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Pairwise association measures of statistical variable types

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PyPair

PyPair is a statistical library to compute pairwise association between any two variables. In general, statistical variable types are viewed as categorical or continuous. Categorical variables have no inherit order to their values, while continuous variables do. This API has over 130 association measures implemented for any combination of categorical and/or continuous variables.

To install.

pip install pypair

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Here's a short and sweet snippet for using the API against a dataframe that stores strictly binary data. The Pandas DataFrame.corr() method no longer processes non-numeric fields!

from pypair.association import binary_binary
from pypair.util import corr

jaccard = lambda a, b: binary_binary(a, b, measure='jaccard')
tanimoto = lambda a, b: binary_binary(a, b, measure='tanimoto_i')

df = get_a_pandas_binary_dataframe()

jaccard_corr = corr(df, jaccard)
tanimoto_corr = corr(df, tanimoto)

print(jaccard_corr)
print('-' * 15)
print(tanimoto_corr)

Another way to get started with PyPair is to use the convenience methods whose names indicate the variable pair types.

from pypair.association import binary_binary, categorical_categorical, \
    binary_continuous, concordance, categorical_continuous, continuous_continuous, confusion, agreement

# assume a and b are the appropriate iterables of values for 2 variables
jaccard = binary_binary(a, b, measure='jaccard')
acc = confusion(a, b, measure='acc')
phi = categorical_categorical(a, b, measure='phi')
kappa = agreement(a, b, measure='cohen_k')
biserial = binary_continuous(a, b, measure='biserial')
tau = concordance(a, b, measure='kendall_tau')
eta = categorical_continuous(a, b, measure='eta')
pearson = continuous_continuous(a, b, measure='pearson')

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Copyright 2020 Daytchia Vang

Citation

@misc{oneoffcoder_pypair_2020,
title={PyPair, A Statistical API for Bivariate Association Measures},
url={https://github.com/oneoffcoder/py-pair},
author={Jee Vang},
year={2020},
month={Nov}}

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