StellarGraph API

Core

class stellargraph.GraphSchema(is_directed, node_types, edge_types, schema)[source]

Class to encapsulate the schema information for a heterogeneous graph.

Typically this should be created from a StellarGraph object, using the create_graph_schema() method.

edge_index(edge_type)[source]

Return edge type index from the type tuple

Parameters

index – Tuple of (node1_type, edge_type, node2_type)

Returns

Numerical edge type index

node_index(name)[source]

Return node type index from the type name

Parameters

index – name of the node type.

Returns

Numerical node type index

sampling_layout(head_node_types, num_samples)[source]

For a sampling scheme with a list of head node types and the number of samples per hop, return the map from the actual sample index to the adjacency list index.

Parameters
  • head_node_types – A list of node types of the head nodes.

  • num_samples – A list of integers that are the number of neighbours to sample at each hop.

Returns

A list containing, for each head node type, a list consisting of tuples of (node_type, sampling_index). The list matches the list given by the method type_adjacency_list(…) and can be used to reformat the samples given by SampledBreadthFirstWalk to that expected by the HinSAGE model.

sampling_tree(head_node_types, n_hops)[source]

Returns a sampling tree for the specified head node types for neighbours up to n_hops away. A unique ID is created for each sampling node.

Parameters
  • head_node_types – An iterable of the types of the head nodes

  • n_hops – The number of hops away

Returns

A list of the form [(type_adjacency_index, node_type, [children]), …] where children are (type_adjacency_index, node_type, [children])

type_adjacency_list(head_node_types, n_hops)[source]

Creates a BFS sampling tree as an adjacency list from head node types.

Each list element is a tuple of:

(node_type, [child_1, child_2, ...])

where child_k is an index pointing to the child of the current node.

Note that the children are ordered by edge type.

Parameters
  • head_node_types – Node types of head nodes.

  • n_hops – How many hops to sample.

Returns

List of form [ (node_type, [children]), ...]

class stellargraph.IndexedArray(values=None, index=None)[source]

An array where the first dimension is indexed.

This is a reduced Pandas DataFrame. It has:

  • multidimensional data support, where each element values[idx, ...] can be a vector, matrix or even higher rank object

  • a requirement that all values have the same type

  • labels for the elements of the first axis e.g. index[0] is the label for the values[0, ...] element.

  • no labels for other axes

  • less overhead (but less API) than a Pandas DataFrame

Parameters
  • values (numpy.ndarray, optional) – an array of rank at least 2 of data, where the first axis is indexed.

  • index (sequence, optional) – a sequence of labels or IDs, one for each element of the first axis. If not specified, this defaults to sequential integers starting at 0

class stellargraph.StellarDiGraph(nodes=None, edges=None, *, source_column='source', target_column='target', edge_weight_column='weight', edge_type_column=None, node_type_default='default', edge_type_default='default', dtype='float32', graph=None, node_type_name='label', edge_type_name='label', node_features=None)[source]
class stellargraph.StellarGraph(nodes=None, edges=None, *, is_directed=False, source_column='source', target_column='target', edge_weight_column='weight', edge_type_column=None, node_type_default='default', edge_type_default='default', dtype='float32', graph=None, node_type_name='label', edge_type_name='label', node_features=None)[source]

StellarGraph class for graph machine learning.

Summary of a StellarGraph and the terminology used:

  • it stores graph structure, as a collection of nodes and a collection of edges that connect a source node to a target node

  • each node and edge has an associated type

  • each node and edge has a numeric vector of features, and the vectors of all nodes or edges with the same type have the same dimension

  • it is homogeneous if there is only one type of node and one type of edge

  • it is heterogeneous if it is not homogeneous (more than one type of node, or more than one type of edge)

  • it is directed if the direction of an edge starting at its source node and finishing at its target node is important

  • it is undirected if the direction does not matter

  • every StellarGraph can be a multigraph, meaning there can be multiple edges between any two nodes

To create a StellarGraph object, at a minimum pass the edges as a Pandas DataFrame. Each row of the edges DataFrame represents an edge, where the index is the ID of the edge, and the source and target columns store the node ID of the source and target nodes.

For example, suppose we’re modelling a graph that’s a square with a diagonal:

a -- b
| \  |
|  \ |
d -- c

The DataFrame might look like:

edges = pd.DataFrame(
    {"source": ["a", "b", "c", "d", "a"], "target": ["b", "c", "d", "a", "c"]}
)

If this data represents an undirected graph (the ordering of each edge source/target doesn’t matter):

Gs = StellarGraph(edges=edges)

If this data represents a directed graph (the ordering does matter):

Gs = StellarDiGraph(edges=edges)

One can also pass information about nodes, as either:

  • a IndexedArray

  • a NumPy array, if the node IDs are 0, 1, 2, …

  • a Pandas DataFrame

Each row of the nodes frame (first dimension of the NumPy array) represents a node in the graph, where the index is the ID of the node. When this node information is not passed (the argument is left as the default), the set of nodes is automatically inferred. This inference in the example above is equivalent to:

nodes = IndexedArray(index=["a", "b", "c", "d"])
Gs = StellarGraph(nodes, edges)

Numeric node features are taken as any columns of the nodes DataFrame. For example, if the graph above has two features x and y associated with each node:

# As a IndexedArray (no column names):
feature_array = np.array([[-1, 0.4], [2, 0.1], [-3, 0.9], [4, 0]])
nodes = IndexedArray(feature_array, index=["a", "b", "c", "d"])

# As a Pandas DataFrame:
nodes = pd.DataFrame(
    {"x": [-1, 2, -3, 4], "y": [0.4, 0.1, 0.9, 0]}, index=["a", "b", "c", "d"]
)

# As a NumPy array:
# Note, edges must change to using 0, 1, 2, 3 (instead of a, b, c, d)
nodes = feature_array

Construction directly from a IndexedArray or NumPy array will have the least overhead, but construction from Pandas allows for convenient data transformation.

Edge weights are taken as the optional weight column of the edges DataFrame:

edges = pd.DataFrame({
    "source": ["a", "b", "c", "d", "a"],
    "target": ["b", "c", "d", "a", "c"],
    "weight": [10, 0.5, 1, 3, 13]
})

Numeric edge features are taken by any columns that do not have a special meaning (that is, excluding source, target and the optional weight or edge_type_column columns). For example, if the graph has weighted edges with two features a and b associated with each node:

edges = pd.DataFrame({
    "source": ["a", "b", "c", "d", "a"],
    "target": ["b", "c", "d", "a", "c"],
    "weight": [10, 0.5, 1, 3, 13],
    "a": [-1, 2, -3, 4, -5],
    "b": [0.4, 0.1, 0.9, 0, 0.9],
})

Heterogeneous graphs, with multiple node or edge types, can be created by passing multiple IndexedArray or DataFrames in a dictionary. The dictionary keys are the names/identifiers for the type. For example, if the graph above has node a of type foo, and the rest as type bar, the construction might look like:

foo_nodes = IndexedArray(np.array([[-1]]), index=["a"])
bar_nodes = IndexedArray(
    np.array([[0.4, 100], [0.1, 200], [0.9, 300]]), index=["b", "c", "d"],
)

StellarGraph({"foo": foo_nodes, "bar": bar_nodes}, edges)

(One cannot pass multiple NumPy arrays, because the node IDs cannot be inferred properly in this case. The node IDs for a NumPy array can be specified via the IndexedArray type.)

Notice the foo node has one feature x, while the bar nodes have 2 features y and z. A heterogeneous graph can have different features for each type.

Edges of different types can work in the same way. For instance, if edges have different types based on their orientation:

horizontal_edges = pd.DataFrame(
    {"source": ["a", "c"], "target": ["b", "d"]}, index=[0, 2]
)
vertical_edges = pd.DataFrame(
    {"source": ["b", "d"], "target": ["c", "a"]}, index=[1, 3]
)
diagonal_edges = pd.DataFrame({"source": ["a"], "target": ["c"]}, index=[4])

StellarGraph(nodes, {"h": horizontal_edges, "v": vertical_edges, "d": diagonal_edges})

A dictionary can be passed for both arguments:

StellarGraph(
    {"foo": foo_nodes, "bar": bar_nodes},
    {"h": horizontal_edges, "v": vertical_edges, "d": diagonal_edges}
)

Alternatively, a single DataFrame can be provided, with an additional column of the type. This column is specified by passing the edge_type_column argument:

orientation_edges = pd.DataFrame(
    {
        "source": ["a", "b", "c", "d", "a"],
        "target": ["b", "c", "d", "a", "c"],
        "type": ["h", "v", "h", "v", "d"]
    }
)

StellarGraph(nodes, orientation_edges, edge_type_column="type")

Note

The IDs of nodes must be unique across all types: for example, it is an error to have a node 0 of type a, and a node 0 of type b. IDs of edges must also be unique across all types.

This type stores the external IDs for nodes and edges as ilocs. For convenience, methods here will traffic in the external ID values and transparently convert to and from ilocs as required internally. Many of these methods also have a use_ilocs parameter that allows for explicitly switching the methods to consume and return ilocs directly, cutting out the conversion overhead.

See also

The from_networkx() allows constructing from a NetworkX graph.

The examples of loading data into a StellarGraph from many formats.

Parameters
  • nodes (Numpy array, IndexedArray, DataFrame or dict of hashable to IndexedArray or Pandas DataFrame, optional) – Features for every node in the graph. The values are taken as numeric node features of type dtype. If there is only one type of node, a NumPy array, IndexedArray or DataFrame can be passed directly, and the type defaults to the node_type_default parameter. Nodes have an ID taken from the index of the dataframe, and they have to be unique across all types. For nodes with no features, an appropriate value can be created with IndexedArray(index=node_ids), where node_ids is a list of the node IDs. If this is not passed, the nodes will be inferred from edges with no features for each node.

  • edges (DataFrame or dict of hashable to Pandas DataFrame, optional) – An edge list for each type of edges as a Pandas DataFrame containing a source, target and (optionally) weight column (the names of each are taken from the source_column, target_column and edge_weight_column parameters), along with any feature columns. If there is only one type of edges, a DataFrame can be passed directly, and the type defaults to the edge_type_default parameter. Edges have an ID taken from the index of the dataframe, and they have to be unique across all types.

  • is_directed (bool, optional) – If True, the data represents a directed multigraph, otherwise an undirected multigraph.

  • source_column (str, optional) – The name of the column to use as the source node of edges in the edges edge list argument.

  • target_column (str, optional) – The name of the column to use as the target node of edges in the edges edge list argument.

  • edge_weight_column (str, optional) – The name of the column in each of the edges DataFrames to use as the weight of edges. If the column does not exist in any of them, it is defaulted to 1.

  • edge_type_column (str, optional) – The name of the column in the edges DataFrame to use as the edge type (if this is set, edges must be a single DataFrame, not a dictionary).

  • node_type_default (str, optional) – The default node type to use, if nodes is passed as a DataFrame (not a dict).

  • edge_type_default (str, optional) – The default edge type to use, if edges is passed as a DataFrame (not a dict).

  • dtype (numpy data-type, optional) – The numpy data-type to use for the features extracted from each of the nodes DataFrames.

  • graph – Deprecated, use from_networkx().

  • node_type_name – Deprecated, use from_networkx().

  • edge_type_name – Deprecated, use from_networkx().

  • node_features – Deprecated, use from_networkx().

check_graph_for_ml(features=True, expensive_check=False)[source]

Checks if all properties required for machine learning training/inference are set up. An error will be raised if the graph is not correctly setup.

connected_components()[source]

Compute the connected components in this graph, ordered by size.

The nodes in the largest component can be computed with nodes = next(graph.connected_components()). The node IDs returned by this method can be used to compute the corresponding subgraph with graph.subgraph(nodes).

For directed graphs, this computes the weakly connected components. This effectively treating each edge as undirected.

Returns

An iterator over sets of node IDs in each connected component, from the largest (most nodes) to smallest (fewest nodes).

create_graph_schema(nodes=None)[source]

Create graph schema from the current graph.

Parameters

nodes (list) – A list of node IDs to use to build schema. This must represent all node types and all edge types in the graph. If not specified, all nodes and edges in the graph are used.

Returns

GraphSchema object.

edge_arrays(include_edge_type=False, include_edge_weight=False, use_ilocs=False)tuple[source]

Obtains the collection of edges in the graph as a tuple of arrays (sources, targets, types, weights). types and weights will be None if the optional parameters are not specified.

Parameters
  • include_edge_type (bool) – A flag that indicates whether to return edge types.

  • include_edge_weight (bool) – A flag that indicates whether to return edge weights.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True return ilocs for nodes (and edge types)

Returns

A tuple containing 1D arrays of the source and target nodes (sources, targets, types, weights). Setting include_edge_type and/or include_edge_weight to True will include arrays of edge types and/or edge weights in this tuple, otherwise they will be set to None.

edge_feature_shapes(edge_types=None)[source]

Get the feature shapes for the specified edge types.

Parameters

edge_types (list, optional) – A list of edge types. If None all current edge types will be used.

Returns

A dictionary of edge type and tuple feature shapes.

edge_feature_sizes(edge_types=None)[source]

Get the feature sizes for the specified edge types.

Parameters

edge_types (list, optional) – A list of edge types. If None all current edge types will be used.

Returns

A dictionary of edge type and integer feature size.

edge_features(edges=None, edge_type=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Get the numeric feature vectors for the specified edges or edge type.

For graphs with a single edge type:

  • graph.edge_features() to retrieve features of all edges, in the same order as graph.edges().

  • graph.edge_features(edges=some_edge_ids) to retrieve features for each edge in some_edge_ids.

For graphs with multiple edge types:

  • graph.edge_features(edge_type=some_type) to retrieve features of all edges of type some_type, in the same order as graph.edges(edge_type=some_type).

  • graph.edge_features(edges=some_edge_ids, edge_type=some_type) to retrieve features for each edge in some_edge_ids. All of the chosen edges must be of type some_type.

  • graph.edge_features(edges=some_edge_ids) to retrieve features for each edge in some_edge_ids. All of the chosen edges must be of the same type, which will be inferred. This will be slower than providing the edge type explicitly in the previous example.

Parameters
  • edges (list or hashable, optional) – Edge ID or list of edge IDs, all of the same type

  • edge_type (hashable, optional) – the type of the edges.

Returns

Numpy array containing the edge features for the requested edges or edge type.

edge_type_ilocs_to_names(edge_type_ilocs)[source]

Get the names of the specified edge type ilocs.

Parameters

edge_type_ilocs (sequence of int) – edge type ilocs

Returns

Numpy array containing the names of the requested edge types.

edge_type_names_to_ilocs(edge_type_names)[source]

Get the edge type ilocs for the specified edge types.

Parameters

edge_type_names (sequence of hashable) – edge types

Returns

Numpy array containing the ilocs of the requested edge types.

property edge_types

Returns: a sequence of all edge types in the graph

edges(include_edge_type=False, include_edge_weight=False, use_ilocs=False) → Iterable[Any][source]

Obtains the collection of edges in the graph.

Parameters
  • include_edge_type (bool) – A flag that indicates whether to return edge types of format (node 1, node 2, edge type) or edge pairs of format (node 1, node 2).

  • include_edge_weight (bool) – A flag that indicates whether to return edge weights. Weights are returned in a separate list.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True return ilocs for nodes (and edge types)

Returns

The graph edges. If edge weights are included then a tuple of (edges, weights).

static from_networkx(graph, *, edge_weight_attr='weight', node_type_attr='label', edge_type_attr='label', node_type_default='default', edge_type_default='default', node_features=None, dtype='float32')[source]

Construct a StellarGraph object from a NetworkX graph:

Gs = StellarGraph.from_networkx(nx_graph)

To create a StellarGraph object with node features, supply the features as a numeric feature vector for each node.

To take the feature vectors from a node attribute in the original NetworkX graph, supply the attribute name to the node_features argument:

Gs = StellarGraph.from_networkx(nx_graph, node_features="feature")

where nx_graph contains nodes that have a "feature" attribute containing the feature vector for the node. All nodes of the same type must have the same size feature vectors.

Alternatively, supply the node features as Pandas DataFrame objects with the index of the DataFrame set to the node IDs. For graphs with a single node type, you can supply the DataFrame object directly to StellarGraph:

node_data = pd.DataFrame(
    [feature_vector_1, feature_vector_2, ..],
    index=[node_id_1, node_id_2, ...])
Gs = StellarGraph.from_networkx(nx_graph, node_features=node_data)

For graphs with multiple node types, provide the node features as Pandas DataFrames for each type separately, as a dictionary by node type. This allows node features to have different sizes for each node type:

node_data = {
    node_type_1: pd.DataFrame(...),
    node_type_2: pd.DataFrame(...),
}
Gs = StellarGraph.from_networkx(nx_graph, node_features=node_data)

The dictionary only needs to include node types with features. If a node type isn’t mentioned in the dictionary (for example, if nx_graph above has a 3rd node type), each node of that type will have a feature vector of length zero.

You can also supply the node feature vectors as an iterator of node_id and feature vector pairs, for graphs with single and multiple node types:

node_data = zip([node_id_1, node_id_2, ...],
    [feature_vector_1, feature_vector_2, ..])
Gs = StellarGraph.from_networkx(nx_graph, node_features=node_data)
Parameters
  • graph – The NetworkX graph instance.

  • node_type_attr (str, optional) – This is the name for the node types that StellarGraph uses when processing heterogeneous graphs. StellarGraph will look for this attribute in the nodes of the graph to determine their type.

  • node_type_default (str, optional) – This is the default node type to use for nodes that do not have an explicit type.

  • edge_type_attr (str, optional) – This is the name for the edge types that StellarGraph uses when processing heterogeneous graphs. StellarGraph will look for this attribute in the edges of the graph to determine their type.

  • edge_type_default (str, optional) – This is the default edge type to use for edges that do not have an explicit type.

  • node_features (str, dict, list or DataFrame optional) – This tells StellarGraph where to find the node feature information required by some graph models. These are expected to be a numeric feature vector for each node in the graph.

  • edge_weight_attr (str, optional) – The name of the attribute to use as the weight of edges.

Returns

A StellarGraph (if graph is undirected) or StellarDiGraph (if graph is directed) instance representing the data in graph and node_features.

has_node(node: Any)bool[source]

Indicates whether or not the graph contains the specified node.

Parameters

node (any) – The node.

Returns

A value of True (cf False) if the node is (cf is not) in the graph.

Return type

bool

in_node_arrays(node: Any, include_edge_weight=False, edge_types=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Obtains the collection of neighbouring nodes with edges directed to the given node. For an undirected graph, neighbours are treated as both in-nodes and out-nodes.

Parameters
  • node (any) – The node in question.

  • include_edge_weight (bool, default False) – If True an array of edge weights is also returned.

  • edge_types (list of hashable, optional) – If provided, only traverse the graph via the provided edge types when collecting neighbours.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True node is treated as a node iloc (and similarly edge_types is treated as a edge type ilocs) and the ilocs of each neighbour is returned.

Returns

A numpy array of the neighboring in-nodes. If include_edge_weight is True then an array of edge weights is also returned in a tuple (neighbor_array, edge_weight_array)

in_nodes(node: Any, include_edge_weight=False, edge_types=None, use_ilocs=False) → Iterable[Any][source]

Obtains the collection of neighbouring nodes with edges directed to the given node. For an undirected graph, neighbours are treated as both in-nodes and out-nodes.

Parameters
  • node (any) – The node in question.

  • include_edge_weight (bool, default False) – If True, each neighbour in the output is a named tuple with fields node (the node ID) and weight (the edge weight)

  • edge_types (list of hashable, optional) – If provided, only traverse the graph via the provided edge types when collecting neighbours.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True node is treated as a node iloc (and similarly edge_types is treated as a edge type ilocs) and the ilocs of each neighbour is returned.

Returns

The neighbouring in-nodes.

Return type

iterable

info(show_attributes=None, sample=None, truncate=20)[source]

Return an information string summarizing information on the current graph. This includes node and edge type information and their attributes.

Note: This requires processing all nodes and edges and could take a long time for a large graph.

