I was using fastbook version 0.0.21 and faced an error regarding plot_function method. The error seemed like
TypeError: linspace() missing 1 required positional arguments: "steps"
On checking the current implementation, I could see that linspace did require an extra “steps” argument which was not passed in current implementation. Hence, the error.
Here is the temporary fix I did to get rid of the error.
def plot_function(f, tx=None, ty=None, title=None, min=-2, max=2, figsize=(6,4)):
x = torch.linspace(min,max, steps=**20**)
#print("These are the stepped points", x)
fig,ax = plt.subplots(figsize=figsize)
if tx is not None: ax.set_xlabel(tx)
if ty is not None: ax.set_ylabel(ty)
if title is not None: ax.set_title(title)
Let me know if this is an actual issue or I missed anything.
I’m getting the same error. Thanks for including the solution!
Like you said, I also checked the documentation and the
steps argument is not included in
To check the documentation:
Hi @jeremy , @muellerzr
Do we need a fix for this issue for this version of fastbook?
Kindly, let me know!
I had also got same error. Many thanks @Amay for above solution .
You saved my day.As fast.ai team should merge your solution into their main branch @fastai_geek
I just double-checked and it’s working for me with the latest version of fastbook. I’ve just pushed another release just in case. Can you upgrade and try again please?
Sure, will try with the upgrade.
Thanks for confirming!!
Thanks for the reply @jeremy
I was having the same issue as @Amay and I believe the latest version you released fixed the problem.
I was able to fix the problem with the following steps:
- Uncomment and run
!pip install -Uqq fastbook in the first cell.
- Restart and run the kernel (I’m using a GPU on Azure ML).
This should fix the
TypeError: linspace() missing 1 required positional arguments: "steps" error from
Hope this helps