Mahine Learning Engineer ·
Needs advice
on
scikit-learnscikit-learnPythonPython
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KerasKeras

I have decided to learn Machine Learning using Python. But, I don't know which is the best IDE to use (specifically for ML) to get high performance. I have been using #Vscode since the beginning when I started learning Python. But now, I feel it's not suitable for Data Analysis, Representing the Data, Visuilaizing and this kind of stuff. Any Advice?

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software developer at ETIT·
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Jupyter

I think that Jupyter notebook is suitable for your inquiry about data representations and visualizing for Machine learning.

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Ahmed Khaled
Ahmed Khaled
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August 3rd 2021 at 2:02PM

Thank you very much.

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Ahmed essam
Ahmed essam
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August 19th 2021 at 10:18AM

You're welcome ^_^

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Abu Jafor Mohammad Saleh
Abu Jafor Mohammad Saleh
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August 10th 2021 at 11:47AM

You can use Spyder or JupyterLab. Both are userfull for ML.

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I use spyder because of its interactive side, while also allowing for developing a proper program. I usually run snippets of code, see the outputs either in the ipython console or through the powerful "Variable explorer" window. As the code grows, I build them into functions etc. on the program side. I often use F-9 to run a snippet in the program panel, get insight into the objects, drill down as I like. Many people use jupyter notebooks, but for me Spyder is indispensable when I need to build step by step while exploring, experimenting, etc.

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