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How to import a Keras model into a Vue.js application using Tensorflow.Js

In this Tensorflow.js tutorial I will show how to create a really simple model using Keras, then convert the model and import it into a Vue.js app using tensorflow.js. Above is the vid and below you will find some of the steps followed.
  • There are two projects as show in the video, one written in python that trains the model using Keras, Tensorflow and other libraries. In that project there is also a dockerfile for the tensorflowjs_converter that will be used for converting the model for later use inside the javascript application.

  • And then there is a vue.js project that was created using the Tensorflow.js + Vue.js Starter Template that already has TF.js configured (If you want to see how I created that application you can read the Creating a Tensorflow.js Vue.js Simple Application In Javascript post plus video!).

  • Below are the most important parts from the video:

  1. 1.

    Pre-reqs

    • You need Anaconda with Keras and Tensorflow installed
    • Also node.js installed
      And docker installed (Optional!)
  2. 2.

    Keras/Tensorflow Python project

    • So first you need a model, in this case let's say that you created a model using Keras, you would then need to save it and finally transform it.
    • Create the model
        
      #%% Create the model
      def build_model(x_size, y_size):
          t_model = Sequential()
          t_model.add(Dense(x_size, input_shape=(x_size,)))
      
          t_model.compile(loss='mean_squared_error',
              optimizer='sgd',
              metrics=[metrics.mae])
          return(t_model)
      
      model = build_model(X_train.shape[1], y_train.shape[1])
        
      
    • Train the model
        
      history = model.fit(X_train, y_train,
          batch_size=batch_size,
          epochs=epochs,
          shuffle=True,
          verbose=2,
          validation_data=(X_test, y_test),
          callbacks=keras_callbacks)
        
      
    • And save the model
        
      model.save('./model/model.h5')
        
      
  3. 3.

    Convert the model using the tfjs Converter

    • If you have Docker installed, first build the image
        
      docker build -t tf-converter .
        
      
    • And finally use the tensorflow.js converter container giving it the path to the current keras model and the path for the converted model
        
      docker run -it --rm --name tf-converter -v "$(pwd)":/workdir tf-converter
                                            --input_format keras \
                                            ./model/-scaled-categorical/model.h5 \
                                            ./shared/model
        
      
    • If you don't have docker :(, you first need to install tensorflow.js
        
      pip install tensorflowjs
        
      
    • And then as before use the tensorflowjs_converter command
        
      tensorflowjs_converter --input_format keras \
                             ./model/-scaled-categorical/model.h5 \
                             ./shared/model
        
      
  4. 4.

    Vue.js + Tensorflow Javascript project

    • Load the model
        
      that.model = await tf.loadModel('/shared/model/model.json');
        
      
    • And then you can just take the inputs, transform them into a tensor and then predict the output
        
      
          predictValue(inputs) {
            const tfarray = tf.tensor2d(inputs, [1, inputs.length]);
            const prediction = this.model.predict(tfarray);
      
            prediction.print();
      
            return prediction.get(0, 0);
          }
        
      
  5. 5.

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