Part 2 Lesson 8 wiki

(Jeremy Howard (Admin)) #121

Heh - I had no idea! Thanks for teaching me something new today :slight_smile:

(Jeremy Howard (Admin)) #122

Please don’t tag me unless I’m the only person that can answer your question (which isn’t the case here).

(Jeremy Howard (Admin)) #123

Thanks! Would be useful to paste that into the wiki post at the top if you have a chance.

(Emil) #124

Maybe this was mentioned in a lecture and I’ve missed it, but if you want to drop into pdb automatically every time an exception occurs, execute %pdb on (that is, you won’t need to execute %debug to drop into the debugger).

(Evgeny Sushko) #125


(Sneha Nagpaul) #126

Guess they made it up there already.

(Aseem Bansal) #128

Maybe create a separate thread for the problem? I am probably not going to run the code myself today. But if this problem remains in this thread it might get missed by others given the high volume in the thread.

(harsh sharma) #129

We have used a modified renet 34 for this task. No specific segmentation architectures are used till now. I think.

(Suvash Thapaliya) #130

I noticed this too, and put it on my ‘check/ask it later’ list. Maybe @jeremy can chime on this one.

(nczx98w3.nsaonw3) #131

I thought pytorch + CUDA only worked in Linux or OSX because they dont have a Windows…

(harsh sharma) #132

You could also try running docker on Windows and using Ubuntu then. However, i still don’t think it allows CUDA to be used on Windows.

(ecdrid) #133

Check out peterjc123 channel of PyTorch on Anaconda for Windows

(Vikas Bahirwani) #134

soumith channel? References please.

(Robert Aduviri) #135

I installed PyTorch on Windows following this reddit post. The anaconda cloud package is this one.

(James Requa) #136

Personally, I have used Rectlabel and it works quite well!

(Davide Boschetto) #138

Sure thing, sorry. My tag was mainly for the vice versa thing :smiley:

(Sarada Lee) #140

Package Manager should be from Source (not conda).

(Suvash Thapaliya) #143

This seems to be some python error on your end. The open_image function is expecting a string as can be seen in the notebook. If you’re following the notebook, clearly you’ve missed a step somewhere.


Just take a bit of your time, and try debugging on your own. Jeremy provided a lot of tips on how to do this yesterday. Might just be the case of pulling the string out from that dict, but this is something you need to figure out on your own.

(Jeremy Howard (Admin)) #144

Try removing it, and let us know what you find!

(Jeremy Howard (Admin)) #145

No apologies required - everyone has there own preferences around at-mentions, so I’m just letting you know mine :slight_smile: