Or Perets - 1 year ago 129
Python Question

# How to test my Neural Network developed Tensorflow?

I`m just finished to write neural net with tensorflow
attached code :

``````import tensorflow as tensorFlow
import csv

file = open('stub.csv')
del temp[0]

# change data from string to float (Tensorflow)
# create data & goal lists
data = []
goal = []
for i in range(len(temp)):
data.append(map(float, temp[i]))
goal.append([data[i][6], 0.0])
del data[i][6]

# change lists to tuple
data = tuple(tuple(x) for x in data)
goal = tuple(goal)

# create training data and test data by 70-30
a = int(len(data) * 0.6)  # training set 60%
b = int(len(data) * 0.8)  # validation & test: each one is 20%
trainData = data[0:a]  # 60%
validationData = data[b: len(data)]
testData = data[a: b]  # 20%

trainGoal = goal[0:a]
validationGoal = goal[b:len(data)]
testGoal = goal[a: b]

numberOfLayers = 500
nodesLayer = []
# define the numbers of nodes in hidden layers
for i in range(numberOfLayers):
nodesLayer.append(500)

# define our goal class
classes = 2
batchSize = 2000

# x for input, y for output
sizeOfRow = len(data[0])
x = tensorFlow.placeholder(dtype= tensorFlow.float32, shape=[None, sizeOfRow])
y = tensorFlow.placeholder(dtype= tensorFlow.float32, shape=[None, classes])

hiddenLayers = []
layers = []
def neuralNetworkModel(x):
# first step: (input * weights) + bias, linear operation like y = ax + b
# each layer connection to other layer will represent by nodes(i) * nodes(i+1)

for i in range(0,numberOfLayers):
if i == 0:
hiddenLayers.append({"weights": tensorFlow.Variable(tensorFlow.random_normal([sizeOfRow, nodesLayer[i]])),
"biases": tensorFlow.Variable(tensorFlow.random_normal([nodesLayer[i]]))})

elif i > 0 and i < numberOfLayers-1:
hiddenLayers.append({"weights" : tensorFlow.Variable(tensorFlow.random_normal([nodesLayer[i], nodesLayer[i+1]])),
"biases" : tensorFlow.Variable(tensorFlow.random_normal([nodesLayer[i+1]]))})
else:
outputLayer = {"weights": tensorFlow.Variable(tensorFlow.random_normal([nodesLayer[i], classes])),
"biases": tensorFlow.Variable(tensorFlow.random_normal([classes]))}

# create the layers
for i in range(numberOfLayers):
if i == 0:
layers.append(tensorFlow.nn.relu(layers[i]))  # pass values to activation function (i.e sigmoid, softmax) and add it to the layer

elif i >0 and i < numberOfLayers-1:
layers.append(tensorFlow.nn.relu(layers[i]))

output = tensorFlow.matmul(layers[numberOfLayers-1], outputLayer["weights"]) + outputLayer["biases"]

return output

def neuralNetworkTrain(data, x, y):
prediction = neuralNetworkModel(x)
# using softmax function, normalize values to range(0,1)
cost = tensorFlow.reduce_mean(tensorFlow.nn.softmax_cross_entropy_with_logits(prediction, y))

# minimize the cost function
epochs = 2 # feed machine forward + backpropagation = epoch

# build sessions and train the model
with tensorFlow.Session() as sess:
sess.run(tensorFlow.initialize_all_variables())

for epoch in range(epochs):
epochLoss = 0
i = 0
for _ in range(int(len(data) / batchSize)):
ex, ey = nextBatch(i) # takes 500 examples
i += 1
feedDict = {x :ex, y:ey }
_, cos = sess.run([optimizer,cost], feed_dict= feedDict) # start session to optimize the cost function
epochLoss += cos
print("Epoch", epoch + 1, "completed out of", epochs, "loss:", epochLoss)

correct = tensorFlow.equal(tensorFlow.argmax(prediction,1), tensorFlow.argmax(y, 1))
accuracy = tensorFlow.reduce_mean(tensorFlow.cast(correct, "float"))
print("Accuracy:", accuracy.eval({ x: trainData, y:trainGoal}))

# takes 500 examples each iteration
def nextBatch(num):
# Return the next `batch_size` examples from this data set.
# case: using our data & batch size
num *= batchSize
if num < (len(data) - batchSize):
return data[num: num+batchSize], goal[num: num +batchSize]

neuralNetworkTrain(trainData, x, y)
``````

each epoch (iteration) I`ve got the value of loss function and all good.
now I want to try it on my validation/test set.
Someone now what should I do exactly?

Thanks

If you want to get predictions on the trained data you can simply put something like:

``````tf_p = tf.nn.softmax(prediction)
``````

...In your graph, having loaded your test data into `x_test`. Then evaluate predictions with:

``````[p] = session.run([tf_p], feed_dict = {
x : x_test,
y : y_test
}
)
``````

at the end of your `neuralNetworkTrain` method, and you should end up having them in `p`.

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