DeepForge provides the deepforge global object in operation implementations for providing feedback during the execution. The various types of metadata are provided and discussed below.
Real-time graphs can be created using the graph constructor:
local graph = deepforge.Graph('My Graph') -- created a new graph called "My Graph"
After creating a graph, lines can be added similarly.
local line1 = graph:line('first line') -- created a new line called "first line" local line2 = graph:line('second line') -- created a second line called "second line"
Finally, points can be added to the lines by calling the :add method on the line and passing the x and y values for the given point.
line1:add(1, 3) -- adding point (1, 3) to line1 line2:add(1, 4) -- adding point (1, 4) to line2 line1:add(2, 5) -- adding point (2, 5) to line1 line2:add(2, 6) -- adding point (2, 6) to line2
Graphs can then label their axis as follows:
graph:xlabel('x axis') -- label the x axis "x axis" graph:ylabel('y axis') -- label the y axis "y axis"
Images can be created using:
local image = deepforge.Image('My Example Image', imageTensor)
The first argument is the title of the image and the second argument is the tensor for the image (optional). Both the title and the tensor can be updated during execution as follows.
image:title('My New Title') -- updating the image title image:update(newTensor) -- updating the displayed image