# Wolfram neural networks in other platforms?

Posted 12 days ago
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 Is there a way to load a neural network from the Wolfram repository, in a platform such as TensorFlow that handles deep data more quickly than Mathematica?
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Posted 11 days ago
 Yes, the Wolfram library can export MXNet architecture and weight files: https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/format/MXNet.htmlThere are open source libraries that can convert MXNet models to tensorflow models.Also, there is newer support for ONNX model exports, but I have never tried this myself. ONNX has importers from all the major neural network libraries (tensorflow, pytorch, etc.)https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/format/ONNX.htmlLastly, if you want to process big datasets with Mathematica, I have found this is possible if you ditch the GUI and stick to writing scripts (.m/.wl files) and running them with the wolframscript -f command line utility - like you do in python. The Wolfram/Mathematica Desktop GUI is definitely too slow - and crashy- for a lot of 'real' problems with large datasets right now :(
Posted 5 days ago
 Hi Colin,wolframscript is documented here. You might also want to take a look at the Wolfram Engine.