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Theano
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Theano is a Python library that allows you to define, optimize, and evaluate mathematical expressions involving multi-dimensional arrays efficiently. It can use GPUs and perform efficient symbolic differentiation.

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MILA will stop developing Theano 
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The PyMC developers are continuing Theano development in a
fork 
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To install the package, see this page: http://deeplearning.net/software/theano/install.html

For the documentation, see the project website: http://deeplearning.net/software/theano/

Related Projects: https://github.com/Theano/Theano/wiki/Related-projects

It is recommended that you look at the documentation on the website, as it will be more current than the documentation included with the package.

In order to build the documentation yourself, you will need sphinx. Issue the following command:

::

python ./doc/scripts/docgen.py

Documentation is built into

html/

The PDF of the documentation can be found at

html/theano.pdf

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DIRECTORY LAYOUT

Theano
(current directory) is the distribution directory.
  • Theano/theano
    contains the package
  • Theano/theano
    has several submodules:
    • gof
      +
      compile
      are the core
    • scalar
      depends upon core
    • tensor
      depends upon
      scalar
    • sparse
      depends upon
      tensor
    • sandbox
      can depend on everything else
  • Theano/examples
    are copies of the example found on the wiki
  • Theano/benchmark
    and
    Theano/examples
    are in the distribution, but not in the Python package
  • Theano/bin
    contains executable scripts that are copied to the bin folder when the Python package is installed
  • Tests are distributed and are part of the package, i.e. fall in the appropriate submodules

  • Theano/doc
    contains files and scripts used to generate the documentation
  • Theano/html
    is where the documentation will be generated

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