|TensorFlow 1 version||View source on GitHub|
Write a scalar summary.
tf.summary.scalar( name, data, step=None, description=None )
Used in the notebooks
|Used in the guide||Used in the tutorials|
Writes simple numeric values for later analysis in TensorBoard. Writes go to
the current default summary writer. Each summary point is associated with an
step value. This enables the incremental logging of time series
data. A common usage of this API is to log loss during training to produce
a loss curve.
test_summary_writer = tf.summary.create_file_writer('test/logdir') with test_summary_writer.as_default(): tf.summary.scalar('loss', 0.345, step=1) tf.summary.scalar('loss', 0.234, step=2) tf.summary.scalar('loss', 0.123, step=3)
Multiple independent time series may be logged by giving each series a unique
In general, this API expects that data points are logged iwth a monotonically increasing step value. Duplicate points for a single step or points logged out of order by step are not guaranteed to display as desired in TensorBoard.
||A name for this summary. The summary tag used for TensorBoard will be this name prefixed by any active name scopes.|
A real numeric scalar value, convertible to a
Optional long-form description for this summary, as a
|True on success, or false if no summary was writ|