Using pytorch instead of matlab

i will use pytorch instead of matlab so i wanted to ask you what are the equivalent of the Levenberg–Marquardt, Bayesian regularization, and scaled conjugate gradient training algorithms in pytorch instead of matlab are they under the same names in pytorch ?

i will use these on a research study but don’t have the money for matlab

Hi Saleh!

Consider using GNU Octave, an open-source scientific-programming package that
is “largely compatible with Matlab.”

(I am not aware of pytorch having any of the algorithms you mentioned built in.)


K. Frank

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I was gonna say the same. Octave is literally “open source matlab”, it’s a language 99.99% identical to matlab’s language and the differences are basically ‘less-strict’ things in octave.