Anna KaRNNa

In this notebook, I'll build a character-wise RNN trained on Anna Karenina, one of my all-time favorite books. It'll be able to generate new text based on the text from the book.

This network is based off of Andrej Karpathy's post on RNNs and implementation in Torch. Also, some information here at r2rt and from Sherjil Ozair on GitHub. Below is the general architecture of the character-wise RNN.

In [3]:
import time
from collections import namedtuple

import numpy as np
import tensorflow as tf

First we'll load the text file and convert it into integers for our network to use.

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with open('anna.txt', 'r') as f:
vocab = set(text)
vocab_to_int = {c: i for i, c in enumerate(vocab)}
int_to_vocab = dict(enumerate(vocab))
chars = np.array([vocab_to_int[c] for c in text], dtype=np.int32)

In [5]:

'Chapter 1\n\n\nHappy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own\nway.\n\nEverythin'

In [6]:

array([61,  2, 34, 18, 38, 50, 37, 25, 16, 72, 72, 72, 15, 34, 18, 18, 56,
       25, 26, 34, 42, 22, 17, 22, 50, 41, 25, 34, 37, 50, 25, 34, 17, 17,
       25, 34, 17, 22, 44, 50, 49, 25, 50, 69, 50, 37, 56, 25, 39, 35,  2,
       34, 18, 18, 56, 25, 26, 34, 42, 22, 17, 56, 25, 22, 41, 25, 39, 35,
        2, 34, 18, 18, 56, 25, 22, 35, 25, 22, 38, 41, 25, 11, 60, 35, 72,
       60, 34, 56, 73, 72, 72, 31, 69, 50, 37, 56, 38,  2, 22, 35], dtype=int32)

Now I need to split up the data into batches, and into training and validation sets. I should be making a test set here, but I'm not going to worry about that. My test will be if the network can generate new text.

Here I'll make both input and target arrays. The targets are the same as the inputs, except shifted one character over. I'll also drop the last bit of data so that I'll only have completely full batches.

The idea here is to make a 2D matrix where the number of rows is equal to the number of batches. Each row will be one long concatenated string from the character data. We'll split this data into a training set and validation set using the split_frac keyword. This will keep 90% of the batches in the training set, the other 10% in the validation set.

In [7]:
def split_data(chars, batch_size, num_steps, split_frac=0.9):
    Split character data into training and validation sets, inputs and targets for each set.
    chars: character array
    batch_size: Size of examples in each of batch
    num_steps: Number of sequence steps to keep in the input and pass to the network
    split_frac: Fraction of batches to keep in the training set
    Returns train_x, train_y, val_x, val_y
    slice_size = batch_size * num_steps
    n_batches = int(len(chars) / slice_size)
    # Drop the last few characters to make only full batches
    x = chars[: n_batches*slice_size]
    y = chars[1: n_batches*slice_size + 1]
    # Split the data into batch_size slices, then stack them into a 2D matrix 
    x = np.stack(np.split(x, batch_size))
    y = np.stack(np.split(y, batch_size))
    # Now x and y are arrays with dimensions batch_size x n_batches*num_steps
    # Split into training and validation sets, keep the virst split_frac batches for training
    split_idx = int(n_batches*split_frac)
    train_x, train_y= x[:, :split_idx*num_steps], y[:, :split_idx*num_steps]
    val_x, val_y = x[:, split_idx*num_steps:], y[:, split_idx*num_steps:]
    return train_x, train_y, val_x, val_y

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train_x, train_y, val_x, val_y = split_data(chars, 10, 200)

In [9]:

(10, 178400)

In [10]:

array([[61,  2, 34, 18, 38, 50, 37, 25, 16, 72],
       [19, 35,  9, 25,  2, 50, 25, 42, 11, 69],
       [25, 23, 34, 38, 23,  2, 22, 35, 28, 25],
       [11, 38,  2, 50, 37, 25, 60, 11, 39, 17],
       [25, 38,  2, 50, 25, 17, 34, 35,  9, 12],
       [25, 13,  2, 37, 11, 39, 28,  2, 25, 17],
       [38, 25, 38, 11, 72,  9, 11, 73, 72, 72],
       [11, 25,  2, 50, 37, 41, 50, 17, 26, 63],
       [ 2, 34, 38, 25, 22, 41, 25, 38,  2, 50],
       [50, 37, 41, 50, 17, 26, 25, 34, 35,  9]], dtype=int32)

I'll write another function to grab batches out of the arrays made by split data. Here each batch will be a sliding window on these arrays with size batch_size X num_steps. For example, if we want our network to train on a sequence of 100 characters, num_steps = 100. For the next batch, we'll shift this window the next sequence of num_steps characters. In this way we can feed batches to the network and the cell states will continue through on each batch.

