I had a problem with Safari on macOS Mojave, but it worked on chrome with high Sierra (the computer next to that one xD)
of course sir
@jeremy , the flood light is too strong on your face in the video, you’re overexposed
untar_data is in fastai.datasets, can you check which specific version do you have?
I think @jeremy will recommend listening instead of following along during the lectures, so don’t sweat getting the dataset or setup done now.
have you been able to fix it
1.0.2 version Sir
That’s too low. You need 1.0.11
I had 1.0.5 To fix I did:
pip3 install --upgrade fastai
Restart your Jupyter notebook. WFM.
thank you sir
Wow, energy in the room is palatable! How many are taking the course live?
conda update fastai is the preferred method for updating.
Probably should have done this already: Installing the fast.ai library,…
Are we still supposed to use v 0.7.x (as the GitHub page says), or is there some secret version 3 of the library around?
That is if you are using conda though. Some of us aren’t.
it’s based on version 1
You’re supposed to use v1 of fastai, see http://course-v3.fast.ai/index.html
You should follow the tutorial corresponding to the platform you like the most, Jeremy will explain all of this in a minute. But you’ll need the latest version.
You want the nightly updates (v1.0.X)
The 0.7.x was for the older course.
If you want to have the most recent version with all updates, probably it is worth to try install from
master, as it is described on the repo’s page, something like:
$ git clone https://github.com/fastai/fastai repo $ cd repo $ source activate fastai $ pip install -e .