Wiki: Lesson 2

(katherine tk) #212

Really, As a begginer I enjoyed a lot. I trust the naming originates from the possibility that a few pictures you would catch from the side (like taking a photograph of a feline or puppy) versus some you bring top-down, like satellite pictures, or sustenance photographs on instagram. In the side-on case, reasonable information enlargements would flip on a level plane, aside from in the incidental instance of the sidewise or topsy turvy hanging feline/puppy . In best down imaging like with satellites, you can turn and flip the picture toward each path and it could in any case resemble a conceivable preparing picture.



AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'c'

When I run learn = ConvLearner.pretrained(arch, data, precompute=True) on the dog breeds dataset, I get this error.

I’ve followed the instructions on the notebook, pretty much exactly, save for some difference in the way I’ve named some variables. I’ve already attempted to reset the kernel.

Any idea on what I should try?

edit: also attempted a git pull, no luck.