ConvNetJS Trainer demo on MNIST


This demo lets you evaluate multiple trainers against each other on MNIST. By default I've set up a little benchmark that puts SGD/SGD with momentum/Adagrad/Adadelta/Nesterov against each other. For reference math and explanations on these refer to Matthew Zeiler's Adadelta paper (Windowgrad is Idea #1 in the paper). In my own experience, Adagrad/Adadelta are "safer" because they don't depend so strongly on setting of learning rates (with Adadelta being slightly better), but well-tuned SGD+Momentum almost always converges faster and at better final values.

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Loss vs. Number of examples seen

Testing Accuracy vs. Number of examples seen

Training Accuracy vs. Number of examples seen