Source code for lightning.pytorch.loggers.tensorboard

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TensorBoard Logger

import logging
import os
from argparse import Namespace
from typing import Any, Dict, Optional, Union

from torch import Tensor
from typing_extensions import override

import lightning.pytorch as pl
from lightning.fabric.loggers.tensorboard import _TENSORBOARD_AVAILABLE
from lightning.fabric.loggers.tensorboard import TensorBoardLogger as FabricTensorBoardLogger
from lightning.fabric.utilities.cloud_io import _is_dir
from lightning.fabric.utilities.logger import _convert_params
from lightning.fabric.utilities.types import _PATH
from lightning.pytorch.callbacks import ModelCheckpoint
from lightning.pytorch.core.saving import save_hparams_to_yaml
from lightning.pytorch.loggers.logger import Logger
from lightning.pytorch.utilities.imports import _OMEGACONF_AVAILABLE
from lightning.pytorch.utilities.rank_zero import rank_zero_only, rank_zero_warn

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class TensorBoardLogger(Logger, FabricTensorBoardLogger): r"""Log to local or remote file system in `TensorBoard <>`_ format. Implemented using :class:`~tensorboardX.SummaryWriter`. Logs are saved to ``os.path.join(save_dir, name, version)``. This is the default logger in Lightning, it comes preinstalled. This logger supports logging to remote filesystems via ``fsspec``. Make sure you have it installed and you don't have tensorflow (otherwise it will use instead of fsspec). Example: .. testcode:: :skipif: not _TENSORBOARD_AVAILABLE or not _TENSORBOARDX_AVAILABLE from lightning.pytorch import Trainer from lightning.pytorch.loggers import TensorBoardLogger logger = TensorBoardLogger("tb_logs", name="my_model") trainer = Trainer(logger=logger) Args: save_dir: Save directory name: Experiment name. Defaults to ``'default'``. If it is the empty string then no per-experiment subdirectory is used. version: Experiment version. If version is not specified the logger inspects the save directory for existing versions, then automatically assigns the next available version. If it is a string then it is used as the run-specific subdirectory name, otherwise ``'version_${version}'`` is used. log_graph: Adds the computational graph to tensorboard. This requires that the user has defined the `self.example_input_array` attribute in their model. default_hp_metric: Enables a placeholder metric with key `hp_metric` when `log_hyperparams` is called without a metric (otherwise calls to log_hyperparams without a metric are ignored). prefix: A string to put at the beginning of metric keys. sub_dir: Sub-directory to group TensorBoard logs. If a sub_dir argument is passed then logs are saved in ``/save_dir/name/version/sub_dir/``. Defaults to ``None`` in which logs are saved in ``/save_dir/name/version/``. \**kwargs: Additional arguments used by :class:`tensorboardX.SummaryWriter` can be passed as keyword arguments in this logger. To automatically flush to disk, `max_queue` sets the size of the queue for pending logs before flushing. `flush_secs` determines how many seconds elapses before flushing. """ NAME_HPARAMS_FILE = "hparams.yaml" def __init__( self, save_dir: _PATH, name: Optional[str] = "lightning_logs", version: Optional[Union[int, str]] = None, log_graph: bool = False, default_hp_metric: bool = True, prefix: str = "", sub_dir: Optional[_PATH] = None, **kwargs: Any, ): super().__init__( root_dir=save_dir, name=name, version=version, default_hp_metric=default_hp_metric, prefix=prefix, sub_dir=sub_dir, **kwargs, ) if log_graph and not _TENSORBOARD_AVAILABLE: rank_zero_warn( "You set `TensorBoardLogger(log_graph=True)` but `tensorboard` is not available.