Join Jonathan Fernandes for an in-depth discussion in this video Install Python and Anaconda, part of Introduction to Deep Learning with OpenCV.
- [Instructor] We're going to be working with CV Version four. The first thing that we need to do is to install Anaconda. So head over to the Anaconda website, and select download, and install the version appropriate to your platform. So I select download, I select download again. So I'm going to head over to windows, install Python 3.7, and select download. So now what my file has downloaded, I'm going to select Open, select Next, move through the User Agreement, select I Agree, select Just Me. I'm going to use the default destination folder that's been proposed, select Next. Now we've got a warning here about there being a space in the destination folder that we want to install Anaconda in. But because we're going to be using Python primarily and not be using many of the other packages in Anaconda, I'm not too concerned by this warning. So I'm going to select Okay. And now I'm going to select Add Anaconda to my PATH environment variable. So I've got both of them checked, select Install. So we select Next, select Next again, and select Finish to complete the installation. So let's head over to the command prompt, type C-M-D. And now I want to make sure that I can access both conda and Python. So, I type Python, and you can see that I've got the Python version there of 3.7.3. And now to exit our of Python, I type E-X-I-T. And now I want to makes sure that conda is working, and conda is in the Windows PATH. So I type conda, and you can see that I get a response from the conda command with the different options available there. So we're now in a position to create a virtual environment.
- Deep learning for OpenCV
- Viewing images and video in OpenCV
- Working with blobs in the dnn module
- Image classification
- Video classification