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# coding: utf-8
# Imports
import os
import cPickle
import numpy as np
import theano
import theano.tensor as T
import lasagne
# Constants
SEQ_LENGTH = 20 # Sequence Length
N_HIDDEN = 512 # Number of units in the two hidden (LSTM) layers
LEARNING_RATE = .01 # Optimization learning rate
GRAD_CLIP = 100 # All gradients above this will be clipped
PRINT_FREQ = 1000 # How often should we check the output?
NUM_EPOCHS = 50 # Number of epochs to train the net
BATCH_SIZE = 128 # Batch Size
# Input data
in_data = open('../Data/pydata.txt', 'r').read()
# Seed data
seed = """from package import Class as c\n def """ # This phrase will be used as seed to generate text.
# This snippet loads the text file and creates dictionaries to
# encode characters into a vector-space representation and vice-versa.
chars = list(set(in_data))
data_size, vocab_size = len(in_data), len(chars)
char_to_ix = { ch:i for i,ch in enumerate(chars) }
ix_to_char = { i:ch for i,ch in enumerate(chars) }
#Lasagne Seed for Reproducibility
def gen_data(p, batch_size = BATCH_SIZE, data=in_data, return_target=True):
This function produces a semi-redundant batch of training samples from the location 'p' in the provided string (data).
For instance, assuming SEQ_LENGTH = 5 and p=0, the function would create batches of
5 characters of the string (starting from the 0th character and stepping by 1 for each semi-redundant batch)
as the input and the next character as the target.
To make this clear, let us look at a concrete example. Assume that SEQ_LENGTH = 5, p = 0 and BATCH_SIZE = 2
If the input string was "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.",
For the first data point,
x (the inputs to the neural network) would correspond to the encoding of 'T','h','e',' ','q'
y (the targets of the neural network) would be the encoding of 'u'
For the second point,
x (the inputs to the neural network) would correspond to the encoding of 'h','e',' ','q', 'u'
y (the targets of the neural network) would be the encoding of 'i'
The data points are then stacked (into a three-dimensional tensor of size (batch_size,SEQ_LENGTH,vocab_size))
and returned.
Notice that there is overlap of characters between the batches (hence the name, semi-redundant batch).
x = np.zeros((batch_size,SEQ_LENGTH,vocab_size))
y = np.zeros(batch_size)
for n in range(batch_size):
ptr = n
for i in range(SEQ_LENGTH):
x[n,i,char_to_ix[data[p+ptr+i]]] = 1.
y[n] = char_to_ix[data[p+ptr+SEQ_LENGTH]]
return x, np.array(y,dtype='int32')
def save_network(filename,param_values):
f = file(filename, 'wb')
def load_network(filename):
f = file(filename, 'rb')
param_values = cPickle.load(f)
return param_values
# Save:
# save_network("my_beloved_network",lasagne.layers.get_all_param_values(output_layer))
# Load:
# saved_params = load_network("my_beloved_network")
# lasagne.layers.set_all_param_values(output_layer, saved_params)
def main(num_epochs=NUM_EPOCHS):
print("Building network ...")
# First, we build the network, starting with an input layer
# Recurrent layers expect input of shape
# (batch size, SEQ_LENGTH, num_features)
l_in = lasagne.layers.InputLayer(shape=(None, None, vocab_size))
# We now build the LSTM layer which takes l_in as the input layer
# We clip the gradients at GRAD_CLIP to prevent the problem of exploding gradients.
l_forward_1 = lasagne.layers.LSTMLayer(
l_in, N_HIDDEN, grad_clipping=GRAD_CLIP,
l_forward_2 = lasagne.layers.LSTMLayer(
l_forward_1, N_HIDDEN, grad_clipping=GRAD_CLIP,
# The l_forward layer creates an output of dimension (batch_size, SEQ_LENGTH, N_HIDDEN)
# Since we are only interested in the final prediction, we isolate that quantity and feed it to the next layer.
# The output of the sliced layer will then be of size (batch_size, N_HIDDEN)
l_forward_slice = lasagne.layers.SliceLayer(l_forward_2, -1, 1)
# The sliced output is then passed through the softmax nonlinearity to create probability distribution of the prediction
# The output of this stage is (batch_size, vocab_size)
l_out = lasagne.layers.DenseLayer(l_forward_slice, num_units=vocab_size, W = lasagne.init.Normal(), nonlinearity=lasagne.nonlinearities.softmax)
# Theano tensor for the targets
target_values = T.ivector('target_output')
# lasagne.layers.get_output produces a variable for the output of the net
network_output = lasagne.layers.get_output(l_out)
