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Modélisation bayésienne avec distribution conjointe

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JointDistributionSequential est une classe de type distribution nouvellement introduite qui permet aux utilisateurs de prototyper rapidement un modèle bayésien. Il vous permet d'enchaîner plusieurs distributions et d'utiliser la fonction lambda pour introduire des dépendances. Ceci est conçu pour construire des modèles bayésiens de petite à moyenne taille, y compris de nombreux modèles couramment utilisés tels que les GLM, les modèles à effets mixtes, les modèles de mélange, etc. Il permet toutes les fonctionnalités nécessaires pour un flux de travail bayésien: échantillonnage prédictif préalable, il pourrait être plug-in à un autre modèle graphique bayésien plus grand ou un réseau de neurones. Dans ce Colab, nous montrerons quelques exemples d'utilisation de JointDistributionSequential pour réaliser votre flux de travail bayésien quotidien.

Dépendances et prérequis

 # We will be using ArviZ, a multi-backend Bayesian diagnosis and plotting library
!pip3 install -q git+git://github.com/arviz-devs/arviz.git
 
 

from pprint import pprint
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import seaborn as sns
import pandas as pd
import arviz as az

import tensorflow.compat.v2 as tf
tf.enable_v2_behavior()

import tensorflow_probability as tfp

sns.reset_defaults()
#sns.set_style('whitegrid')
#sns.set_context('talk')
sns.set_context(context='talk',font_scale=0.7)

%config InlineBackend.figure_format = 'retina'
%matplotlib inline

tfd = tfp.distributions
tfb = tfp.bijectors

dtype = tf.float64
 

Faites vite les choses!

Avant de plonger, assurons-nous que nous utilisons un GPU pour cette démo.

Pour ce faire, sélectionnez «Runtime» -> «Modifier le type d'exécution» -> «Accélérateur matériel» -> «GPU».

L'extrait suivant vérifiera que nous avons accès à un GPU.

 if tf.test.gpu_device_name() != '/device:GPU:0':
  print('WARNING: GPU device not found.')
else:
  print('SUCCESS: Found GPU: {}'.format(tf.test.gpu_device_name()))
 
SUCCESS: Found GPU: /device:GPU:0

Distribution conjointe

Notes: Cette classe de distribution est utile lorsque vous n'avez qu'un modèle simple. «Simple» signifie des graphiques en forme de chaîne; bien que l'approche fonctionne techniquement pour n'importe quelle PGM avec un degré d'au plus 255 pour un seul nœud (car les fonctions Python peuvent avoir au plus autant d'arguments).

L'idée de base est que l'utilisateur spécifie une liste de s callable qui produisent des instances tfp.Distribution , une pour chaque sommet de leur PGM . L' callable aura au plus autant d'arguments que son index dans la liste. (Pour la commodité de l'utilisateur, les aguments seront passés dans l'ordre inverse de la création.) En interne, nous allons «parcourir le graphe» simplement en passant la valeur de chaque RV précédent dans chaque appelable. Ce faisant, nous implémentons la [règle de chaîne de probabilité] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chain rule (probabilité% 29 # More_than_two_random_variables): $ p ({x} _i ^ d) = \ prod_i ^ dp (x_i | x _ {<i}) $.

L'idée est assez simple, même en tant que code Python. Voici l'essentiel:

 # The chain rule of probability, manifest as Python code.
def log_prob(rvs, xs):
  # xs[:i] is rv[i]'s markov blanket. `[::-1]` just reverses the list.
  return sum(rv(*xs[i-1::-1]).log_prob(xs[i])
             for i, rv in enumerate(rvs))
 

Vous pouvez trouver plus d'informations dans la docstring de JointDistributionSequential , mais l'essentiel est que vous transmettez une liste de distributions pour initialiser la classe, si certaines distributions de la liste dépendent de la sortie d'une autre distribution / variable en amont, il vous suffit de l'envelopper avec un fonction lambda. Voyons maintenant comment cela fonctionne en action!

(Robuste) Régression linéaire

De PyMC3 doc GLM: Régression robuste avec détection des valeurs aberrantes

 

dfhogg = pd.DataFrame(np.array([[1, 201, 592, 61, 9, -0.84],
                                 [2, 244, 401, 25, 4, 0.31],
                                 [3, 47, 583, 38, 11, 0.64],
                                 [4, 287, 402, 15, 7, -0.27],
                                 [5, 203, 495, 21, 5, -0.33],
                                 [6, 58, 173, 15, 9, 0.67],
                                 [7, 210, 479, 27, 4, -0.02],
                                 [8, 202, 504, 14, 4, -0.05],
                                 [9, 198, 510, 30, 11, -0.84],
                                 [10, 158, 416, 16, 7, -0.69],
                                 [11, 165, 393, 14, 5, 0.30],
                                 [12, 201, 442, 25, 5, -0.46],
                                 [13, 157, 317, 52, 5, -0.03],
                                 [14, 131, 311, 16, 6, 0.50],
                                 [15, 166, 400, 34, 6, 0.73],
                                 [16, 160, 337, 31, 5, -0.52],
                                 [17, 186, 423, 42, 9, 0.90],
                                 [18, 125, 334, 26, 8, 0.40],
                                 [19, 218, 533, 16, 6, -0.78],
                                 [20, 146, 344, 22, 5, -0.56]]),
                   columns=['id','x','y','sigma_y','sigma_x','rho_xy'])


## for convenience zero-base the 'id' and use as index
dfhogg['id'] = dfhogg['id'] - 1
dfhogg.set_index('id', inplace=True)

## standardize (mean center and divide by 1 sd)
dfhoggs = (dfhogg[['x','y']] - dfhogg[['x','y']].mean(0)) / dfhogg[['x','y']].std(0)
dfhoggs['sigma_y'] = dfhogg['sigma_y'] / dfhogg['y'].std(0)
dfhoggs['sigma_x'] = dfhogg['sigma_x'] / dfhogg['x'].std(0)

def plot_hoggs(dfhoggs):
  ## create xlims ylims for plotting
  xlims = (dfhoggs['x'].min() - np.ptp(dfhoggs['x'])/5,
           dfhoggs['x'].max() + np.ptp(dfhoggs['x'])/5)
  ylims = (dfhoggs['y'].min() - np.ptp(dfhoggs['y'])/5,
           dfhoggs['y'].max() + np.ptp(dfhoggs['y'])/5)

  ## scatterplot the standardized data
  g = sns.FacetGrid(dfhoggs, size=8)
  _ = g.map(plt.errorbar, 'x', 'y', 'sigma_y', 'sigma_x', marker="o", ls='')
  _ = g.axes[0][0].set_ylim(ylims)
  _ = g.axes[0][0].set_xlim(xlims)

  plt.subplots_adjust(top=0.92)
  _ = g.fig.suptitle('Scatterplot of Hogg 2010 dataset after standardization', fontsize=16)
  return g, xlims, ylims
  
g = plot_hoggs(dfhoggs)
 
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/numpy/core/fromnumeric.py:2495: FutureWarning: Method .ptp is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Use numpy.ptp instead.
  return ptp(axis=axis, out=out, **kwargs)
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/seaborn/axisgrid.py:230: UserWarning: The `size` paramter has been renamed to `height`; please update your code.
  warnings.warn(msg, UserWarning)

png

 X_np = dfhoggs['x'].values
sigma_y_np = dfhoggs['sigma_y'].values
Y_np = dfhoggs['y'].values
 

Modèle OLS conventionnel

Maintenant, mettons en place un modèle linéaire, un simple problème de régression d'intersection + pente:

 mdl_ols = tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
    # b0 ~ Normal(0, 1)
    tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
    # b1 ~ Normal(0, 1)
    tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
    # x ~ Normal(b0+b1*X, 1)
    lambda b1, b0: tfd.Normal(
      # Parameter transformation
      loc=b0 + b1*X_np,
      scale=sigma_y_np)
])
 

