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dd_board

Version 0.4

Works with: Python 2.7

Converts logs to "TensorBoard compatible" data.

Parameters (except for del_dir, they must be written between quotes, even if left empty):

  • log_src = string, log source to analyze (flow, log file or any Python dict / JSON object).
  • base_dir = string, general cache directory used by tensorboard. If not existing, will be created.
  • sub_dir = string, subdirectory of the current run used by tensorboard. If not existing, will be created.
  • del_dir = bolean, False if ommited. If set to False, the new graph is displayed after the preceding one, if any. If set to True, the tensorboard cache directory (base_dir/sub_dir) will be deleted and the new graph will be the only one to appear.

Requirements:

Usage:

from dd_board_logger import DDBoard

do_what_have_to_be_done_before()

read_dd = DDBoard(base_dir, sub_dir, del_dir)

Then, with a log flow:

read_dd.ddb_logger(log_src)

Or, with a log file:

read_dd.ddb_logger_file(log_src)

Or with external data (need "import json, time", for this example):

log_src = open(json_src, 'r')
for line in log_src:

json_src = open(log_src, 'r')
for line in json_src:
	json_obj = json.loads(line)
	read_dd.ddb_logger(json_obj)
	time.sleep(1)

You can then start TensorBoard in console:

$tensorboard --logdir base_dir

(base_dir without quotes, here. Ex: tensorboard --logdir runs)

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