I am trying to complete the assignment for C2W3. I am at Exercise 2, starting the ExampleGen.
Unfortunately, I get an error stating:
RuntimeError: Files in same split ./data/training/fselect/* have different header.
This happens even if I try running the commented code in the cell above, which should fix this error. I also tried running the code to reset the folders “from scratch”, to no avail.
Could you please point me in the right direction?
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I can’t seem to reproduce this in the the coursera lab environment. That said, have you tried running 1 cell above that contains this note? Don’t forget to uncomment the right lines before running the cell.
# # NOTE: Uncomment and run this if you get an error saying there are different
# # headers in the dataset. This is usually because of the notebook checkpoints saved in
# # that folder.
I did and unfortunately it does not seem to fix the issue… I tried restarting everything, resetting the notebook, changing directory path, but I still get the error.
Do you know if there is any way to fix it?
I’ve notified the staff. Someone should get in touch with you.
One last try: Refreshing a workspace doesn’t replace files. That’s why you’re asked to rename / delete a file to get a fresh copy. Please do the following:
- Remove all files in your workspace
- Help > Get latest version
- Help > Reboot server
- Attempt lab
If that doesn’t work, see if coursera help center can get you out of this.
Thank you!!! It seems to be working now
I am stuck on the last exercise, no matter how I change the code I get error after error…
Could you please help me? I can’t figure out how to fix this error. I even looked here C2W3 exercise 12, which seems to be the same issue, but can’t understand.
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thanks in advance
Please don’t post code in public. It’s okay to share stacktrace though. You can message code to a mentor.
get_events_by_execution_ids expects and
Iterator[int]. The variable
execution_id is a set containing integers. Why do you need to wrap it in a list when calling this method?
Thank you!!! Stupid mistake on my end