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def get_batch(arrs, num_steps):
    batch_size, slice_size = arrs[0].shape
    n_batches = int(slice_size/num_steps)
    for b in range(n_batches):
        yield [x[:, b*num_steps: (b+1)*num_steps] for x in arrs]

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def build_rnn(num_classes, batch_size=50, num_steps=50, lstm_size=128, num_layers=2,
              learning_rate=0.001, grad_clip=5, sampling=False):
    if sampling == True:
        batch_size, num_steps = 1, 1

    # Declare placeholders we'll feed into the graph
    with tf.name_scope('inputs'):
        inputs = tf.placeholder(tf.int32, [batch_size, num_steps], name='inputs')
        x_one_hot = tf.one_hot(inputs, num_classes, name='x_one_hot')
    with tf.name_scope('targets'):
        targets = tf.placeholder(tf.int32, [batch_size, num_steps], name='targets')
        y_one_hot = tf.one_hot(targets, num_classes, name='y_one_hot')
        y_reshaped = tf.reshape(y_one_hot, [-1, num_classes])
    keep_prob = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, name='keep_prob')
    # Build the RNN layers
    with tf.name_scope("RNN_layers"):
        lstm = tf.contrib.rnn.BasicLSTMCell(lstm_size)
        drop = tf.contrib.rnn.DropoutWrapper(lstm, output_keep_prob=keep_prob)
        cell = tf.contrib.rnn.MultiRNNCell([drop] * num_layers)
    with tf.name_scope("RNN_init_state"):
        initial_state = cell.zero_state(batch_size, tf.float32)

    # Run the data through the RNN layers
    with tf.name_scope("RNN_forward"):
        rnn_inputs = [tf.squeeze(i, squeeze_dims=[1]) for i in tf.split(x_one_hot, num_steps, 1)]
        outputs, state = tf.contrib.rnn.static_rnn(cell, rnn_inputs, initial_state=initial_state)
    final_state = state
    # Reshape output so it's a bunch of rows, one row for each cell output
    with tf.name_scope('sequence_reshape'):
        seq_output = tf.concat(outputs, axis=1,name='seq_output')
        output = tf.reshape(seq_output, [-1, lstm_size], name='graph_output')
    # Now connect the RNN putputs to a softmax layer and calculate the cost
    with tf.name_scope('logits'):
        softmax_w = tf.Variable(tf.truncated_normal((lstm_size, num_classes), stddev=0.1),
        softmax_b = tf.Variable(tf.zeros(num_classes), name='softmax_b')
        logits = tf.matmul(output, softmax_w) + softmax_b

    with tf.name_scope('predictions'):
        preds = tf.nn.softmax(logits, name='predictions')
    with tf.name_scope('cost'):
        loss = tf.nn.softmax_cross_entropy_with_logits(logits=logits, labels=y_reshaped, name='loss')
        cost = tf.reduce_mean(loss, name='cost')

    # Optimizer for training, using gradient clipping to control exploding gradients
    with tf.name_scope('train'):
        tvars = tf.trainable_variables()
        grads, _ = tf.clip_by_global_norm(tf.gradients(cost, tvars), grad_clip)
        train_op = tf.train.AdamOptimizer(learning_rate)
        optimizer = train_op.apply_gradients(zip(grads, tvars))
    # Export the nodes 
    export_nodes = ['inputs', 'targets', 'initial_state', 'final_state',
                    'keep_prob', 'cost', 'preds', 'optimizer']
    Graph = namedtuple('Graph', export_nodes)
    local_dict = locals()
    graph = Graph(*[local_dict[each] for each in export_nodes])
    return graph


Here I'm defining the hyperparameters for the network. The two you probably haven't seen before are lstm_size and num_layers. These set the number of hidden units in the LSTM layers and the number of LSTM layers, respectively. Of course, making these bigger will improve the network's performance but you'll have to watch out for overfitting. If your validation loss is much larger than the training loss, you're probably overfitting. Decrease the size of the network or decrease the dropout keep probability.

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batch_size = 100
num_steps = 100
lstm_size = 512
num_layers = 2
learning_rate = 0.001

Write out the graph for TensorBoard

In [14]:
model = build_rnn(len(vocab), 

with tf.Session() as sess:
    file_writer = tf.summary.FileWriter('./logs/3', sess.graph)


Time for training which is is pretty straightforward. Here I pass in some data, and get an LSTM state back. Then I pass that state back in to the network so the next batch can continue the state from the previous batch. And every so often (set by save_every_n) I calculate the validation loss and save a checkpoint.

