Source code for nvtabular.ops.hash_bucket

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from typing import Dict, Union

import numpy

from merlin.core.dispatch import (
from merlin.schema import Tags

from .categorify import _emb_sz_rule
from .operator import ColumnSelector, Operator

[docs]class HashBucket(Operator): """ This op maps categorical columns to a contiguous integer range by first hashing the column, then reducing modulo the number of buckets. Example usage:: cat_names = ["feature_a", "feature_b"] # this will hash both features a and b to 100 buckets hash_features = cat_names >> ops.HashBucket({"feature_a": 100, "feature_b": 50}) processor = nvtabular.Workflow(hash_features) The output of this op would be:: feature_a feature_b 0 90 11 1 70 40 2 52 9 If you would like to do frequency capping or frequency hashing, you should use Categorify op instead. See `Categorify op <>`_ for example usage. Parameters ---------- num_buckets : int or dictionary:{column: num_hash_buckets} Column-wise modulo to apply after hash function. Note that this means that the corresponding value will be the categorical cardinality of the transformed categorical feature. If given as an int, that value will be used as the number of "hash buckets" for every feature. If a dictionary is passed, it will be used to specify explicit mappings from a column name to a number of buckets. In this case, only the columns specified in the keys of `num_buckets` will be transformed. """ def __init__(self, num_buckets: Union[int, Dict[str, int]]): if isinstance(num_buckets, dict): self.num_buckets = num_buckets elif isinstance(num_buckets, int): self.num_buckets = num_buckets else: raise TypeError( "`num_buckets` must be dict, iterable, or int, got type {}".format( type(num_buckets) ) ) super(HashBucket, self).__init__()
[docs] @annotate("HashBucket_op", color="darkgreen", domain="nvt_python") def transform(self, col_selector: ColumnSelector, df: DataFrameType) -> DataFrameType: if isinstance(self.num_buckets, int): num_buckets = {name: self.num_buckets for name in col_selector.names} else: num_buckets = self.num_buckets for col, nb in num_buckets.items(): if is_list_dtype(df[col].dtype): df[col] = encode_list_column( df[col], hash_series(df[col]) % nb, dtype=self.output_dtype ) else: df[col] = (hash_series(df[col]) % nb).astype(self.output_dtype) return df
transform.__doc__ = Operator.transform.__doc__
[docs] def get_embedding_sizes(self, columns): if isinstance(self.num_buckets, int): embedding_size = _emb_sz_rule(self.num_buckets) return {col: embedding_size for col in columns} else: return {col: _emb_sz_rule(self.num_buckets[col]) for col in columns}
def _compute_properties(self, col_schema, input_schema): source_col_name = input_schema.column_names[0] cardinality, dimensions = self.get_embedding_sizes([])[] to_add = {} if cardinality and dimensions: to_add = { "domain": {"min": 0, "max": cardinality}, "embedding_sizes": {"cardinality": cardinality, "dimension": dimensions}, } return col_schema.with_properties({**input_schema[source_col_name].properties, **to_add}) @property def output_tags(self): return [Tags.CATEGORICAL] @property def output_dtype(self): return numpy.int32