# 线性回归¶

#Indicate the matplotlib to show the graphics inline
%matplotlib inline
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt # import matplotlib
import numpy as np # import numpy
import tensorflow as tf
import numpy as np

trX = np.linspace(-1, 1, 101) #Create a linear space of 101 points between 1 and 1
trY = 2 * trX + np.random.randn(*trX.shape) * 0.4 + 0.2 #Create The y function based on the x axis
plt.figure() # Create a new figure
plt.scatter(trX,trY) #Plot a scatter draw of the random datapoints
plt.plot (trX, .2 + 2 * trX) # Draw one line with the line function


## 单变量线性回归¶

#!/usr/bin/env python
# h(X)= b + wX
%matplotlib inline
import tensorflow as tf
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

def model(X, w, b):
return tf.mul(X, w) + b

trX = np.linspace(-1, 1, 101).astype(np.float32)
# create a y value which is approximately linear but with some random noise
trY = 2 * trX + np.random.randn(*trX.shape) * 0.33 + 10

# create a shared variable (like theano.shared) for the weight matrix
w = tf.Variable(tf.random_uniform([1], -1.0, 1.0))
b = tf.Variable(tf.zeros([1]))
cost = tf.reduce_mean(tf.square(trY-model(trX, w, b)))

# construct an optimizer to minimize cost and fit line to my data

# Launch the graph in a session
with tf.Session() as sess:
# you need to initialize variables (in this case just variable W)
tf.initialize_all_variables().run()

for i in range(1000):
sess.run(train_op)

print "w should be something around [2]: ", sess.run(w)
print "b should be something around [10]:", sess.run(b)

plt.plot(trX, trY, "ro", label="Orinal data")
plt.plot(trX, w.eval()*trX + b.eval(), label="Fitted line")
plt.legend()
plt.show()

# Plot with pandas
#import pandas as pd
#fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=1, ncols=1)
#pd.DataFrame({'x':trX,'y':trY}).plot.scatter(x='x', y='y', ax=axes, color='red')
#pd.DataFrame({'x':trX,'y':w.eval()*trX + b.eval()}).plot.scatter(x='x', y='y', ax=axes, color='blue')

w should be something around [2]:  [ 2.00981951]
b should be something around [10]: [ 9.98865509]


## 多变量线形回归¶

#!/usr/bin/env python
# h(X)= B + WX
%matplotlib inline
import tensorflow as tf
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

def model(X, w, b):
return tf.mul(w, X) + b

trX = np.mgrid[-1:1:0.01, -10:10:0.1].reshape(2, -1).T
trW = np.array([3, 5])
trY = trW*trX + np.random.randn(*trX.shape) + [20, 100]

w = tf.Variable(np.array([1., 1.]).astype(np.float32))
b = tf.Variable(np.array([[1., 1.]]).astype(np.float32))
cost = tf.reduce_mean(tf.square(trY-model(trX, w, b)))

# construct an optimizer to minimize cost and fit line to my data

# Launch the graph in a session
with tf.Session() as sess:
# you need to initialize variables (in this case just variable W)
tf.initialize_all_variables().run()

for i in range(1000):
if i % 99 == 0:
print "Cost at step", i, "is:", cost.eval()
sess.run(train_op)

print "w should be something around [3, 5]: ", sess.run(w)
print "b should be something around [20,100]:", sess.run(b)

Cost at step 0 is: 5329.87
Cost at step 99 is: 1.22204
Cost at step 198 is: 0.998043
Cost at step 297 is: 0.997083
Cost at step 396 is: 0.997049
Cost at step 495 is: 0.997049
Cost at step 594 is: 0.997049
Cost at step 693 is: 0.997049
Cost at step 792 is: 0.997049
Cost at step 891 is: 0.997049
Cost at step 990 is: 0.997049
w should be something around [3, 5]:  [ 3.00108743  5.00054932]
b should be something around [20,100]: [[  20.00317383  100.00382233]]


## tensorflow线性回归¶

import tensorflow as tf

# initialize variables/model parameters
W = tf.Variable(tf.zeros([2, 1]), name="weights")
b = tf.Variable(0., name="bias")

def inference(X):
# compute inference model over data X and return the result
return tf.matmul(X, W) + b

def loss(X, Y):
# compute loss over training data X and expected outputs Y
Y_predicted = inference(X)
return tf.reduce_sum(tf.squared_difference(Y, Y_predicted))

def inputs():
# read/generate input training data X and expected outputs Y
weight_age = [[84, 46], [73, 20], [65, 52], [70, 30], [76, 57], [69, 25], [63, 28], [72, 36], [79, 57], [75, 44], [27, 24], [89, 31], [65, 52], [57, 23], [59, 60], [69, 48], [60, 34], [79, 51], [75, 50], [82, 34], [59, 46], [67, 23], [85, 37], [55, 40], [63, 30]]
blood_fat_content = [354, 190, 405, 263, 451, 302, 288, 385, 402, 365, 209, 290, 346, 254, 395, 434, 220, 374, 308, 220, 311, 181, 274, 303, 244]

return tf.to_float(weight_age), tf.to_float(blood_fat_content)

def train(total_loss):
# train / adjust model parameters according to computed total loss
learning_rate = 0.000001

def evaluate(sess, X, Y):
# evaluate the resulting trained model
print sess.run(inference([[80., 25.]])) # ~ 303
print sess.run(inference([[65., 25.]])) # ~ 256

