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Callback for creating simple, custom callbacks on-the-fly.

Inherits From: Callback

Used in the notebooks

Used in the tutorials

This callback is constructed with anonymous functions that will be called at the appropriate time. Note that the callbacks expects positional arguments, as:

  • on_epoch_begin and on_epoch_end expect two positional arguments: epoch, logs
  • on_batch_begin and on_batch_end expect two positional arguments: batch, logs
  • on_train_begin and on_train_end expect one positional argument: logs

on_epoch_begin called at the beginning of every epoch.
on_epoch_end called at the end of every epoch.
on_batch_begin called at the beginning of every batch.
on_batch_end called at the end of every batch.
on_train_begin called at the beginning of model training.
on_train_end called at the end of model training.


# Print the batch number at the beginning of every batch.
batch_print_callback = LambdaCallback(
    on_batch_begin=lambda batch,logs: print(batch))

# Stream the epoch loss to a file in JSON format. The file content
# is not well-formed JSON but rather has a JSON object per line.
import json
json_log = open('loss_log.json', mode='wt', buffering=1)
json_logging_callback = LambdaCallback(
    on_epoch_end=lambda epoch, logs: json_log.write(
        json.dumps({'epoch': epoch, 'loss': logs['loss']}) + '\n'),
    on_train_end=lambda logs: json_log.close()

# Terminate some processes after having finished model training.
processes = ...
cleanup_callback = LambdaCallback(
    on_train_end=lambda logs: [
        p.terminate() for p in processes if p.is_alive()])




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