Parameters
  • show_attributes – Deprecated, unused.

  • sample – Deprecated, unused.

  • truncate (int, optional) – If an integer, show only the truncate most common node and edge type triples; if None, list each one individually.

Returns

An information string.

is_directed()bool[source]

Indicates whether the graph is directed (True) or undirected (False).

Returns

The graph directedness status.

Return type

bool

neighbor_arrays(node: Any, include_edge_weight=False, edge_types=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Obtains the collection of neighbouring nodes connected to the given node as an array of node_ids. If include_edge_weight edge is True then an array of edges weights is also returned in a tuple of (neighbor_ids, edge_weights).

Parameters
  • node (any) – The node in question.

  • include_edge_weight (bool, default False) – If True an array of edge weights is also returned.

  • edge_types (list of hashable, optional) – If provided, only traverse the graph via the provided edge types when collecting neighbours.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True node is treated as a node iloc (and similarly edge_types is treated as a edge type ilocs) and the ilocs of each neighbour is returned.

Returns

A numpy array of the neighboring nodes. If include_edge_weight is True then an array of edge weights is also returned in a tuple (neighbor_array, edge_weight_array)

neighbors(node: Any, include_edge_weight=False, edge_types=None, use_ilocs=False) → Iterable[any][source]

Obtains the collection of neighbouring nodes connected to the given node.

Parameters
  • node (any) – The node in question.

  • include_edge_weight (bool, default False) – If True, each neighbour in the output is a named tuple with fields node (the node ID) and weight (the edge weight)

  • edge_types (list of hashable, optional) – If provided, only traverse the graph via the provided edge types when collecting neighbours.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True node is treated as a node iloc (and similarly edge_types is treated as a edge type ilocs) and the ilocs of each neighbour is returned.

Returns

The neighboring nodes.

Return type

iterable

node_degrees(use_ilocs=False) → Mapping[Any, int][source]

Obtains a map from node to node degree.

use_ilocs (bool): if True return node ilocs

Returns

The degree of each node.

node_feature_shapes(node_types=None)[source]

Get the feature shapes for the specified node types.

Parameters

node_types (list, optional) – A list of node types. If None all current node types will be used.

Returns

A dictionary of node type and tuple feature shapes.

node_feature_sizes(node_types=None)[source]

Get the feature sizes for the specified node types.

Parameters

node_types (list, optional) – A list of node types. If None all current node types will be used.

Returns

A dictionary of node type and integer feature size.

node_features(nodes=None, node_type=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Get the numeric feature vectors for the specified nodes or node type.

For graphs with a single node type:

  • graph.node_features() to retrieve features of all nodes, in the same order as graph.nodes().

  • graph.node_features(nodes=some_node_ids) to retrieve features for each node in some_node_ids.

For graphs with multiple node types:

  • graph.node_features(node_type=some_type) to retrieve features of all nodes of type some_type, in the same order as graph.nodes(node_type=some_type).

  • graph.node_features(nodes=some_node_ids, node_type=some_type) to retrieve features for each node in some_node_ids. All of the chosen nodes must be of type some_type.

  • graph.node_features(nodes=some_node_ids) to retrieve features for each node in some_node_ids. All of the chosen nodes must be of the same type, which will be inferred. This will be slower than providing the node type explicitly in the previous example.

Parameters
  • nodes (list or hashable, optional) – Node ID or list of node IDs, all of the same type

  • node_type (hashable, optional) – the type of the nodes.

Returns

Numpy array containing the node features for the requested nodes or node type.

node_ids_to_ilocs(nodes)[source]

Get the node ilocs for the specified node or nodes.

Parameters

nodes (list or hashable) – node IDs

Returns

Numpy array containing the indices for the requested nodes.

node_ilocs_to_ids(node_ilocs)[source]

Get the node ids for the specified node ilocs.

Parameters

node_ilocs (list or hashable) – node ilocs

Returns

Numpy array containing the node ids for the requested nodes.

node_type(node, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Get the type of the node

Parameters
  • node – a node or iterable of nodes

  • use_ilocs – if True node is treated as a node iloc

Returns

Node type or numpy array of node types

node_type_ilocs_to_names(node_type_ilocs)[source]

Get the names of the specified node type ilocs.

Parameters

node_type_ilocs (sequence of int) – node type ilocs

Returns

Numpy array containing the names of the requested node types.

node_type_names_to_ilocs(node_type_names)[source]

Get the node type ilocs for the specified node types.

Parameters

node_type_names (sequence of hashable) – node types

Returns

Numpy array containing the ilocs of the requested node types.

property node_types

Get a list of all node types in the graph.

Returns

set of types

nodes(node_type=None, use_ilocs=False) → Iterable[Any][source]

Obtains the collection of nodes in the graph.

Parameters
  • node_type (hashable, optional) – a type of nodes that exist in the graph

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True return node ilocs as a range object

Returns

All the nodes in the graph if node_type is None, otherwise all the nodes in the graph of type node_type.

nodes_of_type(node_type=None)[source]

Get the nodes of the graph with the specified node types.

Parameters

node_type (hashable) – a type of nodes that exist in the graph (this must be passed, omitting it or passing None is deprecated)

Returns

A list of node IDs with type node_type

number_of_edges()int[source]

Obtains the number of edges in the graph.

Returns

The number of edges.

Return type

int

number_of_nodes()int[source]

Obtains the number of nodes in the graph.

Returns

The number of nodes.

Return type

int

out_node_arrays(node: Any, include_edge_weight=False, edge_types=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Obtains the collection of neighbouring nodes with edges directed from the given node. For an undirected graph, neighbours are treated as both in-nodes and out-nodes.

Parameters
  • node (any) – The node in question.

  • include_edge_weight (bool, default False) – If True an array of edge weights is also returned.

  • edge_types (list of hashable, optional) – If provided, only traverse the graph via the provided edge types when collecting neighbours.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True node is treated as a node iloc (and similarly edge_types is treated as a edge type ilocs) and the ilocs of each neighbour is returned.

Returns

A numpy array of the neighboring out-nodes. If include_edge_weight is True then an array of edge weights is also returned in a tuple (neighbor_array, edge_weight_array)

out_nodes(node: Any, include_edge_weight=False, edge_types=None, use_ilocs=False) → Iterable[Any][source]

Obtains the collection of neighbouring nodes with edges directed from the given node. For an undirected graph, neighbours are treated as both in-nodes and out-nodes.

Parameters
  • node (any) – The node in question.

  • include_edge_weight (bool, default False) – If True, each neighbour in the output is a named tuple with fields node (the node ID) and weight (the edge weight)

  • edge_types (list of hashable, optional) – If provided, only traverse the graph via the provided edge types when collecting neighbours.

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True node is treated as a node iloc (and similarly edge_types is treated as a edge type ilocs) and the ilocs of each neighbour is returned.

Returns

The neighbouring out-nodes.

Return type

iterable

subgraph(nodes)[source]

Compute the node-induced subgraph implied by nodes.

Parameters

nodes (iterable) – The nodes in the subgraph.

Returns

A StellarGraph or StellarDiGraph instance containing only the nodes in nodes, and any edges between them in self. It contains the same node & edge types, node features and edge weights as in self.

to_adjacency_matrix(nodes: Optional[Iterable] = None, weighted=False, edge_type=None)[source]

Obtains a SciPy sparse adjacency matrix of edge weights.

By default (weighted=False), each element of the matrix contains the number of edges between the two vertices (only 0 or 1 in a graph without multi-edges).

Parameters
  • nodes (iterable) – The optional collection of nodes comprising the subgraph. If specified, then the adjacency matrix is computed for the subgraph; otherwise, it is computed for the full graph.

  • weighted (bool) – If true, use the edge weight column from the graph instead of edge counts (weights from multi-edges are summed).

  • edge_type (hashable, optional) – If set (to an edge type), only includes edges of that type, otherwise uses all edges.

Returns

The weighted adjacency matrix.

to_networkx(node_type_attr='label', edge_type_attr='label', edge_weight_attr='weight', feature_attr='feature', node_type_name=None, edge_type_name=None, edge_weight_label=None, feature_name=None)[source]

Create a NetworkX MultiGraph or MultiDiGraph instance representing this graph.

Parameters
  • node_type_attr (str) – the name of the attribute to use to store a node’s type (or label).

  • edge_type_attr (str) – the name of the attribute to use to store a edge’s type (or label).

  • edge_weight_attr (str) – the name of the attribute to use to store a edge’s weight.

  • feature_attr (str, optional) – the name of the attribute to use to store a node’s feature vector; if None, feature vectors are not stored within each node.

  • node_type_name (str) – Deprecated, use node_type_attr.

  • edge_type_name (str) – Deprecated, use edge_type_attr.

  • edge_weight_label (str) – Deprecated, use edge_weight_attr.

  • feature_name (str, optional) – Deprecated, use feature_attr.

Returns

An instance of networkx.MultiDiGraph (if directed) or networkx.MultiGraph (if undirected) containing all the nodes & edges and their types & features in this graph.

unique_edge_type(error_message=None)[source]

Return the unique edge type, for a homogeneous-edge graph.

Parameters

error_message (str, optional) – a custom message to use for the exception; this can use the %(found)s placeholder to insert the real sequence of edge types.

Returns

If this graph has only one edge type, this returns that edge type, otherwise it raises a ValueError exception.

unique_node_type(error_message=None)[source]

Return the unique node type, for a homogeneous-node graph.

Parameters

error_message (str, optional) – a custom message to use for the exception; this can use the %(found)s placeholder to insert the real sequence of node types.

Returns

If this graph has only one node type, this returns that node type, otherwise it raises a ValueError exception.

stellargraph.custom_keras_layers = {...}

A dictionary of the tensorflow.keras layers defined by StellarGraph.

When Keras models using StellarGraph layers are saved, they can be loaded by passing this value to the custom_objects parameter to model loading functions like tensorflow.keras.models.load_model.

Example:

import stellargraph as sg
from tensorflow import keras
keras.models.load_model("/path/to/model", custom_objects=sg.custom_keras_layers)

Data

The data package contains classes and functions to read, process, and query graph data

class stellargraph.data.BiasedRandomWalk(graph, n=None, length=None, p=1.0, q=1.0, weighted=False, seed=None)[source]

Performs biased second order random walks (like those used in Node2Vec algorithm https://snap.stanford.edu/node2vec/) controlled by the values of two parameters p and q.

See also

Examples using this random walk:

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • graph (StellarGraph) – Graph to traverse

  • n (int, optional) – Total number of random walks per root node

  • length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk

  • p (float, optional) – Defines probability, 1/p, of returning to source node

  • q (float, optional) – Defines probability, 1/q, for moving to a node away from the source node

  • weighted (bool, optional) – Indicates whether the walk is unweighted or weighted

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed

run(nodes, *, n=None, length=None, p=None, q=None, seed=None, weighted=None)[source]

Perform a random walk starting from the root nodes. Optional parameters default to using the values passed in during construction.

Parameters
  • nodes (list) – The root nodes as a list of node IDs

  • n (int, optional) – Total number of random walks per root node

  • length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk

  • p (float, optional) – Defines probability, 1/p, of returning to source node

  • q (float, optional) – Defines probability, 1/q, for moving to a node away from the source node

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed; default is None

  • weighted (bool, optional) – Indicates whether the walk is unweighted or weighted

Returns

List of lists of nodes ids for each of the random walks

class stellargraph.data.EdgeSplitter(g, g_master=None)[source]

Class for generating training and test data for link prediction in graphs.

The class requires as input a graph (in networkx format) and a percentage as a function of the total number of edges in the given graph of the number of positive and negative edges to sample. For heterogeneous graphs, the caller can also specify the type of edge and an edge property to split on. In the latter case, only a date property can be used and it must be in the format dd/mm/yyyy. A date to be used as a threshold value such that only edges that have date after the threshold must be given. This effects only the sampling of positive edges.

Negative edges are sampled at random by (for ‘global’ method) selecting two nodes in the graph and then checking if these edges are connected or not. If not, the pair of nodes is considered a negative sample. Otherwise, it is discarded and the process repeats. Alternatively, negative edges are sampled (for ‘local’ method) using DFS search at a distance from the source node (selected at random from all nodes in the graph) sampled according to a given set of probabilities.

Positive edges can be sampled so that when they are subsequently removed from the graph, the reduced graph is either guaranteed, or not guaranteed, to remain connected. In the former case, graph connectivity is maintained by first calculating the minimum spanning tree. The edges that belong to the minimum spanning tree are protected from removal, and therefore cannot be sampled for the training set. The edges that do not belong to the minimum spanning tree are then sampled uniformly at random, until the required number of positive edges have been sampled for the training set. In the latter case, when connectedness of the reduced graph is not guaranteed, positive edges are sampled uniformly at random from all the edges in the graph, regardless of whether they belong to the spanning tree (which is not calculated in this case).

Parameters
  • g (StellarGraph or networkx object) – The graph to sample edges from.

  • g_master (StellarGraph or networkx object) – The graph representing the original dataset and a superset of the graph g. If it is not None, then when positive and negative edges are sampled, care is taken to make sure that a true positive edge is not sampled as a negative edge.

train_test_split(p=0.5, method='global', probs=None, keep_connected=False, edge_label=None, edge_attribute_label=None, edge_attribute_threshold=None, attribute_is_datetime=None, seed=None)[source]

Generates positive and negative edges and a graph that has the same nodes as the original but the positive edges removed. It can be used to generate data from homogeneous and heterogeneous graphs.

For heterogeneous graphs, positive and negative examples can be generated based on specified edge type or edge type and edge property given a threshold value for the latter.

Parameters
  • p (float) – Percent of edges to be returned. It is calculated as a function of the total number of edges in the original graph. If the graph is heterogeneous, the percentage is calculated as a function of the total number of edges that satisfy the edge_label, edge_attribute_label and edge_attribute_threshold values given.

  • method (str) – How negative edges are sampled. If ‘global’, then nodes are selected at random. If ‘local’ then the first nodes is sampled from all nodes in the graph, but the second node is chosen to be from the former’s local neighbourhood.

  • probs (list) – list The probabilities for sampling a node that is k-hops from the source node, e.g., [0.25, 0.75] means that there is a 0.25 probability that the target node will be 1-hope away from the source node and 0.75 that it will be 2 hops away from the source node. This only affects sampling of negative edges if method is set to ‘local’.

  • keep_connected (bool) – If True then when positive edges are removed care is taken that the reduced graph remains connected. If False, positive edges are removed without guaranteeing the connectivity of the reduced graph.

  • edge_label (str, optional) – of edges to split on.

  • edge_attribute_label (str, optional) – The label for the edge attribute to split on.

  • edge_attribute_threshold (str, optional) – The threshold value applied to the edge attribute when sampling positive examples.

  • attribute_is_datetime (bool, optional) – Specifies if edge attribute is datetime or not.

  • seed (int, optional) – seed for random number generator, positive int or 0

Returns

The reduced graph (positive edges removed) and the edge data as 2 numpy arrays, the first array of dimensionality N × 2 (where N is the number of edges) holding the node ids for the edges and the second of dimensionality N × 1 holding the edge labels, 0 for negative and 1 for positive examples. The graph matches the input graph passed to the EdgeSplitter constructor: the returned graph is a StellarGraph instance if the input graph was one, and, similarly, a NetworkX graph if the input graph was one.

class stellargraph.data.SampledBreadthFirstWalk(graph, graph_schema=None, seed=None)[source]

Breadth First Walk that generates a sampled number of paths from a starting node. It can be used to extract a random sub-graph starting from a set of initial nodes.

run(nodes, n_size, n=1, seed=None, weighted=False)[source]

Performs a sampled breadth-first walk starting from the root nodes.

Parameters
  • nodes (list) – A list of root node ids such that from each node a BFWs will be generated up to the given depth. The depth of each of the walks is inferred from the length of the n_size list parameter.

  • n_size (list of int) – The number of neighbouring nodes to expand at each depth of the walk. Sampling of neighbours is always done with replacement regardless of the node degree and number of neighbours requested.

  • n (int) – Number of walks per node id.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed; Default is None.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – If True, sample neighbours using the edge weights in the graph.

Returns

A list of lists such that each list element is a sequence of ids corresponding to a BFW.

class stellargraph.data.SampledHeterogeneousBreadthFirstWalk(graph, graph_schema=None, seed=None)[source]

Breadth First Walk for heterogeneous graphs that generates a sampled number of paths from a starting node. It can be used to extract a random sub-graph starting from a set of initial nodes.

run(nodes, n_size, n=1, seed=None)[source]

Performs a sampled breadth-first walk starting from the root nodes.

Parameters
  • nodes (list) – A list of root node ids such that from each node n BFWs will be generated with the number of samples per hop specified in n_size.

  • n_size (int) – The number of neighbouring nodes to expand at each depth of the walk. Sampling of

  • n (int, default 1) – Number of walks per node id. Neighbours with replacement is always used regardless of the node degree and number of neighbours requested.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed; default is None

Returns

A list of lists such that each list element is a sequence of ids corresponding to a sampled Heterogeneous BFW.

class stellargraph.data.TemporalRandomWalk(graph, cw_size=None, max_walk_length=80, initial_edge_bias=None, walk_bias=None, p_walk_success_threshold=0.01, seed=None)[source]

Performs temporal random walks on the given graph. The graph should contain numerical edge weights that correspond to the time at which the edge was created. Exact units are not relevant for the algorithm, only the relative differences (e.g. seconds, days, etc).

See also

Example using this random walk: link prediction with CTDNE

Related functionality: other random walks: UniformRandomWalk, BiasedRandomWalk, UniformRandomMetaPathWalk.

Parameters
  • graph (StellarGraph) – Graph to traverse

  • cw_size (int, optional) – Size of context window. Also used as the minimum walk length, since a walk must generate at least 1 context window for it to be useful.

  • max_walk_length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk. Should be greater than or equal to the context window size.

  • initial_edge_bias (str, optional) –

    Distribution to use when choosing a random initial temporal edge to start from. Available options are:

    • None (default) - The initial edge is picked from a uniform distribution.

    • ”exponential” - Heavily biased towards more recent edges.

  • walk_bias (str, optional) –

    Distribution to use when choosing a random neighbour to walk through. Available options are:

    • None (default) - Neighbours are picked from a uniform distribution.

    • ”exponential” - Exponentially decaying probability, resulting in a bias towards shorter time gaps.

  • p_walk_success_threshold (float, optional) – Lower bound for the proportion of successful (i.e. longer than minimum length) walks. If the 95% percentile of the estimated proportion is less than the provided threshold, a RuntimeError will be raised. The default value of 0.01 means an error is raised if less than 1% of the attempted random walks are successful. This parameter exists to catch any potential situation where too many unsuccessful walks can cause an infinite or very slow loop.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed.

run(num_cw, cw_size=None, max_walk_length=None, initial_edge_bias=None, walk_bias=None, p_walk_success_threshold=None, seed=None)[source]

Perform a time respecting random walk starting from randomly selected temporal edges. Optional parameters default to using the values passed in during construction.

Parameters
  • num_cw (int) – Total number of context windows to generate. For comparable results to most other random walks, this should be a multiple of the number of nodes in the graph.

  • cw_size (int, optional) – Size of context window. Also used as the minimum walk length, since a walk must generate at least 1 context window for it to be useful.

  • max_walk_length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk. Should be greater than or equal to the context window size.

  • initial_edge_bias (str, optional) –

    Distribution to use when choosing a random initial temporal edge to start from. Available options are:

    • None (default) - The initial edge is picked from a uniform distribution.

    • ”exponential” - Heavily biased towards more recent edges.

  • walk_bias (str, optional) –

    Distribution to use when choosing a random neighbour to walk through. Available options are:

    • None (default) - Neighbours are picked from a uniform distribution.

    • ”exponential” - Exponentially decaying probability, resulting in a bias towards shorter time gaps.

  • p_walk_success_threshold (float, optional) – Lower bound for the proportion of successful (i.e. longer than minimum length) walks. If the 95% percentile of the estimated proportion is less than the provided threshold, a RuntimeError will be raised. The default value of 0.01 means an error is raised if less than 1% of the attempted random walks are successful. This parameter exists to catch any potential situation where too many unsuccessful walks can cause an infinite or very slow loop.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed; default is None.

