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How can I create a dataset to refine Whisper AI from old videos with subtitles?
4 projects | /r/OpenAI | 17 Feb 2023
You can try creating your own dataset. Get some audio data that you want, preprocess it, and then create a custom dataset you can use to fine tune. You could use finetuners like these if you want as well.
A Guide to Using OpenTelemetry in Jina for Monitoring and Tracing Applications
6 projects | dev.to | 16 Feb 2023
We derived the dataset by pre-processing the deepfashion dataset using Finetuner. The image label generated by Finetuner is extracted and formatted to produce the text attribute of each product.
[D] Looking for an open source Downloadable model to run on my local device.
2 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 12 Feb 2023
You can either use Hugging Face Transformers as they have a lot of pre-trained models that you can customize. Or Finetuners like this one: which is a toolkit for fine-tuning multiple models.
Improving Search Quality for Non-English Queries with Fine-tuned Multilingual CLIP Models
2 projects | dev.to | 10 Feb 2023
Very recently, a few non-English and multilingual CLIP models have appeared, using various sources of training data. In this article, we’ll evaluate a multilingual CLIP model’s performance in a language other than English, and show how you can improve it even further using Jina AI’s Finetuner.
Classification using prompt or fine tuning?
2 projects | /r/GPT3 | 6 Feb 2023
you can try prompt-based classification or fine-tuning with a Finetuner. Prompts work well for simple tasks but fine-tuning may give better results for complex ones. Althouigh it's going to need more resources, but try both and see what works best for you.
Asking questions about lengthy texts
2 projects | /r/GPT3 | 4 Feb 2023
If you've got a set of Q&A pairs for your 60-page lease or medical paper, you could use finetuners to help answer questions about the text. But if you don't have those pairs, fine-tuning might not be good. Try summarizing the doc or extract the info. And if you're hitting the token limit, try using a bigger model or breaking up the text into smaller pieces.
What are the best Python libraries to learn for beginners?
7 projects | /r/learnpython | 30 Jan 2023
Actually further in applying ML, Finetuner is pretty handy for getting the last mile done which I found useful.
Fine-tuning open source models to emulate ChatGPT for code explanation.
2 projects | /r/learnmachinelearning | 27 Jan 2023
One option I’m considering is using fine tuners like the one from HuggingFace or Jina AI to fine-tune open source models like GPT-J or OPT to improve specific use-cases like code explanation. With the funding that we have, I wouldn’t want to cheap out on fine-tuning and expect something good.
Efficient way to tune a network by changing hyperparameters?
2 projects | /r/deeplearning | 25 Jan 2023
Off the top of my head you can either use Grid Search to test hyperparam combinations, Random Search to randomize hyperparams and Neural search uses ML to optimize hyperparameter tuning. You can use finetuners for this as well.
Seeking advice on improving NLP search results
4 projects | /r/LanguageTechnology | 22 Jan 2023
Back then, I came across some info about a self-supervised sentence embedding system that surpasses Sentence Transformers NLI models, but forgot where it was. You could use Jina’s Finetuner. It lets you boost your pre-trained models' performance, making them ready for production without having to spend a lot of time labeling or buying expensive hardware.
Need help with text alignment
2 projects | /r/DearPyGui | 29 May 2023
If it's just to align text in the centre or to the right of a box, you could use a button and, by using theming, hide the fact that it's a button. https://github.com/hoffstadt/DearPyGui/issues/1111
Which GUI module is better in Python? tkinter or PyQt or kivy?
7 projects | /r/Python | 26 Mar 2023
Personally, i like PyQt or PySide they have basically everything you need to make a proper app or even simple apps, but there is another DearPyGui this is basically python version of imgui the c++ library, it provides some good customization options and can be used for simple or complex projects too, their discord is also very helpful.
2 projects | /r/DearPyGui | 23 Mar 2023
There are some examples in the showcase as well. https://github.com/hoffstadt/DearPyGui/wiki/Dear-PyGui-Showcase
What tools are available to begin building a GUI for python?
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 4 Mar 2023
I was using PyQt5/PySide which will give you a nice native look but I eventually shifted over to DearPyGui for most of my smaller utilities. Its just faster for me. You will get more options and freedom with PyQt/PySide though and can use QT Designer to design your interfaces pretty easily.
Projects you've done
8 projects | /r/Python | 23 Feb 2023
With regard to structuring the files, I watched a few videos on Model-View-Controller and similar approaches for inspiration. I tried to separate the model, view and controller logic for the GUI and audio functionality, although that may not be 100% possible. It is partly dependent on the libraries that you are using, so your approach may vary. You could check out some of the apps in the Dear PyGui showcase gallery to learn how they structured their files. https://github.com/hoffstadt/DearPyGui/wiki/Dear-PyGui-Showcase
Interactive Plots in Python Based Application
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 19 Feb 2023
Dear PyGui is a great GUI for creating interactive charts. You can check out various examples on the showcase gallery.
[Discussion] Python: GUI library that works well with OpenCV?
3 projects | /r/opencv | 9 Feb 2023
What are you guys using for making GUIs nowadays?
12 projects | /r/Python | 26 Jan 2023
DearPyGui, here's the link
tkinter in 2023?
3 projects | /r/Python | 25 Jan 2023
It all depends on your requirements, e.g. license, documentation, appearance, performance, etc. You could also check out other GUI frameworks, such as Dear PyGui.
What python/C# GUI library would be best for my project?
2 projects | /r/AskProgramming | 14 Jan 2023
Your requirements are so basic that it can be done with pretty much any Python GUI library. Each framework will have its own logic, so it's up to you to find a framework that suits you. For example, have a look at applications made with Dear PyGui.
What are some alternatives?
PySimpleGUI - Launched in 2018. It's 2023 and PySimpleGUI is actively developed & supported. Create complex windows simply. Supports tkinter, Qt, WxPython, Remi (in browser). Create GUI applications trivially with a full set of widgets. Multi-Window applications are also simple. 3.4 to 3.11 supported. 325+ Demo programs & Cookbook for rapid start. Extensive docs
kivy - Open source UI framework written in Python, running on Windows, Linux, macOS, Android and iOS
Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI) - .NET MAUI is the .NET Multi-platform App UI, a framework for building native device applications spanning mobile, tablet, and desktop.
imnodes - A small, dependency-free node editor for dear imgui
streamlit - Streamlit — A faster way to build and share data apps.
imgui-node-editor - Node Editor built using Dear ImGui
rich - Rich is a Python library for rich text and beautiful formatting in the terminal.
imgui_markdown - Markdown for Dear ImGui
PySide - ATTENTION: This project is deprecated, please refer to PySide2
implot - Immediate Mode Plotting