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   crossvalidate.py --training_algorithm cpar.CPARTrainer  
 
   crossvalidate.py --training_algorithm cpar.CPARTrainer  
 
                   --classification_algorithm cpar.CPARClassifier  
 
                   --classification_algorithm cpar.CPARClassifier  
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                  --accuracy_measure mi
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                  --replicates 10
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                  --folds 5
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                  --samples examples/genotype_prokaryote.profile
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                  --classes examples/phenotype.profile
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                  --targetclass THERM
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                  --output_filename results.txt
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                  --metadata examples/taxonomic_confounders_propagated.txt
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Another example of crossvalidate is to use the CPAR2SVMTrainer, which trains with CPAR, then breaks down the rules found into individual features and subsequently trains and tests with LIBSVM.  This could also be performed more generally (with feature selection as a separate step) using the Python API below.
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  crossvalidate.py --training_algorithm cpar.CPAR2SVMTrainer
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                  --classification_algorithm libsvm.libSVMClassifier
 
                   --accuracy_measure mi  
 
                   --accuracy_measure mi  
 
                   --replicates 10  
 
                   --replicates 10  

Revision as of 09:23, 13 April 2010

Phenotype Investigation with Classification Algorithms (PICA) is a Python framework for testing genotype-phenotype association algorithms.

Contact

PICA was developed by Norman MacDonald (norman@cs.dal.ca) and is released under the Creative Commons Share-Alike Attribution 3.0 License.

Downloads

Example genotype dataset was compiled from the STRING database version 8.0. Example phenotype data is from the DOE JGI IMG and NCBI lproks. Example taxonomic data is from the NCBI Taxonomy database.

  • PICA source code and example datasets

Setup

Python 2.6 and a suitable version of NumPy for Python 2.6 are required. LIBSVM is required for the SVM training and testing plugins.

Unzip the folder to the desired location and run from the command line. To access the API, make sure the pica folder is on your Python path.

Command-line Interface

Use the option -h for help with any command.

  • train: Train a given data mining algorithm and output model to file.

Example usage:

 train.py --algorithm cpar.CPARTrainer 
          --samples examples/genotype_prokaryote.profile 
          --classes examples/phenotype.profile 
          --targetclass THERM 
          --output output.rules 
  • test: Test a model with a classification algorithm and given model.

Example usage:

 test.py --algorithm cpar.CPARClassifier 
         --samples examples/genotype_prokaryote.profile 
         --classes examples/phenotype.profile 
         --targetclass THERM 
         --model_filename output.rules 
         --model_accuracy mi
  • crossvalidate: Replicated cross-validation with the given training and testing algorithms.

Example usage:

 crossvalidate.py --training_algorithm cpar.CPARTrainer 
                  --classification_algorithm cpar.CPARClassifier 
                  --accuracy_measure mi 
                  --replicates 10 
                  --folds 5 
                  --samples examples/genotype_prokaryote.profile 
                  --classes examples/phenotype.profile 
                  --targetclass THERM 
                  --output_filename results.txt 
                  --metadata examples/taxonomic_confounders_propagated.txt

Another example of crossvalidate is to use the CPAR2SVMTrainer, which trains with CPAR, then breaks down the rules found into individual features and subsequently trains and tests with LIBSVM. This could also be performed more generally (with feature selection as a separate step) using the Python API below.

 crossvalidate.py --training_algorithm cpar.CPAR2SVMTrainer 
                  --classification_algorithm libsvm.libSVMClassifier
                  --accuracy_measure mi 
                  --replicates 10 
                  --folds 5 
                  --samples examples/genotype_prokaryote.profile 
                  --classes examples/phenotype.profile 
                  --targetclass THERM 
                  --output_filename results.txt 
                  --metadata examples/taxonomic_confounders_propagated.txt

Python API

Shortened example of a paired test between mutual information and conditionally weighted mutual information using the CWMIRankFeatureSelector class and the LIBSVM interface for testing each set of features.

See util/batch_validate.py for more details on an example of setting up a programmatic comparison.

 # Create an array to hold paired comparison configurations.
 test_configurations = []
 
 # Create the basic LIBSVM trainer and classifier 
 # that we will use to validate our feature selection.
 trainer = libSVMTrainer(kernel_type="LINEAR",C=5)
 classifier = libSVMClassifier()
 
 # Create two test configurations one for feature selection with mutual
 # information, the other with conditionally weighted mutual information.
 for score in ("mi","cwmi"):
     feature_selector = CWMIRankFeatureSelector(confounders_filename=confounders_filename,
                                                scores=(score,),
                                                features_per_class=10,
                                                confounder="order")
     
     tc = TestConfiguration(score,feature_selector,trainer,classifier)
     test_configurations.append(tc)
 
 # Set up the crossvalidation class for 10 replicates of 5-fold cross-validation
 # and output the model from each replicate/fold to file name patterns starting
 # with 'root_output'.
 crossvalidator = CrossValidation(samples=samples,
                                  parameters=None,
                                  replicates=10,
                                  folds=5,
                                  test_configurations=test_configurations,
                                  root_output=root_output)
 
 # After cross-validation, the crossvalidator object holds the results of 
 # the paired comparisons that can be accessed through its methods. 
 crossvalidator.crossvalidate()