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Basic framework for training models with PyTorch

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Basic framework for training stuff in PyTorch. It's quite tailored to projects I've been working on lately, so it's meant for personal use. Its sole purpose is to do away with boilerplate code, and having it here makes it easier to share it across projects.


pip install boilr

Usage example/template

There's a usage example that can be useful as template. It's a basic VAE for MNIST quickly hacked together. The example files/folders are:

  • models/
  • experiments/

Install requirements and run the example:

pip install -r requirements.txt

Tested with:

  • python 3.7.6
  • numpy 1.18.1
  • matplotlib 3.1.2
  • torch 1.4.0
  • torchvision 0.5.0
  • tensorboard 2.1.0 (it also works without, but it won't save tensorboard logs)
  • pillow 7.0
  • tqdm 4.41.1

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