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Jon Sedar Personal Project

PyMC3 Examples pymc3_examples

2019Q4

Experimental models to demonstrate pymc3 capabilities.

Where suitable, I will submit these Notebooks for inclusion in the pymc3 documentation

Note:

  • Each Notebook is designed to be standalone with a suggested MVP condaenv install, but you can also just install the env for this project.
  • This project is hosted publicly on GitHub.
  • This README is MacOS oriented

1. Setup Development Environment

1.1 Libraries, Compilers, IDEs

1.1.1 Continuum Anaconda Python 64bit

This repo uses Python 3.6.*

Download Anaconda distro at https://www.continuum.io/downloads

1.1.2 C++ compiler

Theano devs recommend using clang (aka clang++) by default which you can install using Xcode Command Line Tools

$> xcode-select --install

It's also possible to use g++ (gcc), but in my experience that's about 1/2 the speed.

e.g. install via Homebrew

$> brew update && brew upgrade `brew outdated` 
$> brew install gcc

...optional cleanup of old versions afterwards

$> brew cleanup

Note:

  1. By default gcc is symlinked / points to clang on MacOS
  2. It is possible to install a particular version of gcc via Homebrew, but this gets installed to a versioned dir e.g. /usr/local/Cellar/gcc/9.3.0_1/bin/gcc-9 and by default is not symlinked from gcc, rather it is available as gcc-9
  3. Regardless, it is best to use clang because theano is/was developed to this and is optimized (much faster)
  4. Note you then don't need to configure the cxx in .theanorc, it uses clang by default

1.2 Configs, Dotfiles

1.2.1 Global git config ~/.gitconfig

[user]
    name = $YOUR_USERNAME
    email = $YOUR_EMAIL
[filter "lfs"]
    clean = git-lfs clean -- %f
    smudge = git-lfs smudge -- %f
    process = git-lfs filter-process
    required = true

1.2.2 Theano config ~/.theanorc

[global]
    device=cpu

1.2.3 Optional: jupyter configs if not already setup

$> jupyter notebook --generate-config
$> jupyter qtconsole --generate-config
$> jupyter nbconvert --generate-config

1.3 Clone Code and Create Environment

1.3.1 Git clone the repo to your workspace

$> git clone https://github.com/jonsedar/pymc3_examples.git
$> cd pymc3_examples/

1.3.2 Setup a virtual environment for Python libraries

IMPORTANT NOTE: We're not using the latest python here because we want stability for the pymc3 and theano installs.

Pay extra attention to the .theanorc config

$> conda env create --file condaenv_pymc3_examples.yml
$> activate pymc3_examples

Cheat sheet of conda commands available online here.

b. Additional packages via pip

$> /.pip_install.sh

c. Additional jupyterlab theme

Requires NodeJS

$> jupyter labextension install @telamonian/theme-darcula

1.3.3 Test installation of scientific packages

A quick and cheap way to confirm your binaries are good and the installation works!

1.3.3.1 Test BLAS / MKL config

View the BLAS / MKL install

$> python -c "import numpy as np; np.__config__.show()"

Example output...

mkl_info:
    libraries = ['mkl_rt', 'pthread']
    library_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/lib']
    define_macros = [('SCIPY_MKL_H', None), ('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
    include_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/include']
blas_mkl_info:
    libraries = ['mkl_rt', 'pthread']
    library_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/lib']
    define_macros = [('SCIPY_MKL_H', None), ('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
    include_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/include']
blas_opt_info:
    libraries = ['mkl_rt', 'pthread']
    library_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/lib']
    define_macros = [('SCIPY_MKL_H', None), ('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
    include_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/include']
lapack_mkl_info:
    libraries = ['mkl_rt', 'pthread']
    library_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/lib']
    define_macros = [('SCIPY_MKL_H', None), ('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
    include_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/include']
lapack_opt_info:
    libraries = ['mkl_rt', 'pthread']
    library_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/lib']
    define_macros = [('SCIPY_MKL_H', None), ('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
    include_dirs = ['/Users/jon/anaconda/envs/pymc3_examples/include']

1.3.3.2 Test numpy install

$> python -c "import numpy as np; np.test()"

Example output...

7285 passed, 80 skipped, 167 deselected, 12 xfailed, 3 xpassed, 2 warnings in 355.51 seconds

1.3.3.3 Test scipy install

$> python -c "import scipy as sp; sp.test()"
... many tests will run and output a results summary e.g. ...

Example output...

14522 passed, 1274 skipped, 1225 deselected, 79 xfailed, 10 xpassed, 25 warnings in 777.53 seconds 

1.3.3.4 OPTIONAL Test pymc3 install

Method 1:

$> python -m pytest -xv --cov=pymc3 --cov-report=html pymc3/

Method 2:

Takes ~90mins on my Macbook 2017 :/

$> python -c "import pymc3 as pm; pm.test()"

Example output...

TBD

1.3.3.5 OPTIONAL Test theano install

Takes forever, see installation docs

Quicker:

$> python -c "import theano; theano.test()"

Alternative (takes ~3 hours)

$> theano-nose -s
... many tests will run and output a results summary e.g. ...

1.4 General Python Dev - Useful stuff

1.4.1 List large objects currently consuming RAM

As per https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40993626/list-memory-usage-in-ipython-and-jupyter

import sys

# These are the usual ipython objects, including this one you are creating
ipython_vars = ['In', 'Out', 'exit', 'quit', 'get_ipython', 'ipython_vars']

# Get a sorted list of the objects and their sizes
sorted([(x, sys.getsizeof(globals().get(x))) for x in dir() if not x.startswith('_') and x not in sys.modules and x not in ipython_vars], key=lambda x: x[1], reverse=True)

1.4.2 Clean up conda packages

Remove unused packages and tarballs etc as explained https://conda.io/docs/commands/conda-clean.html

$> conda clean -v -a

NOTE @2019-01-19 there's an open bug in conda on Windows that the ~/AppData/Local/Continuum/Anaconda3/pkgs/.trash directory needs manual emptying afterwards

1.4.3 Specify number of CPUs for MKL to use

Ought to provide a speed-boost for MKL operations (many numpy, scipy operations under the hood). See docs

$> python -c "import mkl; mkl.set_num_threads(4); print(mkl.get_max_threads())
4

1.4.4 MVP Jupyter Widget

Interactive widgets are cool. Beware potential issue with lax requirements. Ensure conda_*.yaml contains correct pairs of :

- ipywidgets==6.0.0
- widgetsnbextension==2.*
from ipywidgets import widgets
from IPython.display import display
text = widgets.Text()
text.on_submit(lambda x: print('hello {}'.format(x.value)))
display(text)

1.4.5 Basic debugging / introspection

Straight breakpoint:

import pdb; pdb.set_trace()

Or print, often helpful if you can't set a breakpoint

for att in dir(myobject):
    print(att, getattr(myobject, att))

Data

See data/README_DATA.md


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