Vous pouvez ensuite consulter le graphique du modèle pour voir la dépendance. Notez que x est réservé comme nom du dernier nœud, et vous ne pouvez pas le garantir comme argument lambda dans votre modèle JointDistributionSequential.

 mdl_ols.resolve_graph()
 
(('b0', ()), ('b1', ()), ('x', ('b1', 'b0')))

L'échantillonnage à partir du modèle est assez simple:

 mdl_ols.sample()
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-0.50225804634794>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=0.682740126293564>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(20,), dtype=float64, numpy=
 array([-0.33051382,  0.71443618, -1.91085683,  0.89371173, -0.45060957,
        -1.80448758, -0.21357082,  0.07891058, -0.20689721, -0.62690385,
        -0.55225748, -0.11446535, -0.66624497, -0.86913291, -0.93605552,
        -0.83965336, -0.70988597, -0.95813437,  0.15884761, -0.31113434])>]

... qui donne une liste de tf.Tensor. Vous pouvez le brancher immédiatement dans la fonction log_prob pour calculer le log_prob du modèle:

 prior_predictive_samples = mdl_ols.sample()
mdl_ols.log_prob(prior_predictive_samples)
 
<tf.Tensor: shape=(20,), dtype=float64, numpy=
array([-4.97502846, -3.98544303, -4.37514505, -3.46933487, -3.80688125,
       -3.42907525, -4.03263074, -3.3646366 , -4.70370938, -4.36178501,
       -3.47823735, -3.94641662, -5.76906319, -4.0944128 , -4.39310708,
       -4.47713894, -4.46307881, -3.98802372, -3.83027747, -4.64777082])>

Hmmm, quelque chose ne va pas ici: nous devrions obtenir un log_prob scalaire! En fait, nous pouvons vérifier davantage pour voir si quelque chose ne va pas en appelant le .log_prob_parts , qui donne le log_prob de chaque nœud dans le modèle graphique:

 mdl_ols.log_prob_parts(prior_predictive_samples)
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-0.9699239562734849>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-3.459364167569284>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(20,), dtype=float64, numpy=
 array([-0.54574034,  0.4438451 ,  0.05414307,  0.95995326,  0.62240687,
         1.00021288,  0.39665739,  1.06465152, -0.27442125,  0.06750311,
         0.95105078,  0.4828715 , -1.33977506,  0.33487533,  0.03618104,
        -0.04785082, -0.03379069,  0.4412644 ,  0.59901066, -0.2184827 ])>]

... s'avère que le dernier nœud n'est pas en cours de réduction sur la dimension / l'axe iid! Lorsque nous faisons la somme, les deux premières variables sont donc incorrectement diffusées.

L'astuce ici est d'utiliser tfd.Independent pour réinterpréter la forme du batch (afin que le reste de l'axe soit réduit correctement):

 mdl_ols_ = tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
    # b0
    tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
    # b1
    tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
    # likelihood
    #   Using Independent to ensure the log_prob is not incorrectly broadcasted
    lambda b1, b0: tfd.Independent(
        tfd.Normal(
            # Parameter transformation
            # b1 shape: (batch_shape), X shape (num_obs): we want result to have
            # shape (batch_shape, num_obs)
            loc=b0 + b1*X_np,
            scale=sigma_y_np),
        reinterpreted_batch_ndims=1
    ),
])
 

Maintenant, vérifions le dernier nœud / distribution du modèle, vous pouvez voir que la forme de l'événement est maintenant correctement interprétée. Notez que cela peut prendre un peu d'essais et d'erreurs pour obtenir le reinterpreted_batch_ndims correctement, mais vous pouvez toujours imprimer facilement la distribution ou le tenseur échantillonné pour vérifier la forme!

 print(mdl_ols_.sample_distributions()[0][-1])
print(mdl_ols.sample_distributions()[0][-1])
 
tfp.distributions.Independent("JointDistributionSequential_sample_distributions_IndependentJointDistributionSequential_sample_distributions_Normal", batch_shape=[], event_shape=[20], dtype=float64)
tfp.distributions.Normal("JointDistributionSequential_sample_distributions_Normal", batch_shape=[20], event_shape=[], dtype=float64)

 prior_predictive_samples = mdl_ols_.sample()
mdl_ols_.log_prob(prior_predictive_samples)  # <== Getting a scalar correctly
 
<tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-2.543425661013286>

Autre API JointDistribution*

 mdl_ols_named = tfd.JointDistributionNamed(dict(
    likelihood = lambda b0, b1: tfd.Independent(
        tfd.Normal(
            loc=b0 + b1*X_np,
            scale=sigma_y_np),
        reinterpreted_batch_ndims=1
    ),
    b0         = tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
    b1         = tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
))

mdl_ols_named.log_prob(mdl_ols_named.sample())
 
<tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-5.99620966071338>
 mdl_ols_named.sample()  # output is a dictionary
 
{'b0': <tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=0.26364058399428225>,
 'b1': <tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-0.27209402374432207>,
 'likelihood': <tf.Tensor: shape=(20,), dtype=float64, numpy=
 array([ 0.6482155 , -0.39314108,  0.62744764, -0.24587987, -0.20544617,
         1.01465392, -0.04705611, -0.16618702,  0.36410134,  0.3943299 ,
         0.36455291, -0.27822219, -0.24423928,  0.24599518,  0.82731092,
        -0.21983033,  0.56753169,  0.32830481, -0.15713064,  0.23336351])>}
 Root = tfd.JointDistributionCoroutine.Root  # Convenient alias.
def model():
  b1 = yield Root(tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.))
  b0 = yield Root(tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.))
  yhat = b0 + b1*X_np
  likelihood = yield tfd.Independent(
        tfd.Normal(loc=yhat, scale=sigma_y_np),
        reinterpreted_batch_ndims=1
    )

mdl_ols_coroutine = tfd.JointDistributionCoroutine(model)
mdl_ols_coroutine.log_prob(mdl_ols_coroutine.sample())
 
<tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-4.566678123520463>
 mdl_ols_coroutine.sample()  # output is a tuple
 
(<tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=0.06811002171170354>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=float64, numpy=-0.37477064754116807>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(20,), dtype=float64, numpy=
 array([-0.91615096, -0.20244718, -0.47840159, -0.26632479, -0.60441105,
        -0.48977789, -0.32422329, -0.44019322, -0.17072643, -0.20666025,
        -0.55932191, -0.40801868, -0.66893181, -0.24134135, -0.50403536,
        -0.51788596, -0.90071876, -0.47382338, -0.34821655, -0.38559724])>)

MLE

Et nous pouvons maintenant faire des inférences! Vous pouvez utiliser l'optimiseur pour trouver l'estimation du maximum de vraisemblance.

