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I am trying to figure out how to target certain model weights withtin my 1000x 1000 feed forward network in keras

>>>weights = loaded_model.layers[3].get_weights()
>>> type(weights)
[0] list
>>> len(weights)
[1] 2
>>> weights[0].shape 
[2] (1000, 1000)
>>> weights[1].shape
[3] (1000,)

I know that weights[1] is the layer biases for each input and that weights[0] is the values for each the weights of each neural connection.

I am trying to get a list of all the connections weights for each neuron. The only problem is that I can't seem to figure out if I would need to pull the nth row of the (1000, 1000) weights matrix or the nth column of the (1000, 1000) weights matrix.

TLDR: is the weights for the input of the nth neuron located at (1000, n) or (n, 1000)

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  • $\begingroup$ Do you want all the weights from a given neuron in one layer to the next layer, or all the weights to a given neuron from the previous layer? I'd assume the latter, if you want to match it up with the bias . . . but could you please make this clearer in the question? $\endgroup$ – Neil Slater Jul 7 at 17:27
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I solved my problem by simplifying it.

Suppose I am auditing the weights for a layer that has 2 perceptions and the previous layer that has 4 outputs.

>>> weights[0].shape
[1] (4,2)

Since I am trying to get the weights for the input of the second perception, I can expect a 4 dimensional vector. To achieve a 4 dimensional output, I should not be adjusting the number of rows, rather the number of columns.

Which leads me to believe I should be looking for the (1000, nth) column of the weight matrix

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