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Python client for Replicate

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Replicate Python client

This is a Python client for Replicate. It lets you run models from your Python code or Jupyter notebook, and do various other things on Replicate.

You can run a model and get its output:

>>> import replicate

>>> model = replicate.models.get("replicate/hello-world")
>>> model.predict(text="python")
"hello python"

>>> model = replicate.models.get("replicate/resnet")
>>> model.predict(image=open("mystery.jpg", "rb"))
[['n02123597', 'Siamese_cat', 0.8829364776611328],
 ['n02123394', 'Persian_cat', 0.09810526669025421],
 ['n02123045', 'tabby', 0.005758069921284914]]

You can run a model and feed the output into another model:

>>> image = replicate.models.get("afiaka87/laionide-v4").predict(prompt="avocado armchair")
>>> upscaled_image = replicate.models.get("jingyunliang/swinir").predict(image=image)

Run a model and get its output while it's running:

model = replicate.models.get("pixray/text2image")
for image in model.predict(prompts="san francisco sunset"):
    display(image)

You can start a model and run it in the background:

>>> model = replicate.models.get("kvfrans/clipdraw")
>>> prediction = replicate.predictions.create(
...    version=model.versions.list()[0],
...    input={"prompt":"Watercolor painting of an underwater submarine"})

>>> prediction
Prediction(...)

>>> prediction.status
'starting'

>>> dict(prediction)
{"id": "...", "status": "starting", ...}

>>> prediction.reload()
>>> prediction.status
'processing'

>>> print(prediction.logs)
iteration: 0, render:loss: -0.6171875
iteration: 10, render:loss: -0.92236328125
iteration: 20, render:loss: -1.197265625
iteration: 30, render:loss: -1.3994140625

>>> prediction.wait()

>>> prediction.status
'succeeded'

>>> prediction.output
'https://.../output.png'

You can cancel a running prediction:

>>> model = replicate.models.get("kvfrans/clipdraw")
>>> prediction = replicate.predictions.create(
...    version=model.versions.list()[0],
...    input={"prompt":"Watercolor painting of an underwater submarine"})

>>> prediction.status
'starting'

>>> prediction.cancel()

>>> prediction.reload()
>>> prediction.status
'canceled'

By default, model.predict() uses the latest version. If you want to pin to a particular version, you can get a version with its ID:

>>> model = replicate.models.get("replicate/hello-world")
>>> version = model.versions.get("5c7d5dc6dd8bf75c1acaa8565735e7986bc5b66206b55cca93cb72c9bf15ccaa")
>>> model.predict(text="python")
"hello python"

You can list all the predictions you've run:

>>> replicate.predictions.list()
[<Prediction: 8b0ba5ab4d85>, <Prediction: 494900564e8c>]

Install

pip install replicate

Authentication

Set the REPLICATE_API_TOKEN environment variable to your API token. For example, run this before running any Python scripts that use the API:

export REPLICATE_API_TOKEN=<your token>

We recommend not adding it directly to your source code, because you don't want to put your API in source control. If anyone uses your API key, their usage would be charged to your account.

If you have access to the API, you can find your API key on your dashboard when signed in.

Development

See CONTRIBUTING.md

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