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Genji-python 6B

For example usage or to easily use the model you can check our colab notebook: Notebook

Model Description

Genji is a transformer model finetuned on EleutherAI's GPT-J 6B model. This particular model is trained on python only code approaching 4GB in size. Split model has the checkpoints splitted, which makes it use less system RAM while loading and makes it faster to load. This model needs more effort to set up as you need to install git-lfs and pull the repo.

Hyperparameter Value
n_parameters 6,053,381,344
n_layers 28*
d_model 4,096
d_ff 16,384
n_heads 16
d_head 256
n_ctx 2,048
n_vocab 50,400 (same tokenizer as GPT-2/3)
position encoding Rotary position encodings (RoPE)
RoPE dimensions 64

* each layer consists of one feedforward block and one self attention block

The model consists of 28 layers with a model dimension of 4096, and a feedforward dimension of 16384. The model dimension is split into 16 heads, each with a dimension of 256. Rotary position encodings (RoPE) was applied to 64 dimensions of each head. The model is trained with a tokenization vocabulary of 50257, using the same set of BPEs as GPT-2/GPT-3.

Training data

GPT-J 6B was pretrained on the Pile, a large scale curated dataset created by EleutherAI for the purpose of training this model. After the pre-training, it's finetuned on the python code that was taken from the Pile.

Training procedure

Genji-python-6B is trained for 20k steps on around 655 million tokens with learning rate of 2e-06

Intended Use

This model is trained for assistence on writing python code and having fun trying weird stuff with it.

How to use

This model is only usable with our fork because GPT-J is not merged to the main transformers repo yet. When it's merged, we will make this model easily loadable. For now, you need to use this fork: Fork

to install with pip:

pip install git+https://github.com/finetuneanon/transformers@gpt-neo-localattention3-rp-b

git-lfs also needs to be installed, on ubuntu:

apt install git-lfs

after it's installed, initialize git-lfs:

git lfs install

then clone this repo:

git clone https://huggingface.co/NovelAI/genji-python-6B-split

Now we can load the model.

We recommend the usage of the model as FP16. That way, it fits in 16GB VRAM cards.

How to use:

from transformers import (

model = AutoModelForCausalLM.from_pretrained("genji-python-6B-split/model").half().eval().cuda()
tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained("EleutherAI/gpt-neo-2.7B")

text = '''def print_customer_name'''

tokens = tokenizer(text, return_tensors="pt").input_ids
generated_tokens = model.generate(tokens.long().cuda(), use_cache=True, do_sample=True, top_k=50, temperature=0.3, top_p=0.9, repetition_penalty=1.125, min_length=1, max_length=len(tokens[0]) + 400, pad_token_id=tokenizer.eos_token_id)
last_tokens = generated_tokens[0][len(tokens[0]):]
generated_text = tokenizer.decode(last_tokens)
print("Generation:\n" + generated_text)

When ran, this code generates:

def print_customer_name
(self, customer):
        """Print the name of a customer."""
        if not self.is_valid():

        print("Customer: {}".format(customer))

For example usage, you can see our colab notebook as well: Notebook

Eval results



This project was possible because of the compute provided by the TPU Research Cloud and EleutherAI for pretraining of the GPT-J 6B.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this project:

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