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__author__ = 'szeitlin'
from collections import Counter
import pandas as pd
from ggplot import *
class Probabinerator:
Create and apply categorical labels using probability binning.
def __init__(self, df: pd.DataFrame, colname:str) -> None:
Initialize required inputs.
:param df: source (and target) pandas dataframe
:param colname: source column (str)
self.df = df
self.feature = colname
def group_by_diff(self):
Potentially better way to identify bins for combining.
Sort and take the diff, then group by that.
diffname = self.feature + "_diff"
self.df.sort_values(by=self.feature, inplace=True)
self.df[diffname] = self.df[self.feature].diff()
self.df[diffname].fillna(0, inplace=True)
bins = self.df.groupby(diffname)[self.feature].count()
def count_index(self) -> dict:
Group by counts.
:return self.invind: inverted index as a dict {counts: list of values that have those counts}
counts = Counter(self.df[self.feature])
self.invind = {}
for key, val in counts.items():
self.invind.setdefault(val, []).append(key)
#sort the values list
for k,v in self.invind.items():
if len(v) > 1:
def bin_combiner(self, bins=3, toplot=False, debug=False):
Use probability binning approach to
combine bins when invind has many bins with unequal counts
:param self.invind: keys are number of counts,
values are the range
:param bins: number of bins to aim for (int), default is 3
:return: list of lists (pairs) defining bin ranges
#sum the total number of counts, then divide equally into bins
count_target = sum(list(self.invind.keys()))/bins
print("sum of counts: {}".format(count_target * bins))
print("count target: {}".format(count_target))
#sort by biggest_key and then by values
biggest_key = sorted(list(prob.invind.items()), reverse=True)
ordered = sorted(biggest_key, key=lambda x:x[1][0])
newbins = dict()
counts_list, value_list = [], []
#combine bins if a) counts (keys) are the same or adjacent, b) values are sequential
#take largest # of counts first
tracker = ordered.copy()
for counts,v in ordered:
item = counts,v #to potentially use for tracking
#stopping criteria
if sum(counts_list) >= count_target:
#adjust the bin sizes to be more permissive
count_target = sum(counts_list)
if toplot==True:
newbins[sum(counts_list)] = sum(value_list)/len(value_list) #use the mean as the center
newbins[sum(counts_list)] = [min(value_list), max(value_list)]
counts_list, value_list = [], []
elif sum(counts_list) < count_target:
#append sequential values
if len(v) == 1:
value_list.append(v[0]) #it's a list, have to index into it to get the contents
elif len(v) == 2:
if v[1] - v[0] == 1:
elif len(v) > 2:
tmp = pd.Series(v)
delta = tmp.diff()
if delta.max() == 1: #doing it this way handles NaNs correctly
#todo: still need to add something to get rid of the used ones & use the remaining values
print("remaining: {}". format(tracker))
# if len(tracker) > 0 and any([x < count_target for x in newbins.keys()]):
# #use any leftover ones here to expand the bin_ranges
# for k,v in tracker:
#logic: find bin that is not > count_target
# then check to see if any values would fit that range or widen it
#newbins[sum(counts_list)] = [min(value_list), max(value_list)]
self.bin_ranges = sorted(newbins.values(), key=lambda x:x[0])
print("bin sizes: {}".format([newbins]))
def bin_masker(self):
Use bin_ranges from probability binning to create categorical column
Should work for any number of bins > 0
:param self.df: pandas dataframe as reference and target
:param self.feature: reference column name (str) - will be used to create new one
:param self.bin_ranges: sorted list of newbins, as bin ranges [min, max]
:return: modified pandas dataframe with categorical column
masks = []
for item in self.bin_ranges:
mask = (self.df[self.feature] >= item[0]) & (self.df[self.feature] <= item[1])
for i, mask in enumerate(masks):
self.df.loc[mask, (self.feature + '_cat')] = i
#may have to put something in to get the ones on the high end tail?
self.df[self.feature + '_cat'].fillna(0, inplace=True) #if needed, get the bottom category
def plot_with_newbins(self):
Make a plot using the newbins (output of bin_combiner with toplot=True)
:return:(plot will show inline in jupyter notebook)
x = list(self.newbins.values())
y = list(self.newbins.keys())
plotframe = pd.DataFrame({"x":x, "y":y})
return ggplot(aes(x="x", weight="y"), plotframe) + geom_bar()
if __name__ =='__main__':
df = pd.read_csv("")
# print(df.head())
# prob = Probabinerator(df, 'INVC')
# prob.count_index()
# prob.bin_combiner(debug=True)
# print("bin ranges: {}".format(prob.bin_ranges))
# prob.bin_masker()
print("try another column")
prob = Probabinerator(df, 'TTME')
print("raw counts: {}".format(prob.invind))
print("bin ranges: {}".format(prob.bin_ranges))