## What is metrics in compile?

A metric is a function that is used to judge the performance of your model. Metric functions are similar to loss functions, except that the results from evaluating a metric are not used when training the model. Note that you may use any loss function as a metric.

**How do you use multiple metrics in model compile?**

You can pass several metrics by comma separating them.

- from keras import metrics model.compile(loss=’mean_squared_error’, optimizer=’sgd’, metrics=[metrics.mae, metrics.categorical_accuracy])
- keras.metrics.binary_accuracy(y_true, y_pred, threshold=0.5)
- keras.metrics.top_k_categorical_accuracy(y_true, y_pred, k=5)

### What are the metrics in keras?

Keras Regression Metrics

- Mean Squared Error: mean_squared_error, MSE or mse.
- Mean Absolute Error: mean_absolute_error, MAE, mae.
- Mean Absolute Percentage Error: mean_absolute_percentage_error, MAPE, mape.
- Cosine Proximity: cosine_proximity, cosine.

**What is metrics in deep learning?**

They’re used to train a machine learning model (using some kind of optimization like Gradient Descent), and they’re usually differentiable in the model’s parameters. Metrics are used to monitor and measure the performance of a model (during training and testing), and don’t need to be differentiable.

## What does model compile do?

What does compile do? Compile defines the loss function, the optimizer and the metrics. That’s all. It has nothing to do with the weights and you can compile a model as many times as you want without causing any problem to pretrained weights.

**What are model metrics?**

Metrics like accuracy, precision, recall are good ways to evaluate classification models for balanced datasets, but if the data is imbalanced and there’s a class disparity, then other methods like ROC/AUC, Gini coefficient perform better in evaluating the model performance.

### What is Y_true and Y_pred?

The tensor y_true is the true data (or target, ground truth) you pass to the fit method. It’s a conversion of the numpy array y_train into a tensor. The tensor y_pred is the data predicted (calculated, output) by your model.

**What is metric Tensorflow?**

class Metric : Encapsulates metric logic and state. class Poisson : Computes the Poisson metric between y_true and y_pred . class Precision : Computes the precision of the predictions with respect to the labels. class PrecisionAtRecall : Computes best precision where recall is >= specified value.

## How are metrics used in machine learning?

Different performance metrics are used to evaluate different Machine Learning Algorithms. We can use classification performance metrics such as Log-Loss, Accuracy, AUC(Area under Curve) etc.

**What is model compile in CNN?**

Compiling the model takes three parameters: optimizer, loss and metrics. The optimizer controls the learning rate. We will be using ‘adam’ as our optmizer. Adam is generally a good optimizer to use for many cases. The adam optimizer adjusts the learning rate throughout training.

### What is model compile optimizer?

Usage with compile() & fit() An optimizer is one of the two arguments required for compiling a Keras model: from tensorflow import keras from tensorflow.keras import layers model = keras. Sequential() model.

**How do I use metrics in the compile () method?**

The compile () method takes a metrics argument, which is a list of metrics: model.compile(optimizer=’adam’, loss=’mean_squared_error’, metrics=[ metrics.MeanSquaredError(), metrics.AUC(), ]) Metric values are displayed during fit () and logged to the History object returned by fit (). They are also returned by model.evaluate ().

## What is a metric?

A metric is a function that is used to judge the performance of your model. Metric functions are similar to loss functions, except that the results from evaluating a metric are not used when training the model. Note that you may use any loss function as a metric. The compile () method takes a metrics argument, which is a list of metrics:

**How to import metrics before using metrics in keras model?**

Import the metrics module before using metrics as specified below − Keras model provides a method, compile () to compile the model. The argument and default value of the compile () method is as follows The important arguments are as follows − Models are trained by NumPy arrays using fit ().

### What are the concepts required to better understand the compilation process?

Let us learn few concepts required to better understand the compilation process. In machine learning, Loss function is used to find error or deviation in the learning process. Keras requires loss function during model compilation process. Keras provides quite a few loss function in the losses module and they are as follows −