stream - Infrastructure for Data Stream Mining - R package
The package provides support for modeling and simulating data streams as well as an extensible framework for implementing, interfacing and experimenting with algorithms for various data stream mining tasks. The main advantage of stream is that it seamlessly integrates with the large existing infrastructure provided by R. The package currently focuses on data stream clustering and provides implementations of BICO, BIRCH, D-Stream, DBSTREAM, and evoStream.
Additional packages in the stream family are:
- streamMOA: Interface to clustering algorithms implemented in the MOA framework. Includes implementations of DenStream, ClusTree and CluStream.
- subspaceMOA: Interface to Subspace MOA and its implementations of HDDStream and PreDeConStream.
The development of the stream package was supported in part by NSF IIS-0948893 and NIH R21HG005912.
Stable CRAN version: install from within R with
Current development version: Download package from AppVeyor or install from GitHub (needs devtools).
Load the package and create micro-clusters via sampling.
library("stream") stream <- DSD_Gaussians(k=3, noise=0) sample <- DSC_Sample(k=20) update(sample, stream, 500) sample
Reservoir sampling Class: DSC_Sample, DSC_Micro, DSC_R, DSC Number of micro-clusters: 20
Recluster micro-clusters using k-means and plot results
kmeans <- DSC_Kmeans(k=3) recluster(kmeans, sample) plot(kmeans, stream, type="both")
A list of all available clustering methods can be obtained with
- Michael Hahsler, Matthew Bolaños, and John Forrest. stream: An extensible framework for data stream clustering research with R. Journal of Statistical Software, 76(14), February 2017.
- stream package vignette with complete examples.
- stream reference manual