Parago is a command line tool to help you rapidly create machine learning models by:
Given the wide array of tools and technologies created to drive ML solutions, building & deploying models for apps should be simpler. At Skafos, we are tired of losing countless hours:
If you are like us, you would rather focus that time working on your apps. So we built Parago.
Install with npm:
$ npm install -g parago
Use Parago to create an image classifier that can identify cats and dogs. You can also skip right to the command & usage Documentation.
$ pgo list > Available Generators. - turicreate-image-classifier : classify objects within an image
# Create project and enter the directory $ pgo create myImageClassifer -g turicreate-image-classifier $ cd myImageClassifier
Environment setup is a hard problem to solve globally, especially when it comes to machine learning projects. Until we have a better solution (give us some ideas/feedback), we leave this up to the user to setup a virtual environment using Conda.
Each generator will have an
environment.yml file included.
# Create and activate the conda Python environment $ conda env create -f environment.yml $ conda activate turicreate-image-classifier
$ pgo data load --env data_src=cats_dogs
$ pgo train --env epochs=30
$ pgo export --env output=coreml
For more details, checkout the full command & usage Documentation.
Parago is built on generators submitted by experts in the community. Each generator includes a set of commands, demonstrated above, and can be customized to meet the needs of your use-case. Want to submit a generator for others to pull and use? Great!
Clone the Generator Repo and submit a PR. Follow the structure of the examples listed.
Guidelines for contributions will also be made available this July. If you want to help, send us an email at email@example.com.
At Skafos, we are a building tools for developers using community supported tools. We want to give back to the community that has helped us get to where we are. Since we released this under Apache2, we're hoping to work with YOU to develop a tool that we not only need, but believe will help others on the journey as well.
Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.