Source code for autogluon.features.generators.astype

import logging

from pandas import DataFrame, Series

from autogluon.core.features.types import R_INT
from autogluon.core.features.feature_metadata import FeatureMetadata
from autogluon.core.features.infer_types import get_type_map_real

from .abstract import AbstractFeatureGenerator

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# TODO: Add int fillna input value options: 0, set value, mean, mode, median
[docs]class AsTypeFeatureGenerator(AbstractFeatureGenerator): """ Enforces type conversion on the data to match the types seen during fitting. If a feature cannot be converted to the correct type, an exception will be raised. """ def __init__(self, **kwargs): super().__init__(**kwargs) self._feature_metadata_in_real: FeatureMetadata = None # FeatureMetadata object based on the original input features real dtypes (will contain dtypes such as 'int16' and 'float32' instead of 'int' and 'float'). # self.inplace = inplace # TODO, also add check if dtypes are same as expected and skip .astype # TODO: consider returning self._transform(X) if we allow users to specify real dtypes as input def _fit_transform(self, X: DataFrame, **kwargs) -> (DataFrame, dict): return X, self.feature_metadata_in.type_group_map_special def _transform(self, X: DataFrame) -> DataFrame: int_features = self.feature_metadata_in.get_features(valid_raw_types=[R_INT]) if int_features: null_count = X[int_features].isnull().sum() with_null = null_count[null_count != 0] # If int feature contains null during inference but not during fit. if len(with_null) > 0: # TODO: Consider imputing to mode? This is tricky because training data had no missing values. # TODO: Add unit test for this situation, to confirm it is handled properly. with_null_features = list(with_null.index) logger.warning(f'WARNING: Int features without null values at train time contain null values at inference time! Imputing nulls to 0. To avoid this, pass the features as floats during fit!') logger.warning(f'WARNING: Int features with nulls: {with_null_features}') X[with_null_features] = X[with_null_features].fillna(0) if self._feature_metadata_in_real.type_map_raw: # TODO: Confirm this works with sparse and other feature types! X = X.astype(self._feature_metadata_in_real.type_map_raw) return X @staticmethod def get_default_infer_features_in_args() -> dict: return dict() def _infer_features_in_full(self, X: DataFrame, feature_metadata_in: FeatureMetadata = None): super()._infer_features_in_full(X=X, feature_metadata_in=feature_metadata_in) type_map_real = get_type_map_real(X[self.feature_metadata_in.get_features()]) self._feature_metadata_in_real = FeatureMetadata(type_map_raw=type_map_real, type_group_map_special=self.feature_metadata_in.get_type_group_map_raw()) def _remove_features_in(self, features): super()._remove_features_in(features) if features: self._feature_metadata_in_real = self._feature_metadata_in_real.remove_features(features=features) def print_feature_metadata_info(self, log_level=20): self._log(log_level, '\tOriginal Features (exact raw dtype, raw dtype):') self._feature_metadata_in_real.print_feature_metadata_full(self.log_prefix + '\t\t', print_only_one_special=True, log_level=log_level) super().print_feature_metadata_info(log_level=log_level) def _more_tags(self): return {'feature_interactions': False}