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GraKeL: A library for graph kernels

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GraKeL is a library compatible with the project of scikit-learn

Installation

The GraKeL library requires:

  • Python (>=2.7, >=3.5)
  • NumPy (>=1.8.2)
  • SciPy (>=0.13.3)
  • Cython (>=0.27.3)
  • cvxopt (>=1.2.0) [optional: lovasz]
  • future (>=0.16.0) (for python 2.7)

Installing Dependencies

You can install the dependencies as follows:

$ pip install extension>=extension_version

or

$ pip install -r requirements.txt

Installing the development-version

To install the development-version using pip execute:

$ pip install grakel-dev

Getting Started

Two pointers to get you started:

Testing

You first need to build the package cython extension locally by executing:

$ python setup.py build_ext -i

To test the package, execute:

$ nosetests

For executing unit_tests or use a testing-interface for testing the kernel module:

$ python  grakel/tests/test_kernels.py --help
usage: test_kernels.py [-h] [--verbose] [--problematic] [--slow]
                       [--ignore_warnings] [--dataset DATASET] [--normalize]
                       [--develop | --all | --main]

A test file for all kernels

optional arguments:
  -h, --help         show this help message and exit
  --verbose          print kernels with their outputs on stdout
  --problematic      allow execution of problematic test cases in development
  --slow             allow execution of slow test cases in development
  --ignore_warnings  ignore warnings produced by kernel executions
  --dataset DATASET  chose the datset you want the tests to be executed
  --normalize        normalize the kernel output
  --develop          execute only tests connected with current development
  --all              execute all tests
  --main             execute the main tests [default]

For testing graph_kernels:

$ python grakel/tests/test_graph_kernel.py --help
usage: test_graph_kernels.py [-h] [--verbose] [--problematic] [--slow]
                             [--normalize] [--ignore_warnings]
                             [--dataset DATASET] [--develop | --all | --main]

A test file for all kernels

optional arguments:
  -h, --help         show this help message and exit
  --verbose          print kernels with their outputs on stdout
  --problematic      allow execution of problematic test cases in development
  --slow             allow execution of slow test cases in development
  --normalize        normalize the kernel output
  --ignore_warnings  ignore warnings produced by kernel executions
  --dataset DATASET  chose the datset you want the tests to be executed
  --develop          execute only tests connected with current development
  --all              execute all tests
  --main             execute the main tests [default]

And for testing the Graph class:

$ python grakel/tests/test_graph.py --help
usage: test_graph.py [-h] [--verbose] [--ignore_warnings]

A test file for all `Graph` type objects

optional arguments:
  -h, --help         show this help message and exit
  --verbose          verbose outputs on stdout
  --ignore_warnings  ignore warnings produced by kernel executions

You can also execute the kernel test locally through a test-main-function as

$ python -m grakel.tests

Contributing

To learn how to integrate your own kernel and how to contribute to the GraKeL project, please read the sections Write your own kernel and Contributing in the Documentation, respectively.

Citation

If you use GraKeL in a scientific publication, please cite our paper:

@article{siglidis2018grakel,
  title={GraKeL: A Graph Kernel Library in Python},
  author={Siglidis, Giannis and Nikolentzos, Giannis and Limnios, Stratis and Giatsidis, Christos and Skianis, Konstantinos and Vazirgiannis, Michalis},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.02193},
  year={2018}
}