Installing Lasagne on Windows 10 was straight forward after following the steps here. No changes were needed apart from changing paths in “C Compiler” section as I had Visual studio 2012 already installed.
After installation, I wanted to start with a simpler tutorial than the MNIST one from Lasagne page. I followed one from here. Since there have been interface changes to Lasagne since the tutorial was published I had to make some changes to get it to work.
I had to change
net_output = l_output.get_output()
net_output = lasagne.layers.get_output(l_output, deterministic=True)
objective = lasagne.objectives.Objective( l_output, loss_function=lasagne.objectives.categorical_crossentropy) loss = objective.get_loss(target=true_output)
loss = lasagne.objectives.aggregate( lasagne.objectives.categorical_crossentropy(net_output, true_output))
Also, I had to change “xrange” to “range” as I am using Python 3.