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Created Jul 6, 2017 — forked from spitis/
Batch normalized LSTM Cell for Tensorflow
"""adapted from to store separate population statistics per state"""
import tensorflow as tf, numpy as np
RNNCell = tf.nn.rnn_cell.RNNCell
class BNLSTMCell(RNNCell):
'''Batch normalized LSTM as described in'''
def __init__(self, num_units, is_training_tensor, max_bn_steps, initial_scale=0.1, activation=tf.tanh, decay=0.95):
* max bn steps is the maximum number of steps for which to store separate population stats
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Created Aug 18, 2014
Outdated Version: For making all your reference chromosome files evenly formatted to lines of 50bp PRIOR to concatenation.
__author__ = 'Paul G'
from sys import argv
import os
import re
script = argv
print """\nHi USER (lol Tron joke!) This simple script is meant to help you format your reference file.\n
It is really only meant to handle one chromosome file at a time,a future update will allow for entire reference fix.
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