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Orianh
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Train deep learning model with numpy arrays.

Hey guys,I'm trying to train deep learning model at ML databricks with numpy arrays as input.For now i organized all the data inside DF- df contains 4 columns : col1,col2,col3,col4col1 and col2 have arrays with shape (1,3,3,3,3), col 3 have array wit...

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Hubert-Dudek
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Maybe you could save some your code. It will be easier to answer and also we could learn deep learning in databricks from your code.

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missyT
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Is there a reason lists don't have a .sum() method?

I do a lot of work with numpy arrays and pytorch tensors, but occasionally throw some native lists around. I naturally want to write <list>.sum(), which would work for these other third-party iterables, but doesn't work for native lists.It'd be very ...

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Hubert-Dudek
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I think reason is that list can contain different type of objects than just integers and floats (so nested lists, string and all possible other kind of objects) so it doesn't make sense to implement .sum method as it would fail in many cases.

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