[Computer-go] Using gogui to visualize a CNN for move prediction
denis.blumstein at orange.fr
Sat Jan 9 03:21:22 PST 2016
Maybe you can also have a look at the michi-c code to see how gogui
analyze commands can be used https://github.com/db3108/michi-c2 (code in C).
Look for the function display_live_gfx() (in ui.c where it is defined
and in michi.c where it is used) and also in the doc/manual.html to see
the results of the implemented commands.
On 09/01/2016 10:32, Rémi Coulom wrote:
> Use gogui itself, and check gogui analyze commands:
> You can see an example there:
> On 01/09/2016 05:31 AM, Justin .Gilmer wrote:
>> I've trained a deep CNN for move prediction and would like to
>> visualize it using gogui (or a python library if anyone knows of
>> one!). I have gogui installed and have a somewhat decent
>> understanding of the go text protocol, although this is my first time
>> trying to use it. I'm not looking to have my CNN play another
>> program, instead I'd like to iterate through an existing sgf file and
>> view the model probablities at each state of the game. So, I'm trying
>> to write a python script which can communicate with gogui but I'm
>> getting confused with which gogui executable from the list below I
>> should be using:
>> gogui-adapter gogui-convert gogui-dummy gogui-server
>> gogui-terminal gogui-twogtp
>> gogui gogui-client gogui-display gogui-regress gogui-statistics
>> I assume one of these should just wait for the program to give a
>> bunch of genmove commands? Seems like gogui-regress is what I want? I
>> see no documentation on how to use this on
>> http://gogui.sourceforge.net/doc/index.html and the provided help
>> isn't very helpful. Hoping someone on this mailing list has used
>> gogui before :).
>> Am I missing anything? Is there any easier way to visualize my model?
>> Many thanks!
>> -Justin Gilmer
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