Matrix completion and feature imputation algorithms
A variety of matrix completion and imputation algorithms implemented in Python 3.6.
NOTE: This project is in "bare maintenance" mode. That means we are not planning on adding more imputation algorithms or features (but might if we get inspired). Please do report bugs, and we'll try to fix them. Also, we are happy to take pull requests for more algorithms and/or features.
IterativeImputer started its life as a
fancyimpute original, but was then merged into
scikit-learn and we deleted it from
fancyimpute in favor of the better-tested
sklearn version. As a convenience, you can still
from fancyimpute import IterativeImputer, but under the hood it's just doing
from sklearn.impute import IterativeImputer. That means if you update
scikit-learn in the future, you may also change the behavior of
from fancyimpute import KNN, NuclearNormMinimization, SoftImpute, BiScaler # X is the complete data matrix # X_incomplete has the same values as X except a subset have been replace with NaN # Use 3 nearest rows which have a feature to fill in each row's missing features X_filled_knn = KNN(k=3).fit_transform(X_incomplete) # matrix completion using convex optimization to find low-rank solution # that still matches observed values. Slow! X_filled_nnm = NuclearNormMinimization().fit_transform(X_incomplete) # Instead of solving the nuclear norm objective directly, instead # induce sparsity using singular value thresholding X_incomplete_normalized = BiScaler().fit_transform(X_incomplete) X_filled_softimpute = SoftImpute().fit_transform(X_incomplete_normalized) # print mean squared error for the imputation methods above nnm_mse = ((X_filled_nnm[missing_mask] - X[missing_mask]) ** 2).mean() print("Nuclear norm minimization MSE: %f" % nnm_mse) softImpute_mse = ((X_filled_softimpute[missing_mask] - X[missing_mask]) ** 2).mean() print("SoftImpute MSE: %f" % softImpute_mse) knn_mse = ((X_filled_knn[missing_mask] - X[missing_mask]) ** 2).mean() print("knnImpute MSE: %f" % knn_mse)
SimpleFill: Replaces missing entries with the mean or median of each column.
KNN: Nearest neighbor imputations which weights samples using the mean squared difference on features for which two rows both have observed data.
SoftImpute: Matrix completion by iterative soft thresholding of SVD decompositions. Inspired by the softImpute package for R, which is based on Spectral Regularization Algorithms for Learning Large Incomplete Matrices by Mazumder et. al.
IterativeImputer: A strategy for imputing missing values by modeling each feature with missing values as a function of other features in a round-robin fashion. A stub that links to
IterativeSVD: Matrix completion by iterative low-rank SVD decomposition. Should be similar to SVDimpute from Missing value estimation methods for DNA microarrays by Troyanskaya et. al.
MatrixFactorization: Direct factorization of the incomplete matrix into low-rank
V, with an L1 sparsity penalty on the elements of
Uand an L2 penalty on the elements of
V. Solved by gradient descent.
BiScaler: Iterative estimation of row/column means and standard deviations to get doubly normalized matrix. Not guaranteed to converge but works well in practice. Taken from Matrix Completion and Low-Rank SVD via Fast Alternating Least Squares.
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