Source code for tensorpack.tfutils.summary

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# File:

import re
from contextlib import contextmanager
import six
from six.moves import range
from import moving_averages

from ..compat import tfv1 as tf
from ..utils import logger
from ..utils.argtools import graph_memoized
from ..utils.naming import MOVING_SUMMARY_OPS_KEY
from .scope_utils import cached_name_scope
from .symbolic_functions import rms
from .tower import get_current_tower_context

__all__ = ['add_tensor_summary', 'add_param_summary',
           'add_activation_summary', 'add_moving_summary',

# some scope stuff to use internally...
def _get_cached_vs(name):
    with tf.variable_scope(name) as scope:
        return scope

def _enter_vs_reuse_ns(name):
    vs = _get_cached_vs(name)
    # XXX Not good to enter the cached vs directly, because this will clean-up custom getter
    # with tf.variable_scope(name, reuse=tf.AUTO_REUSE):    # available in 1.4 only
    with tf.variable_scope(vs):
        with tf.name_scope(vs.original_name_scope):
            yield vs

def create_scalar_summary(name, v):
        name (str):
        v (float): scalar value
        tf.Summary: a tf.Summary object with name and simple scalar value v.
    assert isinstance(name, six.string_types), type(name)
    v = float(v)
    s = tf.Summary()
    s.value.add(tag=name, simple_value=v)
    return s

def create_image_summary(name, val):
        val(np.ndarray): 4D tensor of NHWC. assume RGB if C==3.
            Can be either float or uint8. Range has to be [0,255].

    assert isinstance(name, six.string_types), type(name)
    n, h, w, c = val.shape
    val = val.astype('uint8')
    s = tf.Summary()
    imparams = [cv2.IMWRITE_PNG_COMPRESSION, 9]
    for k in range(n):
        arr = val[k]
        # CV2 will only write correctly in BGR chanel order
        if c == 3:
            arr = cv2.cvtColor(arr, cv2.COLOR_RGB2BGR)
        elif c == 4:
            arr = cv2.cvtColor(arr, cv2.COLOR_RGBA2BGRA)
        tag = name if n == 1 else '{}/{}'.format(name, k)
        retval, img_str = cv2.imencode('.png', arr, imparams)
        if not retval:
            # Encoding has failed.
        img_str = img_str.tostring()

        img = tf.Summary.Image()
        img.height = h
        img.width = w
        # 1 - grayscale 3 - RGB 4 - RGBA
        img.colorspace = c
        img.encoded_image_string = img_str
        s.value.add(tag=tag, image=img)
    return s

