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tf.summary.write

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Writes a generic summary to the default SummaryWriter if one exists.

Aliases:

tf.summary.write(
    tag,
    tensor,
    step=None,
    metadata=None,
    name=None
)

This exists primarily to support the definition of type-specific summary ops like scalar() and image(), and is not intended for direct use unless defining a new type-specific summary op.

Args:

  • tag: string tag used to identify the summary (e.g. in TensorBoard), usually generated with tf.summary.summary_scope
  • tensor: the Tensor holding the summary data to write
  • step: Explicit int64-castable monotonic step value for this summary. If omitted, this defaults to tf.summary.experimental.get_step(), which must not be None.
  • metadata: Optional SummaryMetadata, as a proto or serialized bytes
  • name: Optional string name for this op.

Returns:

True on success, or false if no summary was written because no default summary writer was available.

Raises: