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How to check number of augmented images from imageDataAugmenter

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Gent Ymeri
Gent Ymeri am 26 Mär. 2019
Beantwortet: Kenta am 14 Jul. 2020
Hi, I am new to matlab and wanted to ask if there is a way to know the number of output images after augmentation from imageDataAugmenter.
As I have a high number of imbalanced classes, I wanted to know the class distribution after augmentation. Thanks in advance! This is how I augment the images:
imageAugmenter = imageDataAugmenter('RandRotation',[-180 180],'RandXReflection', true, 'RandYReflection', true, 'RandXShear', [-90, 90], 'RandYShear', [-90, 90]);
imageSize = [50 50 3];
datasource = augmentedImageSource(imageSize,imds70,'DataAugmentation',imageAugmenter);

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Mahmoud Afifi
Mahmoud Afifi am 7 Mai 2020
ImageDataAugmenter does the augmentation during image loading, which means it doesn’t rebalance your data. It applies the selected augmentation on the fly.
If you would like to rebalance your data, you need to apply the augmentation offline and adjust the number of augmented samples accordingly. You can design your own custom function to do that. I refer you to our WB augmenter here .
Another option is to use a weighted loss func that penalizes more for mistakes in the classes that have lower training examples.

Kenta am 14 Jul. 2020
Hi, you can rebalance the number of images per class using the following sample. Just using the image augmenter as you mentioned does not compensate the class imbalance. Hope this helps.




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