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Flags for a training run

Define the flags (name, type, default value, description) which paramaterize a training run. Optionally read overrides of the default values from a "flags.yml" config file and/or command line arguments.

Usage
flags(..., config = Sys.getenv("R_CONFIG_ACTIVE", unset = "default"),
  file = "flags.yml", arguments = commandArgs(TRUE))

flag_numeric(name, default, description = NULL)

flag_integer(name, default, description = NULL)

flag_boolean(name, default, description = NULL)

flag_string(name, default, description = NULL)

Arguments
...

One or more flag definitions

config

The configuration to use. Defaults to the active configuration for the current environment (as specified by the R_CONFIG_ACTIVE environment variable), or default when unset.

file

The flags YAML file to read

arguments

The command line arguments (as a character vector) to be parsed.

name

Flag name

default

Flag default value

description

Flag description

Value

Named list of training flags

Config File Flags

Config file flags are defined a YAML configuration file (by default named "flags.yml"). Flags can either appear at the top-level of the YAML or can be inclued in named configuration sections (see the https://github.com/rstudio/config for details).

Command Line Flags

Command line flags should be of the form --key=value or --key value. The values are assumed to be valid yaml and will be converted using yaml.load().

Aliases
  • flags
  • flag_numeric
  • flag_integer
  • flag_boolean
  • flag_string
Examples
# NOT RUN {
library(tfruns)

# define flags and parse flag values from flags.yml and the command line
FLAGS <- flags(
  flag_numeric('learning_rate', 0.01, 'Initial learning rate.'),
  flag_integer('max_steps', 5000, 'Number of steps to run trainer.'),
  flag_string('data_dir', 'MNIST-data', 'Directory for training data'),
  flag_boolean('fake_data', FALSE, 'If true, use fake data for testing')
)
# }
# NOT RUN {
# }
Documentation reproduced from package tfruns, version 0.9.1, License: Apache License 2.0

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