[docs]def add_tensor_summary(x, types, name=None, collections=None, main_tower_only=True): """ Summarize a tensor by different methods. Args: x (tf.Tensor): a tensor to summarize types (list[str]): summary types, can be scalar/histogram/sparsity/mean/rms name (str): summary name. Defaults to be the op name. collections (list[str]): collections of the summary ops. main_tower_only (bool): Only run under main training tower. If set to True, calling this function under other TowerContext has no effect. Example: .. code-block:: python with tf.name_scope('mysummaries'): # to not mess up tensorboard add_tensor_summary( tensor, ['histogram', 'rms', 'sparsity'], name='mytensor') """ types = set(types) if name is None: name = ctx = get_current_tower_context() if main_tower_only and ctx is not None and not ctx.is_main_training_tower: return SUMMARY_TYPES_DIC = { 'scalar': lambda: tf.summary.scalar(name + '-summary', x, collections=collections), 'histogram': lambda: tf.summary.histogram(name + '-histogram', x, collections=collections), 'sparsity': lambda: tf.summary.scalar( name + '-sparsity', tf.nn.zero_fraction(x), collections=collections), 'mean': lambda: tf.summary.scalar( name + '-mean', tf.reduce_mean(x), collections=collections), 'rms': lambda: tf.summary.scalar( name + '-rms', rms(x), collections=collections) } for typ in types: SUMMARY_TYPES_DIC[typ]()
[docs]def add_activation_summary(x, types=None, name=None, collections=None): """ Call :func:`add_tensor_summary` under a reused 'activation-summary' name scope. This function is a no-op if not calling from main training tower. Args: x (tf.Tensor): the tensor to summary. types (list[str]): summary types, defaults to ``['sparsity', 'rms', 'histogram']``. name (str): if is None, use collections (list[str]): collections of the summary ops. """ ndim = x.get_shape().ndims if ndim < 2: logger.warn("Cannot summarize scalar activation {}".format( return if types is None: types = ['sparsity', 'rms', 'histogram'] with cached_name_scope('activation-summary'): add_tensor_summary(x, types, name=name, collections=collections)
[docs]def add_param_summary(*summary_lists, **kwargs): """ Add summary ops for all trainable variables matching the regex, under a reused 'param-summary' name scope. This function is a no-op if not calling from main training tower. Args: summary_lists (list): each is (regex, [list of summary type]). Summary type is defined in :func:`add_tensor_summary`. collections (list[str]): collections of the summary ops. Example: .. code-block:: python add_param_summary( ('.*/W', ['histogram', 'rms']), ('.*/gamma', ['scalar']), ) """ collections = kwargs.pop('collections', None) assert len(kwargs) == 0, "Unknown kwargs: " + str(kwargs) ctx = get_current_tower_context() if ctx is not None and not ctx.is_main_training_tower: return params = tf.get_collection(tf.GraphKeys.TRAINABLE_VARIABLES) with cached_name_scope('param-summary'): for p in params: name = for rgx, actions in summary_lists: if not rgx.endswith('$'): rgx = rgx + '$' if re.match(rgx, name): add_tensor_summary(p, actions, name=name, collections=collections)
[docs]def add_moving_summary(*args, **kwargs): """ Summarize the moving average for scalar tensors. This function is a no-op if not calling from main training tower. See tutorial at Args: args: scalar tensors to summarize decay (float): the decay rate. Defaults to 0.95. collection (str or None): the name of the collection to add EMA-maintaining ops. The default will work together with the default :class:`MovingAverageSummary` callback. summary_collections ([str]): the names of collections to add the summary op. Default is TF's default (`tf.GraphKeys.SUMMARIES`). Returns: [tf.Tensor]: list of tensors returned by assign_moving_average, which can be used to maintain the EMA. """ decay = kwargs.pop('decay', 0.95) coll = kwargs.pop('collection', MOVING_SUMMARY_OPS_KEY) summ_coll = kwargs.pop('summary_collections', None) assert len(kwargs) == 0, "Unknown arguments: " + str(kwargs) ctx = get_current_tower_context() # allow ctx to be none if ctx is not None and not ctx.is_main_training_tower: return [] graph = tf.get_default_graph() try: control_flow_ctx = graph._get_control_flow_context() # XLA does not support summaries anyway # However, this function will generate unnecessary dependency edges, # which makes the tower function harder to compile under XLA, so we skip it if control_flow_ctx is not None and control_flow_ctx.IsXLAContext(): return except Exception: pass if tf.get_variable_scope().reuse is True: logger.warn("add_moving_summary() called under reuse=True scope, ignored.") return [] for x in args: assert isinstance(x, (tf.Tensor, tf.Variable)), x assert x.get_shape().ndims == 0, \ "add_moving_summary() only accepts scalar tensor! Got one with {}".format(x.get_shape()) from ..graph_builder.utils import override_to_local_variable ema_ops = [] for c in args: name = re.sub('tower[0-9]+/', '', with tf.name_scope(None), override_to_local_variable(True): if not c.dtype.is_floating: c = tf.cast(c, tf.float32) # assign_moving_average creates variables with op names, therefore clear ns first. with _enter_vs_reuse_ns('EMA') as vs: ema_var = tf.get_variable(name, shape=c.shape, dtype=c.dtype, initializer=tf.constant_initializer(), trainable=False) ns = vs.original_name_scope with tf.name_scope(ns): # reuse VS&NS so that EMA_1 won't appear ema_op = moving_averages.assign_moving_average( ema_var, c, decay, zero_debias=True, name=name + '_EMA_apply') ema_ops.append(ema_op) with tf.name_scope(None): tf.summary.scalar( name + '-summary', ema_op, collections=summ_coll) # write the EMA value as a summary if coll is not None: for op in ema_ops: tf.add_to_collection(coll, op) return ema_ops
try: import cv2 except ImportError: from ..utils.develop import create_dummy_func create_image_summary = create_dummy_func('create_image_summary', 'cv2') # noqa