Modellazione bayesiana con distribuzione congiunta

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JointDistributionSequential è una classe simile a una distribuzione di recente introduzione che consente agli utenti di prototipare rapidamente il modello bayesiano. Ti consente di concatenare più distribuzioni e utilizzare la funzione lambda per introdurre le dipendenze. Questo è progettato per costruire modelli bayesiani di piccole e medie dimensioni, inclusi molti modelli di uso comune come GLM, modelli a effetti misti, modelli misti e altro ancora. Abilita tutte le funzionalità necessarie per un flusso di lavoro bayesiano: campionamento predittivo precedente, potrebbe essere plug-in per un altro modello grafico bayesiano più grande o rete neurale. In questo Colab, mostreremo alcuni esempi di come utilizzare JointDistributionSequential per ottenere il tuo flusso di lavoro bayesiano quotidiano

Dipendenze e prerequisiti

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

Importazione e configurazione

Rendi le cose veloci!

Prima di immergerci, assicuriamoci di utilizzare una GPU per questa demo.

Per fare ciò, seleziona "Runtime" -> "Cambia tipo di runtime" -> "Acceleratore hardware" -> "GPU".

Il seguente frammento verificherà che abbiamo accesso a una 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

Distribuzione comune

Note: questa classe di distribuzione è utile quando si dispone solo di un modello semplice. "Semplice" significa grafici a catena; sebbene l'approccio funzioni tecnicamente per qualsiasi PGM con grado al massimo 255 per un singolo nodo (poiché le funzioni Python possono avere al massimo questo numero di argomenti).

L'idea di base è che l'utente specifichi un elenco di messaggi callable che producono istanze di tfp.Distribution , una per ogni vertice nel proprio PGM . Il callable avrà al massimo tanti argomenti quanti il ​​suo indice nell'elenco. (Per comodità dell'utente, gli argomenti verranno passati in ordine inverso rispetto alla creazione.) Internamente "percorreremo il grafico" semplicemente passando il valore di ogni RV precedente in ogni chiamabile. In tal modo implementiamo la [regola chain of probablity] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chain rule (probabilità% 29 # More_than_two_random_variables): $ p ({x} _i ^ d) = \ prod_i ^ dp (x_i | x _ {<i}) $.

L'idea è piuttosto semplice, anche come codice Python. Ecco il succo:

# 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))

Puoi trovare maggiori informazioni dalla docstring di JointDistributionSequential , ma il succo è che passi un elenco di distribuzioni per inizializzare la Classe, se alcune distribuzioni nell'elenco dipendono dall'output di un'altra distribuzione / variabile a monte, devi semplicemente racchiuderlo con un funzione lambda. Ora vediamo come funziona in azione!

(Robusto) Regressione lineare

Da PyMC3 doc GLM: robusta regressione con rilevamento dei valori anomali

Ottieni dati

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

Modello OLS convenzionale

Ora, impostiamo un modello lineare, un semplice problema di intercetta + regressione della pendenza:

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)
])

È quindi possibile controllare il grafico del modello per vedere la dipendenza. Nota che x è riservato come nome dell'ultimo nodo e non puoi essere sicuro che sia l'argomento lambda nel tuo modello JointDistributionSequential.

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

Il campionamento dal modello è abbastanza semplice:

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])>]

... che fornisce un elenco di tf.Tensor. Puoi collegarlo immediatamente alla funzione log_prob per calcolare log_prob del modello:

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, qualcosa non va qui: dovremmo ottenere un log_prob scalare! In effetti, possiamo controllare ulteriormente per vedere se qualcosa non va chiamando il .log_prob_parts , che fornisce il log_prob di ogni nodo nel modello grafico:

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 ])>]

... si scopre che l'ultimo nodo non è reduce_sum lungo la dimensione / asse iid! Quando facciamo la somma le prime due variabili vengono quindi trasmesse in modo errato.

Il trucco qui è usare tfd.Independent per reinterpretare la forma del batch (in modo che il resto dell'asse venga ridotto correttamente):

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
    ),
])

Ora, controlliamo l'ultimo nodo / distribuzione del modello, puoi vedere che la forma dell'evento è ora interpretata correttamente. Nota che potrebbero essere necessari un po 'di tentativi ed errori per ottenere il reinterpreted_batch_ndims corretto, ma puoi sempre stampare facilmente la distribuzione o il tensore campionato per ricontrollare la forma!

