flax.linen.init_with_output

flax.linen.init_with_output#

flax.linen.init_with_output(fn, module, mutable=DenyList(deny='intermediates'), capture_intermediates=False)[source]#

Creates an init function to call fn with a bound module that also returns the function outputs.

Unlike Module.init_with_output this function returns a new function with the signature (rngs, *args, **kwargs) -> (T, variables) where T is the return type of fn. The rngs can be a dict of PRNGKeys or a single `PRNGKey which is equivalent to passing a dict with one PRNGKey with the name “params”.

The init function that is returned can be directly composed with JAX transformations like jax.jit:

>>> class Foo(nn.Module):
...   def encode(self, x):
...     ...
...   def decode(self, x):
...     ...

>>> def f(foo, x):
...   z = foo.encode(x)
...   y = foo.decode(z)
...   # ...
...   return y

>>> foo = Foo()
>>> f_jitted = jax.jit(nn.init_with_output(f, foo))
>>> y, variables = f_jitted(jax.random.key(0), jnp.ones((1, 3)))
Parameters
  • fn – The function that should be applied. The first argument passed will be a module instance of the module with variables and RNGs bound to it.

  • module – The Module that will be used to bind variables and RNGs to. The Module passed as the first argument to fn will be a clone of module.

  • mutable – Can be bool, str, or list. Specifies which collections should be treated as mutable: bool: all/no collections are mutable. str: The name of a single mutable collection. list: A list of names of mutable collections. By default, all collections except “intermediates” are mutable.

  • capture_intermediates – If True, captures intermediate return values of all Modules inside the “intermediates” collection. By default, only the return values of all __call__ methods are stored. A function can be passed to change the filter behavior. The filter function takes the Module instance and method name and returns a bool indicating whether the output of that method invocation should be stored.

Returns

The init function wrapping fn.