What if you could create a web app to showcase how well your model performs without going through the holy trinity of HTML/CSS/JS? Want to build a minimalistic yet sleek UI for your data app that doesn’t require weeks of web dev knowledge?
Behold Streamlit, an open-source library, build on Python scripts and customizable widgets that can get a web app up and running for your AI projects in mere hours. Below are the steps + the code to help you ease into Streamlit along with a few Easter eggs :)
First, we install Streamlit (Version 0.70.0 …
We all love Python. It’s easy to write and understand but that doesn’t give us the right to abuse a wonderful language by ignoring the rules and writing code in a non-Pythonic way. Consider this article as the Zen of Python: Extended. Here are 10 ways to write better code in Python:
If you were asked to print all the elements in a list along with their indexes and the first thing that came to your mind was this -
for i in range(len(arr)):
Then you, my friend, are still writing C code. Allow me to introduce you…
First things first, the title isn’t clickbait. I’ll demonstrate step-by-step how you can build your own image classification model using a custom dataset and just 5 lines of logic. To make things interesting, my model is going to classify minions.
The basic layout of this tutorial is going to be -
Before that let’s take a few steps back and know what we’re working with here. Image classification is the process of taking an input (picture) and outputting a class (like ‘dog’). …
In the wee hours of a Sunday morning, members of DSC KIIT were up and getting ready for a cycling event. A 25 km course was laid out by our mentor, Prof. Kumar Devdutta, around the outskirts of Patia, Bhubaneswar.
With safety-gears and a pocket full of determination, members proceeded towards fun and endorphins filled morning as we firmly believe that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
As the wheels turned towards the highway, an icy wind greeted the cyclists. …