Plot a Keras model

# S3 method for keras.engine.training.Model
plot(
x,
show_shapes = FALSE,
show_dtype = FALSE,
show_layer_names = TRUE,
...,
rankdir = "TB",
expand_nested = FALSE,
dpi = 96,
layer_range = NULL,
show_layer_activations = FALSE,
to_file = NULL
)

## Arguments

x

A Keras model instance

show_shapes

whether to display shape information.

show_dtype

whether to display layer dtypes.

show_layer_names

whether to display layer names.

...

passed on to keras$utils$plot_model(). Used for forward and backward compatibility.

rankdir

a string specifying the format of the plot: 'TB' creates a vertical plot; 'LR' creates a horizontal plot. (argument passed to PyDot)

expand_nested

Whether to expand nested models into clusters.

dpi

Dots per inch. Increase this value if the image text appears excessively pixelated.

layer_range

list containing two character strings, which is the starting layer name and ending layer name (both inclusive) indicating the range of layers for which the plot will be generated. It also accepts regex patterns instead of exact name. In such case, start predicate will be the first element it matches to layer_range[1] and the end predicate will be the last element it matches to layer_range[2]. By default NULL which considers all layers of model. Note that you must pass range such that the resultant subgraph must be complete.

show_layer_activations

Display layer activations (only for layers that have an activation property).

to_file

File name of the plot image. If NULL (the default), the model is drawn on the default graphics device. Otherwise, a file is saved.

## Value

Nothing, called for it's side effects.

## Raises

ValueError: if plot_model is called before the model is built, unless a input_shape = argument was supplied to keras_model_sequential().

## Requirements

This function requires pydot and graphviz. pydot is by default installed by install_keras(), but if you installed tensorflow by other means, you can install pydot directly with :

reticulate::py_install("pydot", pip = TRUE)

In a conda environment, you can install graphviz with:

reticulate::conda_install(packages = "graphviz")
# Restart the R session after install.