In [12]:
!mkdir -p checkpoints/anna

In [15]:
epochs = 10
save_every_n = 200
train_x, train_y, val_x, val_y = split_data(chars, batch_size, num_steps)

model = build_rnn(len(vocab), 

saver = tf.train.Saver(max_to_keep=100)

with tf.Session() as sess:
    # Use the line below to load a checkpoint and resume training
    #saver.restore(sess, 'checkpoints/anna20.ckpt')
    n_batches = int(train_x.shape[1]/num_steps)
    iterations = n_batches * epochs
    for e in range(epochs):
        # Train network
        new_state =
        loss = 0
        for b, (x, y) in enumerate(get_batch([train_x, train_y], num_steps), 1):
            iteration = e*n_batches + b
            start = time.time()
            feed = {model.inputs: x,
                    model.targets: y,
                    model.keep_prob: 0.5,
                    model.initial_state: new_state}
            batch_loss, new_state, _ =[model.cost, model.final_state, model.optimizer], 
            loss += batch_loss
            end = time.time()
            print('Epoch {}/{} '.format(e+1, epochs),
                  'Iteration {}/{}'.format(iteration, iterations),
                  'Training loss: {:.4f}'.format(loss/b),
                  '{:.4f} sec/batch'.format((end-start)))
            if (iteration%save_every_n == 0) or (iteration == iterations):
                # Check performance, notice dropout has been set to 1
                val_loss = []
                new_state =
                for x, y in get_batch([val_x, val_y], num_steps):
                    feed = {model.inputs: x,
                            model.targets: y,
                            model.keep_prob: 1.,
                            model.initial_state: new_state}
                    batch_loss, new_state =[model.cost, model.final_state], feed_dict=feed)

                print('Validation loss:', np.mean(val_loss),
                      'Saving checkpoint!')
      , "checkpoints/anna/i{}_l{}_{:.3f}.ckpt".format(iteration, lstm_size, np.mean(val_loss)))

Epoch 1/10  Iteration 1/1780 Training loss: 4.4195 1.3313 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 2/1780 Training loss: 4.3756 0.1287 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 3/1780 Training loss: 4.2069 0.1276 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 4/1780 Training loss: 4.5396 0.1185 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 5/1780 Training loss: 4.4190 0.1206 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 6/1780 Training loss: 4.3547 0.1233 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 7/1780 Training loss: 4.2792 0.1188 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 8/1780 Training loss: 4.2018 0.1170 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 9/1780 Training loss: 4.1251 0.1187 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 10/1780 Training loss: 4.0558 0.1174 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 11/1780 Training loss: 3.9946 0.1190 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 12/1780 Training loss: 3.9451 0.1193 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 13/1780 Training loss: 3.9011 0.1210 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 14/1780 Training loss: 3.8632 0.1185 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 15/1780 Training loss: 3.8275 0.1199 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 16/1780 Training loss: 3.7945 0.1211 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 17/1780 Training loss: 3.7649 0.1215 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 18/1780 Training loss: 3.7400 0.1214 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 19/1780 Training loss: 3.7164 0.1247 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 20/1780 Training loss: 3.6933 0.1212 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 21/1780 Training loss: 3.6728 0.1203 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 22/1780 Training loss: 3.6538 0.1207 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 23/1780 Training loss: 3.6359 0.1200 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 24/1780 Training loss: 3.6198 0.1229 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 25/1780 Training loss: 3.6041 0.1204 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 26/1780 Training loss: 3.5904 0.1202 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 27/1780 Training loss: 3.5774 0.1189 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 28/1780 Training loss: 3.5642 0.1214 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 29/1780 Training loss: 3.5522 0.1231 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 30/1780 Training loss: 3.5407 0.1199 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 31/1780 Training loss: 3.5309 0.1180 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 32/1780 Training loss: 3.5207 0.1179 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 33/1780 Training loss: 3.5109 0.1224 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 34/1780 Training loss: 3.5021 0.1206 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 35/1780 Training loss: 3.4931 0.1241 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 36/1780 Training loss: 3.4850 0.1169 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 37/1780 Training loss: 3.4767 0.1204 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 38/1780 Training loss: 3.4688 0.1202 sec/batch
Epoch 1/10  Iteration 39/1780 Training loss: 3.4611 0.1213 sec/batch
KeyboardInterrupt                         Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-15-09fa3beeed23> in <module>()
     33                     model.initial_state: new_state}
     34             batch_loss, new_state, _ =[model.cost, model.final_state, model.optimizer], 
---> 35                                                  feed_dict=feed)
     36             loss += batch_loss
     37             end = time.time()

/home/mat/miniconda3/envs/tf-gpu/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tensorflow/python/client/ in run(self, fetches, feed_dict, options, run_metadata)
    765     try:
    766       result = self._run(None, fetches, feed_dict, options_ptr,
--> 767                          run_metadata_ptr)
    768       if run_metadata:
    769         proto_data = tf_session.TF_GetBuffer(run_metadata_ptr)

