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Jan 2017
Ardalan
@ArdalanM
Jan 31 2017 16:03
Yeah, tensorflow installation's fault :)
Emmanuel Benazera
@beniz
Jan 31 2017 16:06
TF installation uses a local protobuf, within the build/ repository. Unless you had an install from a long time ago, before the merge ?
Ardalan
@ArdalanM
Jan 31 2017 16:12
I have no idea.
From now on, doing make in caffe_dd/src/caffe_dd folder is a must go step when building deepdetect?
Emmanuel Benazera
@beniz
Jan 31 2017 16:14
the automatic build applies a make -j$N with $N the number of automatically detected cores
sometimes this breaks dependencies, but I havent' seen that in months, nor has it been reported, so I'd say you have an old version of make, or something is off.
Ardalan
@ArdalanM
Jan 31 2017 16:16
ok, thanks
Ardalan
@ArdalanM
Jan 31 2017 17:00
@beniz, we are playing around with xgboost, does the predict call for xgboost returns all the probabilities or only the best ones ?
I have tested to use "output":{'best':2} but in vain.
ok sorry should I have used double quote instead of single one "output":{"best":2} works ( binary classification)
Emmanuel Benazera
@beniz
Jan 31 2017 17:04
it doesn't work ?
best:-1 ?
Ardalan
@ArdalanM
Jan 31 2017 17:05
yes -1 works as well
Marc Reichman
@marcreichman
Jan 31 2017 20:08
@beniz: going to look in source tree for this, but was wondering, could you tell me what cases deepdetect returns a number (input index) in the URI field vs the actual input? It seems to happen with base64 inputs, but I didn't know if there were other scenarios which would bring it out, like a very long input URI or something along those lines
Emmanuel Benazera
@beniz
Jan 31 2017 20:11
it returns a number when raw data is posted
or so it should
Marc Reichman
@marcreichman
Jan 31 2017 20:13
so, in cases of actual URLs (e.g. http:) and local files (/tmp/path/to/file.jpg) it will always return the actual string passed?
Emmanuel Benazera
@beniz
Jan 31 2017 20:13
it should!
Marc Reichman
@marcreichman
Jan 31 2017 20:13
ok, thank you :)
Emmanuel Benazera
@beniz
Jan 31 2017 20:15
it s nom rocket science, the server tried to detect whether data is raw or URI. We could have a better scheme, with labels attached, but it never really proved a necessity, at least until now.
Marc Reichman
@marcreichman
Jan 31 2017 20:15
that's fine. i just am writing an intermediate service and am trying to just account for what i may receive back in certain scenarios. thanks for your help!
Emmanuel Benazera
@beniz
Jan 31 2017 20:16
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