Source code for pymc.step_methods.compound

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Created on Mar 7, 2011

@author: johnsalvatier

from typing import Tuple

from pymc.blocking import PointType, StatsType

[docs]class CompoundStep: """Step method composed of a list of several other step methods applied in sequence."""
[docs] def __init__(self, methods): self.methods = list(methods) self.stats_dtypes = [] for method in self.methods: self.stats_dtypes.extend(method.stats_dtypes) = ( f"Compound[{', '.join(getattr(m, 'name', 'UNNAMED_STEP') for m in self.methods)}]" )
[docs] def step(self, point) -> Tuple[PointType, StatsType]: stats = [] for method in self.methods: point, sts = method.step(point) stats.extend(sts) # Model logp can only be the logp of the _last_ stats, # if there is one. Pop all others. for sts in stats[:-1]: sts.pop("model_logp", None) return point, stats
[docs] def stop_tuning(self): for method in self.methods: method.stop_tuning()
[docs] def reset_tuning(self): for method in self.methods: if hasattr(method, "reset_tuning"): method.reset_tuning()
@property def vars(self): return [var for method in self.methods for var in method.vars]