOCUS — We are very excited to announce that FluxML is partnering with NumFOCUS as an affiliated project to further the cause of open and reproducible science and growing the adoption of the FluxML ecosystem... This partnership will help us in growing the community, bringing new contributors into the ecosystem, and help us manage the funds from future grants we raise for a number of upcoming projects.