GAN Lab: An Interactive, Visual Experimentation Tool for Generative Adversarial Networks
GAN Lab is a novel interactive visualization tool for anyone to learn and experiment with Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), a popular class of complex deep learning models. With GAN Lab, you can interactively train GAN models for 2D data distributions and visualize their inner-workings, similar to TensorFlow Playground.
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It runs on most modern web browsers. We suggest you use Google Chrome.
This section describes how you can develop GAN Lab.
Run the following commands:
$ git clone https://github.com/poloclub/ganlab.git $ cd ganlab $ yarn prep
Running Your Demo
Run the following command:
$ ./scripts/watch-demo >> Waiting for initial compile... >> 3462522 bytes written to demo/bundle.js (2.17 seconds) at 00:00:00 >> Starting up http-server, serving ./ >> Available on: >> http://127.0.0.1:8080 >> Hit CTRL-C to stop the server
watch-demo script monitors for changes of typescript code (e.g.,
and compiles the code for you.
GAN Lab was created by Minsuk Kahng, Nikhil Thorat, Polo Chau, Fernanda Viégas, and Martin Wattenberg, which was the result of a research collaboration between Georgia Tech and Google Brain/PAIR. We also thank Shan Carter and Daniel Smilkov, Google Big Picture team and Google People + AI Research (PAIR), and Georgia Tech Visualization Lab for their feedback.
For more information, check out our research paper:
Minsuk Kahng, Nikhil Thorat, Polo Chau, Fernanda Viégas, and Martin Wattenberg. "GAN Lab: Understanding Complex Deep Generative Models using Interactive Visual Experimentation." IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 25(1) (VAST 2018), Jan. 2019.