Sample Code for Gated Graph Neural Networks
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Gated Graph Neural Networks

This repository contains two implementations of the Gated Graph Neural Networks of Li et al. 2015 for learning properties of chemical molecules. The inspiration for this application comes from Gilmer et al. 2017.

This code was tested in Python 3.5 with TensorFlow 1.3. To run the code docopt is also necessary.

This code is maintained by the Deep Program Understanding project at Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK.

Data Extraction

To download the related data run get_data.py. It requires the python package rdkit within the Python package environment. For example, this can be obtained by

conda install -c rdkit rdkit

Running Graph Neural Network Training

We provide four versions of Graph Neural Networks: Gated Graph Neural Networks (one implementation using dense adjacency matrices and a sparse variant), Asynchronous Gated Graph Neural Networks, and Graph Convolutional Networks (sparse). The dense version is faster for small or dense graphs, including the molecules dataset (though the difference is small for it). In contrast, the sparse version is faster for large and sparse graphs, especially in cases where representing a dense representation of the adjacency matrix would result in prohibitively large memory usage. Asynchronous GNNs do not propagate information from all nodes to all neighbouring nodes at each timestep; instead, they follow an update schedule such that messages are propagated in sequence. Their implementation is far more inefficient (due to the small number of updates at each step), but a single propagation round (i.e., performing each propagation step along a few edges once) can suffice to propagate messages across a large graph.

To run dense Gated Graph Neural Networks, use

python3 ./chem_tensorflow_dense.py

To run sparse Gated Graph Neural Networks, use

python3 ./chem_tensorflow_sparse.py

To run sparse Graph Convolutional Networks (as in Kipf et al. 2016), use

python3 ./chem_tensorflow_gcn.py

Finally, it turns out that the extension of GCN to different edge types is a variant of GGNN, and you can run GCN (as in Schlichtkrull et al. 2017) by calling

python3 ./chem_tensorflow_sparse.py --config '{"use_edge_bias": false, "use_edge_msg_avg_aggregation": true, "residual_connections": {}, "layer_timesteps": [1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1], "graph_rnn_cell": "RNN", "graph_rnn_activation": "ReLU"}'

To run asynchronous Gated Graph Neural Networks, use

python3 ./chem_tensorflow_async.py

Restoring models

Suppose you have trained a model e.g. the following trains for a single epoch:

python3 ./chem_tensorflow_dense.py --config '{"num_epochs": 1}'
== Epoch 1
 Train: loss: 0.52315 | acc: 0:0.64241 | error_ratio: 0:9.65831 | instances/sec: 6758.04
 Valid: loss: 0.26930 | acc: 0:0.55949 | error_ratio: 0:8.41163 | instances/sec: 9902.71
  (Best epoch so far, cum. val. acc decreased to 0.55949 from inf. Saving to './2018-02-01-11-30-05_16306_model_best.pickle')

Note that a checkpoint was stored to './2018-02-01-11-30-05_16306_model_best.pickle'. To restore this model and continue training, use:

python3 ./chem_tensorflow_dense.py --restore ./2018-02-01-11-30-05_16306_model_best.pickle

Contributing

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