Do we need Notebook Server (or Image Server, perhaps?) to use some of the methods in arcgis.learn module?
Single shot detector seems to work without a Enterprise product, but some methods like 'detect_objects' run on the server side (specified by gis parameter) that deep learning module installed.
Sorry for poor information.
Yes I mean the documentation you suggested.
Hopefully, I would like to try these functionality with my laptop, but according to the doc, 'arcgis.learn.detect_objects()' or 'arcgis.learn.classify_pixels' seems to run on the server side only.
The requirements are basically as described here:
So, you'll need Image Server 10.7 as this operation is only just being introduced (the Python API method references the ClassifyPixelsUsingDeepLearning, etc. tasks)
Thank you for providing resources and make it clarify!
At this moment I do not have my own image server license, so try to find out another way.
Yes you can also do these workflow using ArcGIS Pro and notebooks, it is basically :-
1. Exporting training data from ArcGIS Pro using the tool 'Export Training data for deep learning'.
2. Importing the training data using arcgis.learn in the notebook and train a model, we can then save the model as a deep learning package.
3. Using the save model in ArcGIS Pro to produce results, tools that can be used 'Detect Objects using deep learning' and 'Classify pixels using deep learning'.
from the link
Note that the deep learning library needs to be installed separately, in addition to the server’s built in Python 3.x library.