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Sean Morgan
@seanpmorgan
The initial code from the paper's author was in PyTorch so makes sense to me. Not sure what your intentions are for baiting here but this is an open source community and many of us work for free... Have a nice day :)
miffyrcee
@miffyrcee
Is there any offline documentation for zeal's tf2.0.0 stable version? My network environment is too bad.
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
@miffyrcee Hello. The source notebooks and markdown for the TF2 guides/tutorials are in the tensorflow/docs GitHub repo—which you can download: https://github.com/tensorflow/docs/tree/master/site/en
You can select the branch to see the Markdown API docs. Though, looks like we still need to add the TF2 ref docs. Will work on that, thanks :)
miffyrcee
@miffyrcee
@lamberta Ok! Thanks a lot.I will try a later.
aohan237
@aohan237
hi i have a question about how to assign eagerTensor slice value? prediction[:,:,0]=tf.math.sigmoid(prediction[:,:,0]) will raise exception
'tensorflow.python.framework.ops.EagerTensor' object does not support item assignment
Sean Morgan
@seanpmorgan
You would want a tf.Variable if you want a mutable object
Tensors are produced values from computations
Mohammed Sharuk
@mhdSharuk
Hey guys,I'm new to gitter chat platform
I have an idea that integrates with the tensorflow's tensorboard.Does anyone know how to contribute my idea to the tensorboard???
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
Hi @mhdSharuk, there is a SIG TensorBoard you might be interested in: https://groups.google.com/a/tensorflow.org/d/forum/sig-tensorboard
They also have community meetings
Mohammed Sharuk
@mhdSharuk
Thanks,will check this out
Reuben Morais
@reuben
hello y'all. I can't find the docs' source for 1.15 or 2.0 stable on the repo, did they get migrated somewhere else for these releases?
ah, I guess for 2.0 they're supposed to be generated from the installed package version
but will that also work for 1.15?
Sayak Paul
@sayakpaul
I tried it in this notebook: https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1LhIUA8_XbMd1gF2xGFB_50FLHoebY0MK. I found that the VAE was learning an average representation of the inputs fed to it.
image.png
I think adding this kind of visualization actually helps in many cases. In this case, we can clearly see that the model might require longer training and a bit of hyperparameter tuning (KLD factor specifically).
The above suggestion was shared by Francois himself, though. So, what I am suggesting here is incorporating helper function that lets you visualize the representation the VAE learned.

The following might be helpful:

##########################
### VISUALIZATION
##########################

n_images = 15
image_width = 28

fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=2, ncols=n_images, 
                         sharex=True, sharey=True, figsize=(20, 2.5))
orig_images = x_batch_train[:n_images].numpy()
decoded_images = reconstructed[:n_images].numpy()

for i in range(n_images):
    for ax, img in zip(axes, [orig_images, decoded_images]):
        curr_img = img[i]
        ax[i].imshow(curr_img.reshape((image_width, image_width)), cmap='binary')

Courtesy: Sebastian Raschka

Srishti
@copperwiring
Quick question:
How to address issues like this:tensorflow/tensorflow#34002
Also, I did reply to the message but was wondering if it's not very helpful, can this be closed?
Srishti
@copperwiring
@lamberta
They also don't seem to follow code of conduct
Srishti
@copperwiring
@lamberta I have been trying to work with docker for tensorflow (https://www.tensorflow.org/install/docker) and I feel some information on documentation may be helpful. One big add-o could be the examples. Few times, the user is directed to https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/run/ but currently trying to work with docker, I felt a few additions in the documentation could help someone new to docker and trying to work with TensorFlow, a lot. I do find my clarifications on stack overflow, but some additions to the docs may help save time for others. Do you think it is something worth contributing?
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
@copperwiring Sure! That file is here: https://github.com/tensorflow/docs/blob/master/site/en/install/docker.md
Please send a PR if you think it clarifies. I'd like to avoid it becoming a Docker tutorial so if we can link off to their material for deep dives, I think that's best. But feel free to surface relevant details if you think it helps.
(thanks for the pointer to the other PR, i've passed it along to the Issue maintainers)
Becca
@rd16395p
Hello! I am confused about the documentation for TPU Pods. So far I have found this one - https://cloud.google.com/tpu/docs/training-on-tpu-pods and not much else. Is there anything I am missing?
palak
@developer22-university
hey who are admin of this group please tell me how can i contribute for gci mentor?
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
@developer22-university no idea. was there a contact on the announcement?
@rd16395p You're not missing anything :/
TF 2.1 will be more TPU-focused release. So, ideally, you'll see these docs under our dist strat guide and tutorials.
Though, generally, the TF TPU repo is the best thing to watch for active updates: https://github.com/tensorflow/tpu
Srishti
@copperwiring
@lamberta Thanks. I might send some pull requests for the docs in coming days. :)
Becca
@rd16395p
@lamberta if someone lets just say creates a new documentation around this, where could they put it?
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
@rd16395p Depends on the scope of the doc. If you have an idea, proposal, or even just want clarification, can you file an issue on the tf/tpu repo? https://github.com/tensorflow/tpu/issues
Tag me in and I can probably loop some folks in
Becca
@rd16395p
@lamberta its more about getting an error around that method, im currently working it out on the mnist example for a single tpu
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
I see. Well, the tensorflow/tpu GitHub Issues is still a good place :) Depends where the error is coming from so it may take some pinging around to find the right person
Becca
@rd16395p
Alright, I can pull an issue around the bug I am having ^^ I was hoping to create a tutorial to help since I noticed that is pretty much what is for pods as I have access through TFRC right now!
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
Oh cool. Well, if you want to start one, you can put it in the community section: https://github.com/tensorflow/examples/tree/master/community/en
But given the emphasis on TPUs in TF 2.1, I suspect this should be integrated into the main docs---wherever they end up
Becca
@rd16395p
Thank you for pointing that out, does it have to be in a notebook? I could format that way sans results
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
It can be markdown, though we prefer notebooks since we can test them easier
Becca
@rd16395p
Would you be able to test on the tpu pod too?
I just haven't seen a way to make a notebook work with a tpu pod connection.
Becca
@rd16395p
Hello, I am back and I got this example (https://github.com/tensorflow/tpu/tree/master/models/samples/core/get_started) to work on the pod. Where should I put this one? Is it the same place?
Billy Lamberta
@lamberta
@rd16395p Nice work! Yes, a PR to the same place is probably best for now. Did you need to change a lot? By that I mean, is it worth having a separate tutorial to show what you did to configure the pod, or is it just a line or two of configuration that can be called out in the current tutorial?
Becca
@rd16395p
Thank you! And sure I can. Not too much - but yes I do need a tutorial to configure the pod
I made my own sort of area here - https://github.com/rd16395p/TPU-Pod-Examples
bugger-debugger
@Khali851999
Is the registration for mentors under TensorFlow still open?
Kshitij Aggarwal
@kshitijaggrwl
Hello everyone.
Can anyone tell me how to get started with the documentation process?
Kaustubh Maske Patil
@nikochiko
Hey there, I want to edit the doc for https://www.tensorflow.org/api_docs/python/tf/bitcast . But it is 'Defined in generated file: python/ops/gen_array_ops.py'.