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Dockerfile for deep learning in Python and R
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Docker image for deep learning in Python/R

The image is based on rocker/tidyverse, with continuumio/miniconda3 chained on top. The conda environment is then built using dl_env_linux.yml from Udacity's deep-learning repo. Lastly, the R package rstudio/tensorflow is installed.

Jupyter notebook

To start a Jupyter Notebook:

$ docker run -it -v $PWD:/opt/nb -p 8888:8888 felixleung/tidyverse_dl \
/bin/bash -c "source activate dl && mkdir -p /opt/nb && jupyter notebook --notebook-dir=/opt/nb --ip='' --port=8888 --no-browser"

Then simply follow the prompt.


To start RStudio:

$ docker run -d -p 8787:8787 -v $PWD:/home/rstudio -e ROOT=TRUE felixleung/tidyverse_dl \
/bin/bash -c "source activate dl && /init"

Then in the browser go to http://localhost:8787/ and sign in.

It is necessary to then specify the conda env in R:

use_condaenv("dl", conda = "/opt/conda/envs/dl/bin/conda", required = TRUE)

To verify everything is working:

sess = tf$Session()
hello <- tf$constant('Hello, TensorFlow!')
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