 

# bfgs and lbfgs currently requries a function that returns both the value and
# gradient re the input.
import functools

def _make_val_and_grad_fn(value_fn):
  @functools.wraps(value_fn)
  def val_and_grad(x):
    return tfp.math.value_and_gradient(value_fn, x)
  return val_and_grad

# Map a list of tensors (e.g., output from JDSeq.sample([...])) to a single tensor
# modify from tfd.Blockwise
from tensorflow_probability.python.internal import dtype_util
from tensorflow_probability.python.internal import prefer_static as ps
from tensorflow_probability.python.internal import tensorshape_util

class Mapper:
  """Basically, this is a bijector without log-jacobian correction."""
  def __init__(self, list_of_tensors, list_of_bijectors, event_shape):
    self.dtype = dtype_util.common_dtype(
        list_of_tensors, dtype_hint=tf.float32)
    self.list_of_tensors = list_of_tensors
    self.bijectors = list_of_bijectors
    self.event_shape = event_shape

  def flatten_and_concat(self, list_of_tensors):
    def _reshape_map_part(part, event_shape, bijector):
      part = tf.cast(bijector.inverse(part), self.dtype)
      static_rank = tf.get_static_value(ps.rank_from_shape(event_shape))
      if static_rank == 1:
        return part
      new_shape = ps.concat([
          ps.shape(part)[:ps.size(ps.shape(part)) - ps.size(event_shape)], 
          [-1]
      ], axis=-1)
      return tf.reshape(part, ps.cast(new_shape, tf.int32))

    x = tf.nest.map_structure(_reshape_map_part,
                              list_of_tensors,
                              self.event_shape,
                              self.bijectors)
    return tf.concat(tf.nest.flatten(x), axis=-1)

  def split_and_reshape(self, x):
    assertions = []
    message = 'Input must have at least one dimension.'
    if tensorshape_util.rank(x.shape) is not None:
      if tensorshape_util.rank(x.shape) == 0:
        raise ValueError(message)
    else:
      assertions.append(assert_util.assert_rank_at_least(x, 1, message=message))
    with tf.control_dependencies(assertions):
      splits = [
          tf.cast(ps.maximum(1, ps.reduce_prod(s)), tf.int32)
          for s in tf.nest.flatten(self.event_shape)
      ]
      x = tf.nest.pack_sequence_as(
          self.event_shape, tf.split(x, splits, axis=-1))
      def _reshape_map_part(part, part_org, event_shape, bijector):
        part = tf.cast(bijector.forward(part), part_org.dtype)
        static_rank = tf.get_static_value(ps.rank_from_shape(event_shape))
        if static_rank == 1:
          return part
        new_shape = ps.concat([ps.shape(part)[:-1], event_shape], axis=-1)
        return tf.reshape(part, ps.cast(new_shape, tf.int32))

      x = tf.nest.map_structure(_reshape_map_part,
                                x, 
                                self.list_of_tensors,
                                self.event_shape,
                                self.bijectors)
    return x
 
 mapper = Mapper(mdl_ols_.sample()[:-1],
                [tfb.Identity(), tfb.Identity()],
                mdl_ols_.event_shape[:-1])

# mapper.split_and_reshape(mapper.flatten_and_concat(mdl_ols_.sample()[:-1]))
 
 @_make_val_and_grad_fn
def neg_log_likelihood(x):
  # Generate a function closure so that we are computing the log_prob
  # conditioned on the observed data. Note also that tfp.optimizer.* takes a 
  # single tensor as input.
  return -mdl_ols_.log_prob(mapper.split_and_reshape(x) + [Y_np])

lbfgs_results = tfp.optimizer.lbfgs_minimize(
    neg_log_likelihood,
    initial_position=tf.zeros(2, dtype=dtype),
    tolerance=1e-20,
    x_tolerance=1e-8
)
 
 b0est, b1est = lbfgs_results.position.numpy()

g, xlims, ylims = plot_hoggs(dfhoggs);
xrange = np.linspace(xlims[0], xlims[1], 100)
g.axes[0][0].plot(xrange, b0est + b1est*xrange, 
                  color='r', label='MLE of OLE model')
plt.legend();
 
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/numpy/core/fromnumeric.py:2495: FutureWarning: Method .ptp is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Use numpy.ptp instead.
  return ptp(axis=axis, out=out, **kwargs)
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/seaborn/axisgrid.py:230: UserWarning: The `size` paramter has been renamed to `height`; please update your code.
  warnings.warn(msg, UserWarning)

png

Modèle de version par lots et MCMC

Dans l'inférence bayésienne, nous voulons généralement travailler avec des échantillons MCMC, car lorsque les échantillons proviennent de la partie postérieure, nous pouvons les brancher dans n'importe quelle fonction pour calculer les attentes. Cependant, l'API MCMC nous oblige à écrire des modèles compatibles avec les lots, et nous pouvons vérifier que notre modèle n'est pas réellement "batchable" en appelant sample([...])

 mdl_ols_.sample(5)  # <== error as some computation could not be broadcasted.
 

Dans ce cas, c'est relativement simple car nous n'avons qu'une fonction linéaire à l'intérieur de notre modèle, l'extension de la forme devrait faire l'affaire:

 mdl_ols_batch = tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
    # b0
    tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
    # b1
    tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.),
    # likelihood
    #   Using Independent to ensure the log_prob is not incorrectly broadcasted
    lambda b1, b0: tfd.Independent(
        tfd.Normal(
            # Parameter transformation
            loc=b0[..., tf.newaxis] + b1[..., tf.newaxis]*X_np[tf.newaxis, ...],
            scale=sigma_y_np[tf.newaxis, ...]),
        reinterpreted_batch_ndims=1
    ),
])

mdl_ols_batch.resolve_graph()
 
(('b0', ()), ('b1', ()), ('x', ('b1', 'b0')))

Nous pouvons à nouveau échantillonner et évaluer les log_prob_parts pour faire quelques vérifications:

 b0, b1, y = mdl_ols_batch.sample(4)
mdl_ols_batch.log_prob_parts([b0, b1, y])
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-1.25230168, -1.45281432, -1.87110061, -1.07665206])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-1.07019936, -1.59562117, -2.53387765, -1.01557632])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([ 0.45841406,  2.56829635, -4.84973951, -5.59423992])>]

Quelques notes secondaires:

  • Nous voulons travailler avec la version par lots du modèle car c'est le plus rapide pour MCMC multi-chaînes. Dans les cas où vous ne pouvez pas réécrire le modèle en tant que version par lots (par exemple, les modèles ODE), vous pouvez mapper la fonction tf.map_fn utilisant tf.map_fn pour obtenir le même effet.
  • Maintenant, mdl_ols_batch.sample() pourrait ne pas fonctionner comme nous avons un scaler avant, car nous ne pouvons pas faire scaler_tensor[:, None] . La solution ici est d'étendre le tenseur du scaler au rang 1 en enveloppant tfd.Sample(..., sample_shape=1) .
  • Il est recommandé d'écrire le modèle en tant que fonction afin de pouvoir modifier beaucoup plus facilement les configurations telles que les hyperparamètres.
 def gen_ols_batch_model(X, sigma, hyperprior_mean=0, hyperprior_scale=1):
  hyper_mean = tf.cast(hyperprior_mean, dtype)
  hyper_scale = tf.cast(hyperprior_scale, dtype)
  return tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
      # b0
      tfd.Sample(tfd.Normal(loc=hyper_mean, scale=hyper_scale), sample_shape=1),
      # b1
      tfd.Sample(tfd.Normal(loc=hyper_mean, scale=hyper_scale), sample_shape=1),
      # likelihood
      lambda b1, b0: tfd.Independent(
          tfd.Normal(
              # Parameter transformation
              loc=b0 + b1*X,
              scale=sigma),
          reinterpreted_batch_ndims=1
      ),
  ], validate_args=True)

mdl_ols_batch = gen_ols_batch_model(X_np[tf.newaxis, ...],
                                    sigma_y_np[tf.newaxis, ...])

