Do you have your code in .py format (instead the jupyter notebook format)?
Kripa Ghosh
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If you have multiple questions, please ask them at once so that its easy to read. If you have code specific questions , ask in the github page. 
There is no .py file. 
the notebook is meant as a starting point for pytorch users to use unconventional loss functions.

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