Returns

List of lists of node ids for each of the random walks.

class stellargraph.data.UniformRandomMetaPathWalk(graph, n=None, length=None, metapaths=None, seed=None)[source]

For heterogeneous graphs, it performs uniform random walks based on given metapaths. Optional parameters default to using the values passed in during construction.

See also

Examples using this random walk:

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • graph (StellarGraph) – Graph to traverse

  • n (int, optional) – Total number of random walks per root node

  • length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk

  • metapaths (list of list, optional) – List of lists of node labels that specify a metapath schema, e.g., [[‘Author’, ‘Paper’, ‘Author’], [‘Author, ‘Paper’, ‘Venue’, ‘Paper’, ‘Author’]] specifies two metapath schemas of length 3 and 5 respectively.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed

run(nodes, *, n=None, length=None, metapaths=None, seed=None)[source]

Performs metapath-driven uniform random walks on heterogeneous graphs.

Parameters
  • nodes (list) – The root nodes as a list of node IDs

  • n (int, optional) – Total number of random walks per root node

  • length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk

  • metapaths (list of list, optional) – List of lists of node labels that specify a metapath schema, e.g., [[‘Author’, ‘Paper’, ‘Author’], [‘Author, ‘Paper’, ‘Venue’, ‘Paper’, ‘Author’]] specifies two metapath schemas of length 3 and 5 respectively.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed; default is None

Returns

List of lists of nodes ids for each of the random walks generated

class stellargraph.data.UniformRandomWalk(graph, n=None, length=None, seed=None)[source]

Performs uniform random walks on the given graph

See also

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • graph (StellarGraph) – Graph to traverse

  • n (int, optional) – Total number of random walks per root node

  • length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed

run(nodes, *, n=None, length=None, seed=None)[source]

Perform a random walk starting from the root nodes. Optional parameters default to using the values passed in during construction.

Parameters
  • nodes (list) – The root nodes as a list of node IDs

  • n (int, optional) – Total number of random walks per root node

  • length (int, optional) – Maximum length of each random walk

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed

Returns

List of lists of nodes ids for each of the random walks

class stellargraph.data.UnsupervisedSampler(G, nodes=None, length=2, number_of_walks=1, seed=None, walker=None)[source]

The UnsupervisedSampler is responsible for sampling walks in the given graph and returning positive and negative samples w.r.t. those walks, on demand.

The positive samples are all the (target, context) pairs from the walks and the negative samples are contexts generated for each target based on a sampling distribution.

By default, a UniformRandomWalk is used, but a custom walker can be specified instead. An error will be raised if other parameters are specified along with a custom walker.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – A stellargraph with features.

  • nodes (iterable, optional) – If not provided, all nodes in the graph are used.

  • length (int) – Length of the walks for the default UniformRandomWalk walker. Length must be at least 2.

  • number_of_walks (int) – Number of walks from each root node for the default UniformRandomWalk walker.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random seed for the default UniformRandomWalk walker.

  • walker (RandomWalk, optional) – A RandomWalk object to use instead of the default UniformRandomWalk walker.

run(batch_size)[source]

This method returns a batch_size number of positive and negative samples from the graph. A random walk is generated from each root node, which are transformed into positive context pairs, and the same number of negative pairs are generated from a global node sampling distribution. The resulting list of context pairs are shuffled and converted to batches of size batch_size.

Currently the global node sampling distribution for the negative pairs is the degree distribution to the 3/4 power. This is the same used in node2vec (https://snap.stanford.edu/node2vec/).

Parameters

batch_size (int) – The number of samples to generate for each batch. This must be an even number.

Returns

List of batches, where each batch is a tuple of (list context pairs, list of labels)

stellargraph.data.from_epgm(epgm_location, dataset_name=None, directed=False)[source]

Imports a graph stored in EPGM format to a NetworkX object

Parameters
  • epgm_location (str) – The directory containing the EPGM data

  • dataset_name (str) – The name of the dataset to import

  • directed (bool) – If True, load as a directed graph, otherwise load as an undirected graph

Returns

A NetworkX graph containing the data for the EPGM-stored graph.

Generators

The mapper package contains classes and functions to map graph data to neural network inputs

class stellargraph.mapper.AdjacencyPowerGenerator(G, num_powers=10, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for use with the Watch Your Step algorithm [1]. It calculates and returns the first num_powers of the adjacency matrix row by row.

See also

Model using this generator: WatchYourStep.

Example using this generator: unsupervised representation learning

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – a machine-learning StellarGraph-type graph

  • num_powers (int) – the number of adjacency powers to calculate. Defaults to 10 as this value was found to perform well by the authors of the paper.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – if True, use the edge weights from G; if False, treat the graph as unweighted.

flow(batch_size, num_parallel_calls=1)[source]

Creates the tensorflow.data.Dataset object for training node embeddings from powers of the adjacency matrix.

Parameters
  • batch_size (int) – the number of rows of the adjacency powers to include in each batch.

  • num_parallel_calls (int) – the number of threads to use for preprocessing of batches.

Returns

A tensorflow.data.Dataset object for training node embeddings from powers of the adjacency matrix.

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.Attri2VecLinkGenerator(G, batch_size, name=None)[source]

A data generator for context node prediction with the attri2vec model.

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph and the batch size.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and targets, or an UnsupervisedSampler instance that generates node samples on demand, to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = Attri2VecLinkGenerator(G, 50)
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(edge_ids, edge_labels)

See also

Model using this generator: Attri2Vec.

An example using this generator (see the model for more): link prediction.

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – A machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch of links to return.

  • optional (name,) – Name of generator.

sample_features(head_links, batch_num)[source]

Sample content features of the target nodes and the ids of the context nodes and return these as a list of feature arrays for the attri2vec algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_links – An iterable of edges to perform sampling for.

  • batch_num (int) – Batch number

Returns

A list of feature arrays, with each element being the feature of a target node and the id of the corresponding context node.

class stellargraph.mapper.Attri2VecNodeGenerator(G, batch_size, name=None)[source]

A node feature generator for node representation prediction with the attri2vec model.

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph and the batch size.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = Attri2VecNodeGenerator(G, 50)
data_gen = G_generator.flow(node_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: Attri2Vec.

An example using this generator (see the model for more): node classification.

Related functionality: Attri2VecLinkGenerator for training, link prediction and related tasks.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – The machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch to return.

  • name (str or None) – Name of the generator (optional).

flow(node_ids)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for node representation prediction with the supplied node ids.

The node IDs are the nodes to inference on: the embeddings calculated for these nodes are passed to the downstream task. These are a subset/all of the nodes in the graph.

Parameters

node_ids – an iterable of node IDs.

Returns

A NodeSequence object to use with the Attri2Vec model in the Keras method predict.

flow_from_dataframe(node_ids)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for node representation prediction by using the index of the supplied dataframe as the node ids.

Parameters

node_ids – a Pandas DataFrame of node_ids.

Returns

A NodeSequence object to use with the Attri2Vec model in the Keras method predict.

sample_features(head_nodes, batch_num)[source]

Sample content features of the head nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the attri2vec algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_nodes – An iterable of head nodes to perform sampling on.

  • batch_num (int) – Batch number

Returns

A list of feature arrays, with each element being the feature of a head node.

class stellargraph.mapper.ClusterNodeGenerator(G, clusters=1, q=1, lam=0.1, weighted=False, name=None)[source]

A data generator for use with GCN, GAT and APPNP models on homogeneous graphs, see [1].

The supplied graph G should be a StellarGraph object with node features. Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

This generator will supply the features array and the adjacency matrix to a mini-batch Keras graph ML model.

[1] W. Chiang, X. Liu, S. Si, Y. Li, S. Bengio, C. Hsieh, 2019.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – a machine-learning StellarGraph-type graph

  • clusters (int or list, optional) – If int, it indicates the number of clusters (default is 1, corresponding to the entire graph). If clusters is greater than 1, then nodes are randomly assigned to a cluster. If list, then it should be a list of lists of node IDs, such that each list corresponds to a cluster of nodes in G. The clusters should be non-overlapping.

  • q (int, optional) – The number of clusters to combine for each mini-batch (default is 1). The total number of clusters must be divisible by q.

  • lam (float, optional) – The mixture coefficient for adjacency matrix normalisation (default is 0.1). Valid values are in the interval [0, 1].

  • weighted (bool, optional) – if True, use the edge weights from G; if False, treat the graph as unweighted.

  • name (str, optional) – Name for the node generator.

default_corrupt_input_index_groups()[source]

Optionally returns the indices of input tensors that can be shuffled for CorruptedGenerator to use in DeepGraphInfomax.

If this isn’t overridden, this method returns None, indicating that the generator doesn’t have a default or “canonical” set of indices that can be corrupted for Deep Graph Infomax.

flow(node_ids, targets=None, name=None)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for training, evaluation, or prediction with the supplied node ids and numeric targets.

Parameters
  • node_ids (iterable) – an iterable of node ids for the nodes of interest (e.g., training, validation, or test set nodes)

  • targets (2d array, optional) – a 2D array of numeric node targets with shape (len(node_ids), target_size)

  • name (str, optional) – An optional name for the returned generator object.

Returns

A ClusterNodeSequence object to use with GCN, GAT or APPNP in Keras methods fit(), evaluate(), and predict().

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.CorruptedGenerator(base_generator, *, corrupt_index_groups=None)[source]

Keras compatible data generator that wraps a Generator and provides corrupted data for training Deep Graph Infomax.

Parameters
  • base_generator (Generator) – the uncorrupted Generator object.

  • corrupt_index_groups (list of list of int, optional) – an explicit list of which input tensors should be shuffled to create the corrupted inputs. This is a list of “groups”, where each group is a non-empty list of indices into the tensors that the base generator yields. The tensors within each group are flattened to be rank-2 (preserving the last dimension, of node features), concatenated, shuffled and split back to their original shapes, to compute new corrupted values for each tensors within that group. Each group has this operation done independently. Each index can appear in at most one group. (This parameter is only optional if base_generator provides a default via default_corrupt_input_index_groups. Otherwise, this parameter must be specified.)

flow(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Creates the corrupted :class: Sequence object for training Deep Graph Infomax.

Parameters
  • args – the positional arguments for the self.base_generator.flow(…) method

  • kwargs – the keyword arguments for the self.base_generator.flow(…) method

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.DirectedGraphSAGELinkGenerator(G, batch_size, in_samples, out_samples, seed=None, name=None, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for link prediction with directed Homogeneous GraphSAGE models

At minimum, supply the StellarDiGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples (separately for in-nodes and out-nodes) for each layer of the GraphSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a StellarDiGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets, or an UnsupervisedSampler instance that generates node samples on demand, to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = DirectedGraphSageLinkGenerator(G, 50, [10,10], [10,10])
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(edge_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: GraphSAGE.

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – A machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch of links to return.

  • in_samples (list) – The number of in-node samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • out_samples (list) – The number of out-node samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • seed (int or str) – Random seed for the sampling methods.

  • optional (name,) – Name of generator.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – If True, sample neighbours using the edge weights in the graph.

sample_features(head_links, batch_num)[source]

Sample neighbours recursively from the head links, collect the features of the sampled nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters

head_links – An iterable of head links to perform sampling on.

Returns

(len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the total number (cumulative product) of nodes sampled at the given number of hops from each head node, given the sequence of in/out directions.

Return type

A list of feature tensors from the sampled nodes at each layer, each of shape

class stellargraph.mapper.DirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator(G, batch_size, in_samples, out_samples, seed=None, name=None, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for node prediction with homogeneous GraphSAGE models on directed graphs.

At minimum, supply the StellarDiGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples (separately for in-nodes and out-nodes) for each layer of the GraphSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a StellarDiGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = DirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator(G, 50, [10,5], [5,1])
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(train_node_ids, train_node_labels)
test_data_gen = G_generator.flow(test_node_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: DirectedGraphSAGE.

Example using this generator: node classification.

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • G (StellarDiGraph) – The machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch to return.

  • in_samples (list) – The number of in-node samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • out_samples (list) – The number of out-node samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • seed (int) – [Optional] Random seed for the node sampler.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – If True, sample neighbours using the edge weights in the graph.

default_corrupt_input_index_groups()[source]

Optionally returns the indices of input tensors that can be shuffled for CorruptedGenerator to use in DeepGraphInfomax.

If this isn’t overridden, this method returns None, indicating that the generator doesn’t have a default or “canonical” set of indices that can be corrupted for Deep Graph Infomax.

sample_features(head_nodes, batch_num)[source]

Sample neighbours recursively from the head nodes, collect the features of the sampled nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_nodes – An iterable of head nodes to perform sampling on.

  • batch_num (int) – Batch number

Returns

(len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the total number (cumulative product) of nodes sampled at the given number of hops from each head node, given the sequence of in/out directions.

Return type

A list of feature tensors from the sampled nodes at each layer, each of shape

class stellargraph.mapper.FullBatchLinkGenerator(G, name=None, method='gcn', k=1, sparse=True, transform=None, teleport_probability=0.1, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for use with full-batch models on homogeneous graphs, e.g., GCN, GAT, SGC. The supplied graph G should be a StellarGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the links as a list of (src, dst) tuples of node IDs and (optionally) targets.

This generator will supply the features array and the adjacency matrix to a full-batch Keras graph ML model. There is a choice to supply either a sparse adjacency matrix (the default) or a dense adjacency matrix, with the sparse argument.

For these algorithms the adjacency matrix requires preprocessing and the ‘method’ option should be specified with the correct preprocessing for each algorithm. The options are as follows:

  • method='gcn': Normalizes the adjacency matrix for the GCN algorithm. This implements the linearized convolution of Eq. 8 in [1].

  • method='sgc': This replicates the k-th order smoothed adjacency matrix to implement the Simplified Graph Convolutions of Eq. 8 in [2].

  • method='self_loops' or method='gat': Simply sets the diagonal elements of the adjacency matrix to one, effectively adding self-loops to the graph. This is used by the GAT algorithm of [3].

  • method='ppnp': Calculates the personalized page rank matrix of Eq. 2 in [4].

[1] Kipf and Welling, 2017. [2] Wu et al. 2019. [3] Veličković et al., 2018. [4] Klicpera et al., 2018.

Example:

G_generator = FullBatchLinkGenerator(G)
train_flow = G_generator.flow([(1,2), (3,4), (5,6)], [0, 1, 1])

# Fetch the data from train_flow, and feed into a Keras model:
x_inputs, y_train = train_flow[0]
model.fit(x=x_inputs, y=y_train)

# Alternatively, use the generator itself with model.fit:
model.fit(train_flow, epochs=num_epochs)

See also

Models using this generator: GCN, GAT, APPNP, PPNP.

Example using this generator: link classification with GCN.

Related generator: FullBatchNodeGenerator for node classification and similar tasks.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – a machine-learning StellarGraph-type graph

  • name (str) – an optional name of the generator

  • method (str) – Method to preprocess adjacency matrix. One of gcn (default), sgc, self_loops, or none.

  • k (None or int) – This is the smoothing order for the sgc method. This should be positive integer.

  • transform (callable) – an optional function to apply on features and adjacency matrix the function takes (features, Aadj) as arguments.

  • sparse (bool) – If True (default) a sparse adjacency matrix is used, if False a dense adjacency matrix is used.

  • teleport_probability (float) – teleport probability between 0.0 and 1.0. “probability” of returning to the starting node in the propagation step as in [4].

  • weighted (bool, optional) – if True, use the edge weights from G; if False, treat the graph as unweighted.

flow(link_ids, targets=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for training or evaluation with the supplied node ids and numeric targets.

Parameters
  • link_ids – an iterable of link ids specified as tuples of node ids or an array of shape (N_links, 2) specifying the links.

  • targets – a 1D or 2D array of numeric node targets with shape (len(node_ids),) or (len(node_ids), target_size)

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True, node_ids are represented by ilocs, otherwise node_ids need to be transformed into ilocs

Returns

A NodeSequence object to use with GCN or GAT models in Keras methods fit(), evaluate(), and predict()

class stellargraph.mapper.FullBatchNodeGenerator(G, name=None, method='gcn', k=1, sparse=True, transform=None, teleport_probability=0.1, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for use with full-batch models on homogeneous graphs, e.g., GCN, GAT, SGC. The supplied graph G should be a StellarGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

This generator will supply the features array and the adjacency matrix to a full-batch Keras graph ML model. There is a choice to supply either a sparse adjacency matrix (the default) or a dense adjacency matrix, with the sparse argument.

For these algorithms the adjacency matrix requires preprocessing and the ‘method’ option should be specified with the correct preprocessing for each algorithm. The options are as follows:

  • method='gcn': Normalizes the adjacency matrix for the GCN algorithm. This implements the linearized convolution of Eq. 8 in [1].

  • method='sgc': This replicates the k-th order smoothed adjacency matrix to implement the Simplified Graph Convolutions of Eq. 8 in [2].

  • method='self_loops' or method='gat': Simply sets the diagonal elements of the adjacency matrix to one, effectively adding self-loops to the graph. This is used by the GAT algorithm of [3].

  • method='ppnp': Calculates the personalized page rank matrix of Eq. 2 in [4].

[1] Kipf and Welling, 2017. [2] Wu et al. 2019. [3] Veličković et al., 2018. [4] Klicpera et al., 2018.

Example:

G_generator = FullBatchNodeGenerator(G)
train_flow = G_generator.flow(node_ids, node_targets)

# Fetch the data from train_flow, and feed into a Keras model:
x_inputs, y_train = train_flow[0]
model.fit(x=x_inputs, y=y_train)

# Alternatively, use the generator itself with model.fit:
model.fit(train_flow, epochs=num_epochs)

See also

Models using this generator: GCN, GAT, APPNP, PPNP.

Example using this generator (see individual models for more): node classification.

Related generators:

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – a machine-learning StellarGraph-type graph

  • name (str) – an optional name of the generator

  • method (str) – Method to preprocess adjacency matrix. One of gcn (default), sgc, self_loops, or none.

  • k (None or int) – This is the smoothing order for the sgc method. This should be positive integer.

  • transform (callable) – an optional function to apply on features and adjacency matrix the function takes (features, Aadj) as arguments.

  • sparse (bool) – If True (default) a sparse adjacency matrix is used, if False a dense adjacency matrix is used.

  • teleport_probability (float) – teleport probability between 0.0 and 1.0. “probability” of returning to the starting node in the propagation step as in [4].

  • weighted (bool, optional) – if True, use the edge weights from G; if False, treat the graph as unweighted.

default_corrupt_input_index_groups()[source]

Optionally returns the indices of input tensors that can be shuffled for CorruptedGenerator to use in DeepGraphInfomax.

If this isn’t overridden, this method returns None, indicating that the generator doesn’t have a default or “canonical” set of indices that can be corrupted for Deep Graph Infomax.

flow(node_ids, targets=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for training or evaluation with the supplied node ids and numeric targets.

Parameters
  • node_ids – an iterable of node ids for the nodes of interest (e.g., training, validation, or test set nodes)

  • targets – a 1D or 2D array of numeric node targets with shape (len(node_ids),) or (len(node_ids), target_size)

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True, node_ids are represented by ilocs, otherwise node_ids need to be transformed into ilocs

Returns

A NodeSequence object to use with GCN or GAT models in Keras methods fit(), evaluate(), and predict()

class stellargraph.mapper.Generator[source]

A generator supports creating sequences for input into graph machine learning algorithms via the flow method.

default_corrupt_input_index_groups()[source]

Optionally returns the indices of input tensors that can be shuffled for CorruptedGenerator to use in DeepGraphInfomax.

If this isn’t overridden, this method returns None, indicating that the generator doesn’t have a default or “canonical” set of indices that can be corrupted for Deep Graph Infomax.

abstract flow(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Create a Keras Sequence or similar input, appropriate for a graph machine learning model.

abstract num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.GraphSAGELinkGenerator(G, batch_size, num_samples, seed=None, name=None, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for link prediction with Homogeneous GraphSAGE models

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples for each layer of the GraphSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets, or an UnsupervisedSampler instance that generates node samples on demand, to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = GraphSAGELinkGenerator(G, 50, [10,10])
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(edge_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: GraphSAGE.

