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README.md

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PyUoI contains implementations of Union of Intersections framework for a variety of penalized generalized linear models as well as dimensionality reductions techniques such as column subset selection and non-negative matrix factorization. In general, UoI is a statistical machine learning framework that leverages two concepts in model inference:

  1. Separating the selection and estimation problems to simultaneously achieve sparse models with low-bias and low-variance parameter estimates.
  2. Stability to perturbations in both selection and estimation.

PyUoI is designed to function similarly to scikit-learn, as it often builds upon scikit-learn's implementations of the aforementioned algorithms.

Further details on the UoI framework can be found in the NeurIPS paper (Bouchard et al., 2017).

Installation

PyUoI is available on PyPI:

pip install pyuoi

and will soon be through conda-forge:

conda install pyuoi -c conda-forge

Features

PyUoI is split up into two modules, with the following UoI algorithms:

  • linear_model (generalized linear models)
    • Lasso penalized linear regression UoILasso.
    • Elastic-net penalized linear regression (UoIElasticNet).
    • Logistic regression (Bernoulli and multinomial) (UoILogistic).
    • Poisson regression (UoIPoisson).
  • decomposition (dimensionality reduction)
    • Column subset selection (UoICSS).
    • Non-negative matrix factorization (UoINMF).

Similar to scikit-learn, each UoI algorithm has its own Python class.

Documentation

Please see our ReadTheDocs page for an introduction to Union of Intersections, usage of PyUoI, and the API.

Copyright

PyUol Copyright (c) 2019, The Regents of the University of California, through Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (subject to receipt of any required approvals from the U.S. Dept. of Energy). All rights reserved.

If you have questions about your rights to use or distribute this software, please contact Berkeley Lab's Innovation & Partnerships Office at IPO@lbl.gov referring to " PyUol" (LBNL Ref 2019-157)."

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