# The loss function is calculated as the mean of the (categorical) cross-entropy between the prediction and target.
cost = T.nnet.categorical_crossentropy(network_output,target_values).mean()
# Retrieve all parameters from the network
all_params = lasagne.layers.get_all_params(l_out,trainable=True)
# Load saved params if exist
if os.path.isfile('../Data/'):
print("Loading net")
lasagne.layers.set_all_param_values(l_out, load_network('../Data/'))
# Compute AdaGrad updates for training
print("Computing updates ...")
updates = lasagne.updates.adagrad(cost, all_params, LEARNING_RATE)
# Theano functions for training and computing cost
print("Compiling functions ...")
train = theano.function([l_in.input_var, target_values], cost, updates=updates, allow_input_downcast=True)
compute_cost = theano.function([l_in.input_var, target_values], cost, allow_input_downcast=True)
# In order to generate text from the network, we need the probability distribution of the next character given
# the state of the network and the input (a seed).
# In order to produce the probability distribution of the prediction, we compile a function called probs.
probs = theano.function([l_in.input_var],network_output,allow_input_downcast=True)
# The next function generates text given a phrase of length at least SEQ_LENGTH.
# The phrase is set using the variable seed.
# The optional input "N" is used to set the number of characters of text to predict.
def try_it_out(N=10000):
This function uses the user-provided string "seed" and current state of the RNN generate text.
The function works in three steps:
1. It converts the string set in "seed" (which must be over SEQ_LENGTH characters long)
to encoded format. We use the gen_data function for this. By providing the string and asking for a single batch,
we are converting the first SEQ_LENGTH characters into encoded form.
2. We then use the LSTM to predict the next character and store it in a (dynamic) list sample_ix. This is done by using the 'probs'
function which was compiled above. Simply put, given the output, we compute the probabilities of the target and pick the one
with the highest predicted probability.
3. Once this character has been predicted, we construct a new sequence using all but first characters of the
provided string and the predicted character. This sequence is then used to generate yet another character.
This process continues for "N" characters.
To make this clear, let us again look at a concrete example.
Assume that SEQ_LENGTH = 5 and seed = "The quick brown fox jumps".
We initially encode the first 5 characters ('T','h','e',' ','q'). The next character is then predicted (as explained in step 2).
Assume that this character was 'J'. We then construct a new sequence using the last 4 (=SEQ_LENGTH-1) characters of the previous
sequence ('h','e',' ','q') , and the predicted letter 'J'. This new sequence is then used to compute the next character and
the process continues.
sample_ix = []
x,_ = gen_data(len(seed)-SEQ_LENGTH, 1, seed,0)
for i in range(N):
# Pick the character that got assigned the highest probability
# ix = np.argmax(probs(x).ravel())
# Alternatively, to sample from the distribution instead:
ix = np.random.choice(np.arange(vocab_size), p=probs(x).ravel())
x[:,0:SEQ_LENGTH-1,:] = x[:,1:,:]
x[:,SEQ_LENGTH-1,:] = 0
x[0,SEQ_LENGTH-1,sample_ix[-1]] = 1.
random_snippet = seed + ''.join(ix_to_char[ix] for ix in sample_ix)
print("----\n %s \n----" % random_snippet)
with open('../Data/sample.txt', 'a') as f:
f.write("----\n %s \n----" % random_snippet)
print("Training ...")
print("Seed used for text generation is: " + seed)
print lasagne.layers.get_all_param_values(l_out)
p = 0
for it in xrange(data_size * num_epochs / BATCH_SIZE):
try_it_out() # Generate text using the p^th character as the start.
avg_cost = 0;
for _ in range(PRINT_FREQ):
x,y = gen_data(p)
if(p+BATCH_SIZE+SEQ_LENGTH >= data_size):
print('Carriage Return')
p = 0;
avg_cost += train(x, y)
print("Epoch {} average loss = {}".format(it*1.0*PRINT_FREQ/data_size*BATCH_SIZE, avg_cost / PRINT_FREQ))
except KeyboardInterrupt:
# Save the network after training
if __name__ == "__main__":

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kenorb Aug 6, 2016

Could you share the complete code? Including Data/pydata.txt,, etc.

kenorb commented Aug 6, 2016

Could you share the complete code? Including Data/pydata.txt,, etc.

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