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>

Altro JointDistribution* API

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

E ora possiamo dedurre! È possibile utilizzare l'ottimizzatore per trovare la stima di massima verosimiglianza.

Definisci alcune funzioni di supporto

# 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)

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Modello in versione batch e MCMC

Nell'inferenza bayesiana, di solito vogliamo lavorare con campioni MCMC, poiché quando i campioni provengono dal posteriore, possiamo inserirli in qualsiasi funzione per calcolare le aspettative. Tuttavia, l'API MCMC ci richiede di scrivere modelli che siano compatibili con i batch e possiamo verificare che il nostro modello non sia effettivamente "batchabile" chiamando sample([...])

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

In questo caso, è relativamente semplice poiché abbiamo solo una funzione lineare all'interno del nostro modello, espandere la forma dovrebbe fare il trucco:

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')))

Possiamo nuovamente campionare e valutare log_prob_parts per eseguire alcuni controlli:

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])>]

Alcune note a margine:

  • Vogliamo lavorare con la versione batch del modello perché è la più veloce per MCMC multi-chain. Nei casi in cui non è possibile riscrivere il modello come versione batch (ad esempio, modelli ODE), è possibile mappare la funzione tf.map_fn utilizzando tf.map_fn per ottenere lo stesso effetto.
  • Ora mdl_ols_batch.sample() potrebbe non funzionare poiché abbiamo scaler precedente, poiché non possiamo eseguire scaler_tensor[:, None] . La soluzione qui è espandere il tensore dello scaler al rango 1 avvolgendo tfd.Sample(..., sample_shape=1) .
  • È una buona pratica scrivere il modello come una funzione in modo da poter modificare le impostazioni come gli iperparametri molto più facilmente.
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)

Ulteriori controlli: confronto della funzione log_prob generata con la funzione log_prob TFP scritta a mano.

[-227.37899384 -327.10043743 -570.44162789 -702.79808683]
[-227.37899384 -327.10043743 -570.44162789 -702.79808683]

MCMC utilizzando il campionatore No-U-Turn

Una funzione run_chain comune

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));

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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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Metodo Student-T

Nota che d'ora in poi lavoriamo sempre con la versione batch di un modello

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)

Campione in avanti (campionamento predittivo precedente)

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);

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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);

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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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Pooling parziale gerarchico

Dai dati di baseball PyMC3 per 18 giocatori di Efron e 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',)))

Campione in avanti (campionamento predittivo precedente)

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

Di nuovo, nota come se non usi Independent ti ritroverai con log_prob che ha batch_shape sbagliato.

# 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

Una caratteristica piuttosto sorprendente di tfp.optimizer è che puoi ottimizzare in parallelo per k batch di punto di partenza e specificare kwarg stopping_condition : puoi impostarlo su tfp.optimizer.converged_all per vedere se trovano tutti lo stesso minimo o tfp.optimizer.converged_any per trovare rapidamente una soluzione 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 non è convergente.

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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Modello effetto misto (Radon)

L'ultimo modello nel documento PyMC3: A Primer on Bayesian Methods for Multilevel Modeling

Alcune modifiche in precedenza (scala ridotta, ecc.)

Carica i dati grezzi e pulisci

Per i modelli con trasformazioni complesse, implementarlo in uno stile funzionale renderebbe la scrittura e il test molto più semplici. Inoltre, rende molto più semplice la generazione programmatica della funzione log_prob che condiziona (mini-batch) di dati immessi:

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])>]

Inferenza variazionale

Una caratteristica molto potente di JointDistribution* è che puoi generare facilmente un'approssimazione per VI. Ad esempio, per eseguire meanfield ADVI, è sufficiente ispezionare il grafico e sostituire tutta la distribuzione non osservata con una distribuzione normale.

Meanfield ADVI

Puoi anche usare la funzione sperimentale in tensorflow_probability / python / experiment / vi per costruire approssimazioni variazionali, che sono essenzialmente la stessa logica usata di seguito (cioè, usando JointDistribution per costruire approssimazioni), ma con l'output di approssimazione nello spazio originale invece del spazio illimitato.

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

Per l'ADVI a rango pieno, vogliamo approssimare il posteriore con una gaussiana multivariata.

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')

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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');

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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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Modello Miscela Beta-Bernoulli

Un modello misto in cui più revisori etichettano alcuni articoli, con etichette latenti sconosciute (vere).

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)>]

Inferenza (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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