Error named "Invalid training data. Predictors and responces must have the same number of observations" in LSTM
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I am new to matlab and I am trying to create a LSTM network for feature classification and I am getting an error 'Invalid training data. Predictors and responses must have the same number of observations.' The input data was converted into cell array.
Here is the part of the code:
winetable = readtable('winequality-red.csv');
fixedacid = (wine(:,1));
volatileacid = (wine(:,2));
citricacid = (wine(:,3));
residualsugar = (wine(:,4));
chlorides = (wine(:,5));
freesulferdioxide = (wine(:,6));
totalsulferdioxide = (wine(:,7));
density = (wine(:,8));
ph = (wine(:,9));
sulphates = (wine(:,10));
alcohol = (wine(:,11));
quality = (wine(:,12));
goodwine= [volatileacid density ph alcohol quality];
%Train the data
%Test the data
%GRU DATA INPUT
classes=["very bad" "bad" "poor" "fine" "good" "very good"]
layers = [sequenceInputLayer(features)
%OPTIONS FOR THE TRAINING
ops = trainingOptions('adam', ...
net = trainNetwork(XTrain,YTrain, layers, ops);
The error indicates that:
Error using trainNetwork (line 184)
"Invalid training data. Predictors and responces must have the same number of observations"
Any help or advice for this problem will be greatly appritiated
Sahil Jain on 21 Dec 2021
Hi Ken. There are a few things you can consider to solve your problem. Fundamentally, LSTMs are used for classifying sequence data. However, in your case, I believe the data is not sequential but rather consists of four features which predict a class. The "sequenceInputLayer" is expecting an input of size (num_features x sequence_length). In your case, since there are no sequences, this causes a problem. From my understanding, the network is assuming "num_features" to be 1280 and "sequence_length" to be 4 for processing. You may need to rethink the use of LSTM for this case. Also, in this case, since each input vector is supposed to give one output class, you should set 'OutputMode' as 'last' for the LSTM layer. I would recommend going through the Sequence Classification Using Deep Learning example to understand how inputs are passed to LSTMs.