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Create python code to matlab ?

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Oman Wisni
Oman Wisni on 16 Nov 2018
Commented: Adam on 16 Nov 2018
Hi, I have code Python like below :
probs = exp_scores / np.sum(exp_scores, axis=1, keepdims=True)
Then, I write to matlab code
probs = exp_scores/sum(exp_scores);
My question is, my code above is correct in matlab ? Thanks

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Adam
Adam on 16 Nov 2018
Surely you can just look at the result and compare it to the python result. It depends what exp_scores is. If it is non-scalar then you would likely need to use
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Oman Wisni
Oman Wisni on 16 Nov 2018
I'm not use Python sir, so I don't know what the result from Python.
exp_scores is matrix with 220x11 dimension.
In code Python I write above contain with axis=1, what is mean. Should I add in my matlab code too?
Adam
Adam on 16 Nov 2018
axis = 1
in python means sum along dimension 1, but python indexes from 0 whereas Matlab indexes from 1 so I would think that you need
sum( exp_scores, 2 )
in Matlab.

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