Introducing Knet8: Beginning Deep Learning with 100 Lines of Julia

It has been a year and a half since I wrote the first version of this tutorial and it is time for an update. Knet (pronounced “kay-net”)…

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NY Fed – Forecasting with Julia

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Fast vectorization in Julia

After a lengthy design process and preliminary foundations in Julia 0.5, Julia 0.6 includes new facilities for writing code in the “vectorized” style (familiar from Matlab, Numpy, R, etcetera) while avoiding the overhead that this style of programming...

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