Ok. I made a decision earlier today about beginning a journey to present some baseball statistics within Jupyter notebooks on GitHub. Yeah — I know it sounds like a fun and fantastic journey. One of the things I realized yesterday was that notes can remind you of the connectedness of major writing projects. They can be points of reference and thoughts on directions and the overall journey. These details help introduce things at a layer deeper than the obvious. That pretty much means you should start to get ready for 30 days of solid Tensorflow posts on GitHub related to baseball.
- Installed Anaconda 2019.07 for Windows
- Opened up Anaconda Navigator from Windows menu
- Selected jupyter notebook 6.0.0
- Things were up and running… this took about 5 minutes