Do applying Random Transformation (flip, crop rotate or any etc.) with p=1 means it is applied to all tensors/PIL images that are passed?
it is like, if p=1 then any randomly chosen PIL image/Tensor will be be transformed because it is now selected and those skipped tensors/PIL images will be preserved as they were before?
I am confused in this command, please help me out.
Thanks in advance.
dear @ptrblck, please guide me through this.
p will be used to determine, if the current image passed through the transformation will be transformed or not as seen e.g. here.
why not all Random transforms have probability (p) argument?
For example if I use RandomRotation(10), does this mean p=1 is explicitly assumed and rotation will be applied between -10 to 10 degrees to ALL images?
RandomRotation will transform all inputs and uses a uniform probability to sample the angle in the specified range.
Random*Flip uses the passed probability to apply the flipping or to keep the original image, so both are using a probability in a similar sense where the former is uniform and the latter is binary. If you want to randomly apply a random transformation (such as
RandomRotation), you could check