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require(lightgbm)
require(methods)
# We load in the agaricus dataset
# In this example, we are aiming to predict whether a mushroom is edible
data(agaricus.train, package = "lightgbm")
data(agaricus.test, package = "lightgbm")
train <- agaricus.train
test <- agaricus.test
# The loaded data is stored in sparseMatrix, and label is a numeric vector in {0,1}
class(train$label)
class(train$data)
#--------------------Basic Training using lightgbm----------------
# This is the basic usage of lightgbm you can put matrix in data field
# Note: we are putting in sparse matrix here, lightgbm naturally handles sparse input
# Use sparse matrix when your feature is sparse (e.g. when you are using one-hot encoding vector)
print("Training lightgbm with sparseMatrix")
bst <- lightgbm(data = train$data,
label = train$label,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
objective = "binary")
# Alternatively, you can put in dense matrix, i.e. basic R-matrix
print("Training lightgbm with Matrix")
bst <- lightgbm(data = as.matrix(train$data),
label = train$label,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
objective = "binary")
# You can also put in lgb.Dataset object, which stores label, data and other meta datas needed for advanced features
print("Training lightgbm with lgb.Dataset")
dtrain <- lgb.Dataset(data = train$data,
label = train$label)
bst <- lightgbm(data = dtrain,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
objective = "binary")
# Verbose = 0,1,2
print("Train lightgbm with verbose 0, no message")
bst <- lightgbm(data = dtrain,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
objective = "binary",
verbose = 0)
print("Train lightgbm with verbose 1, print evaluation metric")
bst <- lightgbm(data = dtrain,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
nthread = 2,
objective = "binary",
verbose = 1)
print("Train lightgbm with verbose 2, also print information about tree")
bst <- lightgbm(data = dtrain,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
nthread = 2,
objective = "binary",
verbose = 2)
# You can also specify data as file path to a LibSVM/TCV/CSV format input
# Since we do not have this file with us, the following line is just for illustration
# bst <- lightgbm(data = "agaricus.train.svm", num_leaves = 4, learning_rate = 1, nrounds = 2,objective = "binary")
#--------------------Basic prediction using lightgbm--------------
# You can do prediction using the following line
# You can put in Matrix, sparseMatrix, or lgb.Dataset
pred <- predict(bst, test$data)
err <- mean(as.numeric(pred > 0.5) != test$label)
print(paste("test-error=", err))
#--------------------Save and load models-------------------------
# Save model to binary local file
lgb.save(bst, "lightgbm.model")
# Load binary model to R
bst2 <- lgb.load("lightgbm.model")
pred2 <- predict(bst2, test$data)
# pred2 should be identical to pred
print(paste("sum(abs(pred2-pred))=", sum(abs(pred2 - pred))))
#--------------------Advanced features ---------------------------
# To use advanced features, we need to put data in lgb.Dataset
dtrain <- lgb.Dataset(data = train$data, label = train$label, free_raw_data = FALSE)
dtest <- lgb.Dataset(data = test$data, label = test$label, free_raw_data = FALSE)
#--------------------Using validation set-------------------------
# valids is a list of lgb.Dataset, each of them is tagged with name
valids <- list(train = dtrain, test = dtest)
# To train with valids, use lgb.train, which contains more advanced features
# valids allows us to monitor the evaluation result on all data in the list
print("Train lightgbm using lgb.train with valids")
bst <- lgb.train(data = dtrain,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
valids = valids,
nthread = 2,
objective = "binary")
# We can change evaluation metrics, or use multiple evaluation metrics
print("Train lightgbm using lgb.train with valids, watch logloss and error")
bst <- lgb.train(data = dtrain,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
valids = valids,
eval = c("binary_error", "binary_logloss"),
nthread = 2,
objective = "binary")
# lgb.Dataset can also be saved using lgb.Dataset.save
lgb.Dataset.save(dtrain, "dtrain.buffer")
# To load it in, simply call lgb.Dataset
dtrain2 <- lgb.Dataset("dtrain.buffer")
bst <- lgb.train(data = dtrain2,
num_leaves = 4,
learning_rate = 1,
nrounds = 2,
valids = valids,
nthread = 2,
objective = "binary")
# information can be extracted from lgb.Dataset using getinfo
label = getinfo(dtest, "label")
pred <- predict(bst, test$data)
err <- as.numeric(sum(as.integer(pred > 0.5) != label)) / length(label)
print(paste("test-error=", err))