Commit c548446f authored by Nicholas Passantino's avatar Nicholas Passantino
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readme update and file name fix

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1. Access the ACET machines directly or through SSH (e.g. `ssh`)
2. Run the command `module switch python/3.7-deeplearn` to load in all needed libraries and packages
3. Navigate to `src` folder and execute `./` to install (or more likely just downgrade) versions of tensorflow, keras, and many other modules that have specific version requirements to run Mask R-CNN
3. Navigate to `/bn-hpc/data/DeepMedIA`
4. Run a Jupyter instance. I use the command `jupyter lab --ip= --no-browser --allow-root --NotebookApp.token='' --NotebookApp.password='' --FileCheckpoints.checkpoint_dir='/home/abc123/jup-checkpoints/`, with `abc123` replaced with my Bucknell user ID. This will require a `jup-checkpoints` directory in your user home folder to already exist - if it doesn't, create it. The custom checkpoint directory a requirement
5. (_Optional_) Disown the Jupyter process to avoid shutdown on terminal exit/disconnect. Find the process ID (the command `ps aux | grep /home/abc123/jup-checkpoints` should isolate it) and then run `disown [PID]`. This will allow you to connect remotely to the Jupyter notebook later without repeating any of the prior steps, as long as the computer isn't shut down.
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Running the model is quite straightforward; the command `python` will execute the classification script, allowing you to enter an image location. It will then classify the image according to which diseases are present and produce and produce a bounding box image via Mask R-CNN. The classification results will display to the console, while the bounding box image will be saved to `src/mrcnn_out_img`
(_Note: This section will be updated with a new script name for the final release._)
### Expected Results
Notebook: [Evaluation](./src/training_testing/multi_label_class_roc.ipynb)
Below details an expected set of ROC curve results if our model were to be tested:
![Graph of the ROC curves](./visualizations/auroc_multi.png)
The below image shows a bounding box image generated via Mask R-CNN. This model cannot determine which disease in particular it has found, but it can find diseases to a high degree of accuracy, as is noted in each of our final reports. By using the classification results in tandem with the determined bounding boxes, useful inference can be made.
![Bounding Box Result Example](./src/mrcnn_out_img/mrcnn_out_test_img1.png)
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2. `src/util` - contains many python functions and constants used in the other notebooks throughout the project
3. `src/dev_testing_notebooks` - old notebooks that are either outdated or were used solely for experimentation
4. `src/saved_models` - the model files used to load in our trained models
5. `src/mrcnn` - modules necessary for Mask R-CNN to run
6. `src/util` - general utility modules that provide functionality for the models
6. `src/test_imgs` - a few images that can be used for easy / quick testing
### Acknowledgements
The original dataset for our project can be found [here](
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