Some examples using this generator (see the model for more):

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – A machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch of links to return.

  • num_samples (list) – List of number of neighbour node samples per GraphSAGE layer (hop) to take.

  • seed (int or str) – Random seed for the sampling methods.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – If True, sample neighbours using the edge weights in the graph.

sample_features(head_links, batch_num)[source]

Sample neighbours recursively from the head nodes, collect the features of the sampled nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_links – An iterable of edges to perform sampling for.

  • batch_num (int) – Batch number

Returns

A list of the same length as num_samples of collected features from the sampled nodes of shape: (len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the cumulative product of num_samples for that layer.

class stellargraph.mapper.GraphSAGENodeGenerator(G, batch_size, num_samples, seed=None, name=None, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for node prediction with Homogeneous GraphSAGE models

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples for each layer of the GraphSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = GraphSAGENodeGenerator(G, 50, [10,10])
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(train_node_ids, train_node_labels)
test_data_gen = G_generator.flow(test_node_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: GraphSAGE.

Some examples using this generator (see the model for more):

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – The machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch to return.

  • num_samples (list) – The number of samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • seed (int) – [Optional] Random seed for the node sampler.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – If True, sample neighbours using the edge weights in the graph.

default_corrupt_input_index_groups()[source]

Optionally returns the indices of input tensors that can be shuffled for CorruptedGenerator to use in DeepGraphInfomax.

If this isn’t overridden, this method returns None, indicating that the generator doesn’t have a default or “canonical” set of indices that can be corrupted for Deep Graph Infomax.

sample_features(head_nodes, batch_num)[source]

Sample neighbours recursively from the head nodes, collect the features of the sampled nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_nodes – An iterable of head nodes to perform sampling on.

  • batch_num (int) – Batch number

Returns

A list of the same length as num_samples of collected features from the sampled nodes of shape: (len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the cumulative product of num_samples for that layer.

class stellargraph.mapper.GraphWaveGenerator(G, scales=5, 10, degree=20)[source]

Implementation of the GraphWave structural embedding algorithm from the paper: “Learning Structural Node Embeddings via Diffusion Wavelets” (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1710.10321.pdf)

This class is minimally with a StellarGraph object. Calling the flow function will return a TensorFlow DataSet that contains the GraphWave embeddings.

This implementation differs from the paper by removing the automatic method of calculating scales. This method was found to not work well in practice, and replicating the results of the paper requires manually specifying much larger scales than those automatically calculated.

See also

Example using this generator: unsupervised representation learning.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – the StellarGraph object.

  • scales (iterable of floats) – the wavelet scales to use. Smaller values embed smaller scale structural features, and larger values embed larger structural features.

  • degree – the degree of the Chebyshev polynomial to use. Higher degrees yield more accurate results but at a higher computational cost. According to [1], the default value of 20 is accurate enough for most applications.

[1] D. I. Shuman, P. Vandergheynst, and P. Frossard, “Chebyshev Polynomial Approximation for Distributed Signal Processing,” https://arxiv.org/abs/1105.1891

flow(node_ids, sample_points, batch_size, targets=None, shuffle=False, seed=None, repeat=False, num_parallel_calls=1)[source]

Creates a TensorFlow DataSet object of GraphWave embeddings.

The dimension of the embeddings are 2 * len(scales) * len(sample_points).

Parameters
  • node_ids – an iterable of node ids for the nodes of interest (e.g., training, validation, or test set nodes)

  • sample_points – a 1D array of points at which to sample the characteristic function. This should be of the form: sample_points=np.linspace(0, max_val, number_of_samples) and is graph dependent.

  • batch_size (int) – the number of node embeddings to include in a batch.

  • targets – a 1D or 2D array of numeric node targets with shape (len(node_ids),) or (len(node_ids), target_size)

  • shuffle (bool) – indicates whether to shuffle the dataset after each epoch

  • seed (int,optional) – the random seed to use for shuffling the dataset

  • repeat (bool) – indicates whether iterating through the DataSet will continue infinitely or stop after one full pass.

  • num_parallel_calls (int) – number of threads to use.

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.HinSAGELinkGenerator(G, batch_size, num_samples, head_node_types=None, schema=None, seed=None, name=None)[source]

A data generator for link prediction with Heterogeneous HinSAGE models

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples for each layer of the GraphSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object with node features for all node types.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

The generator should be given the (src,dst) node types using

  • It’s possible to do link prediction on a graph where that link type is completely removed from the graph (e.g., “same_as” links in ER)

See also

Model using this generator: HinSAGE.

Example using this generator: link prediction.

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • g (StellarGraph) – A machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch of links to return.

  • num_samples (list) – List of number of neighbour node samples per GraphSAGE layer (hop) to take.

  • head_node_types (list, optional) – List of the types (str) of the two head nodes forming the node pair. This does not need to be specified if G has only one node type.

  • seed (int or str, optional) – Random seed for the sampling methods.

Example:

G_generator = HinSAGELinkGenerator(G, 50, [10,10])
data_gen = G_generator.flow(edge_ids)
sample_features(head_links, batch_num)[source]

Sample neighbours recursively from the head nodes, collect the features of the sampled nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_links (list) – An iterable of edges to perform sampling for.

  • batch_num (int) – Batch number

Returns

A list of the same length as num_samples of collected features from the sampled nodes of shape: (len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the cumulative product of num_samples for that layer.

class stellargraph.mapper.HinSAGENodeGenerator(G, batch_size, num_samples, head_node_type=None, schema=None, seed=None, name=None)[source]

Keras-compatible data mapper for Heterogeneous GraphSAGE (HinSAGE)

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples for each layer of the HinSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object with node features for all node types.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Note that the shuffle argument should be True for training and False for prediction.

See also

Model using this generator: HinSAGE.

Example using this generator: unsupervised representation learning via Deep Graph Infomax.

Related functionality:

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – The machine-learning ready graph

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch to return

  • num_samples (list) – The number of samples per layer (hop) to take

  • head_node_type (str, optional) – The node type that will be given to the generator using the flow method, the model will expect this node type. This does not need to be specified if G has only one node type.

  • schema (GraphSchema, optional) – Graph schema for G.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random seed for the node sampler

Example:

G_generator = HinSAGENodeGenerator(G, 50, [10,10])
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(train_node_ids, train_node_labels)
test_data_gen = G_generator.flow(test_node_ids)
default_corrupt_input_index_groups()[source]

Optionally returns the indices of input tensors that can be shuffled for CorruptedGenerator to use in DeepGraphInfomax.

If this isn’t overridden, this method returns None, indicating that the generator doesn’t have a default or “canonical” set of indices that can be corrupted for Deep Graph Infomax.

sample_features(head_nodes, batch_num)[source]

Sample neighbours recursively from the head nodes, collect the features of the sampled nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_nodes – An iterable of head nodes to perform sampling on.

  • batch_num (int) – Batch number

Returns

A list of the same length as num_samples of collected features from the sampled nodes of shape: (len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the cumulative product of num_samples for that layer.

class stellargraph.mapper.KGTripleGenerator(G, batch_size)[source]

A data generator for working with triple-based knowledge graph models, like ComplEx.

This requires a StellarGraph that contains all nodes/entities and every edge/relation type that will be trained or predicted upon. The graph does not need to contain the edges/triples that are used for training or prediction.

See also

Models using this generator: ComplEx, DistMult, RotatE, RotE, RotH.

Example using this generator (see individual models for more): link prediction with ComplEx.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – the graph containing all nodes, and all edge types.

  • batch_size (int) – the size of the batches to generate

flow(edges, negative_samples=None, sample_strategy='uniform', shuffle=False, seed=None)[source]

Create a Keras Sequence yielding the edges/triples in edges, potentially with some negative edges.

The negative edges are sampled using the “local closed world assumption”, where a source/subject or a target/object is randomly mutated.

Parameters
  • edges – the edges/triples to feed into a knowledge graph model.

  • negative_samples (int, optional) – the number of negative samples to generate for each positive edge.

  • sample_strategy (str, optional) –

    the sampling strategy to use for negative sampling, if negative_samples is not None. Supported values:

    uniform

    Uniform sampling, where a negative edge is created from a positive edge in edges by replacing the source or destination entity with a uniformly sampled random entity in the graph (without verifying if the edge exists in the graph: for sparse graphs, this is unlikely). Each element in a batch is labelled as 1 (positive) or 0 (negative). An appropriate loss function is tensorflow.keras.losses.BinaryCrossentropy (probably with from_logits=True).

    self-adversarial

    Self-adversarial sampling from [1], where each edge is sampled in the same manner as uniform sampling. Each element in a batch is labelled as 1 (positive) or an integer in [0, -batch_size) (negative). An appropriate loss function is stellargraph.losses.SelfAdversarialNegativeSampling.

    [1] Z. Sun, Z.-H. Deng, J.-Y. Nie, and J. Tang, “RotatE: Knowledge Graph Embedding by Relational Rotation in Complex Space,” arXiv:1902.10197, Feb. 2019.

Returns

A Keras sequence that can be passed to the fit and predict method of knowledge-graph models.

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.Node2VecLinkGenerator(G, batch_size, name=None)[source]

A data generator for context node prediction with Node2Vec models.

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph and the batch size.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object that is ready for machine learning. Currently the model does not require node features for nodes in the graph.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and targets, or an UnsupervisedSampler instance that generates node samples on demand, to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = Node2VecLinkGenerator(G, 50)
data_gen = G_generator.flow(edge_ids, edge_labels)

See also

Model using this generator: Node2Vec.

An example using this generator (see the model for more): unsupervised representation learning.

Related functionality: Node2VecNodeGenerator for node classification and related tasks.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – A machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch of links to return.

  • name (str or None) – Name of the generator (optional).

sample_features(head_links, batch_num)[source]

Sample the ids of the target and context nodes. and return these as a list of feature arrays for the Node2Vec algorithm.

Parameters

head_links – An iterable of edges to perform sampling for.

Returns

A list of feature arrays, with each element being the ids of the sampled target and context node.

class stellargraph.mapper.Node2VecNodeGenerator(G, batch_size, name=None)[source]

A data generator for node representation prediction with Node2Vec models.

At minimum, supply the StellarGraph and the batch size.

The supplied graph should be a StellarGraph object that is ready for machine learning. Currently the model does not require node features for nodes in the graph.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = Node2VecNodeGenerator(G, 50)
data_gen = G_generator.flow(node_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: Node2Vec.

An example using this generator (see the model for more): unsupervised representation learning.

Related functionality: Node2VecLinkGenerator for training, link prediction, and related tasks.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – The machine-learning ready graph.

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch to return.

  • name (str or None) – Name of the generator (optional).

flow(node_ids)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for node representation prediction with the supplied node ids. This should be used with a trained Node2Vec model in order to transform node ids to node embeddings. For training, see Node2VecLinkGenerator instead.

The node IDs are the nodes to inference on: the embeddings calculated for these nodes are passed to the downstream task. These are a subset/all of the nodes in the graph.

Parameters

node_ids – an iterable of node IDs.

Returns

A NodeSequence object to use with the Node2Vec model in the Keras method predict.

flow_from_dataframe(node_ids)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for node representation prediction by using the index of the supplied dataframe as the node ids.

Parameters

node_ids – a Pandas DataFrame of node_ids.

Returns

A NodeSequence object to use with the Node2Vec model in the Keras method predict.

sample_features(head_nodes, batch_num)[source]

Get the ids of the head nodes, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the Node2Vec algorithm.

Parameters

head_nodes – An iterable of head nodes to perform sampling on.

Returns

A list of feature arrays, with each element being the id of each head node.

class stellargraph.mapper.PaddedGraphGenerator(graphs, name=None)[source]

A data generator for use with graph classification algorithms.

The supplied graphs should be StellarGraph objects with node features. Use the flow() method supplying the graph indexes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

This generator supplies the features arrays and the adjacency matrices to a mini-batch Keras graph classification model. Differences in the number of nodes are resolved by padding each batch of features and adjacency matrices, and supplying a boolean mask indicating which are valid and which are padding.

Parameters
  • graphs (list) – a collection of StellarGraph objects

  • name (str) – an optional name of the generator

flow(graphs, targets=None, symmetric_normalization=True, weighted=False, batch_size=1, name=None, shuffle=False, seed=None)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for training, evaluation, or prediction with the supplied graph indexes and targets.

Parameters
  • graphs (iterable) – an iterable of graph indexes in self.graphs or an iterable of StellarGraph objects for the graphs of interest (e.g., training, validation, or test set nodes).

  • targets (2d array, optional) – a 2D array of numeric graph targets with shape (len(graphs), len(targets)).

  • symmetric_normalization (bool, optional) – The type of normalization to be applied on the graph adjacency matrices. If True, the adjacency matrix is left and right multiplied by the inverse square root of the degree matrix; otherwise, the adjacency matrix is only left multiplied by the inverse of the degree matrix.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – if True, use the edge weights from G; if False, treat the graph as unweighted.

  • batch_size (int, optional) – The batch size.

  • name (str, optional) – An optional name for the returned generator object.

  • shuffle (bool, optional) – If True the node IDs will be shuffled at the end of each epoch.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random seed to use in the sequence object.

Returns

A PaddedGraphSequence object to use with Keras methods fit(), evaluate(), and predict()

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator(G, name=None, sparse=True, transform=None, weighted=False)[source]

A data generator for use with full-batch models on relational graphs e.g. RGCN.

The supplied graph G should be a StellarGraph or StellarDiGraph object with node features. Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

This generator will supply the features array and the adjacency matrix to a full-batch Keras graph ML model. There is a choice to supply either a list of sparse adjacency matrices (the default) or a list of dense adjacency matrices, with the sparse argument.

For these algorithms the adjacency matrices require preprocessing and the default option is to normalize each row of the adjacency matrix so that it sums to 1. For customization a transformation (callable) can be passed that operates on the node features and adjacency matrix.

Example:

G_generator = RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator(G)
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(node_ids, node_targets)

# Fetch the data from train_data_gen, and feed into a Keras model:
# Alternatively, use the generator itself with model.fit:
model.fit(train_gen, epochs=num_epochs, ...)

See also

Model using this generator: RGCN.

Examples using this generator:

Related generators:

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – a machine-learning StellarGraph-type graph

  • name (str) – an optional name of the generator

  • transform (callable) – an optional function to apply on features and adjacency matrix the function takes (features, Aadj) as arguments.

  • sparse (bool) – If True (default) a list of sparse adjacency matrices is used, if False a list of dense adjacency matrices is used.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – if True, use the edge weights from G; if False, treat the graph as unweighted.

default_corrupt_input_index_groups()[source]

Optionally returns the indices of input tensors that can be shuffled for CorruptedGenerator to use in DeepGraphInfomax.

If this isn’t overridden, this method returns None, indicating that the generator doesn’t have a default or “canonical” set of indices that can be corrupted for Deep Graph Infomax.

flow(node_ids, targets=None, use_ilocs=False)[source]

Creates a generator/sequence object for training or evaluation with the supplied node ids and numeric targets.

Parameters
  • node_ids – and iterable of node ids for the nodes of interest (e.g., training, validation, or test set nodes)

  • targets – a 2D array of numeric node targets with shape (len(node_ids), target_size)

  • use_ilocs (bool) – if True, node_ids are represented by ilocs, otherwise node_ids need to be transformed into ilocs

Returns

A NodeSequence object to use with RGCN models in Keras methods fit(), evaluate(), and predict()

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

class stellargraph.mapper.SlidingFeaturesNodeGenerator(G, window_size, batch_size=1)[source]

A data generator for a graph containing sequence data, created by sliding windows across the features of each node in a graph.

See also

Model using this generator: GCN_LSTM.

Parameters
  • G (StellarGraph) – a graph instance where the node features are ordered sequence data

  • window_size (int) – the number of sequence points included in the sliding window.

  • batch_size (int, optional) – the number of sliding windows to include in each batch.

flow(sequence_iloc_slice, target_distance=None)[source]

Create a sequence object for time series prediction within the given section of the node features.

This handles both univariate data (each node has a single associated feature vector) and multivariate data (each node has an associated feature tensor). The features are always sliced and indexed along the first feature axis.

Parameters
  • sequence_iloc_slice (slice) –

    A slice object of the range of features from which to select windows. A slice object is the object form of : within [...], e.g. slice(a, b) is equivalent to the a:b in v[a:b], and slice(None, b) is equivalent to v[:b]. As with that slicing, this parameter is inclusive in the start and exclusive in the end.

    For example, suppose the graph has feature vectors of length 10 and window_size = 3:

    • passing in slice(None, None) will create 7 windows across all 10 features starting with the features slice 0:3, then 1:4, and so on.

    • passing in slice(4, 7) will create just one window, slicing the three elements 4:7.

    For training, one might do a train-test split by choosing a boundary and considering everything before that as training data, and everything after, e.g. 80% of the features:

    train_end = int(0.8 * sequence_length)
    train_gen = sliding_generator.flow(slice(None, train_end))
    test_gen = sliding_generator.flow(slice(train_end, None))
    

  • target_distance (int, optional) –

    The distance from the last element of each window to select an element to include as a supervised training target. Note: this always stays within the slice defined by sequence_iloc_slice.

    Continuing the example above: a call like sliding_generator.flow(slice(4, 9), target_distance=1) will yield two pairs of window and target:

    • a feature window slicing 4:7 which includes the features at indices 4, 5, 6, and then a target feature at index 7 (distance 1 from the last element of the feature window)

    • a feature window slicing 5:8 and a target feature from index 8.

Returns

A Keras sequence that yields batches of sliced windows of features, and, optionally, selected target values.

num_batch_dims()[source]

Returns the number of batch dimensions in returned tensors (_not_ the batch size itself).

For instance, for full batch methods like GCN, the feature has shape 1 × number of nodes × feature size, where the 1 is a “dummy” batch dimension and number of nodes is the real batch size (every node in the graph).

Layers and models

The layer package contains implementations of popular neural network layers for graph ML as Keras layers

GraphSAGE

class stellargraph.layer.GraphSAGE(layer_sizes, generator=None, aggregator=None, bias=True, dropout=0.0, normalize='l2', activations=None, kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer='zeros', bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None, n_samples=None, input_dim=None, multiplicity=None)[source]

Implementation of the GraphSAGE algorithm of Hamilton et al. with Keras layers. see: http://snap.stanford.edu/graphsage/

The model minimally requires specification of the layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer and a generator object.

Different neighbour node aggregators can also be specified with the aggregator argument, which should be the aggregator class, either MeanAggregator, MeanPoolingAggregator, MaxPoolingAggregator, or AttentionalAggregator.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and graph should be supplied using the GraphSAGENodeGenerator class for node inference models or the GraphSAGELinkGenerator class for link inference models. The .in_out_tensors method should be used to create a Keras model from the GraphSAGE object.

Examples

Creating a two-level GrapSAGE node classification model with hidden node sizes of 8 and 4 and 10 neighbours sampled at each layer using an existing StellarGraph object G containing the graph and node features:

generator = GraphSAGENodeGenerator(G, batch_size=50, num_samples=[10,10])
gat = GraphSAGE(
        layer_sizes=[8, 4],
        activations=["relu","softmax"],
        generator=generator,
    )
x_inp, predictions = gat.in_out_tensors()

Note that passing a NodeSequence or LinkSequence object from the generator.flow(…) method as the generator= argument is now deprecated and the base generator object should be passed instead.

See also

Examples using GraphSAGE:

Appropriate data generators: GraphSAGENodeGenerator, Neo4jGraphSAGENodeGenerator, GraphSAGELinkGenerator.

Related models:

Aggregators: MeanAggregator, MeanPoolingAggregator, MaxPoolingAggregator, AttentionalAggregator.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list) – Hidden feature dimensions for each layer.

  • generator (GraphSAGENodeGenerator or GraphSAGELinkGenerator) – If specified n_samples and input_dim will be extracted from this object.

