Source code for evalml.utils.woodwork_utils

"""Woodwork utility methods."""
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
import woodwork as ww

from evalml.utils.gen_utils import is_all_numeric

numeric_and_boolean_ww = [

def _numpy_to_pandas(array):
    if len(array.shape) == 1:
        data = pd.Series(array)
        data = pd.DataFrame(array)
    return data

def _list_to_pandas(list):
    return _numpy_to_pandas(np.array(list))

[docs]def infer_feature_types(data, feature_types=None): """Create a Woodwork structure from the given list, pandas, or numpy input, with specified types for columns. If a column's type is not specified, it will be inferred by Woodwork. Args: data (pd.DataFrame, pd.Series): Input data to convert to a Woodwork data structure. feature_types (string, ww.logical_type obj, dict, optional): If data is a 2D structure, feature_types must be a dictionary mapping column names to the type of data represented in the column. If data is a 1D structure, then feature_types must be a Woodwork logical type or a string representing a Woodwork logical type ("Double", "Integer", "Boolean", "Categorical", "Datetime", "NaturalLanguage") Returns: A Woodwork data structure where the data type of each column was either specified or inferred. Raises: ValueError: If there is a mismatch between the dataframe and the woodwork schema. """ if isinstance(data, list): data = _list_to_pandas(data) elif isinstance(data, np.ndarray): data = _numpy_to_pandas(data) if data.ww.schema is not None: if isinstance(data, pd.DataFrame) and not ww.is_schema_valid( data, data.ww.schema ): ww_error = ww.get_invalid_schema_message(data, data.ww.schema) if "dtype mismatch" in ww_error: ww_error = ( "Dataframe types are not consistent with logical types. This usually happens " "when a data transformation does not go through the ww accessor. Call df.ww.init() to " f"get rid of this message. This is a more detailed message about the mismatch: {ww_error}" ) else: ww_error = f"{ww_error}. Please initialize ww with df.ww.init() to get rid of this message." raise ValueError(ww_error) data.ww.init(schema=data.ww.schema) return data if isinstance(data, pd.Series): if all(data.isna()): data = data.replace(pd.NA, np.nan) feature_types = "Double" return ww.init_series(data, logical_type=feature_types) else: ww_data = data.copy() ww_data.ww.init(logical_types=feature_types) return ww_data
def _convert_numeric_dataset_pandas(X, y): """Convert numeric and non-null data to pandas datatype. Raises ValueError if there is null or non-numeric data. Used with data sampler strategies. Args: X (pd.DataFrame, np.ndarray): Data to transform. y (pd.Series, np.ndarray): Target data. Returns: Tuple(pd.DataFrame, pd.Series): Transformed X and y. """ X_ww = infer_feature_types(X) if not is_all_numeric(X_ww): raise ValueError( "Values not all numeric or there are null values provided in the dataset" ) y_ww = infer_feature_types(y) return X_ww, y_ww def _schema_is_equal(first, other): """Loosely check whether or not the Woodwork schemas are equivalent. This only checks that the string values for the schemas are equal and doesn't take the actual type objects into account. Args: first (ww.Schema): The schema of the first woodwork datatable other (ww.Schema): The schema of the second woodwork datatable Returns: bool: Whether or not the two schemas are equal """ if first.types.index.tolist() != other.types.index.tolist(): return False logical = [ x if x != "Integer" else "Double" for x in first.types["Logical Type"].astype(str).tolist() ] == [ x if x != "Integer" else "Double" for x in other.types["Logical Type"].astype(str).tolist() ] semantic = first.semantic_tags == other.semantic_tags return logical and semantic