My name is Ronald, I'm an embedded engineer living in the netherlands. My interests range from electronics to gaming and from reading to cycling. for my work I write software that helps users test thousands of fibre-optical components every day.
In this blog post we will take a look at binary classification using Keras. We’ll look into installing Keras, understanding your data, defining a model and subsequently testing your model.
This blog post assumes you’ve got the latest version of R installed, which, at the time of writing is either R 3.5.2 or Microsoft R open 3.5.3. it also assumes you have intermediate or better programming skill and a basic understanding of machine learning.
Member of the Solid Optics Development team
Enrolled at the university of applied sciences in Amsterdam
Drop me an email if you’ve got interesting projects, need advice, or are planning to send a manned rocket to mars.