AttributeError module tensorflow has no attribute estimator

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Hi Guys,

I installed tensorflow in my system. I tried to create one model using Sequential method. But it shows me the below error when I tried to use estimator function.

AttributeError: module 'tensorflow' has no attribute 'estimator'
Apr 23, 2020 in Machine Learning by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

There was an environment issue, tensorflow was running in its own environment and not at base, at anaconda. So you can uninstall tensorflow and reinstall again.

$ pip uninstall tensorflow
$ pip install tensorflow

Hope this will help.

answered Apr 23, 2020 by MD
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