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Welcome to the *Uplifting* Tutorial for TensorFlow Decision Forests (TF-DF). In this tutorial, you will learn what uplifting is, why it is so important, and how to do it in TF-DF.

This tutorial assumes you are familiar with the fundaments of TF-DF, in particular the installation procedure. The beginner tutorial is a great place to start learning about TF-DF.

In this colab, you will:

- Learn what an uplift modeling is.
- Train a Uplift Random Forest model on the
**Hillstrom Email Marketing**dataset. - Evaluate the quality of this model.

## Installing TensorFlow Decision Forests

Install TF-DF by running the following cell.

Wurlitzer is needed to display the detailed training logs in Colabs (when using `verbose=2`

in the model constructor).

`pip install tensorflow_decision_forests wurlitzer`

## Importing libraries

```
import tensorflow_decision_forests as tfdf
import os
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
import tensorflow as tf
import math
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
```

The hidden code cell limits the output height in colab.

```
# Check the version of TensorFlow Decision Forests
print("Found TensorFlow Decision Forests v" + tfdf.__version__)
```

Found TensorFlow Decision Forests v1.9.0

## What is uplift modeling?

Uplift modeling is a statistical modeling technique to predict the **incremental impact of an action** on a subject. The action is often referred to as a **treatment** that may or may not be applied.

Uplift modeling is often used in targeted marketing campaigns to predict the increase in the likelihood of a person making a purchase (or any other desired action) based on the marketing exposition they receive.

For example, uplift modeling can predict the **effect** of an email. The effect is defined as the **conditional probability**
\begin{align}
\text{effect}(\text{email}) = &\Pr(\text{outcome}=\text{purchase}\ \vert\ \text{treatment}=\text{with email})\ &- \Pr(\text{outcome}=\text{purchase} \ \vert\ \text{treatment}=\text{no email}),
\end{align}
where \(\Pr(\text{outcome}=\text{purchase}\ \vert\ ...)\)
is the probability of purchase depending on the receiving or not an email.

Compare this to a classification model: With a classification model, one can predict the probability of a purchase. However, customers with a high probability are likely to spend money in the store regardless of whether or not they received an email.

Similarly, one can use **numerical uplifting** to predict the numerical **increase in spend** when receiving an email. In comparison, a regression model can only increase the expected spend, which is a less useful metric in many cases.

### Defining uplift models in TF-DF

TF-DF expects uplifting datasets to be presented in a "flat" format. A dataset of customers might look like this

treatment | outcome | feature_1 | feature_2 |
---|---|---|---|

0 | 1 | 0.1 | blue |

0 | 0 | 0.2 | blue |

1 | 1 | 0.3 | blue |

1 | 1 | 0.4 | blue |

The **treatment** is a binary variable indicating whether or not the example has received treatment. In the above example, the treatment indicates if the customer has received an email or not. The **outcome** (label) indicates the status of the example after receiving the treatment (or not). TF-DF supports categorical outcomes for categorical uplifting and numerical outcomes for numerical uplifting.

## Training an uplifting model

In this example, we will use the *Hillstrom Email Marketing dataset*.

This dataset contains 64,000 customers who last purchased within twelve months. The customers were involved in an e-mail test:

- 1/3 were randomly chosen to receive an e-mail campaign featuring Mens merchandise.
- 1/3 were randomly chosen to receive an e-mail campaign featuring Womens merchandise.
- 1/3 were randomly chosen to not receive an e-mail campaign.

During a period of two weeks following the e-mail campaign, results were tracked. The task is to tell if the Mens or Womens e-mail campaign was successful.

Read more about dataset in its documentation. This tutorial uses the dataset as curated by TensorFlow Datasets.

`# Install the TensorFlow Datasets package`

`pip install tensorflow-datasets -U --quiet`

```
# Load the dataset
import tensorflow_datasets as tfds
raw_train, raw_test = tfds.load('hillstrom', split=['train[:80%]', 'train[20%:]'])
# Display the first 10 examples of the test fold.
pd.DataFrame(list(raw_test.batch(10).take(1))[0])
```

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### Dataset preprocessing

Since TF-DF currently only supports binary treatments, combine the "Men's Email" and the "Women's Email" campaign. This tutorial uses the binary variable `conversion`

as outcome. This means that the problem is a **Categorical Uplifting** problem. If we were using the numerical variable `spend`

, the problem would be a **Numerical Uplifting** problem.

```
def prepare_dataset(example):
# Use a binary treatment class.
example['treatment'] = 1 if example['segment'] == b'Mens E-Mail' or example['segment'] == b'Womens E-Mail' else 0
outcome = example['conversion']
# Restrict the dataset to the input features.
input_features = ['channel', 'history', 'mens', 'womens', 'newbie', 'recency', 'zip_code', 'treatment']
example = {feature: example[feature] for feature in input_features}
return example, outcome
train_ds = raw_train.map(prepare_dataset).batch(100)
test_ds = raw_test.map(prepare_dataset).batch(100)
```

### Model training

Finally, train and evaluate the model as usual. Note that TF-DF only supports Random Forest models for uplifting.

```
%set_cell_height 300
# Configure the model and its hyper-parameters.
model = tfdf.keras.RandomForestModel(
verbose=2,
task=tfdf.keras.Task.CATEGORICAL_UPLIFT,
uplift_treatment='treatment'
)
# Train the model.
model.fit(train_ds)
```

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Found 51200 examples. Training model... Standard output detected as not visible to the user e.g. running in a notebook. Creating a training log redirection. If training gets stuck, try calling tfdf.keras.set_training_logs_redirection(False). 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# Evaluating Uplift models.