/home/mat/miniconda3/envs/tf-gpu/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tensorflow/python/client/ in _run(self, handle, fetches, feed_dict, options, run_metadata)
    963     if final_fetches or final_targets:
    964       results = self._do_run(handle, final_targets, final_fetches,
--> 965                              feed_dict_string, options, run_metadata)
    966     else:
    967       results = []

/home/mat/miniconda3/envs/tf-gpu/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tensorflow/python/client/ in _do_run(self, handle, target_list, fetch_list, feed_dict, options, run_metadata)
   1013     if handle is None:
   1014       return self._do_call(_run_fn, self._session, feed_dict, fetch_list,
-> 1015                            target_list, options, run_metadata)
   1016     else:
   1017       return self._do_call(_prun_fn, self._session, handle, feed_dict,

/home/mat/miniconda3/envs/tf-gpu/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tensorflow/python/client/ in _do_call(self, fn, *args)
   1020   def _do_call(self, fn, *args):
   1021     try:
-> 1022       return fn(*args)
   1023     except errors.OpError as e:
   1024       message = compat.as_text(e.message)

/home/mat/miniconda3/envs/tf-gpu/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tensorflow/python/client/ in _run_fn(session, feed_dict, fetch_list, target_list, options, run_metadata)
   1002         return tf_session.TF_Run(session, options,
   1003                                  feed_dict, fetch_list, target_list,
-> 1004                                  status, run_metadata)
   1006     def _prun_fn(session, handle, feed_dict, fetch_list):


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model_checkpoint_path: "checkpoints/anna/i3560_l512_1.122.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i200_l512_2.432.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i400_l512_1.980.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i600_l512_1.750.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i800_l512_1.595.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i1000_l512_1.484.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i1200_l512_1.407.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i1400_l512_1.349.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i1600_l512_1.292.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i1800_l512_1.255.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i2000_l512_1.224.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i2200_l512_1.204.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i2400_l512_1.187.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i2600_l512_1.172.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i2800_l512_1.160.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i3000_l512_1.148.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i3200_l512_1.137.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i3400_l512_1.129.ckpt"
all_model_checkpoint_paths: "checkpoints/anna/i3560_l512_1.122.ckpt"


Now that the network is trained, we'll can use it to generate new text. The idea is that we pass in a character, then the network will predict the next character. We can use the new one, to predict the next one. And we keep doing this to generate all new text. I also included some functionality to prime the network with some text by passing in a string and building up a state from that.

The network gives us predictions for each character. To reduce noise and make things a little less random, I'm going to only choose a new character from the top N most likely characters.

In [17]:
def pick_top_n(preds, vocab_size, top_n=5):
    p = np.squeeze(preds)
    p[np.argsort(p)[:-top_n]] = 0
    p = p / np.sum(p)
    c = np.random.choice(vocab_size, 1, p=p)[0]
    return c

In [41]:
def sample(checkpoint, n_samples, lstm_size, vocab_size, prime="The "):
    prime = "Far"
    samples = [c for c in prime]
    model = build_rnn(vocab_size, lstm_size=lstm_size, sampling=True)
    saver = tf.train.Saver()
    with tf.Session() as sess:
        saver.restore(sess, checkpoint)
        new_state =
        for c in prime:
            x = np.zeros((1, 1))
            x[0,0] = vocab_to_int[c]
            feed = {model.inputs: x,
                    model.keep_prob: 1.,
                    model.initial_state: new_state}
            preds, new_state =[model.preds, model.final_state], 

        c = pick_top_n(preds, len(vocab))

        for i in range(n_samples):
            x[0,0] = c
            feed = {model.inputs: x,
                    model.keep_prob: 1.,
                    model.initial_state: new_state}
            preds, new_state =[model.preds, model.final_state], 

            c = pick_top_n(preds, len(vocab))
    return ''.join(samples)

In [44]:
checkpoint = "checkpoints/anna/i3560_l512_1.122.ckpt"
samp = sample(checkpoint, 2000, lstm_size, len(vocab), prime="Far")

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my children, and there is an almost this arm, true it mays already,
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hold--the children. 

In [43]:
checkpoint = "checkpoints/anna/i200_l512_2.432.ckpt"
samp = sample(checkpoint, 1000, lstm_size, len(vocab), prime="Far")

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In [46]:
checkpoint = "checkpoints/anna/i600_l512_1.750.ckpt"
samp = sample(checkpoint, 1000, lstm_size, len(vocab), prime="Far")

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In [47]:
checkpoint = "checkpoints/anna/i1000_l512_1.484.ckpt"
samp = sample(checkpoint, 1000, lstm_size, len(vocab), prime="Far")

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