how to update/assigning new values to elements of a DatasetDict outside the loop (for cycle) in python?


I have a dataset of images, I resize every image of the dataset and then re-assign the i-th element of the dataset with the resized_image. I’m doing this with the following code:

for i in range(0,len(dataset['train'])): #len(dataset['train'])

  ex = dataset['train'][i] #i
  image = ex['image']
  image = image.convert("RGB") # <class 'PIL.Image.Image'> <PIL.Image.Image image mode=RGB size=500x333 at 0x7F84F1948150>
  image_resized = image.resize(size_to_resize) # <PIL.Image.Image image mode=RGB size=224x224 at 0x7F84F17885D0>
  dataset['train'][i]['image'] = image_resized

the point is that out of the for loop, the

dataset['train'][Iterator]['image'] # where iterator=0,1,2,3,4...

give me back the i-th image not resized!


Alas, you can’t change it inplace.

DatasetDict is backed by Arrow tables, which are immutable

Answered By – Marat

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