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A recipe is a ready-to-run application that trains a deep learning model by combining a model architecture, trainer, config, etc that you can easily run, modify, or extend. Recipes run on everything from local development environments on your laptop, to large scale clusters. They enable quick experimentation through configuration, and a good starting place to extend the code by forking when more extensive changes are needed.
We provide a number of out-of-the-box recipes across popular domains (vision, NLP, etc) and tasks (image, text classification, etc) that you can use immediately or as a starting point for further work.
Getting started with training machine learning models is a lot easier if you can start with something that already runs, instead of having to write all the glue code yourself.
Machine learning, whether for research or production training, requires working with a number of components like training loops or frameworks, configuration/hyper-parameter parsing, model architectures, data loading, etc. Recipes provide production-ready examples for common tasks that can be easily modified. A recipe at a high-level integrates these modular components so that you can modify the ones that matter for your problem!
We focus our recipes on providing consistent, high-quality baselines that accurately reproduce research papers.
We recommend Anaconda as Python package management system. Please refer to pytorch.org for the detail of PyTorch (torch) installation.
pip install torchrecipes
torchrecipes from source, please run the following commands:
git clone https://github.com/facebookresearch/recipes.git && cd recipes pip install -e .
A recipe is a Python application that you can run directly or customize:
main.py: the entrypoint to start training. The script name doesn't matter and might be different in various recipes.
conf/: Hydra configuration for the training job (including defaults)
module/: the model implementation for pytorch-lightning based recipes
data_module/: the data loading/processing implementation for pytorch-lightning based recipes
tests/: tests for recipe
By default each recipe supports changing common things via configuration files like hyper-parameters as well as changing the model that is loaded itself (e.g. change from
ResNet52). For research and experimentation, you can also override any of the functionality directly by modifying the model, training loop, etc.
We welcome PRs! See the CONTRIBUTING file.
TorchRecipes is BSD licensed, as found in the LICENSE file.