Graph Keras training history object
Keras History Graph
matplotlib to generate a simple graph of the history object. Particularly useful with Jupyter
It will show the accuracy and loss for both training data and validation data. It will also print the maximum validation accuracy reached during the training.
pip install keras-hist-graph
from keras_hist_graph import plot_history history = model.fit(x, y, ...) plot_history(history)
plot_history now accepts any of these arguments (in any order)
||Indicates width and height of the resulting graph|
||Minimum accuracy to graph (often we don't care if acuracy is below 50%)|
||Zero to one, inclusive. Smooths out the curves by averaging previous points. Consider makeing smaller if number of epochs is small.|
|start_epoch||5||integer >= 0||Plot the history starting at this epoch. Useful since the first epochs can have very high loss that makes the later loss hard to analyze visually|
||Whether to render in the XKCD style. You might need to render twice for all properties to update if you change the boolean after using the method before|
plot_history(history, fig_size = (11, 8.5), min_accuracy = 0.8, start_epoch = 2, smooth_factor = 0.1)
It’s a great way to communicate the imprecision of the underlying data!
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