Source code for pycbc.inference.models

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This package provides classes and functions for evaluating Bayesian statistics
assuming various noise models.

from .analytic import (TestEggbox, TestNormal, TestRosenbrock, TestVolcano,
from .gaussian_noise import GaussianNoise
from .marginalized_gaussian_noise import MarginalizedPhaseGaussianNoise
from .marginalized_gaussian_noise import MarginalizedPolarization
from .brute_marg import BruteParallelGaussianMarginalize
from .single_template import SingleTemplate
from .relbin import Relative

# Used to manage a model instance across multiple cores or MPI
_global_instance = None

def _call_global_model(*args, **kwds):
    """Private function for global model (needed for parallelization)."""
    return _global_instance(*args, **kwds)  # pylint:disable=not-callable

def _call_global_model_logprior(*args, **kwds):
    """Private function for a calling global's logprior.

    This is needed for samplers that use a separate function for the logprior,
    like ``emcee_pt``.
    # pylint:disable=not-callable
    return _global_instance(*args, callstat='logprior', **kwds)

[docs]class CallModel(object): """Wrapper class for calling models from a sampler. This class can be called like a function, with the parameter values to evaluate provided as a list in the same order as the model's ``variable_params``. In that case, the model is updated with the provided parameters and then the ``callstat`` retrieved. If ``return_all_stats`` is set to ``True``, then all of the stats specified by the model's ``default_stats`` will be returned as a tuple, in addition to the stat value. The model's attributes are promoted to this class's namespace, so that any attribute and method of ``model`` may be called directly from this class. This class must be initalized prior to the creation of a ``Pool`` object. Parameters ---------- model : Model instance The model to call. callstat : str The statistic to call. return_all_stats : bool, optional Whether or not to return all of the other statistics along with the ``callstat`` value. Examples -------- Create a wrapper around an instance of the ``TestNormal`` model, with the ``callstat`` set to ``logposterior``: >>> from pycbc.inference.models import TestNormal, CallModel >>> model = TestNormal(['x', 'y']) >>> call_model = CallModel(model, 'logposterior') Now call on a set of parameter values: >>> call_model([0.1, -0.2]) (-1.8628770664093453, (0.0, 0.0, -1.8628770664093453)) Note that a tuple of all of the model's ``default_stats`` were returned in addition to the ``logposterior`` value. We can shut this off by toggling ``return_all_stats``: >>> call_model.return_all_stats = False >>> call_model([0.1, -0.2]) -1.8628770664093453 Attributes of the model can be called from the call model. For example: >>> call_model.variable_params ('x', 'y') """ def __init__(self, model, callstat, return_all_stats=True): self.model = model self.callstat = callstat self.return_all_stats = return_all_stats def __getattr__(self, attr): """Adds the models attributes to self.""" return getattr(self.model, attr) def __call__(self, param_values, callstat=None, return_all_stats=None): """Updates the model with the given parameter values, then calls the call function. Parameters ---------- param_values : list of float The parameter values to test. Assumed to be in the same order as ``model.sampling_params``. callstat : str, optional Specify which statistic to call. Default is to call whatever self's ``callstat`` is set to. return_all_stats : bool, optional Whether or not to return all stats in addition to the ``callstat`` value. Default is to use self's ``return_all_stats``. Returns ------- stat : float The statistic returned by the ``callfunction``. all_stats : tuple, optional The values of all of the model's ``default_stats`` at the given param values. Any stat that has not be calculated is set to ``numpy.nan``. This is only returned if ``return_all_stats`` is set to ``True``. """ if callstat is None: callstat = self.callstat if return_all_stats is None: return_all_stats = self.return_all_stats params = dict(zip(self.model.sampling_params, param_values)) self.model.update(**params) val = getattr(self.model, callstat) if return_all_stats: return val, self.model.get_current_stats() else: return val
[docs]def read_from_config(cp, **kwargs): """Initializes a model from the given config file. The section must have a ``name`` argument. The name argument corresponds to the name of the class to initialize. Parameters ---------- cp : WorkflowConfigParser Config file parser to read. \**kwargs : All other keyword arguments are passed to the ``from_config`` method of the class specified by the name argument. Returns ------- cls The initialized model. """ # use the name to get the distribution name = cp.get("model", "name") return models[name].from_config(cp, **kwargs)
models = { _cls for _cls in ( TestEggbox, TestNormal, TestRosenbrock, TestVolcano, TestPrior, GaussianNoise, MarginalizedPhaseGaussianNoise, MarginalizedPolarization, BruteParallelGaussianMarginalize, SingleTemplate, Relative )}