\n" f"{str(_TENSORBOARD_AVAILABLE)}" ) self._log_graph = log_graph and _TENSORBOARD_AVAILABLE self.hparams: Union[Dict[str, Any], Namespace] = {} @property @override def root_dir(self) -> str: """Parent directory for all tensorboard checkpoint subdirectories. If the experiment name parameter is an empty string, no experiment subdirectory is used and the checkpoint will be saved in "save_dir/version" """ return os.path.join(super().root_dir, @property @override def log_dir(self) -> str: """The directory for this run's tensorboard checkpoint. By default, it is named ``'version_${self.version}'`` but it can be overridden by passing a string value for the constructor's version parameter instead of ``None`` or an int. """ # create a pseudo standard path ala test-tube version = self.version if isinstance(self.version, str) else f"version_{self.version}" log_dir = os.path.join(self.root_dir, version) if isinstance(self.sub_dir, str): log_dir = os.path.join(log_dir, self.sub_dir) log_dir = os.path.expandvars(log_dir) log_dir = os.path.expanduser(log_dir) return log_dir @property @override def save_dir(self) -> str: """Gets the save directory where the TensorBoard experiments are saved. Returns: The local path to the save directory where the TensorBoard experiments are saved. """ return self._root_dir
[docs] @override @rank_zero_only def log_hyperparams( # type: ignore[override] self, params: Union[Dict[str, Any], Namespace], metrics: Optional[Dict[str, Any]] = None ) -> None: """Record hyperparameters. TensorBoard logs with and without saved hyperparameters are incompatible, the hyperparameters are then not displayed in the TensorBoard. Please delete or move the previously saved logs to display the new ones with hyperparameters. Args: params: a dictionary-like container with the hyperparameters metrics: Dictionary with metric names as keys and measured quantities as values """ if _OMEGACONF_AVAILABLE: from omegaconf import Container, OmegaConf params = _convert_params(params) # store params to output if _OMEGACONF_AVAILABLE and isinstance(params, Container): self.hparams = OmegaConf.merge(self.hparams, params) else: self.hparams.update(params) return super().log_hyperparams(params=params, metrics=metrics)
[docs] @override @rank_zero_only def log_graph( # type: ignore[override] self, model: "pl.LightningModule", input_array: Optional[Tensor] = None ) -> None: if not self._log_graph: return input_array = model.example_input_array if input_array is None else input_array if input_array is None: rank_zero_warn( "Could not log computational graph to TensorBoard: The `model.example_input_array` attribute" " is not set or `input_array` was not given." ) elif not isinstance(input_array, (Tensor, tuple)): rank_zero_warn( "Could not log computational graph to TensorBoard: The `input_array` or `model.example_input_array`" f" has type {type(input_array)} which can't be traced by TensorBoard. Make the input array a tuple" f" representing the positional arguments to the model's `forward()` implementation." ) else: input_array = model._on_before_batch_transfer(input_array) input_array = model._apply_batch_transfer_handler(input_array) with pl.core.module._jit_is_scripting(): self.experiment.add_graph(model, input_array)
[docs] @override @rank_zero_only def save(self) -> None: super().save() dir_path = self.log_dir # prepare the file path hparams_file = os.path.join(dir_path, self.NAME_HPARAMS_FILE) # save the metatags file if it doesn't exist and the log directory exists if _is_dir(self._fs, dir_path) and not self._fs.isfile(hparams_file): save_hparams_to_yaml(hparams_file, self.hparams)
[docs] @override @rank_zero_only def finalize(self, status: str) -> None: super().finalize(status) if status == "success": # saving hparams happens independent of experiment manager
[docs] @override def after_save_checkpoint(self, checkpoint_callback: ModelCheckpoint) -> None: """Called after model checkpoint callback saves a new checkpoint. Args: checkpoint_callback: the model checkpoint callback instance """ pass
@override def _get_next_version(self) -> int: root_dir = self.root_dir try: listdir_info = self._fs.listdir(root_dir) except OSError: log.warning("Missing logger folder: %s", root_dir) return 0 existing_versions = [] for listing in listdir_info: d = listing["name"] bn = os.path.basename(d) if _is_dir(self._fs, d) and bn.startswith("version_"): dir_ver = bn.split("_")[1].replace("/", "") if dir_ver.isdigit(): existing_versions.append(int(dir_ver)) if len(existing_versions) == 0: return 0 return max(existing_versions) + 1