Scikeras Tutorial: A Multi Input Multi Output(MIMO) Wrapper for CapsNet Hyperparameter Tuning with Keras | by Anshuman Sabath | Jan, 2021

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Building up on our discussion so far, the wrapper would need to override both BaseWrappers.feature_encoder() and BaseWrappers.target_encoder() . Depending on the type of transformation required, we could either resort to writing our custom transformer, or use one of the many transformers that are already offered in sklearn.preprocessing . For this tutorial, we will demonstrate both the ways of transformation — we will write a custom transformer for the outputs and use a library transformer for the inputs.

Further, since the mechanism of training of the Keras model can not be strictly mirrored with that of a classifier or regressor (due to the reconstruction module), we will sub-class the BaseWrapper while defining our estimator. Moreover, for the performance comparison of the model we need to consider two outputs — hence, a custom scorer will also be needed.

Output Transformer

For our specific implementation, the outputs needed by the Keras model has to be in the form [y_true, X_true], while sklearn expects a numpy array to be fed as targets array. The transformer we define needs to be able to interface seamlessly between the two. This is achieved by fitting the transformer to the outputs in fitmethod, and then usingtransform method that reshapes the output into a list of arrays as expected by Keras, and an inverse_transform method that reshapes the output as expected by sklearn.

We create our custom transformer MultiOutputTransformer , by sub-classing or inheriting from BaseEstimator and TransformerMixin classes of sklearn, and define a fit method. This method could be used to incorporate multiple library encoder, (like LabelEncoder, OneHotEncoder), into a single transformer, as demonstrated in the official tutorial, depending on the type of outputs. These encoders can be fit to the inputs so that the transform and inverse_transform methods can work appropriately. In this function, it is necessary to set the self.n_outputs_expected_ parameter to inform scikeras about the outputs from fit, while other parameters in meta can be optionally set. This function must return self .

In the code presented here, however, I have tried to demonstrate the implementation when there is no transformation needed for the targets except for a possible separation and a rearrangement. It should be noted that it would be possible to define a FunctionTransformer over an identity function to achieve this as well (which is demonstrated in next section).

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