Multi-Task Regression in Python
MuTaR is a collection of sparse models for multi-task regression. Mutar models fit regularized regression on a sequence of related linear models (X_1, y_1) … (X_k, y_k) and follows scikit-learn’s API. Compared with scikit-learn’s MultiTaskLasso, MuTaR allows for a different design data X for each task.
Mutar models include:
- Independent linear models:
- Independent Lasso estimator
- Independent Re-weighted (Adaptive) Lasso estimator
- Group-norms multi-task linear models:
- GroupLasso: The Group Lasso is an l1/l2 regularized regression with identical feature supports across tasks (Yuan and Lin, J. R Statistical Society 2006).
- DirtyModel: Dirty models are a generalization of the Group Lasso with a partial overlap of features. They are defined using a composite l1/l2 and l1 regularization (Jalali et al., NeurIPS 2010).
- MultiLevelLasso : Multilevel Lasso is a non-convex model that enhances further sparsity and encourages partial overlap with a product decomposition (Lozano and Swirszcz, ICML 2012).
- Optimal transport regularized models:
- MTW: Multi-task Wasserstein is a sparse regression model where relevant features across tasks are close according to some defined geometry. (Janati et al., AISTATS 2019).
- ReMTW: Reweighted MTW is a non-convex variant of MTW that promotes even more sparsity and reduces the amplitude bias caused by the L1 norm. Both models are implemented with a concomitant argument for inferring the standard deviation of each task and adapting the amount of regularization accordingly.
To install the last release of MuTaR:
pip install -U mutar
To get the current development version:
git clone https://github.com/hichamjanati/mutar cd mutar python setup.py develop
We recommend creating this minimal conda env
conda env create --file environment.yml conda activate mutar-env git clone https://github.com/hichamjanati/mutar cd mutar python setup.py develop
>>> import numpy as np >>> from mutar import GroupLasso >>> # create some X (n_tasks, n_samples, n_features) >>> X = np.array([[[3., 1.], [2., 0.]], [[0., 2.], [-1., 3.]]]) >>> print(X.shape) (2, 2, 2) >>> # and target y (n_tasks, n_samples) >>> y = np.array([[-3., 1.], [1., -2.]]) >>> print(y.shape) (2, 2) >>> gl = GroupLasso(alpha=1.) >>> coef = gl.fit(X, y).coef_ >>> print(coef.shape) (2, 2) >>> # coefficients (n_features, n_tasks) >>> # share the same support >>> print(coef) [[-0.8 0.6] [-0. -0. ]]
See the doc and use examples at the MuTaR webpage.
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