_ = mdl_ols_batch.sample()
_ = mdl_ols_batch.sample(4)
_ = mdl_ols_batch.sample([3, 4])
 
 # Small helper function to validate log_prob shape (avoid wrong broadcasting)
def validate_log_prob_part(model, batch_shape=1, observed=-1):
  samples = model.sample(batch_shape)
  logp_part = list(model.log_prob_parts(samples))
  
  # exclude observed node
  logp_part.pop(observed)
  for part in logp_part:
    tf.assert_equal(part.shape, logp_part[-1].shape)

validate_log_prob_part(mdl_ols_batch, 4)
 
 

def ols_logp_batch(b0, b1, Y):
  b0_prior = tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.) # b0
  b1_prior = tfd.Normal(loc=tf.cast(0, dtype), scale=1.) # b1
  likelihood = tfd.Normal(loc=b0 + b1*X_np[None, :],
                          scale=sigma_y_np) # likelihood
  return tf.reduce_sum(b0_prior.log_prob(b0), axis=-1) +\
         tf.reduce_sum(b1_prior.log_prob(b1), axis=-1) +\
         tf.reduce_sum(likelihood.log_prob(Y), axis=-1)

b0, b1, x = mdl_ols_batch.sample(4)
print(mdl_ols_batch.log_prob([b0, b1, Y_np]).numpy()) 
print(ols_logp_batch(b0, b1, Y_np).numpy())
 
[-227.37899384 -327.10043743 -570.44162789 -702.79808683]
[-227.37899384 -327.10043743 -570.44162789 -702.79808683]

MCMC utilisant l'échantillonneur No-U-Turn

 
@tf.function(autograph=False, experimental_compile=True)
def run_chain(init_state, step_size, target_log_prob_fn, unconstraining_bijectors,
              num_steps=500, burnin=50):

  def trace_fn(_, pkr):
    return (
        pkr.inner_results.inner_results.target_log_prob,
        pkr.inner_results.inner_results.leapfrogs_taken,
        pkr.inner_results.inner_results.has_divergence,
        pkr.inner_results.inner_results.energy,
        pkr.inner_results.inner_results.log_accept_ratio
           )
  
  kernel = tfp.mcmc.TransformedTransitionKernel(
    inner_kernel=tfp.mcmc.NoUTurnSampler(
      target_log_prob_fn,
      step_size=step_size),
    bijector=unconstraining_bijectors)

  hmc = tfp.mcmc.DualAveragingStepSizeAdaptation(
    inner_kernel=kernel,
    num_adaptation_steps=burnin,
    step_size_setter_fn=lambda pkr, new_step_size: pkr._replace(
        inner_results=pkr.inner_results._replace(step_size=new_step_size)),
    step_size_getter_fn=lambda pkr: pkr.inner_results.step_size,
    log_accept_prob_getter_fn=lambda pkr: pkr.inner_results.log_accept_ratio
  )

  # Sampling from the chain.
  chain_state, sampler_stat = tfp.mcmc.sample_chain(
      num_results=num_steps,
      num_burnin_steps=burnin,
      current_state=init_state,
      kernel=hmc,
      trace_fn=trace_fn)
  return chain_state, sampler_stat
 
 nchain = 10
b0, b1, _ = mdl_ols_batch.sample(nchain)
init_state = [b0, b1]
step_size = [tf.cast(i, dtype=dtype) for i in [.1, .1]]
target_log_prob_fn = lambda *x: mdl_ols_batch.log_prob(x + (Y_np, ))

# bijector to map contrained parameters to real
unconstraining_bijectors = [
    tfb.Identity(),
    tfb.Identity(),
]

samples, sampler_stat = run_chain(
    init_state, step_size, target_log_prob_fn, unconstraining_bijectors)
 
 # using the pymc3 naming convention
sample_stats_name = ['lp', 'tree_size', 'diverging', 'energy', 'mean_tree_accept']
sample_stats = {k:v.numpy().T for k, v in zip(sample_stats_name, sampler_stat)}
sample_stats['tree_size'] = np.diff(sample_stats['tree_size'], axis=1)

var_name = ['b0', 'b1']
posterior = {k:np.swapaxes(v.numpy(), 1, 0) 
             for k, v in zip(var_name, samples)}

az_trace = az.from_dict(posterior=posterior, sample_stats=sample_stats)
 
 az.plot_trace(az_trace);
 

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 az.plot_forest(az_trace,
               kind='ridgeplot',
               linewidth=4,
               combined=True,
               ridgeplot_overlap=1.5,
               figsize=(9, 4));
 

png

 k = 5
b0est, b1est = az_trace.posterior['b0'][:, -k:].values, az_trace.posterior['b1'][:, -k:].values

g, xlims, ylims = plot_hoggs(dfhoggs);
xrange = np.linspace(xlims[0], xlims[1], 100)[None, :]
g.axes[0][0].plot(np.tile(xrange, (k, 1)).T,
                  (np.reshape(b0est, [-1, 1]) + np.reshape(b1est, [-1, 1])*xrange).T,
                  alpha=.25, color='r')
plt.legend([g.axes[0][0].lines[-1]], ['MCMC OLE model']);
 
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/numpy/core/fromnumeric.py:2495: FutureWarning: Method .ptp is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Use numpy.ptp instead.
  return ptp(axis=axis, out=out, **kwargs)
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/seaborn/axisgrid.py:230: UserWarning: The `size` paramter has been renamed to `height`; please update your code.
  warnings.warn(msg, UserWarning)
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/ipykernel_launcher.py:8: MatplotlibDeprecationWarning: cycling among columns of inputs with non-matching shapes is deprecated.
  

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Méthode Student-T

Notez qu'à partir de maintenant, nous travaillons toujours avec la version batch d'un modèle

 def gen_studentt_model(X, sigma,
                       hyper_mean=0, hyper_scale=1, lower=1, upper=100):
  loc = tf.cast(hyper_mean, dtype)
  scale = tf.cast(hyper_scale, dtype)
  low = tf.cast(lower, dtype)
  high = tf.cast(upper, dtype)
  return tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
      # b0 ~ Normal(0, 1)
      tfd.Sample(tfd.Normal(loc, scale), sample_shape=1),
      # b1 ~ Normal(0, 1)
      tfd.Sample(tfd.Normal(loc, scale), sample_shape=1),
      # df ~ Uniform(a, b)
      tfd.Sample(tfd.Uniform(low, high), sample_shape=1),
      # likelihood ~ StudentT(df, f(b0, b1), sigma_y)
      #   Using Independent to ensure the log_prob is not incorrectly broadcasted.
      lambda df, b1, b0: tfd.Independent(
          tfd.StudentT(df=df, loc=b0 + b1*X, scale=sigma)),
  ], validate_args=True)

mdl_studentt = gen_studentt_model(X_np[tf.newaxis, ...],
                                  sigma_y_np[tf.newaxis, ...])
mdl_studentt.resolve_graph()
 
(('b0', ()), ('b1', ()), ('df', ()), ('x', ('df', 'b1', 'b0')))
 validate_log_prob_part(mdl_studentt, 4)
 

Échantillon direct (échantillonnage prédictif préalable)

 b0, b1, df, x = mdl_studentt.sample(1000)
x.shape
 
TensorShape([1000, 20])

MLE

 # bijector to map contrained parameters to real
a, b = tf.constant(1., dtype), tf.constant(100., dtype),

# Interval transformation
tfp_interval = tfb.Inline(
    inverse_fn=(
        lambda x: tf.math.log(x - a) - tf.math.log(b - x)),
    forward_fn=(
        lambda y: (b - a) * tf.sigmoid(y) + a),
    forward_log_det_jacobian_fn=(
        lambda x: tf.math.log(b - a) - 2 * tf.nn.softplus(-x) - x),
    forward_min_event_ndims=0,
    name="interval")

unconstraining_bijectors = [
    tfb.Identity(),
    tfb.Identity(),
    tfp_interval,
]

mapper = Mapper(mdl_studentt.sample()[:-1],
                unconstraining_bijectors,
                mdl_studentt.event_shape[:-1])
 
