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Callback to save the Keras model or model weights at some frequency.
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tf.keras.callbacks.ModelCheckpoint( filepath, monitor='val_loss', verbose=0, save_best_only=False, save_weights_only=False, mode='auto', save_freq='epoch', options=None, **kwargs )
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ModelCheckpoint callback is used in conjunction with training using
model.fit() to save a model or weights (in a checkpoint file) at some
interval, so the model or weights can be loaded later to continue the training
from the state saved.
A few options this callback provides include:
- Whether to only keep the model that has achieved the "best performance" so far, or whether to save the model at the end of every epoch regardless of performance.
- Definition of 'best'; which quantity to monitor and whether it should be maximized or minimized.
- The frequency it should save at. Currently, the callback supports saving at the end of every epoch, or after a fixed number of training batches.
- Whether only weights are saved, or the whole model is saved.
model.compile(loss=..., optimizer=..., metrics=['accuracy']) EPOCHS = 10 checkpoint_filepath = '/tmp/checkpoint' model_checkpoint_callback = tf.keras.callbacks.ModelCheckpoint( filepath=checkpoint_filepath, save_weights_only=True, monitor='val_accuracy', mode='max', save_best_only=True) # Model weights are saved at the end of every epoch, if it's the best seen # so far. model.fit(epochs=EPOCHS, callbacks=[model_checkpoint_callback]) # The model weights (that are considered the best) are loaded into the model. model.load_weights(checkpoint_filepath)
The metric name to monitor. Typically the metrics are set by the