We’re excited to announce Roboflow Quickstart, a new developer-centric way to help everyone with getting started with the Roboflow product.
In under two minutes, you can have Roboflow installed on your machine and four interactive notebooks to run with demos of various aspects of our API.
In the second notebook, we even walk you through improving an existing model!
Development led by @brad and @Jacob_Solawetz ￼, Quickstart is now live on our homepage.
You can see the source code in GitHub - roboflow/quickstart-python
- Install all the dependencies you need to get started with Roboflow’s Python package;
- Get you set up running live inference on object detection models with your webcam in a Jupter notebook;
- Guide you through using object detection, semantic segmentation, and image classification models in Roboflow projects and;
- Provide you with more resources to start training your own model.
git clone https://github.com/roboflow/quickstart-python
cd quickstart-python && ./setup.sh
A Jupyter notebook will open in your browser. Follow the instructions in the notebook to get started!