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Variants of the synthetic minority oversampling technique (SMOTE) for imbalanced learning

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SMOTE-variants for imbalanced learning

Latest News

  • vectorized implementations for most of the techniques to boost performance

  • a refactored and improved evaluation and model selection toolkit

  • 100% test coverage

  • 10.0 PEP8 conformancy (by pylint)

  • polynom_fit_SMOTE split to 4 different techniques

  • SYMPROD added as the 86th oversampler implemented, thanks to @intouchkun


The package implements 86 variants of the Synthetic Minority Oversampling Technique (SMOTE). Besides the implementations, an easy to use model selection framework is supplied to enable the rapid evaluation of oversampling techniques on unseen datasets.

The implemented techniques: [SMOTE] , [SMOTE_TomekLinks] , [SMOTE_ENN] , [Borderline_SMOTE1] , [Borderline_SMOTE2] , [ADASYN] , [AHC] , [LLE_SMOTE] , [distance_SMOTE] , [SMMO] , [polynom_fit_SMOTE] , [Stefanowski] , [ADOMS] , [Safe_Level_SMOTE] , [MSMOTE] , [DE_oversampling] , [SMOBD] , [SUNDO] , [MSYN] , [SVM_balance] , [TRIM_SMOTE] , [SMOTE_RSB] , [ProWSyn] , [SL_graph_SMOTE] , [NRSBoundary_SMOTE] , [LVQ_SMOTE] , [SOI_CJ] , [ROSE] , [SMOTE_OUT] , [SMOTE_Cosine] , [Selected_SMOTE] , [LN_SMOTE] , [MWMOTE] , [PDFOS] , [IPADE_ID] , [RWO_sampling] , [NEATER] , [DEAGO] , [Gazzah] , [MCT] , [ADG] , [SMOTE_IPF] , [KernelADASYN] , [MOT2LD] , [V_SYNTH] , [OUPS] , [SMOTE_D] , [SMOTE_PSO] , [CURE_SMOTE] , [SOMO] , [ISOMAP_Hybrid] , [CE_SMOTE] , [Edge_Det_SMOTE] , [CBSO] , [E_SMOTE] , [DBSMOTE] , [ASMOBD] , [Assembled_SMOTE] , [SDSMOTE] , [DSMOTE] , [G_SMOTE] , [NT_SMOTE] , [Lee] , [SPY] , [SMOTE_PSOBAT] , [MDO] , [Random_SMOTE] , [ISMOTE] , [VIS_RST] , [GASMOTE] , [A_SUWO] , [SMOTE_FRST_2T] , [AND_SMOTE] , [NRAS] , [AMSCO] , [SSO] , [NDO_sampling] , [DSRBF] , [Gaussian_SMOTE] , [kmeans_SMOTE] , [Supervised_SMOTE] , [SN_SMOTE] , [CCR] , [ANS] , [cluster_SMOTE] , [SYMPROD]

Comparison and evaluation

For a detailed comparison and evaluation of all the implemented techniques see link_to_comparison_paper


If you use this package in your research, please consider citing the below papers.

Preprint describing the package see link_to_package_paper

BibTex for the package:

  author={Gy\"orgy Kov\'acs},
  title={smote-variants: a Python Implementation of 85 Minority Oversampling Techniques},
  code= {},
  doi= {10.1016/j.neucom.2019.06.100}

For the preprint of the comparative study, see link_to_evaluation_paper

BibTex for the comparison and evaluation:

  author={Gy\"orgy Kov\'acs},
  title={An empirical comparison and evaluation of minority oversampling techniques on a large number of imbalanced datasets},
  journal={Applied Soft Computing},


The package can be cloned from GitHub in the usual way, and the latest stable version is also available in the PyPI repository:

pip install smote-variants


Best practices

Normalization/standardization/scaling/feature selection

Most of the oversampling techniques operate in the Euclidean space implied by the attributes. Therefore it is extremely important to normalize/scale the attributes appropriatly. With no knowledge on the importance of attributes, the normalization/standardization is a good first try. Having some domain knowledge or attribute importances from bootstrap classification, the scaling of attribute ranges according to their importances is also reasonable. Alternatively, feature subset selection might also improve the results by making oversampling work in the most suitable subspace.

