A garden of scikit-learn compatible trees, and I had few modifications to it.
Forked from https://github.com/scikit-garden/scikit-garden
Scikit-Garden or skgarden (pronounced as skarden) is a garden for Scikit-Learn compatible decision trees and forests.
Scikit-Garden depends on NumPy, SciPy, Scikit-Learn and Cython. So make sure these dependencies are installed using pip:
`` pip3 install setuptools numpy scipy scikit-learn cython # or pip3 install -r requirements.txt ``
After that my Scikit-Garden fork can be installed using pip.
`` pip install git+https://firstname.lastname@example.org/Demangio/scikit-garden.git ``
## Available models
ExtraTreesRegressor (with return_std support)
RandomForestRegressor (with return_std support)
The estimators in Scikit-Garden are Scikit-Learn compatible and can serve as a drop-in replacement for Scikit-Learn’s trees and forests.
`` from sklearn.datasets import load_boston X, y = load_boston()
### Use QuantileForests for quantile estimation from skgarden import RandomForestQuantileRegressor rfqr = RandomForestQuantileRegressor(random_state=0) rfqr.fit(X, y) y_mean = rfqr.predict(X) y_median = rfqr.predict(X, 50) ``
## What changes in this release
Change default predict method to the same as QuantReg package. This version is faster and include parametric estimation. Adaptation of code to higher versions of dependencies.
## Important links - API Reference: https://scikit-garden.github.io/api/ - Examples: https://scikit-garden.github.io/examples/ - Modifications source: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/51483951/quantile-random-forests-from-scikit-garden-very-slow-at-making-predictions
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