 @_make_val_and_grad_fn
def neg_log_likelihood(x):
  # Generate a function closure so that we are computing the log_prob
  # conditioned on the observed data. Note also that tfp.optimizer.* takes a 
  # single tensor as input, so we need to do some slicing here:
  return -tf.squeeze(mdl_studentt.log_prob(
      mapper.split_and_reshape(x) + [Y_np]))

lbfgs_results = tfp.optimizer.lbfgs_minimize(
    neg_log_likelihood,
    initial_position=mapper.flatten_and_concat(mdl_studentt.sample()[:-1]),
    tolerance=1e-20,
    x_tolerance=1e-20
)
 
 b0est, b1est, dfest = lbfgs_results.position.numpy()

g, xlims, ylims = plot_hoggs(dfhoggs);
xrange = np.linspace(xlims[0], xlims[1], 100)
g.axes[0][0].plot(xrange, b0est + b1est*xrange, 
                  color='r', label='MLE of StudentT model')
plt.legend();
 
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/numpy/core/fromnumeric.py:2495: FutureWarning: Method .ptp is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Use numpy.ptp instead.
  return ptp(axis=axis, out=out, **kwargs)
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/seaborn/axisgrid.py:230: UserWarning: The `size` paramter has been renamed to `height`; please update your code.
  warnings.warn(msg, UserWarning)

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MCMC

 nchain = 10
b0, b1, df, _ = mdl_studentt.sample(nchain)
init_state = [b0, b1, df]
step_size = [tf.cast(i, dtype=dtype) for i in [.1, .1, .05]]

target_log_prob_fn = lambda *x: mdl_studentt.log_prob(x + (Y_np, ))

samples, sampler_stat = run_chain(
    init_state, step_size, target_log_prob_fn, unconstraining_bijectors, burnin=100)
 
 # using the pymc3 naming convention
sample_stats_name = ['lp', 'tree_size', 'diverging', 'energy', 'mean_tree_accept']
sample_stats = {k:v.numpy().T for k, v in zip(sample_stats_name, sampler_stat)}
sample_stats['tree_size'] = np.diff(sample_stats['tree_size'], axis=1)

var_name = ['b0', 'b1', 'df']
posterior = {k:np.swapaxes(v.numpy(), 1, 0) 
             for k, v in zip(var_name, samples)}

az_trace = az.from_dict(posterior=posterior, sample_stats=sample_stats)
 
 az.summary(az_trace)
 
 az.plot_trace(az_trace);
 

png

 az.plot_forest(az_trace,
               kind='ridgeplot',
               linewidth=4,
               combined=True,
               ridgeplot_overlap=1.5,
               figsize=(9, 4));
 

png

 plt.hist(az_trace.sample_stats['tree_size'], np.linspace(.5, 25.5, 26), alpha=.5);
 

png

 k = 5
b0est, b1est = az_trace.posterior['b0'][:, -k:].values, az_trace.posterior['b1'][:, -k:].values

g, xlims, ylims = plot_hoggs(dfhoggs);
xrange = np.linspace(xlims[0], xlims[1], 100)[None, :]
g.axes[0][0].plot(np.tile(xrange, (k, 1)).T,
                  (np.reshape(b0est, [-1, 1]) + np.reshape(b1est, [-1, 1])*xrange).T,
                  alpha=.25, color='r')
plt.legend([g.axes[0][0].lines[-1]], ['MCMC StudentT model']);
 
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/numpy/core/fromnumeric.py:2495: FutureWarning: Method .ptp is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Use numpy.ptp instead.
  return ptp(axis=axis, out=out, **kwargs)
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/seaborn/axisgrid.py:230: UserWarning: The `size` paramter has been renamed to `height`; please update your code.
  warnings.warn(msg, UserWarning)
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/ipykernel_launcher.py:8: MatplotlibDeprecationWarning: cycling among columns of inputs with non-matching shapes is deprecated.
  

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Regroupement partiel hiérarchique

D'après les données de baseball PyMC3 pour 18 joueurs d'Efron et Morris (1975)

 data = pd.read_table('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pymc-devs/pymc3/master/pymc3/examples/data/efron-morris-75-data.tsv',
                     sep="\t")
at_bats, hits = data[['At-Bats', 'Hits']].values.T
n = len(at_bats)
 
 def gen_baseball_model(at_bats, rate=1.5, a=0, b=1):
  return tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
    # phi
    tfd.Uniform(low=tf.cast(a, dtype), high=tf.cast(b, dtype)),
    # kappa_log
    tfd.Exponential(rate=tf.cast(rate, dtype)),
    # thetas
    lambda kappa_log, phi: tfd.Sample(
        tfd.Beta(
            concentration1=tf.exp(kappa_log)*phi,
            concentration0=tf.exp(kappa_log)*(1.0-phi)),
        sample_shape=n
    ),
    # likelihood
    lambda thetas: tfd.Independent(
        tfd.Binomial(
            total_count=tf.cast(at_bats, dtype),
            probs=thetas
        )), 
])

mdl_baseball = gen_baseball_model(at_bats)
mdl_baseball.resolve_graph()
 
(('phi', ()),
 ('kappa_log', ()),
 ('thetas', ('kappa_log', 'phi')),
 ('x', ('thetas',)))

Échantillon direct (échantillonnage prédictif préalable)

 phi, kappa_log, thetas, y = mdl_baseball.sample(4)
# phi, kappa_log, thetas, y
 

Encore une fois, remarquez que si vous n'utilisez pas Independent, vous vous retrouverez avec log_prob qui a une mauvaise forme de lot.

   # check logp
pprint(mdl_baseball.log_prob_parts([phi, kappa_log, thetas, hits]))
print(mdl_baseball.log_prob([phi, kappa_log, thetas, hits]))
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([0., 0., 0., 0.])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([ 0.1721297 , -0.95946498, -0.72591188,  0.23993813])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([59.35192283,  7.0650634 ,  0.83744911, 74.14370935])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-3279.75191016,  -931.10438484,  -512.59197688, -1131.08043597])>]
tf.Tensor([-3220.22785762  -924.99878641  -512.48043966 -1056.69678849], shape=(4,), dtype=float64)

MLE

Une jolie caractéristique étonnante de tfp.optimizer est que, vous pouvez optimiser en parallèle pour le lot k de point de départ et spécifiez le stopping_condition kwarg: vous pouvez le mettre à tfp.optimizer.converged_all pour voir s'ils trouvent tout de même minime, ou tfp.optimizer.converged_any pour trouver rapidement une solution locale.

 unconstraining_bijectors = [
    tfb.Sigmoid(),
    tfb.Exp(),
    tfb.Sigmoid(),
]

phi, kappa_log, thetas, y = mdl_baseball.sample(10)

mapper = Mapper([phi, kappa_log, thetas],
                unconstraining_bijectors,
                mdl_baseball.event_shape[:-1])
 
 @_make_val_and_grad_fn
def neg_log_likelihood(x):
  return -mdl_baseball.log_prob(mapper.split_and_reshape(x) + [hits])

start = mapper.flatten_and_concat([phi, kappa_log, thetas])

lbfgs_results = tfp.optimizer.lbfgs_minimize(
    neg_log_likelihood,
    num_correction_pairs=10,
    initial_position=start,
    # lbfgs actually can work in batch as well
    stopping_condition=tfp.optimizer.converged_any,
    tolerance=1e-50,
    x_tolerance=1e-50,
    parallel_iterations=10,
    max_iterations=200
)
 
 lbfgs_results.converged.numpy(), lbfgs_results.failed.numpy()
 
(array([False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False,
        False]),
 array([ True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
         True]))
 result = lbfgs_results.position[lbfgs_results.converged & ~lbfgs_results.failed]
result
 
