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EdnaML is a declarative API and framework for deep learning to run reproducible ML experiments. EdnaML is currently designed for PyTorch for ease of adoption.


EdnaML's bottom-up design comprises of a layered API with basic building blocks. With the bottom-up design, we provide the basic building blocks for an ML pipeline, such as abstractions for data, model, training, and deployments. Then, we can build higher-level APIs on top of the building blocks to create a layered API that allows for provenance and tracking in the higher-level API while allowing access to the lower-level building blocks.

EdnaML Design

The lowest-level are basic building blocks comprising of existing libraries that are already heavily optimized for major machine learning tasks, such as PyTorch for model design and data loading, HuggingFace API for transformers and diffusers, and scikit-learn for statistical learning. We build pipeline abstractions corresponding to pipeline stages (e.g. data crawling, batch generation, model building, and model deployment) on top of these low-level building blocks. Abstractions can be used as-is or extended to use any other building blocks the user may wish. For example, the ModelAbstract abstraction (in /src/ednaml/models/ModelAbstract) for an ML classifier is built on top of PyTorch’s nn.Module; however, it can be replaced with a custom ModelAbstract as long as the API is itself preserved.

Finally, we build a declarative API for instantiating, executing, reproducing, evaluating, and deploying an ML pipeline. The declarative API, accessed through the ednaml.core.EdnaML() class, allows for relatively easy deployment of experiments from configuration files, while still allowing access to the low-level building blocks to extend or replace any abstraction in the pipeline.