  • aggregator (class) – The GraphSAGE aggregator to use; defaults to the MeanAggregator.

  • bias (bool) – If True (default), a bias vector is learnt for each layer.

  • dropout (float) – The dropout supplied to each layer; defaults to no dropout.

  • normalize (str or None) – The normalization used after each layer; defaults to L2 normalization.

  • activations (list) – Activations applied to each layer’s output; defaults to ['relu', ..., 'relu', 'linear'].

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer.

  • n_samples (list, optional) – The number of samples per layer in the model.

  • input_dim (int, optional) – The dimensions of the node features used as input to the model.

  • multiplicity (int, optional) – The number of nodes to process at a time. This is 1 for a node inference and 2 for link inference (currently no others are supported).

Note

The values for n_samples, input_dim, and multiplicity are obtained from the provided generator by default. The additional keyword arguments for these parameters provide an alternative way to specify them if a generator cannot be supplied.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds a GraphSAGE model for node or link/node pair prediction, depending on the generator used to construct the model (whether it is a node or link/node pair generator).

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras input tensors

for the specified GraphSAGE model (either node or link/node pair model) and x_out contains model output tensor(s) of shape (batch_size, layer_sizes[-1])

Return type

tuple

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

node_model(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

class stellargraph.layer.DirectedGraphSAGE(layer_sizes, generator=None, aggregator=None, bias=True, dropout=0.0, normalize='l2', activations=None, kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer='zeros', bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None, n_samples=None, input_dim=None, multiplicity=None)[source]

Implementation of a directed version of the GraphSAGE algorithm of Hamilton et al. with Keras layers. see: http://snap.stanford.edu/graphsage/

The model minimally requires specification of the layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer and a generator object.

Different neighbour node aggregators can also be specified with the aggregator argument, which should be the aggregator class, either MeanAggregator, MeanPoolingAggregator, MaxPoolingAggregator, or AttentionalAggregator.

See also

Examples using Directed GraphSAGE:

Appropriate data generators: DirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator, Neo4jDirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator, DirectedGraphSAGELinkGenerator.

Related models:

Aggregators: MeanAggregator, MeanPoolingAggregator, MaxPoolingAggregator, AttentionalAggregator.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list) – Hidden feature dimensions for each layer.

  • generator (DirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator) – If specified n_samples and input_dim will be extracted from this object.

  • aggregator (class, optional) – The GraphSAGE aggregator to use; defaults to the MeanAggregator.

  • bias (bool, optional) – If True (default), a bias vector is learnt for each layer.

  • dropout (float, optional) – The dropout supplied to each layer; defaults to no dropout.

  • normalize (str, optional) – The normalization used after each layer; defaults to L2 normalization.

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer.

Notes::

If a generator is not specified, then additional keyword arguments must be supplied:

  • in_samples (list): The number of in-node samples per layer in the model.

  • out_samples (list): The number of out-node samples per layer in the model.

  • input_dim (int): The dimensions of the node features used as input to the model.

  • multiplicity (int): The number of nodes to process at a time. This is 1 for a node inference and 2 for link inference (currently no others are supported).

Passing a NodeSequence or LinkSequence object from the generator.flow(…) method as the generator= argument is now deprecated and the base generator object should be passed instead.

class stellargraph.layer.MeanAggregator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Mean Aggregator for GraphSAGE implemented with Keras base layer

Parameters
  • output_dim (int) – Output dimension

  • bias (bool) – Optional bias

  • act (Callable or str) – name of the activation function to use (must be a Keras activation function), or alternatively, a TensorFlow operation.

group_aggregate(x_group, group_idx=0)[source]

Mean aggregator for tensors over the neighbourhood for each group.

Parameters
  • x_group (tf.Tensor) – : The input tensor representing the sampled neighbour nodes.

  • group_idx (int, optional) – Group index.

Returns

A tensor aggregation of the input nodes features.

Return type

tensorflow.Tensor

class stellargraph.layer.MeanPoolingAggregator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Mean Pooling Aggregator for GraphSAGE implemented with Keras base layer

Implements the aggregator of Eq. (3) in Hamilton et al. (2017), with max pooling replaced with mean pooling

Parameters
  • output_dim (int) – Output dimension

  • bias (bool) – Optional bias

  • act (Callable or str) – name of the activation function to use (must be a Keras activation function), or alternatively, a TensorFlow operation.

group_aggregate(x_group, group_idx=0)[source]

Aggregates the group tensors by mean-pooling of neighbours

Parameters
  • x_group (tf.Tensor) – : The input tensor representing the sampled neighbour nodes.

  • group_idx (int, optional) – Group index.

Returns

A tensor aggregation of the input nodes features.

Return type

tensorflow.Tensor

class stellargraph.layer.MaxPoolingAggregator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Max Pooling Aggregator for GraphSAGE implemented with Keras base layer

Implements the aggregator of Eq. (3) in Hamilton et al. (2017)

Parameters
  • output_dim (int) – Output dimension

  • bias (bool) – Optional bias

  • act (Callable or str) – name of the activation function to use (must be a Keras activation function), or alternatively, a TensorFlow operation.

group_aggregate(x_group, group_idx=0)[source]

Aggregates the group tensors by max-pooling of neighbours

Parameters
  • x_group (tf.Tensor) – : The input tensor representing the sampled neighbour nodes.

  • group_idx (int, optional) – Group index.

Returns

A tensor aggregation of the input nodes features.

Return type

tensorflow.Tensor

class stellargraph.layer.AttentionalAggregator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Attentional Aggregator for GraphSAGE implemented with Keras base layer

Implements the aggregator of Veličković et al. “Graph Attention Networks” ICLR 2018

Parameters
  • output_dim (int) – Output dimension

  • bias (bool) – Optional bias

  • act (Callable or str) – name of the activation function to use (must be a Keras activation function), or alternatively, a TensorFlow operation.

calculate_group_sizes(input_shape)[source]

Calculates the output size for each input group.

The results are stored in two variables:
  • self.included_weight_groups: if the corresponding entry is True then the input group is valid and should be used.

  • self.weight_sizes: the size of the output from this group.

The AttentionalAggregator is implemented to not use the first (head node) group. This makes the implementation different from other aggregators.

Parameters

input_shape (list of list of int) – Shape of input tensors for self and neighbour features

call(inputs, **kwargs)[source]

Apply aggregator on the input tensors, inputs

Parameters

inputs (List[Tensor]) – Tensors giving self and neighbour features x[0]: self Tensor (batch_size, head size, feature_size) x[k>0]: group Tensors for neighbourhood (batch_size, head size, neighbours, feature_size)

Returns

Keras Tensor representing the aggregated embeddings in the input.

HinSAGE

class stellargraph.layer.HinSAGE(layer_sizes, generator=None, aggregator=None, bias=True, dropout=0.0, normalize='l2', activations=None, kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer='zeros', bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None, n_samples=None, input_neighbor_tree=None, input_dim=None, multiplicity=None)[source]

Implementation of the GraphSAGE algorithm extended for heterogeneous graphs with Keras layers.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and graph should be supplied using the HinSAGENodeGenerator class for node inference models or the HinSAGELinkGenerator class for link inference models. The .in_out_tensors method should be used to create a Keras model from the GraphSAGE object.

Currently the class supports node or link prediction models which are built depending on whether a HinSAGENodeGenerator or HinSAGELinkGenerator object is specified. The models are built for a single node or link type. For example if you have nodes of types ‘A’ and ‘B’ you can build a link model for only a single pair of node types, for example (‘A’, ‘B’), which should be specified in the HinSAGELinkGenerator.

If you feed links into the model that do not have these node types (in correct order) an error will be raised.

Examples

Creating a two-level GrapSAGE node classification model on nodes of type ‘A’ with hidden node sizes of 8 and 4 and 10 neighbours sampled at each layer using an existing StellarGraph object G containing the graph and node features:

generator = HinSAGENodeGenerator(
    G, batch_size=50, num_samples=[10,10], head_node_type='A'
    )
gat = HinSAGE(
        layer_sizes=[8, 4],
        activations=["relu","softmax"],
        generator=generator,
    )
x_inp, predictions = gat.in_out_tensors()

Creating a two-level GrapSAGE link classification model on nodes pairs of type (‘A’, ‘B’) with hidden node sizes of 8 and 4 and 5 neighbours sampled at each layer:

generator = HinSAGELinkGenerator(
    G, batch_size=50, num_samples=[5,5], head_node_types=('A','B')
    )
gat = HinSAGE(
        layer_sizes=[8, 4],
        activations=["relu","softmax"],
        generator=generator,
    )
x_inp, predictions = gat.in_out_tensors()

Note that passing a NodeSequence or LinkSequence object from the generator.flow(…) method as the generator= argument is now deprecated and the base generator object should be passed instead.

See also

Examples using HinSAGE:

Appropriate data generators: HinSAGENodeGenerator, HinSAGELinkGenerator.

Related models:

Aggregators: MeanHinAggregator.

The Heterogeneous GraphSAGE (HinSAGE) explanatory document has more theoretical details.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list) – Hidden feature dimensions for each layer

  • generator (HinSAGENodeGenerator or HinSAGELinkGenerator) – If specified, required model arguments such as the number of samples will be taken from the generator object. See note below.

  • aggregator (HinSAGEAggregator) – The HinSAGE aggregator to use; defaults to the MeanHinAggregator.

  • bias (bool) – If True (default), a bias vector is learnt for each layer.

  • dropout (float) – The dropout supplied to each layer; defaults to no dropout.

  • normalize (str) – The normalization used after each layer; defaults to L2 normalization.

  • activations (list) – Activations applied to each layer’s output; defaults to ['relu', ..., 'relu', 'linear'].

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer.

  • n_samples (list, optional) – The number of samples per layer in the model.

  • input_neighbor_tree (list of tuple, optional) – A list of (node_type, [children]) tuples that specify the subtree to be created by the HinSAGE model.

  • input_dim (dict, optional) – The input dimensions for each node type as a dictionary of the form {node_type: feature_size}.

  • multiplicity (int, optional) – The number of nodes to process at a time. This is 1 for a node inference and 2 for link inference (currently no others are supported).

Note

The values for n_samples, input_neighbor_tree, input_dim, and multiplicity are obtained from the provided generator by default. The additional keyword arguments for these parameters provide an alternative way to specify them if a generator cannot be supplied.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors()[source]

Builds a HinSAGE model for node or link/node pair prediction, depending on the generator used to construct the model (whether it is a node or link/node pair generator).

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras input tensors

for the specified HinSAGE model (either node or link/node pair model) and x_out contains model output tensor(s) of shape (batch_size, layer_sizes[-1]).

Return type

tuple

class stellargraph.layer.MeanHinAggregator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Mean Aggregator for HinSAGE implemented with Keras base layer

Parameters
  • output_dim (int) – Output dimension

  • bias (bool) – Use bias in layer or not (Default False)

  • act (Callable or str) – name of the activation function to use (must be a Keras activation function), or alternatively, a TensorFlow operation.

  • kernel_initializer (str or func) – The initialiser to use for the weights

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func) – The regulariser to use for the weights

  • kernel_constraint (str or func) – The constraint to use for the weights

  • bias_initializer (str or func) – The initialiser to use for the bias

  • bias_regularizer (str or func) – The regulariser to use for the bias

  • bias_constraint (str or func) – The constraint to use for the bias

build(input_shape)[source]

Builds layer

Parameters

input_shape (list of list of int) – Shape of input per neighbour type.

call(x, **kwargs)[source]

Apply MeanAggregation on input tensors, x

Parameters

x

List of Keras Tensors with the following elements

  • x[0]: tensor of self features shape (n_batch, n_head, n_feat)

  • x[1+r]: tensors of neighbour features each of shape (n_batch, n_head, n_neighbour[r], n_feat[r])

Returns

Keras Tensor representing the aggregated embeddings in the input.

compute_output_shape(input_shape)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer. Assumes that the layer will be built to match that input shape provided.

Parameters

input_shape (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization

Node2Vec

class stellargraph.layer.Node2Vec(emb_size, generator=None, node_num=None, multiplicity=None)[source]

Implementation of the Node2Vec algorithm of A. Grover and J. Leskovec with Keras layers. see: https://snap.stanford.edu/node2vec/

The model minimally requires specification of the embedding size and a generator object.

See also

Examples using Node2Vec:

Appropriate data generators: Node2VecNodeGenerator, Node2VecLinkGenerator.

Related functionality: BiasedRandomWalk does the underlying random walks.

Parameters
  • emb_size (int) – The dimension of node embeddings.

  • generator (Sequence) – A NodeSequence or LinkSequence.

  • node_num (int, optional) – The number of nodes in the given graph.

  • multiplicity (int, optional) – The number of nodes to process at a time. This is 1 for a node inference and 2 for link inference (currently no others are supported).

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds a Node2Vec model for node or link/node pair prediction, depending on the generator used to construct the model (whether it is a node or link/node pair generator).

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp contains Keras input tensor(s)

for the specified Node2Vec model (either node or link/node pair model) and x_out contains model output tensor(s) of shape (batch_size, self.emb_size)

Return type

tuple

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

node_model(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

Attri2Vec

class stellargraph.layer.Attri2Vec(layer_sizes, generator=None, bias=False, activation='sigmoid', normalize=None, input_dim=None, node_num=None, multiplicity=None)[source]

Implementation of the attri2vec algorithm of Zhang et al. with Keras layers. see: https://arxiv.org/abs/1901.04095.

The model minimally requires specification of the layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer and a generator object.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list) – Hidden feature dimensions for each layer.

  • generator (Sequence) – A NodeSequence or LinkSequence.

  • bias (bool) – If True a bias vector is learnt for each layer in the attri2vec model, default to False.

  • activation (str) – The activation function of each layer in the attri2vec model, which takes values from linear, relu and sigmoid (default).

  • normalize ("l2" or None) – The normalization used after each layer, default to None.

  • input_dim (int, optional) – The dimensions of the node features used as input to the model.

  • node_num (int, optional) – The number of nodes in the given graph.

  • multiplicity (int, optional) – The number of nodes to process at a time. This is 1 for a node inference and 2 for link inference (currently no others are supported).

Note

The values for input_dim, node_num, and multiplicity are obtained from the provided generator by default. The additional keyword arguments for these parameters provide an alternative way to specify them if a generator cannot be supplied.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds a Attri2Vec model for node or link/node pair prediction, depending on the generator used to construct the model (whether it is a node or link/node pair generator).

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras input tensors

for the specified Attri2Vec model (either node or link/node pair model) and x_out contains model output tensor(s) of shape (batch_size, layer_sizes[-1])

Return type

tuple

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

node_model(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

GCN

class stellargraph.layer.GCN(layer_sizes, generator, bias=True, dropout=0.0, activations=None, kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer='zeros', bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None, squeeze_output_batch=True)[source]

A stack of Graph Convolutional layers that implement a graph convolution network model as in https://arxiv.org/abs/1609.02907

The model minimally requires specification of the layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer, activation functions for each hidden layers, and a generator object.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and preprocessed adjacency matrix should be supplied using:

To have the appropriate preprocessing the generator object should be instantiated with the method='gcn' argument.

Note that currently the GCN class is compatible with both sparse and dense adjacency matrices and the FullBatchNodeGenerator will default to sparse.

Example

Creating a GCN node classification model from an existing StellarGraph object G:

generator = FullBatchNodeGenerator(G, method="gcn")
gcn = GCN(
        layer_sizes=[32, 4],
        activations=["elu","softmax"],
        generator=generator,
        dropout=0.5
    )
x_inp, predictions = gcn.in_out_tensors()

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1. These are provided by the FullBatchNodeGenerator object.

  • This assumes that the normalized Laplacian matrix is provided as input to Keras methods. When using the FullBatchNodeGenerator specify the method='gcn' argument to do this preprocessing.

  • The nodes provided to the FullBatchNodeGenerator.flow() method are used by the final layer to select the predictions for those nodes in order. However, the intermediate layers before the final layer order the nodes in the same way as the adjacency matrix.

See also

Examples using GCN:

Appropriate data generators: FullBatchNodeGenerator, FullBatchLinkGenerator, ClusterNodeGenerator.

Related models:

GraphConvolution is the base layer out of which a GCN model is built.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list of int) – Output sizes of GCN layers in the stack.

  • generator (FullBatchNodeGenerator) – The generator instance.

  • bias (bool) – If True, a bias vector is learnt for each layer in the GCN model.

  • dropout (float) – Dropout rate applied to input features of each GCN layer.

  • activations (list of str or func) – Activations applied to each layer’s output; defaults to ['relu', ..., 'relu'].

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer.

  • squeeze_output_batch (bool, optional) – if True, remove the batch dimension when the batch size is 1. If False, leave the batch dimension.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds a GCN model for node or link prediction

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras/TensorFlow

input tensors for the GCN model and x_out is a tensor of the GCN model output.

Return type

tuple

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

node_model(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

class stellargraph.layer.GraphConvolution(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Graph Convolution (GCN) Keras layer. The implementation is based on https://github.com/tkipf/keras-gcn.

Original paper: Semi-Supervised Classification with Graph Convolutional Networks. Thomas N. Kipf, Max Welling, International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR), 2017 https://github.com/tkipf/gcn

Notes

  • The batch axis represents independent graphs to be convolved with this GCN kernel (for instance, for full-batch node prediction on a single graph, its dimension should be 1).

  • If the adjacency matrix is dense, both it and the features should have a batch axis, with equal batch dimension.

  • If the adjacency matrix is sparse, it should not have a batch axis, and the batch dimension of the features must be 1.

  • There are two inputs required, the node features, and the normalized graph Laplacian matrix

  • This class assumes that the normalized Laplacian matrix is passed as input to the Keras methods.

See also

GCN combines several of these layers.

Parameters
  • units (int) – dimensionality of output feature vectors

  • activation (str or func) – nonlinear activation applied to layer’s output to obtain output features

  • use_bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias

  • final_layer (bool) – Deprecated, use tf.gather or GatherIndices

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias.

build(input_shapes)[source]

Builds the layer

Parameters

input_shapes (list of int) – shapes of the layer’s inputs (node features and adjacency matrix)

call(inputs)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters

inputs (list) – a list of 3 input tensors that includes node features (size 1 x N x F), graph adjacency matrix (size N x N), where N is the number of nodes in the graph, and F is the dimensionality of node features.

Returns

Keras Tensor that represents the output of the layer.

compute_output_shape(input_shapes)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer. Assumes the following inputs:

Parameters

input_shapes (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization. Used by Keras model serialization.

Returns

A dictionary that contains the config of the layer

Cluster-GCN

class stellargraph.layer.ClusterGCN(layer_sizes, activations, generator, bias=True, dropout=0.0, kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer='zeros', bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None)[source]

Deprecated: use stellargraph.layer.GCN with stellargraph.mapper.ClusterNodeGenerator.

class stellargraph.layer.ClusterGraphConvolution(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Deprecated: use GraphConvolution.

RGCN

class stellargraph.layer.RGCN(layer_sizes, generator, bias=True, num_bases=0, dropout=0.0, activations=None, kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer='zeros', bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None)[source]

A stack of Relational Graph Convolutional layers that implement a relational graph convolution neural network model as in https://arxiv.org/pdf/1703.06103.pdf

The model minimally requires specification of the layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer, activation functions for each hidden layers, and a generator object.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and preprocessed adjacency matrix should be supplied using the RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator class. The generator object should be instantiated as follows:

generator = RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator(G)

Note that currently the RGCN class is compatible with both sparse and dense adjacency matrices and the RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator will default to sparse.

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1. These are provided by the RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator object.

  • The nodes provided to the RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator.flow() method are used by the final layer to select the predictions for those nodes in order. However, the intermediate layers before the final layer order the nodes in the same way as the adjacency matrix.

Examples

Creating a RGCN node classification model from an existing StellarGraph object G:

generator = RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator(G)
rgcn = RGCN(
        layer_sizes=[32, 4],
        activations=["elu","softmax"],
        bases=10,
        generator=generator,
        dropout=0.5
    )
x_inp, predictions = rgcn.in_out_tensors()

See also

Examples using RGCN:

Appropriate data generator: RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator.

