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Building and Training Basic Neural Networks

The Wolfram Language neural network framework provides symbolic building blocks to build, train and tune a network, as well as automatically process input and output using encoders and decoders. Learn how to do this in steps, along with examples of logistic regression and basic image recognition.

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In this first webinar of the three-part Machine Learning webinar series, learn how to use the built-in neural net framework and build a net model from scratch, as well as ...
In the second webinar in the Machine Learning webinar series, learn to apply neural network concepts to processing and analyzing images and learn about some real-world applications of neural networks ...
In the third webinar in the Machine Learning webinar series, learn to use machine learning for audio analysis with some real-world applications of neural net models. Also featured is a ...
Mili Vishwakarma
Learn about the key features of DatabaseLink, how it works and how to set up and configure connections.
Mili Vishwakarma
In this second video of the three-part DatabaseLink tutorial, you'll learn about querying the database, using descriptive and data commands, mapping data types between the Wolfram Language and SQL and ...
Mili Vishwakarma
In this third and final video of the DatabaseLink tutorial, you'll learn how to work with result sets, use batch operations for large amounts of data and use DatabaseLink with ...
Sebastian Bodenstein
This presentation provides an introduction to the noSQL database operations available with MongoLink, a high-performance Wolfram Language link to the MongoDB C driver.
In this first webinar of the three-part Data Science webinar series, you'll learn about Wolfram's multiparadigm approach to data science and see a demonstration of setting up a real-world data ...
In the second webinar in the three-part Data Science webinar series, you'll see examples of using computation with data that go beyond traditional statistical methods and how to get started ...
Aprenda de manos de nuestros expertos la múltiples aplicaciones en la enseñanza y la investigación de SystemModeler, nuestra plataforma basada en Modelica para el modelado, simulación y análisis de sistemas. Su sistema drag-and-drop ...
John Fultz
John Fultz introduces Wolfram Notebooks, discusses patterns for using notebooks and gives tips for power users, including new features in Mathematica and Wolfram Language 11.3.
This video gives an overview of system modeling and how to make use of the simulation engine and built-in models that are integrated in Wolfram Language 11.3. The Wolfram SystemModeler Model ...
This video discusses different types of system models, their properties and how to explore simulation using the Wolfram Language function SystemModelPlot.
This video teaches you how to use simulation data objects to customize visualizations and better understand your models. The Wolfram Language function SystemModelParametricSimulate is shown to be useful for model ...
This video shows how to use the Wolfram Language to modify existing models, add data input to your models, connect model components and programmatically build and extend models.
Andy Hunt
In this video, Andy Hunt demonstrates how to use Wolfram Presenter Tools, the integrated presentation toolkit for Mathematica 11.3. Discover how easy it is to create presentation notebooks using different themes, ...
Chris Carlson
Take a tour of Wolfram documentation with Chris Carlson and see the new workflows available in Mathematica and Wolfram Language 11.3.
Jerome Louradour
Discover the deep learning and natural language processing capabilities of FindTextualAnswer, a new function available in Mathematica and Wolfram Language 11.3. You will learn the scope of this function, some practical ...
Christian Pasquel
This video gives an overview of experimental blockchain functionality available in Mathematica and Wolfram Language 11.3. Learn about supported blockchains, how to extract data from them and how to interact with ...
Bob Sandheinrich
Wolfram Repositories typically have websites, functions for integrating with the Wolfram Language and repository-specific metadata. In this presentation, Bob Sandheinrich, Software Engineer at Wolfram Research, shows current repositories such as ...