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Spatial image analysis with caffe and pytorch backends.

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PySpacer

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This repository provide utilities to extract features from random point locations in images and then training classifiers over those features. It is used in the vision backend of https://github.com/beijbom/coralnet.

Spacer currently supports python >=3.5.

Overview

Spacer executes tasks as defined in messages. The messages types are defined in messages.py and the tasks in tasks.py. We also define several data-types in data_classes.py which define input and output types.

Refer to the unit-test in test_tasks.py for examples on how to create tasks.

Tasks can be executed directly by calling the methods in tasks.py. However, spacer also supports an interface with SQS handled by sqs_fetch() in mailman.py.

Spacer supports four storage types: s3, filesystem, memory and url. Refer to storage.py for details. The Memory storage is mostly used for testing, and the url storage is read only.

Also take a look at config.py for settings and configuration.

Installation

The spacer repo can be installed in three ways.

  • Using Docker -- the only option that supports Caffe.
  • Local clone -- ideal for testing and development.
  • Using pip install -- for integration in other code-bases.

Config

Spacer needs three variables. They can either be set as environmental variables (recommended if you pip install the package), or in a secrets.json file in the same directory as this README (recommended for Docker builds and local clones). The secrets.json should look like this.

{
  "SPACER_AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID": "YOUR_AWS_KEY_ID",
  "SPACER_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY": "YOUR_AWS_SECRET_KEY",
  "SPACER_LOCAL_MODEL_PATH": "/path/to/your/local/models"
}

Docker build

The docker build is the preferred build and the one used in deployment.

  • Install docker on your system
  • Create secrets.json as detailed above.
  • Create folder /path/to/your/local/models for caching model files.
  • Build image: docker build -t spacer:test .
  • Run: docker run -v /path/to/your/local/models:/workspace/models -v ${PWD}:/workspace/spacer/ -it spacer:test

The -v /path/to/your/local/models:/workspace/models part will make sure the downloaded models are cached to your host storage. which makes rerunning stuff much faster.

The -v ${PWD}:/workspace/spacer/ mounts your current folder including secrets.json so that the container has the right permissions.

The last step will run the default CMD command specified in the dockerfile (unit-test with coverage). If you want to enter the docker container run the same command but append bash in the end:

Pip install

  • pip install spacer
  • Set environmental variables.

Local clone

  • Clone this repo
  • pip install -r requirements.txt

Code coverage

If you are using the docker build or local install, you can check code coverage like so:

    coverage run --source=spacer --omit=spacer/tests/* -m unittest    
    coverage report -m
    coverage html

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