Related model: GCN is a specialisation for a single edge type.

RelationalGraphConvolution is the base layer out of which an RGCN model is built.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list of int) – Output sizes of RGCN layers in the stack.

  • generator (RelationalFullBatchNodeGenerator) – The generator instance.

  • num_bases (int) – Specifies number of basis matrices to use for the weight matrices of the RGCN layer as in the paper. Defaults to 0 which specifies that no basis decomposition is used.

  • bias (bool) – If True, a bias vector is learnt for each layer in the RGCN model.

  • dropout (float) – Dropout rate applied to input features of each RGCN layer.

  • activations (list of str or func) – Activations applied to each layer’s output; defaults to ['relu', ..., 'relu'].

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optionalx) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds a RGCN model for node prediction. Link/node pair prediction will added in the future.

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras input tensors

for the specified RGCN model and x_out contains model output tensor(s) of shape (batch_size, layer_sizes[-1])

Return type

tuple

class stellargraph.layer.RelationalGraphConvolution(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Relational Graph Convolution (RGCN) Keras layer.

Original paper: Modeling Relational Data with Graph Convolutional Networks. Thomas N. Kipf, Michael Schlichtkrull (2017). https://arxiv.org/pdf/1703.06103.pdf

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1: Keras requires this batch dimension, and for full-batch methods we only have a single “batch”.

  • There are 1 + R inputs required (where R is the number of relationships): the node features, and a normalized adjacency matrix for each relationship

See also

RGCN combines several of these layers.

Parameters
  • units (int) – dimensionality of output feature vectors

  • num_relationships (int) – the number of relationships in the graph

  • num_bases (int) – the number of basis matrices to use for parameterizing the weight matrices as described in the paper; defaults to 0. num_bases < 0 triggers the default behaviour of num_bases = 0

  • activation (str or func) – nonlinear activation applied to layer’s output to obtain output features

  • use_bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias

  • final_layer (bool) – Deprecated, use tf.gather or GatherIndices

  • kernel_initializer (str or func) – The initialiser to use for the self kernel and also relational kernels if num_bases=0.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func) – The regulariser to use for the self kernel and also relational kernels if num_bases=0.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func) – The constraint to use for the self kernel and also relational kernels if num_bases=0.

  • basis_initializer (str or func) – The initialiser to use for the basis matrices.

  • basis_regularizer (str or func) – The regulariser to use for the basis matrices.

  • basis_constraint (str or func) – The constraint to use for the basis matrices.

  • coefficient_initializer (str or func) – The initialiser to use for the coefficients.

  • coefficient_regularizer (str or func) – The regulariser to use for the coefficients.

  • coefficient_constraint (str or func) – The constraint to use for the coefficients.

  • bias_initializer (str or func) – The initialiser to use for the bias.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func) – The regulariser to use for the bias.

  • bias_constraint (str or func) – The constraint to use for the bias.

  • input_dim (int, optional) – the size of the input shape, if known.

  • kwargs – any additional arguments to pass to tensorflow.keras.layers.Layer

build(input_shapes)[source]

Builds the layer

Parameters
  • input_shapes (list of int) – shapes of the layer’s inputs

  • features, node_indices, and adjacency matrices) ((node) –

call(inputs)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters

inputs (list) – a list of 2 + R input tensors that includes node features (size 1 x N x F), and a graph adjacency matrix (size N x N) for each relationship. R is the number of relationships in the graph (edge type), N is the number of nodes in the graph, and F is the dimensionality of node features.

Returns

Keras Tensor that represents the output of the layer.

compute_output_shape(input_shapes)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer.

Parameters

input_shapes (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization. Used by Keras model serialization.

Returns

A dictionary that contains the config of the layer

PPNP

class stellargraph.layer.PPNP(layer_sizes, generator, activations, bias=True, dropout=0.0, kernel_regularizer=None)[source]

Implementation of Personalized Propagation of Neural Predictions (PPNP) as in https://arxiv.org/abs/1810.05997.

The model minimally requires specification of the fully connected layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer, activation functions for each hidden layers, and a generator object.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and preprocessed adjacency matrix should be supplied using the FullBatchNodeGenerator class. To have the appropriate preprocessing the generator object should be instantiated as follows:

generator = FullBatchNodeGenerator(G, method="ppnp")

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1. These are provided by the FullBatchNodeGenerator object.

  • This assumes that the personalized page rank matrix is provided as input to Keras methods. When using the FullBatchNodeGenerator specify the method='ppnp' argument to do this preprocessing.

  • method='ppnp' requires that use_sparse=False and generates a dense personalized page rank matrix

  • The nodes provided to the FullBatchNodeGenerator.flow() method are used by the final layer to select the predictions for those nodes in order. However, the intermediate layers before the final layer order the nodes in the same way as the adjacency matrix.

  • The size of the final fully connected layer must be equal to the number of classes to predict.

See also

Example using PPNP: node classification.

Appropriate data generators: FullBatchNodeGenerator, FullBatchLinkGenerator.

PPNPPropagationLayer is the base layer out of which a PPNP model is built.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list of int) – list of output sizes of fully connected layers in the stack

  • activations (list of str) – list of activations applied to each fully connected layer’s output

  • generator (FullBatchNodeGenerator) – an instance of FullBatchNodeGenerator class constructed on the graph of interest

  • bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias in fully connected layers

  • dropout (float) – dropout rate applied to input features of each layer

  • kernel_regularizer (str) – normalization applied to the kernels of fully connected layers

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds a PPNP model for node or link prediction

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras/TensorFlow

input tensors for the model and x_out is a tensor of the model output.

Return type

tuple

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

node_model(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

class stellargraph.layer.PPNPPropagationLayer(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Implementation of Personalized Propagation of Neural Predictions (PPNP) as in https://arxiv.org/abs/1810.05997.

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1: Keras requires this batch dimension, and for full-batch methods we only have a single “batch”.

  • There are two inputs required, the node features, and the graph personalized page rank matrix

  • This class assumes that the personalized page rank matrix (specified in paper) matrix is passed as input to the Keras methods.

See also

PPNP combines several of these layers.

Parameters
  • units (int) – dimensionality of output feature vectors

  • final_layer (bool) – Deprecated, use tf.gather or GatherIndices

  • input_dim (int, optional) – the size of the input shape, if known.

  • kwargs – any additional arguments to pass to tensorflow.keras.layers.Layer

build(input_shapes)[source]

Builds the layer

Parameters

input_shapes (list of int) – shapes of the layer’s inputs (node features and adjacency matrix)

call(inputs)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters

inputs (list) – a list of 3 input tensors that includes node features (size 1 x N x F), graph personalized page rank matrix (size N x N), where N is the number of nodes in the graph, and F is the dimensionality of node features.

Returns

Keras Tensor that represents the output of the layer.

compute_output_shape(input_shapes)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer. Assumes the following inputs:

Parameters

input_shapes (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization. Used by Keras model serialization.

Returns

A dictionary that contains the config of the layer

APPNP

class stellargraph.layer.APPNP(layer_sizes, generator, activations, bias=True, dropout=0.0, teleport_probability=0.1, kernel_regularizer=None, approx_iter=10)[source]

Implementation of Approximate Personalized Propagation of Neural Predictions (APPNP) as in https://arxiv.org/abs/1810.05997.

The model minimally requires specification of the fully connected layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer, activation functions for each hidden layers, and a generator object.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and preprocessed adjacency matrix should be supplied using:

To have the appropriate preprocessing the generator object should be instantiated with the method=’gcn’ argument.

Example

Building an APPNP node model:

generator = FullBatchNodeGenerator(G, method="gcn")
ppnp = APPNP(
    layer_sizes=[64, 64, 1],
    activations=['relu', 'relu', 'relu'],
    generator=generator,
    dropout=0.5
)
x_in, x_out = ppnp.in_out_tensors()

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1. These are provided by the FullBatchNodeGenerator object.

  • This assumes that the normalized Laplacian matrix is provided as input to Keras methods. When using the FullBatchNodeGenerator specify the method='gcn' argument to do this preprocessing.

  • The nodes provided to the FullBatchNodeGenerator.flow() method are used by the final layer to select the predictions for those nodes in order. However, the intermediate layers before the final layer order the nodes in the same way as the adjacency matrix.

  • The size of the final fully connected layer must be equal to the number of classes to predict.

See also

Example using APPNP: node classification.

Appropriate data generators: FullBatchNodeGenerator, FullBatchLinkGenerator, ClusterNodeGenerator.

APPNPPropagationLayer is the base layer out of which an APPNP model is built.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list of int) – list of output sizes of fully connected layers in the stack

  • activations (list of str) – list of activations applied to each fully connected layer’s output

  • generator (FullBatchNodeGenerator) – an instance of FullBatchNodeGenerator class constructed on the graph of interest

  • bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias in fully connected layers

  • dropout (float) – dropout rate applied to input features of each layer

  • kernel_regularizer (str) – normalization applied to the kernels of fully connected layers

  • teleport_probability – “probability” of returning to the starting node in the propagation step as described in

  • paper (the) –

  • approx_iter – number of iterations to approximate PPNP as described in the paper (K in the paper)

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds an APPNP model for node or link prediction

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras/TensorFlow

input tensors for the model and x_out is a tensor of the model output.

Return type

tuple

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

node_model(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

propagate_model(base_model)[source]

Propagates a trained model using personalised PageRank.

Parameters

base_model (keras Model) – trained model with node features as input, predicted classes as output

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of two Keras input tensors

for the APPNP model (containing node features and graph adjacency), and x_out is a Keras tensor for the APPNP model output.

Return type

tuple

class stellargraph.layer.APPNPPropagationLayer(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Implementation of Approximate Personalized Propagation of Neural Predictions (PPNP) as in https://arxiv.org/abs/1810.05997.

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1: Keras requires this batch dimension, and for full-batch methods we only have a single “batch”.

  • There are two inputs required, the node features, and the normalized graph Laplacian matrix

  • This class assumes that the normalized Laplacian matrix is passed as input to the Keras methods.

See also

APPNP combines several of these layers.

Parameters
  • units (int) – dimensionality of output feature vectors

  • final_layer (bool) – Deprecated, use tf.gather or GatherIndices

  • teleport_probability – “probability” of returning to the starting node in the propagation step as described in

  • paper (the) –

  • input_dim (int, optional) – the size of the input shape, if known.

  • kwargs – any additional arguments to pass to tensorflow.keras.layers.Layer

build(input_shapes)[source]

Builds the layer

Parameters

input_shapes (list of int) – shapes of the layer’s inputs (node features and adjacency matrix)

call(inputs)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters

inputs (list) – a list of 3 input tensors that includes propagated node features (size 1 x N x F), node features (size 1 x N x F), graph adjacency matrix (size N x N), where N is the number of nodes in the graph, and F is the dimensionality of node features.

Returns

Keras Tensor that represents the output of the layer.

compute_output_shape(input_shapes)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer. Assumes the following inputs:

Parameters

input_shapes (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization. Used by Keras model serialization.

Returns

A dictionary that contains the config of the layer

GAT

class stellargraph.layer.GAT(layer_sizes, generator=None, attn_heads=1, attn_heads_reduction=None, bias=True, in_dropout=0.0, attn_dropout=0.0, normalize=None, activations=None, saliency_map_support=False, multiplicity=1, num_nodes=None, num_features=None, kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer='zeros', bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None, attn_kernel_initializer='glorot_uniform', attn_kernel_regularizer=None, attn_kernel_constraint=None)[source]

A stack of Graph Attention (GAT) layers with aggregation of multiple attention heads, Eqs 5-6 of the GAT paper https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.10903

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and preprocessed adjacency matrix should be supplied using:

To have the appropriate preprocessing the generator object should be instantiated with the method=’gat’ argument.

Examples

Creating a GAT node classification model from an existing StellarGraph object G:

generator = FullBatchNodeGenerator(G, method="gat")
gat = GAT(
        layer_sizes=[8, 4],
        activations=["elu","softmax"],
        attn_heads=8,
        generator=generator,
        in_dropout=0.5,
        attn_dropout=0.5,
    )
x_inp, predictions = gat.in_out_tensors()

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1. These are provided by the FullBatchNodeGenerator object.

  • This does not add self loops to the adjacency matrix, you should preprocess the adjacency matrix to add self-loops, using the method='gat' argument of the FullBatchNodeGenerator.

  • The nodes provided to the FullBatchNodeGenerator.flow() method are used by the final layer to select the predictions for those nodes in order. However, the intermediate layers before the final layer order the nodes in the same way as the adjacency matrix.

See also

Examples using GAT:

Appropriate data generators: FullBatchNodeGenerator, FullBatchLinkGenerator, ClusterNodeGenerator.

Related models:

GraphAttention and GraphAttentionSparse are the base layers out of which a GAT model is built.

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list of int) – list of output sizes of GAT layers in the stack. The length of this list defines the number of GraphAttention layers in the stack.

  • generator (FullBatchNodeGenerator) – an instance of FullBatchNodeGenerator class constructed on the graph of interest

  • attn_heads (int or list of int) –

    number of attention heads in GraphAttention layers. The options are:

    • a single integer: the passed value of attn_heads will be applied to all GraphAttention layers in the stack, except the last layer (for which the number of attn_heads will be set to 1).

    • a list of integers: elements of the list define the number of attention heads in the corresponding layers in the stack.

  • attn_heads_reduction (list of str or None) – reductions applied to output features of each attention head, for all layers in the stack. Valid entries in the list are: concat, average. If None is passed, the default reductions are applied: concat reduction to all layers in the stack except the final layer, average reduction to the last layer (Eqs. 5-6 of the GAT paper).

  • bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias in GAT layers

  • in_dropout (float) – dropout rate applied to input features of each GAT layer

  • attn_dropout (float) – dropout rate applied to attention maps

  • normalize (str or None) – normalization applied to the final output features of the GAT layers stack. Default is None.

  • activations (list of str) – list of activations applied to each layer’s output; defaults to ['elu', ..., 'elu'].

  • saliency_map_support (bool) – If calculating saliency maps using the tools in stellargraph.interpretability.saliency_maps this should be True. Otherwise this should be False (default).

  • multiplicity (int, optional) – The number of nodes to process at a time. This is 1 for a node inference and 2 for link inference (currently no others are supported).

  • num_nodes (int, optional) – The number of nodes in the given graph.

  • num_features (int, optional) – The dimensions of the node features used as input to the model.

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer.

  • attn_kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the attention weights.

  • attn_kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the attention weights.

  • attn_kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the attention bias.

Note

The values for multiplicity, num_nodes, and num_features are obtained from the provided generator by default. The additional keyword arguments for these parameters provide an alternative way to specify them if a generator cannot be supplied.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors(multiplicity=None)[source]

Builds a GAT model for node or link prediction

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras/TensorFlow

input tensors for the model and x_out is a tensor of the model output.

Return type

tuple

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

node_model(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

class stellargraph.layer.GraphAttention(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Graph Attention (GAT) layer. The base implementation is taken from https://github.com/danielegrattarola/keras-gat, with some modifications added for ease of use.

Based on the original paper: Graph Attention Networks. P. Veličković et al. ICLR 2018 https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.10903

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1: Keras requires this batch dimension, and for full-batch methods we only have a single “batch”.

  • There are two inputs required, the node features, and the graph adjacency matrix

  • This does not add self loops to the adjacency matrix, you should preprocess the adjacency matrix to add self-loops

See also

GAT combines several of these layers, and GraphAttentionSparse supports a sparse adjacency matrix.

Parameters
  • F_out (int) – dimensionality of output feature vectors

  • attn_heads (int or list of int) – number of attention heads

  • attn_heads_reduction (str) – reduction applied to output features of each attention head, concat or average. average should be applied in the final prediction layer of the model (Eq. 6 of the paper).

  • in_dropout_rate (float) – dropout rate applied to features

  • attn_dropout_rate (float) – dropout rate applied to attention coefficients

  • activation (str) – nonlinear activation applied to layer’s output to obtain output features (eq. 4 of the GAT paper)

  • final_layer (bool) – Deprecated, use tf.gather or GatherIndices

  • use_bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias

  • saliency_map_support (bool) – If calculating saliency maps using the tools in stellargraph.interpretability.saliency_maps this should be True. Otherwise this should be False (default).

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the head weights.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the head weights.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the head weights.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the head bias.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the head bias.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the head bias.

  • attn_kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the attention weights.

  • attn_kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the attention weights.

  • attn_kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the attention weights.

build(input_shapes)[source]

Builds the layer

Parameters

input_shapes (list of int) – shapes of the layer’s inputs (node features and adjacency matrix)

call(inputs)[source]

Creates the layer as a Keras graph.

Note that the inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1: Keras requires this batch dimension, and for full-batch methods we only have a single “batch”.

There are two inputs required, the node features, and the graph adjacency matrix

Notes

This does not add self loops to the adjacency matrix.

Parameters
  • inputs (list) – list of inputs with 3 items:

  • features (node) –

  • adjacency matrix (graph) –

  • N is the number of nodes in the graph, (where) – F is the dimensionality of node features M is the number of output nodes

compute_output_shape(input_shapes)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer. Assumes the following inputs:

Parameters

input_shapes (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization

class stellargraph.layer.GraphAttentionSparse(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Graph Attention (GAT) layer, base implementation taken from https://github.com/danielegrattarola/keras-gat, some modifications added for ease of use.

Based on the original paper: Graph Attention Networks. P. Veličković et al. ICLR 2018 https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.10903

Notes

  • The inputs are tensors with a batch dimension of 1: Keras requires this batch dimension, and for full-batch methods we only have a single “batch”.

  • There are three inputs required, the node features, the output indices (the nodes that are to be selected in the final layer), and the graph adjacency matrix

  • This does not add self loops to the adjacency matrix, you should preprocess the adjacency matrix to add self-loops

See also

GAT combines several of these layers, and GraphAttention supports a dense adjacency matrix.

Parameters
  • F_out (int) – dimensionality of output feature vectors

  • attn_heads (int or list of int) – number of attention heads

  • attn_heads_reduction (str) – reduction applied to output features of each attention head, concat or average. average should be applied in the final prediction layer of the model (Eq. 6 of the paper).

  • in_dropout_rate (float) – dropout rate applied to features

  • attn_dropout_rate (float) – dropout rate applied to attention coefficients

  • activation (str) – nonlinear activation applied to layer’s output to obtain output features (eq. 4 of the GAT paper)

  • final_layer (bool) – Deprecated, use tf.gather or GatherIndices

  • use_bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias

  • saliency_map_support (bool) – If calculating saliency maps using the tools in stellargraph.interpretability.saliency_maps this should be True. Otherwise this should be False (default).

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the head weights.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the head weights.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the head weights.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the head bias.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the head bias.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the head bias.

  • attn_kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the attention weights.

  • attn_kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the attention weights.

  • attn_kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the attention weights.

call(inputs, **kwargs)[source]

Creates the layer as a Keras graph

Notes

This does not add self loops to the adjacency matrix.

Parameters
  • inputs (list) – list of inputs with 4 items:

  • features (node) –

  • graph adjacency matrix (sparse) –

  • N is the number of nodes in the graph, (where) – F is the dimensionality of node features M is the number of output nodes

Watch Your Step

Knowledge Graph models

class stellargraph.layer.ComplEx(generator, embedding_dimension, embeddings_initializer='normal', embeddings_regularizer=None)[source]

Embedding layers and a ComplEx scoring layers that implement the ComplEx knowledge graph embedding algorithm as in http://jmlr.org/proceedings/papers/v48/trouillon16.pdf

See also

Example using ComplEx: link prediction

Related models: other knowledge graph models, see KGTripleGenerator for a full list.

Appropriate data generator: KGTripleGenerator.

Parameters
  • generator (KGTripleGenerator) – A generator of triples to feed into the model.

  • embedding_dimension (int) – the dimension of the embedding (that is, a vector in C^embedding_dimension is learnt for each node and each link type)

  • embeddings_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the embeddings (the default of random normal values matches the paper’s reference implementation).

