Source code for lightwood.analysis.explain

from typing import Optional, List, Dict
import torch
import pandas as pd

from lightwood.helpers.log import log
from lightwood.api.types import TimeseriesSettings, PredictionArguments
from lightwood.helpers.ts import get_inferred_timestamps
from lightwood.analysis.base import BaseAnalysisBlock

[docs]def explain(data: pd.DataFrame, encoded_data: torch.Tensor, predictions: pd.DataFrame, timeseries_settings: TimeseriesSettings, analysis: Dict, target_name: str, target_dtype: str, positive_domain: bool, # @TODO: pass inside a {} with params for each block to avoid signature overload anomaly_detection: bool, pred_args: PredictionArguments, explainer_blocks: Optional[List[BaseAnalysisBlock]] = [], ts_analysis: Optional[Dict] = {} ): """ This procedure runs at the end of every normal `.predict()` call. Its goal is to generate prediction insights, potentially using information generated at the model analysis stage (e.g. confidence estimation). As in `analysis()`, any user-specified analysis blocks (see class `BaseAnalysisBlock`) are also called here. :return: row_insights: a DataFrame containing predictions and all generated insights at a row-level. """ # ------------------------- # # Setup base insights # ------------------------- # data = data.reset_index(drop=True) row_insights = pd.DataFrame() global_insights = {} row_insights['original_index'] = data['__mdb_original_index'] row_insights['prediction'] = predictions['prediction'] if pred_args.predict_proba: for col in predictions.columns: if '__mdb_proba' in col: row_insights[col] = predictions[col] if timeseries_settings.is_timeseries: if timeseries_settings.group_by: for col in timeseries_settings.group_by: row_insights[f'group_{col}'] = data[col] for col in timeseries_settings.order_by: row_insights[f'order_{col}'] = data[col] for col in timeseries_settings.order_by: row_insights[f'order_{col}'] = get_inferred_timestamps( row_insights, col, ts_analysis['deltas'], timeseries_settings) kwargs = { 'data': data, 'encoded_data': encoded_data, 'predictions': predictions, 'analysis': analysis, 'target_name': target_name, 'target_dtype': target_dtype, 'tss': timeseries_settings, 'positive_domain': positive_domain, 'anomaly_detection': anomaly_detection, 'pred_args': pred_args } # ------------------------- # # Call explanation blocks # ------------------------- # for block in explainer_blocks:"The block %s is now running its explain() method", block.__class__.__name__) row_insights, global_insights = block.explain(row_insights, global_insights, **kwargs) return row_insights, global_insights