How to install mxnet on Windows?

User 5222 | 5/26/2016, 7:57:10 AM

Dear all, especially @Bing I just figured out MXNet is a toolbox by Dato, specifically for deep learning But when I open the terminal on Dato launcher, and type: pip install mxnet The command line complained that it couldn't find mxnet, though after downloading part of the package I'm tinkering around with Graphlab trying to reproduce convnets used by researchers to achieve the state of the art in Traffic sign recognition If Dato can't make it, I'm thinking about integrating mxnet. Or Lasagne, who knows.

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User 5159 | 5/26/2016, 7:33:30 PM

@tunggo You are welcome. MXNet is not present in PIP. You can install windows GLC and import MXNet from GLC.


User 5222 | 5/27/2016, 5:11:13 AM

I think you're talking about Graphlab Canvas, by GLC, @Bing


User 5222 | 5/27/2016, 10:51:20 AM

I see you were talking about Graphlab Create. Sure I've had it since September last year. But when I try to import mxnet from graphlab, it complains: ImportError: cannot import name mxnet


User 5222 | 5/27/2016, 4:28:08 PM

Got it after upgrading Graphlab Create Thank you, @Bing !