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Kittylyst

kitty

A tiny Catalyst-like experiment runner framework on top of micrograd.

Implements Experiment, Runner and Callback Catalyst-core abstractions and has extra PyTorch-like micrograd modules - MicroLoader, MicroCriterion, MicroOptimizer and MicroScheduler.

Every module is tiny, with about 100 lines of code (even this readme). However, this is enough to make Kittylyst easily extendable for any number of data sources and support multi-stage experiments, as the demo notebook shows.

Potentially useful for educational purposes.

Installation

pip install kittylyst

Example usage

from micrograd.nn import MLP
import kittylyst as kt

loaders = {"train": kt.MicroLoader(...), "valid": kt.MicroLoader(...)}
model = MLP(2, [16, 16, 1])
criterion = kt.MicroCriterion()
optimizer = kt.MicroOptimizer(model)
scheduler = kt.MicroScheduler(optimizer, num_epochs=10)
experiment = kt.Experiment(
    model=model,
    criterion=criterion,
    optimizer=optimizer,
    scheduler=scheduler,
    loaders=loaders,
    num_epochs=10,
    callbacks=[
        kt.CriterionCallback(),
        kt.AccuracyCallback(),
        kt.OptimizerCallback(),
        kt.SchedulerCallback(),
        kt.LoggerCallback(),
    ],
    verbose=True,
)

kt.SupervisedRunner().run_experiment(experiment)

Running an experiment

The notebook demo.ipynb provides a full demo of running an Experiment with SupervisedRunner for binary classification task. This is achieved by training MLP from micrograd module with a simple svm "max-margin" binary classification loss (MicroCriterion) and SGD (MicroOptimizer) with learning rate decay (MicroScheduler).

As shown in the notebook, using a 2-layer neural net with two 16-node hidden layers we achieve the following decision boundary on the moon dataset:

2d neuron

Running codestyle

To run the codestyle check you will have to install catalyst-codestyle. Then simply:

catalyst-make-codestyle

License

MIT

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