Im trying to replicate the youtube video Creating my own customized celebrities with AI.

Avi Gross avigross at verizon.net
Sun Feb 10 16:28:24 EST 2019


Bob,

>> tenserflow, pygame, scipy, and numby

> All of these are probably installable using pip. By the way did you mean
numpy? 
> At a command prompt type pip install packagename.

While you are correcting the spelling of downloads as the downloader is
quite picky about exact spelling, please mention that the tenser flow should
be tensorflow. I think numby and perhaps tense is how you feel as you read
to the end of the documentation on numpy. 

More seriously, it helps if you have some idea of why these modules get
names. NUMeric PYthon is numpy. Something like SCIentific PYthon is scipy. 

I am not as sure about TensorFlow but suspect the mathematical concept of a
Tensor along with how it improves workflow. Haven't had a need to use it
yet. Neither have I had a need for pygame which seems to be a way to make
games in python.

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To: jadenfigger at gmail.com
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Subject: Re: Im trying to replicate the youtube video Creating my own
customized celebrities with AI.

On Feb 10, 2019 11:40 AM, <jadenfigger at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> The video

I don't see any video here. If you  attached  one the attachment did not
come through.

> gives the source code and the necessary things to download with it. 
> But
I'm new to python and don't understand how to install any of the files. The
files include: Python 3

Which you can download from python.org - just follow the link to downloads.

> pip

is automatically installed when you install python

> tenserflow, pygame, scipy, and numby

All of these are probably installable using pip. By the way did you mean
numpy? At a command prompt type pip install packagename.

I suggest you switch from list at python.org to help at python.org.

Bob Gailer
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