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Is there a way to get the number of layers (not parameters) in a Keras model?

model.summary() is very informative, but it is not straightforward to get the number of layers from it.

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In Keras, you can use the model. layers, this will give you the list of all layers. The number is consequently lens(model.layers).

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Also, studying Machine Learning Tutorial will give one a pretty decent insight on Kernel as well.

Hope this answer helps you!

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