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Refactor stacking estimators with class inheritance #444

kota7 opened this issue Sep 24, 2018 · 1 comment · May be fixed by #445


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commented Sep 24, 2018

Currently we have four stacking-based estimators: StackingRegressor and StackingClassifier, and CV variant of each. They are independently coded, while core steps are common.

This makes enhancement work time-consuming, since contributors often need to make similar update on four source code. I would suggest refactoring the four estimators with appropriate class inheritance structure. This will make issues like #439 and #255 much simpler to implement.


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commented Sep 24, 2018

Totally agree. They were implemented one at a time, over time, and the API changed quite a bit based on what's useful and what not. Now after 1-2 years that it's kind of stabilized and they remain pretty similar "core"-wise, it'd be good to consolidate them via a parent Stacking class

@rasbt rasbt added the enhancement label Sep 24, 2018

@rasbt rasbt added this to Enhancements in v 0.14 Roadmap Sep 24, 2018

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