TensorSpace.js
Getting Start
Basic Concepts
Model Preprocessing
Models
Layers
Merge Function
Paging
Paging, aka pagination, is the feature used to handle long 1D layers: Output1d, Activation1d, Dense and so on.
By default, paging is set to false which can be used to visualize most 1D layers:
Fig. 1 - No Paging (Dense Layer size 50)
If we do not apply the paging, we could end up with a very long (e.g. greater than 1000) 1D layer, which could make the model hard to visualize and cause performance issue:
Fig. 2 - No Paging (Dense Layer size 1000)
To use paging, we can config like:
new TSP.layers.Dense( {

    ...

    units: 1000,
    paging : true,
    segmentLength : 200,
    segmentIndex : 0,
    overview : false

    ...

} );
After changing paging to true, we can handle long 1D layer:
Fig. 3 - Paging (Default)
segmentLength configs the size of data presented on each "page". With segmentLength to 50:
Fig. 4 - Paging (SegmentLength 50)
We can use the Paging button to switch between different pages:
Fig. 5 - Paging button
If we want to check the paging texts from a better visualization angle, we suggest to set the overview to be true, which rotates the text along the y-axis for 90 degrees.
Fig. 6 - Paging with overview