The post will help you to quickly undertand on how to manage a MongoDB instance using Python.

Topics covered

  1. Connect to DB instace
  2. Query DB
  3. Insert row(s)
  4. Update row(s)
  5. Sort the results
  6. Delete rows
  7. Delete Collection

First download and install Mongo DB from below link. .

Let’s get started.

Install python module for Mongod DB.

pip install pymongo

Connect to the MongoDB

#connecting to the locally running MongoDB Instance
dbConn = pymongo.MongoClient("mongodb://localhost:27017/")

Connecting to the database named demoDB present in the mongoDB
if the database is not present, it’ll autoamtically create it.

db = dbConn[dbname]

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Are you a beginner in the field of machine learning and wondering how to bring your project to life. I was in the same situation when I started learning ML. Most of the ML courses focus on EDA, feature engineering, and model tuning and ignore the model deployment.

The end goal of any machine learning model is making it available for end-user for consumption. However deploying model has its own challenges and it also differs where you are going to deploy the model (Azure, AWS, GCP, Heroku etc.).

In this blog I will help you to deploy your model using…

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To achieve this task we will be using one simple method.

We are going to pick a pre-trained deep learning model, remove the top layers, and extract the convolutional features for the images in our dataset. Then we will use these feature vectors to find similar images by using sklearn’s nearest neighbor algorithm.

Let’s get started.

Import libraries

import requests import os import numpy as np from numpy.linalg import norm import joblib as pickle from

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