Model selection for the number of samples to be generated

Classification after oversampling is highly sensitive to the number of minority samples being generated. Balancing the dataset is rarely the right choice, as most of the classifiers operate the most efficiently if the density of positive and negative samples near the decision boundary is approximately the same. If the manifolds of the positive and negative classes do not have the same size approximately, balancing the dataset cannot achieve this. Moreover, in certain regions it can even revert the situation: if the manifold of the minority class is much smaller than that of the majority class, balancing will turn the minority class into the majority in the local environments along the decision boundary.

The solution is to apply model selection for the number of samples being generated. Almost all techniques implemented in the `smote-variants` package have a parameter called `proportion`. This parameter controls how many samples to generate, namely, the number of minority samples generated is `proportion*(N_maj - N_min)`, that is, setting the proportion parameter to 1 will balance the dataset. It is highly recommended to carry out cross-validated model selection for a range like `proportion` = 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0.

Sample Usage

Binary oversampling

import smote_variants as sv
import imbalanced_databases as imbd

dataset= imbd.load_iris0()
X, y= dataset['data'], dataset['target']

oversampler= sv.distance_SMOTE()

# X_samp and y_samp contain the oversampled dataset
X_samp, y_samp= oversampler.sample(X, y)

Multiclass oversampling

import smote_variants as sv
import sklearn.datasets as datasets

dataset= datasets.load_wine()
X, y= dataset['data'], dataset['target']

oversampler= sv.MulticlassOversampling(oversampler='distance_SMOTE',
                                      oversampler_params={'random_state': 5})

# X_samp and y_samp contain the oversampled dataset
X_samp, y_samp= oversampler.sample(X, y)

Selection of the best oversampler

from sklearn.neighbors import KNeighborsClassifier
from sklearn.tree import DecisionTreeClassifier
import smote_variants as sv
import sklearn.datasets as datasets

dataset= datasets.load_breast_cancer()

dataset= {'data': dataset['data'],
          'target': dataset['target'],
          'name': 'breast_cancer'}

classifiers = [('sklearn.neighbors', 'KNeighborsClassifier', {}),
              ('sklearn.tree', 'DecisionTreeClassifier', {})]

oversamplers = sv.queries.get_all_oversamplers(n_quickest=2)

os_params = sv.queries.generate_parameter_combinations(oversamplers,

# samp_obj and cl_obj contain the oversampling and classifier objects which give the
# best performance together
samp_obj, cl_obj= sv.evaluation.model_selection(dataset=dataset,
                                                validator_params={'n_splits': 2,
                                                                  'n_repeats': 1},
                                                n_jobs= 5)

# training the best techniques using the entire dataset
X_samp, y_samp= samp_obj.sample(dataset['data'],
                                dataset['target']), y_samp)

Integration with sklearn pipelines

import smote_variants as sv
import imblearn.datasets as imb_datasets

from sklearn.model_selection import train_test_split, GridSearchCV
from sklearn.pipeline import Pipeline
from sklearn.preprocessing import StandardScaler
from sklearn.neighbors import KNeighborsClassifier

libras= imb_datasets.fetch_datasets()['libras_move']
X, y= libras['data'], libras['target']

oversampler = ('smote_variants', 'MulticlassOversampling',
                {'oversampler': 'distance_SMOTE', 'oversampler_params': {}})

classifier = ('sklearn.neighbors', 'KNeighborsClassifier', {})

# Constructing a pipeline which contains oversampling and classification
# as the last step.
model= Pipeline([('scale', StandardScaler()),
                ('clf', sv.classifiers.OversamplingClassifier(oversampler, classifier))]), y)


Feel free to implement any further oversampling techniques and let’s discuss the codes as soon as the pull request is ready!



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