Source code for poutyne.plotting

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import os
import itertools
from typing import Any, Dict, List, Optional, Tuple, Union

    import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
    from matplotlib.ticker import MaxNLocator

    matplotlib = True
except ImportError:
    matplotlib = False

    import pandas as pd
except ImportError:
    pd = None

from poutyne import is_in_jupyter_notebook

jupyter = is_in_jupyter_notebook()

def _raise_error_if_matplotlib_not_there():
    if not matplotlib:
        raise ImportError("matplotlib needs to be installed to use this function.")

def _none_to_iterator(value, repeat=None):
    return value if value is not None else itertools.repeat(repeat)

def _assert_list_length_with_num_metrics(list_, metrics, name):
    if list_ is not None and len(list_) != len(metrics):
        raise ValueError(
            f"A {name} was not provided for each metric. Got {len(list_)} {name}s for {len(metrics)} metrics."

def _infer_metrics(history, metrics):
    if metrics is None:
        if pd is not None and isinstance(history, pd.DataFrame):
            cols = list(history.columns)
            cols = list(history[0].keys())
        metrics = [col for col in cols if col != 'epoch' and not col.startswith('val_')]
    return metrics

def _get_figs_and_axes(axes, num_axes, fig_kwargs):
    figs = ()
    if axes is None:
        fig_kwargs = fig_kwargs if fig_kwargs is not None else {}
        figs, axes = zip(*(plt.subplots(**fig_kwargs) for _ in range(num_axes)))
    return figs, axes

def _save_figs(figs, metrics, *, filename_template, directory, extensions):
    save_template = filename_template
    if directory is not None:
        os.makedirs(directory, exist_ok=True)
        save_template = os.path.join(directory, filename_template)

    for fig, metric in zip(figs, metrics):
        for ext in extensions:
            filename = save_template.format(metric=metric) + f'.{ext}'

def _show_figs(figs):
    for fig in figs:

def _close_figs(figs):
    for fig in figs:

[docs]def plot_history( history: Union[List[Dict[str, Union[float, int]]], 'pd.DataFrame'], *, metrics: Optional[List[str]] = None, labels: Optional[List[str]] = None, titles: Optional[Union[List[str], str]] = None, axes: Optional[List['matplotlib.axes.Axes']] = None, show: bool = True, save: bool = False, save_filename_template: str = '{metric}', save_directory: Optional[str] = None, save_extensions: Union[List[str], Tuple[str]] = ('png',), close: Optional[bool] = None, fig_kwargs: Optional[Dict[str, Any]] = None, ): """ Plot the training history in matplotlib. By default, all metrics are plotted. Args: history (Union[List[Dict[str, Union[float, int]]], pandas.DataFrame]): The training history to plot. Can be either a list of dictionary as returned by :func:`` or a Pandas DataFrame as read from a CSV output by the :class:`~poutyne.CSVLogger` callback. metrics (Optional[List[str]], optional): The list of metrics for which to output the plot. By default, every metric in the history is used. labels (Optional[List[str]], optional): A list of labels to use for each metric. Must be of the same length as ``metrics``. By default, the names in the history are used. titles (Optional[Union[List[str], str]], optional): A title or a list of titles to use for each metric. If a list, must be of the same length as ``metrics``. If a string, the same title will be used for all plots. By default, there is no title. axes (Optional[List[matplotlib.axes.Axes]], optional): A list of matplotlib :class:`~matplotlib.axes.Axes` to use for each metric. Must be of the same length as ``metrics``. By default, a new figure and an new axe is created for each plot. show (bool, optional): Whether to show the plots. Defaults to True. save (bool, optional): Whether to save the plots. Defaults to False. save_filename_template (str, optional): The filename without extension for saving the plot. Should contain ``{metric}`` somewhere in it or all the plots will overwrite each other. Defaults to ``'{metric}'``. save_directory (Optional[str], optional): The directory to save the plots. Default to the current directory. save_extensions (Union[List[str], Tuple[str]], optional): A list of extensions under which to save the plots. Defaults to `('png', )`. close (Optional[bool], optional): Whether to close the matplotlib figures. By default, the figures are closed except when in Jupyter notebooks. fig_kwargs (Optional[Dict[str, Any]], optional): Any keyword arguments to pass to :func:`~matplotlib.pyplot.subplots`. Returns: Tuple[List[matplotlib.figure.Figure], List[matplotlib.axes.Axes]]: A tuple ``(figs, axes)`` where ``figs`` is the list of instanciated matplotlib :class:`~matplotlib.figure.Figure` and ``axes`` is a list of instanciated matplotlib :class:`~matplotlib.figure.Axes`. """ # pylint: disable=too-many-locals _raise_error_if_matplotlib_not_there() metrics = _infer_metrics(history, metrics) _assert_list_length_with_num_metrics(labels, metrics, 'label') if isinstance(titles, str): titles = [titles] * len(metrics) else: _assert_list_length_with_num_metrics(titles, metrics, 'title') _assert_list_length_with_num_metrics(axes, metrics, 'axe') labels = _none_to_iterator(labels) titles = _none_to_iterator(titles, repeat='') figs, axes = _get_figs_and_axes(axes, len(metrics), fig_kwargs) for metric, label, title, ax in zip(metrics, labels, titles, axes): plot_metric(history, metric, label=label, title=title, ax=ax) if save: _save_figs( figs, metrics, filename_template=save_filename_template, directory=save_directory, extensions=save_extensions, ) if show: _show_figs(figs) if close is None: close = not jupyter if close: _close_figs(figs) return figs, axes
[docs]def plot_metric( history: Union[List[Dict[str, Union[float, int]]], 'pd.DataFrame'], metric: str, *, label: Optional[str] = None, title: str = '', ax: Optional['matplotlib.axes.Axes'] = None, ): """ Plot the training history in matplotlib for a given metric. Args: history (Union[List[Dict[str, Union[float, int]]], pd.DataFrame]): The training history to plot. Can be either a list of dictionary as returned by :func:`` or a Pandas DataFrame as read from a CSV output by the :class:`~poutyne.CSVLogger` callback. metric (str): The metric for which to output the plot. label (str, Optional[str]): A label for the metric. By default, the label is the same as the name of the metric. title (str, optional): A title for the plot. By default, no title. ax (Optional[matplotlib.axes.Axes], optional): A matplotlib :class:`~matplotlib.axes.Axes` to use. By default, the current axe is used. """ _raise_error_if_matplotlib_not_there() if ax is None: ax = plt.gca() if label is None: train_label = metric valid_label = 'val_' + metric else: train_label = 'Training ' + label valid_label = 'Validation ' + label val_metric_values = None if pd is not None and isinstance(history, pd.DataFrame): epochs = history['epoch'] metric_values = history[metric] if 'val_' + metric in history: val_metric_values = history['val_' + metric] else: epochs = [entry['epoch'] for entry in history] metric_values = [entry[metric] for entry in history] if 'val_' + metric in history[0]: val_metric_values = [entry['val_' + metric] for entry in history] ax.plot(epochs, metric_values, label=train_label) if val_metric_values is not None: ax.plot(epochs, val_metric_values, label=valid_label) ax.set_xlabel('Epochs') ax.set_ylabel(label) ax.xaxis.set_major_locator(MaxNLocator(integer=True)) ax.legend() ax.set_title(title)