  • embeddings_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regularizer to use for the embeddings.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

embedding_arrays()

Retrieve each separate set of embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model.

Returns

the first element contains the embeddings for nodes/entities (for each element, shape = number of nodes × k), the second element contains the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension for each layer. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of lists of numpy arrays

embeddings()

Retrieve the embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model, if there’s only one set of embeddings for each of nodes and edge types.

Returns

the first element is the embeddings for nodes/entities (shape = number of nodes × k), the second element is the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of numpy arrays

in_out_tensors()

Builds a knowledge graph model.

Returns

A tuple of (list of input tensors, tensor for ComplEx model score outputs)

rank_edges_against_all_nodes(test_data, known_edges_graph, tie_breaking='random')

Returns the ranks of the true edges in test_data, when scored against all other similar edges.

For each input edge E = (s, r, o), the score of the modified-object edge (s, r, n) is computed for every node n in the graph, and similarly the score of the modified-subject edge (n, r, o).

This computes “raw” and “filtered” ranks:

raw

The score of each edge is ranked against all of the modified-object and modified-subject ones, for instance, if E = ("a", "X", "b") has score 3.14, and only one modified-object edge has a higher score (e.g. F = ("a", "X", "c")), then the raw modified-object rank for E will be 2; if all of the (n, "X", "b") edges have score less than 3.14, then the raw modified-subject rank for E will be 1.

filtered

The score of each edge is ranked against only the unknown modified-object and modified-subject edges. An edge is considered known if it is in known_edges_graph which should typically hold every edge in the dataset (that is everything from the train, test and validation sets, if the data has been split). For instance, continuing the raw example, if the higher-scoring edge F is in the graph, then it will be ignored, giving a filtered modified-object rank for E of 1. (If F was not in the graph, the filtered modified-object rank would be 2.)

Parameters
Returns

A numpy array of integer raw ranks. It has shape N × 2, where N is the number of test triples in test_data; the first column (array[:, 0]) holds the modified-object ranks, and the second (array[:, 1]) holds the modified-subject ranks.

class stellargraph.layer.ComplExScore(*args, **kwargs)[source]

ComplEx scoring Keras layer.

Original Paper: Complex Embeddings for Simple Link Prediction, Théo Trouillon, Johannes Welbl, Sebastian Riedel, Éric Gaussier and Guillaume Bouchard, ICML 2016. http://jmlr.org/proceedings/papers/v48/trouillon16.pdf

This combines subject, relation and object embeddings into a score of the likelihood of the link.

build(input_shape)[source]

Creates the variables of the layer (optional, for subclass implementers).

This is a method that implementers of subclasses of Layer or Model can override if they need a state-creation step in-between layer instantiation and layer call.

This is typically used to create the weights of Layer subclasses.

Parameters

input_shape – Instance of TensorShape, or list of instances of TensorShape if the layer expects a list of inputs (one instance per input).

bulk_scoring(node_embs, node_embs_conj, s_embs, r_embs, o_embs)[source]

Compute a batch of modified-object and modified-subject scores for ranking.

Parameters
  • node_embsnum_nodes × k array of all node embeddings, where k is the size of the embeddings returned by :meth:embeddings_to_numpy`.

  • extra_data – the return value of bulk_scoring_data()

  • s_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true source nodes

  • r_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true edge types/relations

  • o_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true object nodes

Returns

This should return a pair of NumPy arrays of shape num_nodes × batch_size. The first array contains scores of the modified-object edges, and the second contains scores of the modified-subject edges.

bulk_scoring_data(node_embs, edge_type_embs)[source]

Pre-compute some data for bulk ranking, if any such data would be helpful.

call(inputs)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters

inputs – a list of 6 tensors (shape = batch size × 1 × embedding dimension k), where the three consecutive pairs represent real and imaginary parts of the subject, relation and object embeddings, respectively, that is, inputs == [Re(subject), Im(subject), Re(relation), ...]

embeddings(num_nodes, num_edge_types, dimension, initializer, regularizer)[source]

Create appropriate embedding layer(s) for this scoring.

Parameters
  • num_nodes – the number of nodes in this graph.

  • num_edge_types – the number of edge types/relations in this graph.

  • dimension – the requested embedding dimension, for whatever that means for this scoring.

  • initializer – the initializer to use for embeddings, when required.

  • regularizer – the regularizer to use for embeddings, when required.

Returns

A pair of lists of tensorflow.keras.layers.Embedding layers, corresponding to nodes and edge types.

embeddings_to_numpy(node_embs, edge_type_embs)[source]

Convert raw embedding NumPy arrays into “semantic” embeddings, such as complex numbers instead of interleaved real numbers.

Parameters
  • node_embsnum_nodes × k array of all node embeddings, where k is the size of the embeddings returned by :meth:embeddings_to_numpy`.

  • edge_type_embsnum_edge_type × k array of all edge type/relation embeddings, where k is the size of the embeddings returned by :meth:embeddings_to_numpy`.

Returns

Model-specific NumPy arrays corresponding to some useful view of the embeddings vectors.

class stellargraph.layer.DistMult(generator, embedding_dimension, embeddings_initializer='uniform', embeddings_regularizer=None)[source]

Embedding layers and a DistMult scoring layers that implement the DistMult knowledge graph embedding algorithm as in https://arxiv.org/pdf/1412.6575.pdf

See also

Example using DistMult: link prediction

Related models: other knowledge graph models, see KGTripleGenerator for a full list.

Appropriate data generator: KGTripleGenerator.

Parameters
  • generator (KGTripleGenerator) – A generator of triples to feed into the model.

  • embedding_dimension (int) – the dimension of the embedding (that is, a vector in R^embedding_dimension is learnt for each node and each link type)

  • embeddings_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the embeddings.

  • embeddings_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regularizer to use for the embeddings.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

embedding_arrays()

Retrieve each separate set of embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model.

Returns

the first element contains the embeddings for nodes/entities (for each element, shape = number of nodes × k), the second element contains the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension for each layer. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of lists of numpy arrays

embeddings()

Retrieve the embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model, if there’s only one set of embeddings for each of nodes and edge types.

Returns

the first element is the embeddings for nodes/entities (shape = number of nodes × k), the second element is the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of numpy arrays

in_out_tensors()

Builds a knowledge graph model.

Returns

A tuple of (list of input tensors, tensor for ComplEx model score outputs)

rank_edges_against_all_nodes(test_data, known_edges_graph, tie_breaking='random')

Returns the ranks of the true edges in test_data, when scored against all other similar edges.

For each input edge E = (s, r, o), the score of the modified-object edge (s, r, n) is computed for every node n in the graph, and similarly the score of the modified-subject edge (n, r, o).

This computes “raw” and “filtered” ranks:

raw

The score of each edge is ranked against all of the modified-object and modified-subject ones, for instance, if E = ("a", "X", "b") has score 3.14, and only one modified-object edge has a higher score (e.g. F = ("a", "X", "c")), then the raw modified-object rank for E will be 2; if all of the (n, "X", "b") edges have score less than 3.14, then the raw modified-subject rank for E will be 1.

filtered

The score of each edge is ranked against only the unknown modified-object and modified-subject edges. An edge is considered known if it is in known_edges_graph which should typically hold every edge in the dataset (that is everything from the train, test and validation sets, if the data has been split). For instance, continuing the raw example, if the higher-scoring edge F is in the graph, then it will be ignored, giving a filtered modified-object rank for E of 1. (If F was not in the graph, the filtered modified-object rank would be 2.)

Parameters
Returns

A numpy array of integer raw ranks. It has shape N × 2, where N is the number of test triples in test_data; the first column (array[:, 0]) holds the modified-object ranks, and the second (array[:, 1]) holds the modified-subject ranks.

class stellargraph.layer.DistMultScore(*args, **kwargs)[source]

DistMult scoring Keras layer.

Original Paper: Embedding Entities and Relations for Learning and Inference in Knowledge Bases. Bishan Yang, Wen-tau Yih, Xiaodong He, Jianfeng Gao, Li Deng. ICLR 2015

This combines subject, relation and object embeddings into a score of the likelihood of the link.

build(input_shape)[source]

Creates the variables of the layer (optional, for subclass implementers).

This is a method that implementers of subclasses of Layer or Model can override if they need a state-creation step in-between layer instantiation and layer call.

This is typically used to create the weights of Layer subclasses.

Parameters

input_shape – Instance of TensorShape, or list of instances of TensorShape if the layer expects a list of inputs (one instance per input).

bulk_scoring(all_n_embs, _extra_data, s_embs, r_embs, o_embs)[source]

Compute a batch of modified-object and modified-subject scores for ranking.

Parameters
  • node_embsnum_nodes × k array of all node embeddings, where k is the size of the embeddings returned by :meth:embeddings_to_numpy`.

  • extra_data – the return value of bulk_scoring_data()

  • s_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true source nodes

  • r_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true edge types/relations

  • o_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true object nodes

Returns

This should return a pair of NumPy arrays of shape num_nodes × batch_size. The first array contains scores of the modified-object edges, and the second contains scores of the modified-subject edges.

call(inputs)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters

inputs – a list of 3 tensors (shape = batch size × 1 × embedding dimension), representing the subject, relation and object embeddings, respectively, that is, inputs == [subject, relation, object]

embeddings(num_nodes, num_edge_types, dimension, initializer, regularizer)[source]

Create appropriate embedding layer(s) for this scoring.

Parameters
  • num_nodes – the number of nodes in this graph.

  • num_edge_types – the number of edge types/relations in this graph.

  • dimension – the requested embedding dimension, for whatever that means for this scoring.

  • initializer – the initializer to use for embeddings, when required.

  • regularizer – the regularizer to use for embeddings, when required.

Returns

A pair of lists of tensorflow.keras.layers.Embedding layers, corresponding to nodes and edge types.

class stellargraph.layer.RotatE(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

RotatE is experimental: demo and documentation is missing (see: #1549, #1550). It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

Implementation of https://arxiv.org/abs/1902.10197

See also

Related models: other knowledge graph models, see KGTripleGenerator for a full list.

Appropriate data generator: KGTripleGenerator.

embedding_arrays()

Retrieve each separate set of embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model.

Returns

the first element contains the embeddings for nodes/entities (for each element, shape = number of nodes × k), the second element contains the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension for each layer. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of lists of numpy arrays

embeddings()

Retrieve the embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model, if there’s only one set of embeddings for each of nodes and edge types.

Returns

the first element is the embeddings for nodes/entities (shape = number of nodes × k), the second element is the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of numpy arrays

in_out_tensors()

Builds a knowledge graph model.

Returns

A tuple of (list of input tensors, tensor for ComplEx model score outputs)

rank_edges_against_all_nodes(test_data, known_edges_graph, tie_breaking='random')

Returns the ranks of the true edges in test_data, when scored against all other similar edges.

For each input edge E = (s, r, o), the score of the modified-object edge (s, r, n) is computed for every node n in the graph, and similarly the score of the modified-subject edge (n, r, o).

This computes “raw” and “filtered” ranks:

raw

The score of each edge is ranked against all of the modified-object and modified-subject ones, for instance, if E = ("a", "X", "b") has score 3.14, and only one modified-object edge has a higher score (e.g. F = ("a", "X", "c")), then the raw modified-object rank for E will be 2; if all of the (n, "X", "b") edges have score less than 3.14, then the raw modified-subject rank for E will be 1.

filtered

The score of each edge is ranked against only the unknown modified-object and modified-subject edges. An edge is considered known if it is in known_edges_graph which should typically hold every edge in the dataset (that is everything from the train, test and validation sets, if the data has been split). For instance, continuing the raw example, if the higher-scoring edge F is in the graph, then it will be ignored, giving a filtered modified-object rank for E of 1. (If F was not in the graph, the filtered modified-object rank would be 2.)

Parameters
Returns

A numpy array of integer raw ranks. It has shape N × 2, where N is the number of test triples in test_data; the first column (array[:, 0]) holds the modified-object ranks, and the second (array[:, 1]) holds the modified-subject ranks.

class stellargraph.layer.RotatEScore(*args, **kwargs)[source]
bulk_scoring(all_n_embs, _extra_data, s_embs, r_embs, o_embs)[source]

Compute a batch of modified-object and modified-subject scores for ranking.

Parameters
  • node_embsnum_nodes × k array of all node embeddings, where k is the size of the embeddings returned by :meth:embeddings_to_numpy`.

  • extra_data – the return value of bulk_scoring_data()

  • s_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true source nodes

  • r_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true edge types/relations

  • o_embsbatch_size × k embeddings for the true object nodes

Returns

This should return a pair of NumPy arrays of shape num_nodes × batch_size. The first array contains scores of the modified-object edges, and the second contains scores of the modified-subject edges.

call(inputs)[source]

This is where the layer’s logic lives.

Note here that call() method in tf.keras is little bit different from keras API. In keras API, you can pass support masking for layers as additional arguments. Whereas tf.keras has compute_mask() method to support masking.

Parameters
  • inputs – Input tensor, or list/tuple of input tensors.

  • **kwargs – Additional keyword arguments. Currently unused.

Returns

A tensor or list/tuple of tensors.

embeddings(num_nodes, num_edge_types, dimension, initializer, regularizer)[source]

Create appropriate embedding layer(s) for this scoring.

Parameters
  • num_nodes – the number of nodes in this graph.

  • num_edge_types – the number of edge types/relations in this graph.

  • dimension – the requested embedding dimension, for whatever that means for this scoring.

  • initializer – the initializer to use for embeddings, when required.

  • regularizer – the regularizer to use for embeddings, when required.

Returns

A pair of lists of tensorflow.keras.layers.Embedding layers, corresponding to nodes and edge types.

embeddings_to_numpy(node_embs, edge_type_embs)[source]

Convert raw embedding NumPy arrays into “semantic” embeddings, such as complex numbers instead of interleaved real numbers.

Parameters
  • node_embsnum_nodes × k array of all node embeddings, where k is the size of the embeddings returned by :meth:embeddings_to_numpy`.

  • edge_type_embsnum_edge_type × k array of all edge type/relation embeddings, where k is the size of the embeddings returned by :meth:embeddings_to_numpy`.

Returns

Model-specific NumPy arrays corresponding to some useful view of the embeddings vectors.

get_config()[source]

Returns the config of the layer.

A layer config is a Python dictionary (serializable) containing the configuration of a layer. The same layer can be reinstantiated later (without its trained weights) from this configuration.

The config of a layer does not include connectivity information, nor the layer class name. These are handled by Network (one layer of abstraction above).

Returns

Python dictionary.

class stellargraph.layer.RotE(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

RotE is experimental: demo is missing (see: #1664). It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

Embedding layers and a RotE scoring layer that implement the RotE knowledge graph embedding algorithm as in https://arxiv.org/pdf/2005.00545.pdf

See also

Related models:

  • other knowledge graph models, see KGTripleGenerator for a full list

  • RotH for the hyperbolic version of this Euclidean model

Appropriate data generator: KGTripleGenerator.

Parameters
  • generator (KGTripleGenerator) – A generator of triples to feed into the model.

  • embedding_dimension (int) – the dimension of the embeddings (that is, a vector in R^embedding_dimension plus a bias in R is learnt for each node, along with a pair of vectors in R^embedding_dimension and R^(embedding_dimension / 2) for each node type). It must be even.

  • embeddings_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the embeddings.

  • embeddings_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regularizer to use for the embeddings.

embedding_arrays()

Retrieve each separate set of embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model.

Returns

the first element contains the embeddings for nodes/entities (for each element, shape = number of nodes × k), the second element contains the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension for each layer. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of lists of numpy arrays

embeddings()

Retrieve the embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model, if there’s only one set of embeddings for each of nodes and edge types.

Returns

the first element is the embeddings for nodes/entities (shape = number of nodes × k), the second element is the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of numpy arrays

in_out_tensors()

Builds a knowledge graph model.

Returns

A tuple of (list of input tensors, tensor for ComplEx model score outputs)

rank_edges_against_all_nodes(test_data, known_edges_graph, tie_breaking='random')

Returns the ranks of the true edges in test_data, when scored against all other similar edges.

For each input edge E = (s, r, o), the score of the modified-object edge (s, r, n) is computed for every node n in the graph, and similarly the score of the modified-subject edge (n, r, o).

This computes “raw” and “filtered” ranks:

raw

The score of each edge is ranked against all of the modified-object and modified-subject ones, for instance, if E = ("a", "X", "b") has score 3.14, and only one modified-object edge has a higher score (e.g. F = ("a", "X", "c")), then the raw modified-object rank for E will be 2; if all of the (n, "X", "b") edges have score less than 3.14, then the raw modified-subject rank for E will be 1.

filtered

The score of each edge is ranked against only the unknown modified-object and modified-subject edges. An edge is considered known if it is in known_edges_graph which should typically hold every edge in the dataset (that is everything from the train, test and validation sets, if the data has been split). For instance, continuing the raw example, if the higher-scoring edge F is in the graph, then it will be ignored, giving a filtered modified-object rank for E of 1. (If F was not in the graph, the filtered modified-object rank would be 2.)

Parameters
Returns

A numpy array of integer raw ranks. It has shape N × 2, where N is the number of test triples in test_data; the first column (array[:, 0]) holds the modified-object ranks, and the second (array[:, 1]) holds the modified-subject ranks.

class stellargraph.layer.RotH(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

RotH is experimental: demo is missing (see: #1664). It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

Embedding layers and a RotH scoring layer that implement the RotH knowledge graph embedding algorithm as in https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.00545

See also

Related models:

  • other knowledge graph models, see KGTripleGenerator for a full list

  • RotE for the Euclidean version of this hyperbolic model

Appropriate data generator: KGTripleGenerator.

Parameters
  • generator (KGTripleGenerator) – A generator of triples to feed into the model.

  • embedding_dimension (int) – the dimension of the embeddings (that is, a vector in R^embedding_dimension plus a bias in R is learnt for each node, along with a pair of vectors in R^embedding_dimension and R^(embedding_dimension / 2) for each node type). It must be even.

  • embeddings_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the embeddings.

  • embeddings_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regularizer to use for the embeddings.

embedding_arrays()

Retrieve each separate set of embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model.

Returns

the first element contains the embeddings for nodes/entities (for each element, shape = number of nodes × k), the second element contains the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension for each layer. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of lists of numpy arrays

embeddings()

Retrieve the embeddings for nodes/entities and edge types/relations in this model, if there’s only one set of embeddings for each of nodes and edge types.

Returns

the first element is the embeddings for nodes/entities (shape = number of nodes × k), the second element is the embeddings for edge types/relations (shape = number of edge types x k), where k is some notion of the embedding dimension. The type of the embeddings depends on the specific scoring function chosen.

Return type

A tuple of numpy arrays

in_out_tensors()

Builds a knowledge graph model.

Returns

A tuple of (list of input tensors, tensor for ComplEx model score outputs)

rank_edges_against_all_nodes(test_data, known_edges_graph, tie_breaking='random')

Returns the ranks of the true edges in test_data, when scored against all other similar edges.

For each input edge E = (s, r, o), the score of the modified-object edge (s, r, n) is computed for every node n in the graph, and similarly the score of the modified-subject edge (n, r, o).

This computes “raw” and “filtered” ranks:

raw

The score of each edge is ranked against all of the modified-object and modified-subject ones, for instance, if E = ("a", "X", "b") has score 3.14, and only one modified-object edge has a higher score (e.g. F = ("a", "X", "c")), then the raw modified-object rank for E will be 2; if all of the (n, "X", "b") edges have score less than 3.14, then the raw modified-subject rank for E will be 1.

filtered

The score of each edge is ranked against only the unknown modified-object and modified-subject edges. An edge is considered known if it is in known_edges_graph which should typically hold every edge in the dataset (that is everything from the train, test and validation sets, if the data has been split). For instance, continuing the raw example, if the higher-scoring edge F is in the graph, then it will be ignored, giving a filtered modified-object rank for E of 1. (If F was not in the graph, the filtered modified-object rank would be 2.)

