Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook, TensorFlow and Keras for Deep Learning

Margaret Maynard-Reid
6 min readApr 20, 2018

[Update: you no longer need to install Keras separately since it is part of the core TensorFlow API. “import tensorflow as tf” then use tf.keras in your code. You will notice the strikethrough of any mention of Keras installation in this blog post]

So you want to get started to study deep learning? The first step is to set up the tools. In this post I will share with you how to set up Anaconda and Jupyter Notebook, and then install TensorFlow (including Keras). Check out My Notes on TensorFlow 2.0 if you want to try…