[Computer-go] Using gogui to visualize a CNN for move prediction

Julian Schrittwieser j.schrittwieser at gmail.com
Sat Jan 9 16:56:38 PST 2016


Yes, but afaik you have to separate them by newlines, not spaces.
On Jan 10, 2016 00:01, "Justin .Gilmer" <jmgilmer at gmail.com> wrote:

> Perhaps influence is not the best name for the command, but it is just a name and not the issue I'm having.
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> "- 2. Each of these commands must provides their answer in the format
> defined by the first parameter in the response line gogui-analyze-command"
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> My config file defines the following command: *dboard/Influence/influence*
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> I have verified that gogui sends my program the influence command, the issue is with the format of the response. The gogui documention for dboard says the following:
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> "dboard
> The response of the command is a board of floating point numbers that represent influence data. They will be displayed as black (positive) and white (negative) squares on the board. The maximum size of a square is such that the corner would touch the edge of a stone on that field; the edge length of the square is proportional to the floating point number. The numbers are expected to be between -1 and 1."
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> This is what I'm not understanding, what is the expected format for " a board of floating point numbers". Do I just list 19*19 floating point numbers separated by spaces? Do I list like "A1 .7 A2 .5 A3 ..."?
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> Thank you for your help.
>
> -Justin
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