<tf.Tensor: shape=(0, 20), dtype=float64, numpy=array([], shape=(0, 20), dtype=float64)>

LBFGS n'a pas convergé.

 if result.shape[0] > 0:
  phi_est, kappa_est, theta_est = mapper.split_and_reshape(result)
  phi_est, kappa_est, theta_est
 

MCMC

 target_log_prob_fn = lambda *x: mdl_baseball.log_prob(x + (hits, ))

nchain = 4
phi, kappa_log, thetas, _ = mdl_baseball.sample(nchain)
init_state = [phi, kappa_log, thetas]
step_size=[tf.cast(i, dtype=dtype) for i in [.1, .1, .1]]

samples, sampler_stat = run_chain(
    init_state, step_size, target_log_prob_fn, unconstraining_bijectors,
    burnin=200)
 
 # using the pymc3 naming convention
sample_stats_name = ['lp', 'tree_size', 'diverging', 'energy', 'mean_tree_accept']
sample_stats = {k:v.numpy().T for k, v in zip(sample_stats_name, sampler_stat)}
sample_stats['tree_size'] = np.diff(sample_stats['tree_size'], axis=1)

var_name = ['phi', 'kappa_log', 'thetas']
posterior = {k:np.swapaxes(v.numpy(), 1, 0) 
             for k, v in zip(var_name, samples)}

az_trace = az.from_dict(posterior=posterior, sample_stats=sample_stats)
 
 az.plot_trace(az_trace, compact=True);
 

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 az.plot_forest(az_trace,
               var_names=['thetas'],
               kind='ridgeplot',
               linewidth=4,
               combined=True,
               ridgeplot_overlap=1.5,
               figsize=(9, 8));
 

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Modèle à effets mixtes (Radon)

Le dernier modèle de la doc PyMC3: une introduction aux méthodes bayésiennes pour la modélisation à plusieurs niveaux

Quelques changements dans le passé (plus petite échelle, etc.)

 
srrs2 = pd.read_csv('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pymc-devs/pymc3/master/pymc3/examples/data/srrs2.dat')

srrs2.columns = srrs2.columns.map(str.strip)
srrs_mn = srrs2[srrs2.state=='MN'].copy()
srrs_mn['fips'] = srrs_mn.stfips*1000 + srrs_mn.cntyfips

cty = pd.read_csv('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pymc-devs/pymc3/master/pymc3/examples/data/cty.dat')
cty_mn = cty[cty.st=='MN'].copy()
cty_mn[ 'fips'] = 1000*cty_mn.stfips + cty_mn.ctfips

srrs_mn = srrs_mn.merge(cty_mn[['fips', 'Uppm']], on='fips')
srrs_mn = srrs_mn.drop_duplicates(subset='idnum')
u = np.log(srrs_mn.Uppm)

n = len(srrs_mn)

srrs_mn.county = srrs_mn.county.map(str.strip)
mn_counties = srrs_mn.county.unique()
counties = len(mn_counties)
county_lookup = dict(zip(mn_counties, range(len(mn_counties))))

county = srrs_mn['county_code'] = srrs_mn.county.replace(county_lookup).values
radon = srrs_mn.activity
srrs_mn['log_radon'] = log_radon = np.log(radon + 0.1).values
floor_measure = srrs_mn.floor.values.astype('float')

# Create new variable for mean of floor across counties
xbar = srrs_mn.groupby('county')['floor'].mean().rename(county_lookup).values
 

Pour les modèles à transformation complexe, sa mise en œuvre dans un style fonctionnel faciliterait grandement l'écriture et les tests. En outre, cela facilite la génération par programme de la fonction log_prob conditionnée par (mini-lot) de données entrées:

 def affine(u_val, x_county, county, floor, gamma, eps, b):
  """Linear equation of the coefficients and the covariates, with broadcasting."""
  return (tf.transpose((gamma[..., 0]

                      + gamma[..., 1]*u_val[:, None]
                      + gamma[..., 2]*x_county[:, None]))
          + tf.gather(eps, county, axis=-1)
          + b*floor)


def gen_radon_model(u_val, x_county, county, floor,
                    mu0=tf.zeros([], dtype, name='mu0')):
  """Creates a joint distribution representing our generative process."""
  return tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
      # sigma_a
      tfd.HalfCauchy(loc=mu0, scale=5.),
      # eps
      lambda sigma_a: tfd.Sample(
          tfd.Normal(loc=mu0, scale=sigma_a), sample_shape=counties),
      # gamma
      tfd.Sample(tfd.Normal(loc=mu0, scale=100.), sample_shape=3),
      # b
      tfd.Sample(tfd.Normal(loc=mu0, scale=100.), sample_shape=1),
      # sigma_y
      tfd.Sample(tfd.HalfCauchy(loc=mu0, scale=5.), sample_shape=1),
      # likelihood
      lambda sigma_y, b, gamma, eps: tfd.Independent(
          tfd.Normal(
              loc=affine(u_val, x_county, county, floor, gamma, eps, b),
              scale=sigma_y
          ),
          reinterpreted_batch_ndims=1
      ),
  ])

contextual_effect2 = gen_radon_model(
    u.values,  xbar[county], county, floor_measure)

@tf.function(autograph=False)
def unnormalized_posterior_log_prob(sigma_a, gamma, eps, b, sigma_y):
  """Computes `joint_log_prob` pinned at `log_radon`."""
  return contextual_effect2.log_prob(
      [sigma_a, gamma, eps, b, sigma_y, log_radon])

assert [4] == unnormalized_posterior_log_prob(
    *contextual_effect2.sample(4)[:-1]).shape
 
 samples = contextual_effect2.sample(4)
pprint([s.shape for s in samples])
 
[TensorShape([4]),
 TensorShape([4, 85]),
 TensorShape([4, 3]),
 TensorShape([4, 1]),
 TensorShape([4, 1]),
 TensorShape([4, 919])]

 contextual_effect2.log_prob_parts(list(samples)[:-1] + [log_radon])
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-3.95681828, -2.45693443, -2.53310078, -4.7717536 ])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-340.65975204, -217.11139018, -246.50498667, -369.79687704])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-20.49822449, -20.38052557, -18.63843525, -17.83096972])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-5.94765605, -5.91460848, -6.66169402, -5.53894593])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-2.10293999, -4.34186631, -2.10744955, -3.016717  ])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=
 array([-29022322.1413861 ,   -114422.36893361,  -8708500.81752865,
           -35061.92497235])>]

Inférence variationnelle

Une fonctionnalité très puissante de JointDistribution* est que vous pouvez facilement générer une approximation pour VI. Par exemple, pour faire ADVI de champ moyen, il vous suffit d'inspecter le graphique et de remplacer toute la distribution non observée par une distribution normale.

