Tensorflow vs keras

Hi everybody,

I’ve started the course “Introduction to TensorFlow for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning” in coursera. I’d like to know if most of the training is based on keras or tensorflow itself?

I do a phd on Physics informed neural networks and most of the packages seem to be written on pure tensorflow, and has nothing to do with keras. Is this the best place for me to learn tensorflow syntax?


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Hi there

I found the Tensorflow specialisation really valuable. So have fun and enjoy your learning journey!

PINNs are a really interesting and valuable topic!
I can recommend these repos:

Especially with Julia, I had some nice experience when setting up and playing around w/ neural ODEs. Feel free to take a look.

What do you think?

Best regards

Hi buddy, thank you for the reply. I checked the repositories. They will definitely help me with my research, esp the references. Merry Christmas!

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Glad to hear that!

Thanks, you are welcome.
For you, too & all the best for 2023!

By the way: recently @rmwkwok shared an interesting paper which might be interesting for you, too. Feel free to take a look:


In table 1) you can find an overview of SW implemented in Julia, TF, Jax, PyTorch, etc.

Best regards

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Hey physics friend here! Just to say hi! @amiramir


Happy new year to you!

In addition to our chat last year: this thread / video might be interesting for you, @amiramir: Tensorflow or PyTorch - #2 by LauraUstariz

Best regards