## Metrics for Uplift models

The two most important metrics for evaluating upift models are the **AUUC** (Area Under the Uplift Curve) metric and the **Qini** (Area Under the Qini Curve) metric. This is similar to the use of AUC and accuracy for classification problems. For both metrics, the larger they are, the better.

Both AUUC and Qini are **not** normalized metrics. This means that the best possible value of the metric can vary from dataset to dataset. This is different from, for example, the AUC matric that always varies between 0 and 1.

A formal definition of AUUC is below. For more information about these metrics, see Guelman and Betlei et al.

## Model Self-Evaluation

TF-DF Random Forest models perform self-evaluation on the out-of-bag examples of the training dataset. For uplift models, they expose the AUUC and the Qini metric. You can directly retrieve the two metrics on the training dataset through the inspector

Later, we are going to recompute the AUUC metric "manually" on the test dataset. Note that two metrics are not expected to be exactly equal (out-of-bag on train vs test) since the AUUC is not a normalized metric.

```
# The self-evaluation is available through the model inspector
insp = model.make_inspector()
insp.evaluation()
```

Evaluation(num_examples=51200, accuracy=None, loss=None, rmse=None, ndcg=None, aucs=None, auuc=0.0022032308892709586, qini=-0.00017325819500263418)

## Manually computing the AUUC

In this section, we manually compute the AUUC and plot the uplift curves.

The next few paragraphs explain the AUUC metric in more detail and may be skipped.

### Computing the AUUC

Suppose you have a labeled dataset with \(|T|\) examples with treatment and \(|C|\) examples without treatment, called *control* examples. For each example, the uplift model \(f\) produces the conditional probability that a treatment on the example will yield a positive outcome.

Suppose a decision-maker needs to decide which clients to send an email using an uplift model \(f\). The model produces a (conditional) probability that the email will result in a conversion. The decision-maker might therefore just pick the number \(k\) of emails to send and send those \(k\) emails to the clients with the highest probability.

Using a labeled test dataset, it is possible to study the impact of \(k\) on the success of the campaign. First, we are interested in the ratio \(\frac{|C \cap T|}{|T|}\) of clients that received an email that converted versus total number of clients that received an email. Here \(C\) is the set of clients that received an email and converted and \(T\) is the total number of clients that received an email. We plot this ratio against \(k\).

Ideally, we like to have this curve increase steeply. This would mean that the model prioritizes sending email to those clients that will generate a conversion when receiving an email.

```
# Compute all predictions on the test dataset
predictions = model.predict(test_ds).flatten()
# Extract outcomes and treatments
outcomes = np.concatenate([outcome.numpy() for _, outcome in test_ds])
treatment = np.concatenate([example['treatment'].numpy() for example,_ in test_ds])
control = 1 - treatment
num_treatments = np.sum(treatment)
# Clients without treatment are called 'control' group
num_control = np.sum(control)
num_examples = len(predictions)
# Sort labels and treatments according to predictions in descending order
prediction_order = predictions.argsort()[::-1]
outcomes_sorted = outcomes[prediction_order]
treatment_sorted = treatment[prediction_order]
control_sorted = control[prediction_order]
ratio_treatment = np.cumsum(np.multiply(outcomes_sorted, treatment_sorted), axis=0)/num_treatments
fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.plot(ratio_treatment, label='Conversion ratio of treatment')
ax.set_xlabel('k')
ax.set_ylabel('Ratio of conversion')
ax.legend()
```

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Similarly, we can also compute and plot the conversion ratio of those not receiving an email, called the *control group*. Ideally, this curve is initially flat: This would mean that the model does not prioritize sending emails to clients that will generate a conversion despite **not** receiving a email

```
ratio_control = np.cumsum(np.multiply(outcomes_sorted, control_sorted), axis=0)/num_control
ax.plot(ratio_control, label='Conversion ratio of control')
ax.legend()
fig
```

The AUUC metric measures the area between these two curves, normalizing the y-axis between 0 and 1

```
x = np.linspace(0, 1, num_examples)
plt.plot(x,ratio_treatment, label='Conversion ratio of treatment')
plt.plot(x,ratio_control, label='Conversion ratio of control')
plt.fill_between(x, ratio_treatment, ratio_control, where=(ratio_treatment > ratio_control), color='C0', alpha=0.3)
plt.fill_between(x, ratio_treatment, ratio_control, where=(ratio_treatment < ratio_control), color='C1', alpha=0.3)
plt.xlabel('k')
plt.ylabel('Ratio of conversion')
plt.legend()
# Approximate the integral of the difference between the two curves.
auuc = np.trapz(ratio_treatment-ratio_control, dx=1/num_examples)
print(f'The AUUC on the test dataset is {auuc}')
```

The AUUC on the test dataset is 0.007513928513572819