Meanfield ADVI

Vous pouvez également utiliser la fonction expérimentale de tensorflow_probability / python / experimental / vi pour construire une approximation variationnelle, qui sont essentiellement la même logique utilisée ci-dessous (c'est-à-dire en utilisant JointDistribution pour construire une approximation), mais avec la sortie d'approximation dans l'espace d'origine au lieu de la espace illimité.

 from tensorflow_probability.python.mcmc.transformed_kernel import (
    make_transform_fn, make_transformed_log_prob)
 
 # Wrap logp so that all parameters are in the Real domain
# copied and edited from tensorflow_probability/python/mcmc/transformed_kernel.py
unconstraining_bijectors = [
    tfb.Exp(),
    tfb.Identity(),
    tfb.Identity(),
    tfb.Identity(),
    tfb.Exp()
]

unnormalized_log_prob = lambda *x: contextual_effect2.log_prob(x + (log_radon,))

contextual_effect_posterior = make_transformed_log_prob(
    unnormalized_log_prob,
    unconstraining_bijectors,
    direction='forward',
    # TODO(b/72831017): Disable caching until gradient linkage
    # generally works.
    enable_bijector_caching=False)
 
 # debug
if True:
  # Check the two versions of log_prob - they should be different given the Jacobian
  rv_samples = contextual_effect2.sample(4)

  _inverse_transform = make_transform_fn(unconstraining_bijectors, 'inverse')
  _forward_transform = make_transform_fn(unconstraining_bijectors, 'forward')

  pprint([
      unnormalized_log_prob(*rv_samples[:-1]),
      contextual_effect_posterior(*_inverse_transform(rv_samples[:-1])),
      unnormalized_log_prob(
          *_forward_transform(
              tf.zeros_like(a, dtype=dtype) for a in rv_samples[:-1])
      ),
      contextual_effect_posterior(
          *[tf.zeros_like(a, dtype=dtype) for a in rv_samples[:-1]]
      ),
  ])
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-1.73354969e+04, -5.51622488e+04, -2.77754609e+08, -1.09065161e+07])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-1.73331358e+04, -5.51582029e+04, -2.77754602e+08, -1.09065134e+07])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-1992.10420767, -1992.10420767, -1992.10420767, -1992.10420767])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-1992.10420767, -1992.10420767, -1992.10420767, -1992.10420767])>]

 # Build meanfield ADVI for a jointdistribution
# Inspect the input jointdistribution and replace the list of distribution with
# a list of Normal distribution, each with the same shape.
def build_meanfield_advi(jd_list, observed_node=-1):
  """
  The inputted jointdistribution needs to be a batch version
  """
  # Sample to get a list of Tensors
  list_of_values = jd_list.sample(1)  # <== sample([]) might not work
  
  # Remove the observed node
  list_of_values.pop(observed_node)
  
  # Iterate the list of Tensor to a build a list of Normal distribution (i.e.,
  # the Variational posterior)
  distlist = []
  for i, value in enumerate(list_of_values):
    dtype = value.dtype
    rv_shape = value[0].shape
    loc = tf.Variable(
        tf.random.normal(rv_shape, dtype=dtype),
        name='meanfield_%s_mu' % i,
        dtype=dtype)
    scale = tfp.util.TransformedVariable(
        tf.fill(rv_shape, value=tf.constant(0.02, dtype)),
        tfb.Softplus(),
        name='meanfield_%s_scale' % i,
    )

    approx_node = tfd.Normal(loc=loc, scale=scale)
    if loc.shape == ():
      distlist.append(approx_node)
    else:
      distlist.append(
          # TODO: make the reinterpreted_batch_ndims more flexible (for 
          # minibatch etc)
          tfd.Independent(approx_node, reinterpreted_batch_ndims=1)
      )

  # pass list to JointDistribution to initiate the meanfield advi
  meanfield_advi = tfd.JointDistributionSequential(distlist)
  return meanfield_advi
 
 advi = build_meanfield_advi(contextual_effect2, observed_node=-1)

# Check the logp and logq
advi_samples = advi.sample(4)
pprint([
  advi.log_prob(advi_samples),
  contextual_effect_posterior(*advi_samples)
  ])
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([231.26836839, 229.40755095, 227.10287879, 224.05914594])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float64, numpy=array([-10615.93542431, -11743.21420129, -10376.26732337, -11338.00600103])>]

 opt = tf.optimizers.Adam(learning_rate=.1)

@tf.function(experimental_compile=True)
def run_approximation():
  loss_ = tfp.vi.fit_surrogate_posterior(
        contextual_effect_posterior,
        surrogate_posterior=advi,
        optimizer=opt,
        sample_size=10,
        num_steps=300)
  return loss_

loss_ = run_approximation()
 
 plt.plot(loss_);
plt.xlabel('iter');
plt.ylabel('loss');
 

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 graph_info = contextual_effect2.resolve_graph()
approx_param = dict()
free_param = advi.trainable_variables
for i, (rvname, param) in enumerate(graph_info[:-1]):
  approx_param[rvname] = {"mu": free_param[i*2].numpy(),
                          "sd": free_param[i*2+1].numpy()}
 
 approx_param.keys()
 
dict_keys(['sigma_a', 'eps', 'gamma', 'b', 'sigma_y'])
 approx_param['gamma']
 
{'mu': array([1.28145814, 0.70365287, 1.02689857]),
 'sd': array([-3.6604972 , -2.68153218, -2.04176524])}
 a_means = (approx_param['gamma']['mu'][0] 

         + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][1]*u.values
         + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][2]*xbar[county]
         + approx_param['eps']['mu'][county])
_, index = np.unique(county, return_index=True)
plt.scatter(u.values[index], a_means[index], color='g')

xvals = np.linspace(-1, 0.8)
plt.plot(xvals, 
         approx_param['gamma']['mu'][0]+approx_param['gamma']['mu'][1]*xvals, 
         'k--')
plt.xlim(-1, 0.8)

plt.xlabel('County-level uranium');
plt.ylabel('Intercept estimate');
 

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 y_est = (approx_param['gamma']['mu'][0] 

        + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][1]*u.values
        + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][2]*xbar[county]
        + approx_param['eps']['mu'][county]
        + approx_param['b']['mu']*floor_measure)

_, ax = plt.subplots(1, 1, figsize=(12, 4))
ax.plot(county, log_radon, 'o', alpha=.25, label='observed')
ax.plot(county, y_est, '-o', lw=2, alpha=.5, label='y_hat')
ax.set_xlim(-1, county.max()+1)
plt.legend(loc='lower right')
ax.set_xlabel('County #')
ax.set_ylabel('log(Uranium) level');
 

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FullRank ADVI

Pour ADVI de rang complet, nous voulons approcher le postérieur avec une gaussienne multivariée.

 USE_FULLRANK = True
 
 *prior_tensors, _ = contextual_effect2.sample()

mapper = Mapper(prior_tensors,
                [tfb.Identity() for _ in prior_tensors],
                contextual_effect2.event_shape[:-1])
 
 rv_shape = ps.shape(mapper.flatten_and_concat(mapper.list_of_tensors))
init_val = tf.random.normal(rv_shape, dtype=dtype)
loc = tf.Variable(init_val, name='loc', dtype=dtype)

if USE_FULLRANK:
  # cov_param = tfp.util.TransformedVariable(
  #     10. * tf.eye(rv_shape[0], dtype=dtype),
  #     tfb.FillScaleTriL(),
  #     name='cov_param'
  #     )
  FillScaleTriL = tfb.FillScaleTriL(
        diag_bijector=tfb.Chain([
          tfb.Shift(tf.cast(.01, dtype)),
          tfb.Softplus(),
          tfb.Shift(tf.cast(np.log(np.expm1(1.)), dtype))]),
        diag_shift=None)
  cov_param = tfp.util.TransformedVariable(
      .02 * tf.eye(rv_shape[0], dtype=dtype), 
      FillScaleTriL,
      name='cov_param')
  advi_approx = tfd.MultivariateNormalTriL(
      loc=loc, scale_tril=cov_param)
else:
  # An alternative way to build meanfield ADVI.
  cov_param = tfp.util.TransformedVariable(
      .02 * tf.ones(rv_shape, dtype=dtype),
      tfb.Softplus(),
      name='cov_param'
      )
  advi_approx = tfd.MultivariateNormalDiag(
      loc=loc, scale_diag=cov_param)

contextual_effect_posterior2 = lambda x: contextual_effect_posterior(
    *mapper.split_and_reshape(x)
)