# Create a saver.
# saver = tf.train.Saver()

# Launch the graph in a session, setup boilerplate
with tf.Session() as sess:
tf.initialize_all_variables().run()

X, Y = inputs()

total_loss = loss(X, Y)
train_op = train(total_loss)

coord = tf.train.Coordinator()

# actual training loop
training_steps = 1000
for step in range(training_steps):
sess.run([train_op])
# for debugging and learning purposes, see how the loss gets decremented
# through training steps
if step % 10 == 0:
print "loss at step ", step, ":", sess.run([total_loss])
# save training checkpoints in case loosing them
# if step % 1000 == 0:
#     saver.save(sess, 'my-model', global_step=step)

evaluate(sess, X, Y)
coord.request_stop()
# saver.save(sess, 'my-model', global_step=training_steps)


loss at step  0 : [54929292.0]
loss at step  10 : [14629748.0]
loss at step  20 : [7090800.0]
loss at step  30 : [5680201.0]
loss at step  40 : [5416011.0]
loss at step  50 : [5366280.5]
loss at step  60 : [5356678.0]
loss at step  70 : [5354588.0]
loss at step  80 : [5353913.0]
loss at step  90 : [5353510.0]
loss at step  100 : [5353166.0]
loss at step  110 : [5352839.5]
loss at step  120 : [5352525.0]
loss at step  130 : [5352218.5]
loss at step  140 : [5351921.0]
loss at step  150 : [5351631.5]
loss at step  160 : [5351349.0]
loss at step  170 : [5351075.0]
loss at step  180 : [5350808.0]
loss at step  190 : [5350549.5]
loss at step  200 : [5350297.0]
loss at step  210 : [5350050.5]
loss at step  220 : [5349814.0]
loss at step  230 : [5349580.5]
loss at step  240 : [5349356.0]
loss at step  250 : [5349134.0]
loss at step  260 : [5348922.0]
loss at step  270 : [5348712.5]
loss at step  280 : [5348511.5]
loss at step  290 : [5348313.5]
loss at step  300 : [5348123.5]
loss at step  310 : [5347935.0]
loss at step  320 : [5347753.5]
loss at step  330 : [5347577.5]
loss at step  340 : [5347405.0]
loss at step  350 : [5347237.0]
loss at step  360 : [5347073.0]
loss at step  370 : [5346915.0]
loss at step  380 : [5346761.0]
loss at step  390 : [5346611.0]
loss at step  400 : [5346464.5]
loss at step  410 : [5346320.5]
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loss at step  440 : [5345914.0]
loss at step  450 : [5345786.0]
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loss at step  500 : [5345193.0]
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loss at step  530 : [5344871.0]
loss at step  540 : [5344771.0]
loss at step  550 : [5344670.5]
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loss at step  570 : [5344480.5]
loss at step  580 : [5344388.0]
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loss at step  600 : [5344212.0]
loss at step  610 : [5344127.0]
loss at step  620 : [5344042.5]
loss at step  630 : [5343962.0]
loss at step  640 : [5343882.0]
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loss at step  690 : [5343514.5]
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loss at step  730 : [5343250.0]
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loss at step  780 : [5342952.5]
loss at step  790 : [5342897.5]
loss at step  800 : [5342843.0]
loss at step  810 : [5342791.5]
loss at step  820 : [5342738.5]
loss at step  830 : [5342688.5]
loss at step  840 : [5342638.5]
loss at step  850 : [5342589.5]
loss at step  860 : [5342543.0]
loss at step  870 : [5342496.5]
loss at step  880 : [5342449.5]
loss at step  890 : [5342406.0]
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loss at step  910 : [5342319.5]
loss at step  920 : [5342277.5]
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loss at step  940 : [5342197.5]
loss at step  950 : [5342157.0]
loss at step  960 : [5342118.5]
loss at step  970 : [5342080.5]
loss at step  980 : [5342043.0]
loss at step  990 : [5342007.5]
[[ 318.77984619]]
[[ 266.52853394]]


## sklearn线性回归¶

import tensorflow.contrib.learn.python.learn as learn
from sklearn import datasets, metrics, preprocessing