Hi, so I download the bloodcell dataset from kaggle - everything was going pretty good untill I hit an error where I just can’t debug.

Essentially, I went back to the lesson1 notebook and checked the shapes of both probs and y np.arrays.
and got:

```
probs.shape
```

(2000, 2)

```
y.shape
(2000,)
```

Then went back to my own bloodcell notebook and did the same:

```
probs.shape
(800, 4)
y.shape
(800,)
```

so all looks good… Although when I run the following in my bloodcell notebook:

```
accuracy(probs, y)
```

I get an error though - is there anything glaring obvious here:

So I did some more digging and it looks like, I’ve found something that could help me, on this forum. Will give it a shot and report back if I’m successful.

Thanks radek for your reply I figure out what it is wrong with that code. I tried to analyse the results/look at the pictures as in lesson1 in order to display: correct/incorrect labels, most correct/incorrect labels and most uncertain labels. Although the log_preds.shape was (482,8) the probs.shape was (482,1) due to the fact that probs = np.exp(log_preds[:,1]) - because it takes only one column from log_preds - since it is a 2 class problem. Then this variable probs is used…