I was wondering if there is a way to get access to the encoder embedding after training the model. Currently I’m trying to use the model on an unsupervised case, meaning loading the encoder to a classifier model (as in the class notebook) won’t do. Is there a way to simply extract that information from the saved encoder?
Thanks in advance.
first load the encoder (by running learner.load(…)), and then extract the weights from the first layer like this:
m = learner.model
layers = list(m.children())
Thanks a lot for the code, will give it a try!
Say, what would the most efficient way of doing it if I’ve already closed the session (but saved the encoder on disk)? Would I need to recreate the md object through the LanguageModelData command?
I seem to have managed using the torch.load function on the model and then accessing the 0.encoder.weights object and used the same command to load the encoder weights!
I am sorry for the barrage of messages, I’m really new in pytorch and fastai and some things are not so clear. I will probably go read the documentations after this but wanted to add a question nonetheless.
Apart from the ‘encoder.weight’ matrix that I extracted there is another matrix called ‘encoder_with_dropout.embed.weight’. I’m not really clear what this is or if I should be extracting this one instead. Does the model save two versions of this?
Again, apologize if these are obvious to most of you.
Hi @MatthiasBachfischer I am looking for the embedings for a text description from the pretrained model , can you help me with that . I am new to fastai and pytorch…?