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Classify requires at least 3 arguments

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Hi,
I am having trouble when trying to use the "classify" function to evaluate the performance of my neural network.
I am using the following code:
net = load('mynet.mat'); %this returns my previsouly trained SeriesNetwork object
test_folder = './test_data';
test_images = imageDatastore(test_folder,'FileExtensions','.jpg');
[Y,scores] = classify(net,test_images);
But the classify function throws me an error that it requires at least 3 arguments, which means it is trying to use the classify function from the statistics package.
What can I make do force the use of the classify from the deep learning package?
Thanks,
Raphael

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 1 Nov 2018
Edited: Walter Roberson on 5 Nov 2018
net = load('mynet.mat'); %this returns my previsouly trained SeriesNetwork object
Not exactly. The output of load applied to a mat file, is a struct that has one field for each variable loaded. So you would need net.net where the first net is the struct returned from load and the second is the variable loaded.

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Raphael Ruschel
Raphael Ruschel on 1 Nov 2018
That was indeed the case! I can't believe I let that simple mistake pass unnoticed. Thank you so much!
xie shipley
xie shipley on 28 Jan 2019
Hi Walter:
I got the same ERROR: ‘ERROR using classify, Requires at least three arguments’
while using
net =importKerasLayers(modelfile,...
'ImportWeights',true,...
'WeightsFile',weightfile,...
'OutputLayerType','Classification')
%net input size is (29,13,1)
input=zeros(29,13)
predict=classify(net, input)
Could you give me some advice?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 28 Jan 2019
Keras layers are not a trained network . They are more instructions on how to train a network . You need to pass an imagestore and the layers to trainNetwork to create a net to use with classify.

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Alaa ElDin ElHilaly
Alaa ElDin ElHilaly on 22 Jan 2019
I face the same problem. would you please elaborate more about your suggested solution. I have trained the network and keeps giving me (required at least 3 arguments)

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 22 Jan 2019
When you load() a .mat file and you assign to output, the output is not directly any of the variables saved in the .mat file. Instead the output is a struct with one field for each variable loaded from the .mat file. For example if the .mat file contained the variables 'puppy' and 'butterfly', then
net = load('mynet.mat');
is not going to directly store puppy or butterfly in net, and it is not going to store into variables named puppy and butterfly in the environment of the function. Instead net would become a struct with fields named puppy and butterfly and net.puppy would hold whatever was in the puppy variable in mynet.mat

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hana razak
hana razak on 19 Feb 2019
Hi,
Me too. I've got same ERROR when using webcam to classify the fast RCNN
camera = videoinput('winvideo', 2, 'MJPG_1024x576');
net = load('detector200.mat');
while true
picture = getsnapshot(camera);
picture = imresize(picture,[150,150]);
label = classify(net, picture);
image(picture);
title(char(label));
drawnow;
end
Here are the errors,
Error using classify (line 123)
Requires at least three arguments.
Error in webcam_object_classification (line 7)
label = classify(net, picture);
I've tried net.net as suggested in command window and it showed this,
>> net.detector200
ans =
fasterRCNNObjectDetector with properties:
ModelName: 'normal'
Network: [1×1 vision.cnn.FastRCNN]
RegionProposalNetwork: [1×1 vision.cnn.RegionProposalNetwork]
MinBoxSizes: [39 30]
BoxPyramidScale: 1.2000
NumBoxPyramidLevels: 14
ClassNames: {'normal' 'abnormal' 'Background'}
MinObjectSize: [18 18]
BUT I don't know how to use it in the code.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 19 Feb 2019
label = classify(net.detector200, picture);
hana razak
hana razak on 20 Feb 2019
It didn't work. I got the same error.
Is there any other solution?
Thank you

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Kinjal Joshi
Kinjal Joshi on 19 Dec 2019
net=patternnet(10);
[net,tr]=train(net,trainoflow,op);
[ypred,scores]=classify(net,testoflow);
The above code give me error at classify function that Requires atleast three arguments. trainoflow is training features,testoflow is testdata features and op is train data labels.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 19 Dec 2019
patternnet() does not support a classify() function. To invoke the network on testoflow, use it by name:
ypred = net(testoflow);
to get scores, you might want to use perform()

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