Re: Training a neural net (or other classifier) across StarCluster
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The advantage of StarCluster is the ability to run things in parallel. In
the case of a Neural Net work you can have better/faster cross validation
by training a different Neural nets on different nodes.
I know that there are Python Neural net libraries in the Python Scientific
distributions. If you choose an AMI with a scientific Python distribution
installed then this simplifies installations. I am note sure about AMIs
with R, yet I am using an Anaconda AMI which has many scientific python
libraries installed in it.
I hope you find this of help.
On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 1:59 PM, Alessandro Gagliardi <
> I would like to train a neural net (or similar classifier) to predict
> one probabilistic value from 9 principal components. When I do it in R
> (using nnet) it caps at a few hundred observations, but that seems too
> small a sample when I have over 40k cases. I know that the space of machine
> learning algorithms (distributed and otherwise) is vast and so was
> wondering if there was something that the StarCluster community might
> recommend. (Ideally it would be something that I could set up on
> StarCluster with minimal difficulty.)
> Thanks in advance,
> -Alessandro Gagliardi
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