As you can see in this picture above there are lots of image files in that directory.
I don’t know why the number of datapoints is 2
doesn’t it mean the imagefolder reads 2 imagefiles?
I have no idea why ImageFolder doesn’t reads the whole imagefiles I have in that directory.
just found another weird thing.
why in the mask directory gets 4 image data???
all the files have same name but mask folder with mask on the back.
just like this
MRI folder —> TCGS_CS_4941.tif
Mask folder —> TCGS_CS_4941_mask.tif
As per the documentation documentation, ImageFolder expects images to be organized as
class/instance.tif with class subfolders.
hmm but I still don’t get it.
Even if I do what I did,
I think It needs to get the whole image files with 1 class which is ‘BrainMRI_train’ in my case.
No, it’s not in a subfolder? You would need to create a dummy subfolder of
MRI and move the tifs to that.
Thank you for the replies.
I created subfolders but now I’m getting only 1 datapoint each…
oh nevermind I think I figured it out
I didn’t need to change the root directory all the way to subdirectory.
thank you very much!!