First of all, sorry for answering so late.
I chose Markdown for its universality and for its support by Leanpub. I alos read positive things about AsciiDoc.
For more general advice on writing an ebook, check out https://amylynnandrews.com/how-to-write-an-ebook/
Nice list! How about adding https://github.com/bpesquet/thejsway to it?
As author, I’m obviously biased, but I do think it’s a good fit for a first JS book. Written in ES2015, it is free to read online, contains many exercises and projects, and even has a chapter about functional programming. What’s not to like? ;)
Hi and thanks for this great series of articles.
In your first Keras-based example, I don’t get as good a result as you with epochs=50. The loss can sometimes go up to 0.6. Increasing epochs to 100 or more seems to solve the problem.
I hope you’ll keep on reading the book :)
Thank you for this very interesting feedback. My answers below.
Hi Guillaume, I remember our exchanges from a few years ago. Thanks for your kind words.
All the topics you mention are important but I have to make some choices and sidestep some of them, otherwise the book will become too big and less friendly to beginners. I’ll try to point the reader to external resources covering them.