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Automation of large-scale training, evaluation and benchmarking of machine learning algorithms.

Project description

MLAUT is a modelling and workflow toolbox in python, written with the aim of simplifying large scale benchmarking of machine learning strategies, e.g., validation, evaluation and comparison with respect to predictive/task-specific performance or runtime. Key features are:

  • automation of the most common workflows for benchmarking modelling strategies on multiple datasets including statistical post-hoc analyses, with user-friendly default settings.
  • unified interface with support for scikit-learn strategies, keras deep neural network architectures, including easy user extensibility to (partially or completely) custom strategies.
  • higher-level meta-data interface for strategies, allowing easy specification of scikit-learn pipelines and keras deep network architectures, with user-friendly (sensible) default configurations
  • easy setting up and loading of data set collections for local use (e.g., data frames from local memory, UCI repository, openML, Delgado study, PMLB).
  • back-end agnostic, automated local file system management of datasets, fitted models, predictions, and results, with the ability to easily resume crashed benchmark experiments with long running times.

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