# Check the logp and logq
advi_samples = advi_approx.sample(7)
pprint([
  advi_approx.log_prob(advi_samples),
  contextual_effect_posterior2(advi_samples)
  ])
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(7,), dtype=float64, numpy=
array([238.81841799, 217.71022639, 234.57207103, 230.0643819 ,
       243.73140943, 226.80149702, 232.85184209])>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(7,), dtype=float64, numpy=
array([-3638.93663169, -3664.25879314, -3577.69371677, -3696.25705312,
       -3689.12130489, -3777.53698383, -3659.4982734 ])>]

 learning_rate = tf.optimizers.schedules.ExponentialDecay(
    initial_learning_rate=1e-2,
    decay_steps=10,
    decay_rate=0.99,
    staircase=True)

opt = tf.optimizers.Adam(learning_rate=learning_rate)

@tf.function(experimental_compile=True)
def run_approximation():
  loss_ = tfp.vi.fit_surrogate_posterior(
        contextual_effect_posterior2,
        surrogate_posterior=advi_approx,
        optimizer=opt,
        sample_size=10,
        num_steps=1000)
  return loss_

loss_ = run_approximation()
 
 plt.plot(loss_);
plt.xlabel('iter');
plt.ylabel('loss');
 

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 # debug
if True:
  _, ax = plt.subplots(1, 2, figsize=(10, 5))
  ax[0].plot(mapper.flatten_and_concat(advi.mean()), advi_approx.mean(), 'o', alpha=.5)
  ax[1].plot(mapper.flatten_and_concat(advi.stddev()), advi_approx.stddev(), 'o', alpha=.5)
  ax[0].set_xlabel('MeanField')
  ax[0].set_ylabel('FullRank')
 

png

 graph_info = contextual_effect2.resolve_graph()
approx_param = dict()

free_param_mean = mapper.split_and_reshape(advi_approx.mean())
free_param_std = mapper.split_and_reshape(advi_approx.stddev())
for i, (rvname, param) in enumerate(graph_info[:-1]):
  approx_param[rvname] = {"mu": free_param_mean[i].numpy(),
                          "cov_info": free_param_std[i].numpy()}
 
 a_means = (approx_param['gamma']['mu'][0] 

         + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][1]*u.values
         + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][2]*xbar[county]
         + approx_param['eps']['mu'][county])
_, index = np.unique(county, return_index=True)
plt.scatter(u.values[index], a_means[index], color='g')

xvals = np.linspace(-1, 0.8)
plt.plot(xvals, 
         approx_param['gamma']['mu'][0]+approx_param['gamma']['mu'][1]*xvals, 
         'k--')
plt.xlim(-1, 0.8)

plt.xlabel('County-level uranium');
plt.ylabel('Intercept estimate');
 

png

 y_est = (approx_param['gamma']['mu'][0] 

         + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][1]*u.values
         + approx_param['gamma']['mu'][2]*xbar[county]
         + approx_param['eps']['mu'][county]
         + approx_param['b']['mu']*floor_measure)

_, ax = plt.subplots(1, 1, figsize=(12, 4))
ax.plot(county, log_radon, 'o', alpha=.25, label='observed')
ax.plot(county, y_est, '-o', lw=2, alpha=.5, label='y_hat')
ax.set_xlim(-1, county.max()+1)
plt.legend(loc='lower right')
ax.set_xlabel('County #')
ax.set_ylabel('log(Uranium) level');
 

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Modèle de mélange Beta-Bernoulli

Un modèle de mélange où plusieurs réviseurs étiquettent certains éléments, avec des étiquettes latentes inconnues (vraies).

 dtype = tf.float32
 
 n = 50000    # number of examples reviewed
p_bad_ = 0.1 # fraction of bad events
m = 5        # number of reviewers for each example
rcl_ = .35 + np.random.rand(m)/10
prc_ = .65 + np.random.rand(m)/10

# PARAMETER TRANSFORMATION
tpr = rcl_
fpr = p_bad_*tpr*(1./prc_-1.)/(1.-p_bad_)
tnr = 1 - fpr

# broadcast to m reviewer.
batch_prob = np.asarray([tpr, fpr]).T
mixture = tfd.Mixture(
    tfd.Categorical(
        probs=[p_bad_, 1-p_bad_]),
    [
        tfd.Independent(tfd.Bernoulli(probs=tpr), 1),
        tfd.Independent(tfd.Bernoulli(probs=fpr), 1),
    ])
# Generate reviewer response
X_tf = mixture.sample([n])

# run once to always use the same array as input
# so we can compare the estimation from different
# inference method.
X_np = X_tf.numpy()
 
 # batched Mixture model
mdl_mixture = tfd.JointDistributionSequential([
    tfd.Sample(tfd.Beta(5., 2.), m),
    tfd.Sample(tfd.Beta(2., 2.), m),
    tfd.Sample(tfd.Beta(1., 10), 1),
    lambda p_bad, rcl, prc: tfd.Sample(
        tfd.Mixture(
            tfd.Categorical(
                probs=tf.concat([p_bad, 1.-p_bad], -1)),
            [
              tfd.Independent(tfd.Bernoulli(
                  probs=rcl), 1),
              tfd.Independent(tfd.Bernoulli(
                  probs=p_bad*rcl*(1./prc-1.)/(1.-p_bad)), 1)
             ]
      ), (n, )), 
    ])

mdl_mixture.resolve_graph()
 
(('prc', ()), ('rcl', ()), ('p_bad', ()), ('x', ('p_bad', 'rcl', 'prc')))
 prc, rcl, p_bad, x = mdl_mixture.sample(4)
x.shape
 
TensorShape([4, 50000, 5])
 mdl_mixture.log_prob_parts([prc, rcl, p_bad, X_np[np.newaxis, ...]])
 
[<tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float32, numpy=array([1.4828572, 2.957961 , 2.9355168, 2.6116824], dtype=float32)>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float32, numpy=array([-0.14646745,  1.3308513 ,  1.1205603 ,  0.5441705 ], dtype=float32)>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float32, numpy=array([1.3733709, 1.8020535, 2.1865845, 1.5701319], dtype=float32)>,
 <tf.Tensor: shape=(4,), dtype=float32, numpy=array([-54326.664, -52683.93 , -64407.67 , -55007.895], dtype=float32)>]

Inférence (NUTS)

 nchain = 10
prc, rcl, p_bad, _ = mdl_mixture.sample(nchain)
initial_chain_state = [prc, rcl, p_bad]

# Since MCMC operates over unconstrained space, we need to transform the
# samples so they live in real-space.
unconstraining_bijectors = [
    tfb.Sigmoid(),       # Maps R to [0, 1].
    tfb.Sigmoid(),       # Maps R to [0, 1].
    tfb.Sigmoid(),       # Maps R to [0, 1].
]
step_size = [tf.cast(i, dtype=dtype) for i in [1e-3, 1e-3, 1e-3]]

X_expanded = X_np[np.newaxis, ...]
target_log_prob_fn = lambda *x: mdl_mixture.log_prob(x + (X_expanded, ))

samples, sampler_stat = run_chain(
    initial_chain_state, step_size, target_log_prob_fn, 
    unconstraining_bijectors, burnin=100)
 
 # using the pymc3 naming convention
sample_stats_name = ['lp', 'tree_size', 'diverging', 'energy', 'mean_tree_accept']
sample_stats = {k:v.numpy().T for k, v in zip(sample_stats_name, sampler_stat)}
sample_stats['tree_size'] = np.diff(sample_stats['tree_size'], axis=1)

var_name = ['Precision', 'Recall', 'Badness Rate']
posterior = {k:np.swapaxes(v.numpy(), 1, 0) 
             for k, v in zip(var_name, samples)}

az_trace = az.from_dict(posterior=posterior, sample_stats=sample_stats)
 
 axes = az.plot_trace(az_trace, compact=True);
 

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