Parameters
Returns

A numpy array of integer raw ranks. It has shape N × 2, where N is the number of test triples in test_data; the first column (array[:, 0]) holds the modified-object ranks, and the second (array[:, 1]) holds the modified-subject ranks.

GCN Supervised Graph Classification

class stellargraph.layer.GCNSupervisedGraphClassification(layer_sizes, activations, generator, bias=True, dropout=0.0, pooling=None, pool_all_layers=False, kernel_initializer=None, kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer=None, bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None)[source]

A stack of GraphConvolution layers together with a Keras GlobalAveragePooling1D layer (by default) that implement a supervised graph classification network using the GCN convolution operator (https://arxiv.org/abs/1609.02907).

The model minimally requires specification of the GCN layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer, activation functions for each hidden layers, and a generator object.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and preprocessed adjacency matrix should be supplied using the PaddedGraphGenerator class.

Examples

Creating a graph classification model from a list of StellarGraph objects (graphs). We also add two fully connected dense layers using the last one for binary classification with softmax activation:

generator = PaddedGraphGenerator(graphs)
model = GCNSupervisedGraphClassification(
                 layer_sizes=[32, 32],
                 activations=["elu","elu"],
                 generator=generator,
                 dropout=0.5
    )
x_inp, x_out = model.in_out_tensors()
predictions = Dense(units=8, activation='relu')(x_out)
predictions = Dense(units=2, activation='softmax')(predictions)

See also

Examples using GCN graph classification:

Appropriate data generator: PaddedGraphGenerator.

Related models:

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list of int) – list of output sizes of the graph GCN layers in the stack.

  • activations (list of str) – list of activations applied to each GCN layer’s output.

  • generator (PaddedGraphGenerator) – an instance of PaddedGraphGenerator class constructed on the graphs used for training.

  • bias (bool, optional) – toggles an optional bias in graph convolutional layers.

  • dropout (float, optional) – dropout rate applied to input features of each GCN layer.

  • pooling (callable, optional) –

    a Keras layer or function that takes two arguments and returns a tensor representing the embeddings for each graph in the batch. Arguments:

    • embeddings tensor argument with shape batch size × nodes × output size, where nodes is the maximum number of nodes of a graph in the batch and output size is the size of the final graph convolutional layer, or, if pool_all_layers, the sum of the sizes of each graph convolutional layers.

    • mask tensor named argument of booleans with shape batch size × nodes. True values indicate which rows of the embeddings argument are valid, and all other rows (corresponding to mask == False) must be ignored.

    The returned tensor can have any shape batch size, batch size × N1, batch size × N1 × N2, …, as long as the N1, N2, … are constant across all graphs: they must not depend on the nodes dimension or on the number of True values in mask. pooling defaults to mean pooling via GlobalAveragePooling1D.

  • pool_all_layers (bool, optional) – which layers to pass to the pooling method: if True, pass the concatenation of the output of every GCN layer, otherwise pass only the output of the last GCN layer.

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each graph convolutional layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each graph convolutional layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer graph convolutional.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer graph convolutional.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer graph convolutional.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer graph convolutional.

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

in_out_tensors()[source]

Builds a Graph Classification model.

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of two input tensors for the

Graph Classification model (containing node features and normalized adjacency matrix), and x_out is a tensor for the Graph Classification model output.

Return type

tuple

Deep Graph Convolutional Neural Network

class stellargraph.layer.SortPooling(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Sort Pooling Keras layer.

Note that sorting is performed using only the last column of the input tensor as stated in [1], “For convenience, we set the last graph convolution to have one channel and only used this single channel for sorting.”

[1] An End-to-End Deep Learning Architecture for Graph Classification, M. Zhang, Z. Cui, M. Neumann, and Y. Chen, AAAI-18, https://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/AAAI/AAAI18/paper/viewPaper/17146

See also

The DeepGraphCNN model uses this class for graph classification.

Parameters
  • k (int) – The number of rows of output tensor.

  • flatten_output (bool) – If True then the output tensor is reshaped to vector for each element in the batch.

call(embeddings, mask)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters
  • embeddings (tensor) – the node features (size B x N x Sum F_i) where B is the batch size, N is the number of nodes in the largest graph in the batch, and F_i is the dimensionality of node features output from the i-th convolutional layer.

  • mask (tensor) – a boolean mask (size B x N)

Returns

Keras Tensor that represents the output of the layer.

compute_output_shape(input_shapes)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer. Assumes the following inputs:

Parameters

input_shapes (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization. Used by Keras model serialization.

Returns

A dictionary that contains the config of the layer

class stellargraph.layer.DeepGraphCNN(layer_sizes, activations, k, generator, bias=True, dropout=0.0, kernel_initializer=None, kernel_regularizer=None, kernel_constraint=None, bias_initializer=None, bias_regularizer=None, bias_constraint=None)[source]

A stack of GraphConvolution layers together with a SortPooling layer that implement a supervised graph classification network (DGCNN) using the GCN convolution operator (https://arxiv.org/abs/1609.02907).

The DGCNN model was introduced in the paper, “An End-to-End Deep Learning Architecture for Graph Classification” by M. Zhang, Z. Cui, M. Neumann, and Y. Chen, AAAI 2018, https://www.cse.wustl.edu/~muhan/papers/AAAI_2018_DGCNN.pdf

The model minimally requires specification of the GCN layer sizes as a list of int corresponding to the feature dimensions for each hidden layer, activation functions for each hidden layer, a generator object, and the number of output nodes for the class:SortPooling layer.

To use this class as a Keras model, the features and preprocessed adjacency matrix should be supplied using the PaddedGraphGenerator class.

Examples

Creating a graph classification model from a list of StellarGraph objects (graphs). We also add two one-dimensional convolutional layers, a max pooling layer, and two fully connected dense layers one with dropout one used for binary classification:

generator = PaddedGraphGenerator(graphs)
model = DeepGraphCNN(
                 layer_sizes=[32, 32, 32, 1],
                 activations=["tanh","tanh", "tanh", "tanh"],
                 generator=generator,
                 k=30
    )
x_inp, x_out = model.in_out_tensors()

x_out = Conv1D(filters=16, kernel_size=97, strides=97)(x_out)
x_out = MaxPool1D(pool_size=2)(x_out)
x_out = Conv1D(filters=32, kernel_size=5, strides=1)(x_out)
x_out = Flatten()(x_out)
x_out = Dense(units=128, activation="relu")(x_out)
x_out = Dropout(rate=0.5)(x_out)
predictions = Dense(units=1, activation="sigmoid")(x_out)

model = Model(inputs=x_inp, outputs=predictions)

See also

Example using DGCNN: graph classification.

Appropriate data generator: PaddedGraphGenerator.

Related models:

Parameters
  • layer_sizes (list of int) – list of output sizes of the graph GCN layers in the stack.

  • activations (list of str) – list of activations applied to each GCN layer’s output.

  • k (int) – size (number of rows) of output tensor.

  • generator (GraphGenerator) – an instance of GraphGenerator class constructed on the graphs used for training.

  • bias (bool, optional) – toggles an optional bias in graph convolutional layers.

  • dropout (float, optional) – dropout rate applied to input features of each GCN layer.

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each graph convolutional layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each graph convolutional layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer graph convolutional.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer graph convolutional.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer graph convolutional.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer graph convolutional.

Graph Convolution LSTM

class stellargraph.layer.GCN_LSTM(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

GCN_LSTM is experimental: Lack of unit tests and code refinement (see: #1132, #1526, #1564). It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

GCN_LSTM is a univariate timeseries forecasting method. The architecture comprises of a stack of N1 Graph Convolutional layers followed by N2 LSTM layers, a Dropout layer, and a Dense layer. This main components of GNN architecture is inspired by: T-GCN: A Temporal Graph Convolutional Network for Traffic Prediction (https://arxiv.org/abs/1811.05320). The implementation of the above paper is based on one graph convolution layer stacked with a GRU layer.

The StellarGraph implementation is built as a stack of the following set of layers:

  1. User specified no. of Graph Convolutional layers

  2. User specified no. of LSTM layers

  3. 1 Dense layer

  4. 1 Dropout layer.

The last two layers consistently showed better performance and regularization experimentally.

See also

Example using GCN_LSTM: spatio-temporal time-series prediction.

Appropriate data generator: SlidingFeaturesNodeGenerator.

Related model: GCN for graphs without time-series node features.

Parameters
  • seq_len – No. of LSTM cells

  • adj – unweighted/weighted adjacency matrix of [no.of nodes by no. of nodes dimension

  • gc_layer_sizes (list of int) – Output sizes of Graph Convolution layers in the stack.

  • lstm_layer_sizes (list of int) – Output sizes of LSTM layers in the stack.

  • generator (SlidingFeaturesNodeGenerator) – A generator instance.

  • bias (bool) – If True, a bias vector is learnt for each layer in the GCN model.

  • dropout (float) – Dropout rate applied to input features of each GCN layer.

  • gc_activations (list of str or func) – Activations applied to each layer’s output; defaults to ['relu', ..., 'relu'].

  • lstm_activations (list of str or func) – Activations applied to each layer’s output; defaults to ['tanh', ..., 'tanh'].

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights of each layer.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights of each layer.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias of each layer.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias of each layer.

in_out_tensors()[source]

Builds a GCN model for node feature prediction

Returns

(x_inp, x_out), where x_inp is a list of Keras/TensorFlow

input tensors for the GCN model and x_out is a tensor of the GCN model output.

Return type

tuple

class stellargraph.layer.FixedAdjacencyGraphConvolution(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Graph Convolution (GCN) Keras layer. The implementation is based on https://github.com/tkipf/keras-gcn.

Original paper: Semi-Supervised Classification with Graph Convolutional Networks. Thomas N. Kipf, Max Welling, International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR), 2017 https://github.com/tkipf/gcn

Notes

  • The inputs are 3 dimensional tensors: batch size, sequence length, and number of nodes.

  • This class assumes that a simple unweighted or weighted adjacency matrix is passed to it, the normalized Laplacian matrix is calculated within the class.

Parameters
  • units (int) – dimensionality of output feature vectors

  • A (N x N) – weighted/unweighted adjacency matrix

  • activation (str or func) – nonlinear activation applied to layer’s output to obtain output features

  • use_bias (bool) – toggles an optional bias

  • kernel_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the weights.

  • kernel_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the weights.

  • kernel_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the weights.

  • bias_initializer (str or func, optional) – The initialiser to use for the bias.

  • bias_regularizer (str or func, optional) – The regulariser to use for the bias.

  • bias_constraint (str or func, optional) – The constraint to use for the bias.

build(input_shapes)[source]

Builds the layer

Parameters

input_shapes (list of int) – shapes of the layer’s inputs (the batches of node features)

call(features)[source]

Applies the layer.

Parameters

features (ndarray) – node features (size B x N x F), where B is the batch size, F = TV is the feature size (consisting of the sequence length and the number of variates), and N is the number of nodes in the graph.

Returns

Keras Tensor that represents the output of the layer.

compute_output_shape(input_shapes)[source]

Computes the output shape of the layer. Assumes the following inputs:

Parameters

input_shapes (tuple of int) – Shape tuples can include None for free dimensions, instead of an integer.

Returns

An input shape tuple.

get_config()[source]

Gets class configuration for Keras serialization. Used by Keras model serialization.

Returns

A dictionary that contains the config of the layer

Deep Graph Infomax

class stellargraph.layer.DeepGraphInfomax(base_model, corrupted_generator=None)[source]

A class to wrap stellargraph models for Deep Graph Infomax unsupervised training (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1809.10341.pdf).

See also

Examples using Deep Graph Infomax:

Appropriate data generator: CorruptedGenerator.

Parameters

base_model – the base stellargraph model class

build(**kwargs)

Deprecated: use in_out_tensors().

embedding_model()[source]

Deprecated: use base_model.in_out_tensors instead. Deep Graph Infomax just trains the base model, and the model behaves as usual after training.

in_out_tensors()[source]

A function to create the the Keras inputs and outputs for a Deep Graph Infomax model for unsupervised training.

Note that the tensorflow.nn.sigmoid_cross_entropy_with_logits() loss must be used with this model.

Example:

dg_infomax = DeepGraphInfoMax(...)
x_in, x_out = dg_infomax.in_out_tensors()
model = Model(inputs=x_in, outputs=x_out)
model.compile(loss=tf.nn.sigmoid_cross_entropy_with_logits, ...)
Returns

input and output layers for use with a Keras model

class stellargraph.layer.DGIDiscriminator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

This Layer computes the Discriminator function for Deep Graph Infomax (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1809.10341.pdf).

See also

DeepGraphInfomax uses this layer.

build(input_shapes)[source]

Creates the variables of the layer (optional, for subclass implementers).

This is a method that implementers of subclasses of Layer or Model can override if they need a state-creation step in-between layer instantiation and layer call.

This is typically used to create the weights of Layer subclasses.

Parameters

input_shape – Instance of TensorShape, or list of instances of TensorShape if the layer expects a list of inputs (one instance per input).

call(inputs)[source]

Applies the layer to the inputs.

Parameters

inputs – a list or tuple of tensors with shapes [(1, N, F), (1, F)] for full batch methods and shapes [(B, F), (F,)] for sampled node methods, containing the node features and a summary feature vector. Where N is the number of nodes in the graph, F is the feature dimension, and B is the batch size.

Returns

a Tensor with shape (1, N) for full batch methods and shape (B,) for sampled node methods.

Ensembles

Ensembles of graph neural network models, GraphSAGE, GCN, GAT, and HinSAGE, with optional bootstrap sampling of the training data (implemented in the BaggingEnsemble class).

class stellargraph.ensemble.BaggingEnsemble(model, n_estimators=3, n_predictions=3)[source]

The BaggingEnsemble class can be used to create ensembles of stellargraph’s graph neural network algorithms including GCN, GraphSAGE, GAT, and HinSAGE. Ensembles can be used for training classification and regression problems for node attribute inference and link prediction.

This class can be used to create Bagging ensembles.

Bagging ensembles add model diversity in two ways: (1) by random initialisation of the models’ weights (before training) to different values; and (2) by bootstrap sampling of the training data for each model. That is, each model in the ensemble is trained on a random subset of the training examples, sampled with replacement from the original training data.

See also

Examples using ensembles.

Related functionality: Ensemble for only random initialisation.

fit(generator, train_data, train_targets, steps_per_epoch=None, epochs=1, verbose=1, validation_data=None, validation_steps=None, class_weight=None, max_queue_size=10, workers=1, use_multiprocessing=False, shuffle=True, initial_epoch=0, bag_size=None, use_early_stopping=False, early_stopping_monitor='val_loss')[source]

This method trains the ensemble on the data given in train_data and train_targets. If validation data are also given, then the training metrics are evaluated on these data and results printed on screen if verbose level is greater than 0.

The method trains each model in the ensemble in series for the number of epochs specified. Training can also stop early with the best model as evaluated on the validation data, if use_early_stopping is enabled.

Each model in the ensemble is trained using a bootstrapped sample of the data (the train data are re-sampled with replacement.) The number of bootstrap samples can be specified via the bag_size parameter; by default, the number of bootstrap samples equals the number of training points.

For detail descriptions of Keras-specific parameters consult the Keras documentation at https://keras.io/models/sequential/

Parameters
  • generator – The generator object for training data. It should be one of type GraphSAGENodeGenerator, HinSAGENodeGenerator, FullBatchNodeGenerator, GraphSAGELinkGenerator, or HinSAGELinkGenerator.

  • train_data (iterable) – It is an iterable, e.g. list, that specifies the data to train the model with.

  • train_targets (iterable) – It is an iterable, e.g. list, that specifies the target values for the train data.

  • steps_per_epoch (None or int) – (Keras-specific parameter) If not None, it specifies the number of steps to yield from the generator before declaring one epoch finished and starting a new epoch.

  • epochs (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The number of training epochs.

  • verbose (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The verbosity mode that should be 0 , 1, or 2 meaning silent, progress bar, and one line per epoch respectively.

  • validation_data – A generator for validation data that is optional (None). If not None then, it should be one of type GraphSAGENodeGenerator, HinSAGENodeGenerator, FullBatchNodeGenerator, GraphSAGELinkGenerator, or HinSAGELinkGenerator.

  • validation_steps (None or int) – (Keras-specific parameter) If validation_generator is not None, then it specifies the number of steps to yield from the generator before stopping at the end of every epoch.

  • class_weight (None or dict) – (Keras-specific parameter) If not None, it should be a dictionary mapping class indices (integers) to a weight (float) value, used for weighting the loss function (during training only). This can be useful to tell the model to “pay more attention” to samples from an under-represented class.

  • max_queue_size (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum size for the generator queue.

  • workers (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum number of workers to use.

  • use_multiprocessing (bool) – (Keras-specific parameter) If True then use process based threading.

  • shuffle (bool) – (Keras-specific parameter) If True, then it shuffles the order of batches at the beginning of each training epoch.

  • initial_epoch (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) Epoch at which to start training (useful for resuming a previous training run).

  • bag_size (None or int) – The number of samples in a bootstrap sample. If None and bagging is used, then the number of samples is equal to the number of training points.

  • use_early_stopping (bool) – If set to True, then early stopping is used when training each model in the ensemble. The default is False.

  • early_stopping_monitor (str) – The quantity to monitor for early stopping, e.g., ‘val_loss’, ‘val_weighted_acc’. It should be a valid Keras metric.

Returns

It returns a list of Keras History objects each corresponding to one trained model in the ensemble.

Return type

list

fit_generator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Deprecated: use fit().

class stellargraph.ensemble.Ensemble(model, n_estimators=3, n_predictions=3)[source]

The Ensemble class can be used to create ensembles of stellargraph’s graph neural network algorithms including GCN, GraphSAGE, GAT, and HinSAGE. Ensembles can be used for training classification and regression problems for node attribute inference and link prediction.

The Ensemble class can be used to create Naive ensembles.

Naive ensembles add model diversity by random initialisation of the models’ weights (before training) to different values. Each model in the ensemble is trained on the same training set of examples.

See also

Example using ensembles: node classification.

Related functionality: BaggingEnsemble for bootstrap sampling while training, in addition to random initialisation.

compile(optimizer, loss=None, metrics=None, loss_weights=None, sample_weight_mode=None, weighted_metrics=None)[source]

Method for configuring the model for training. It is a wrapper of the keras.models.Model.compile method for all models in the ensemble.

For detailed descriptions of Keras-specific parameters consult the Keras documentation at https://keras.io/models/sequential/

Parameters
  • optimizer (Keras optimizer or str) – (Keras-specific parameter) The optimizer to use given either as an instance of a Keras optimizer or a string naming the optimiser of choice.

  • loss (Keras function or str) – (Keras-specific parameter) The loss function or string indicating the type of loss to use.

  • metrics (list or dict) – (Keras-specific parameter) List of metrics to be evaluated by each model in the ensemble during training and testing. It should be a list for a model with a single output. To specify different metrics for different outputs of a multi-output model, you could also pass a dictionary.

  • loss_weights (None or list) – (Keras-specific parameter) Optional list or dictionary specifying scalar coefficients (Python floats) to weight the loss contributions of different model outputs. The loss value that will be minimized by the model will then be the weighted sum of all individual losses, weighted by the loss_weights coefficients. If a list, it is expected to have a 1:1 mapping to the model’s outputs. If a tensor, it is expected to map output names (strings) to scalar coefficients.

  • sample_weight_mode (None, str, list, or dict) – (Keras-specific parameter) If you need to do timestep-wise sample weighting (2D weights), set this to “temporal”. None defaults to sample-wise weights (1D). If the model has multiple outputs, you can use a different sample_weight_mode on each output by passing a dictionary or a list of modes.

  • weighted_metrics (list) – (Keras-specific parameter) List of metrics to be evaluated and weighted by sample_weight or class_weight during training and testing.

evaluate(generator, test_data=None, test_targets=None, max_queue_size=10, workers=1, use_multiprocessing=False, verbose=0)[source]

Evaluates the ensemble on a data (node or link) generator. It makes n_predictions for each data point for each of the n_estimators and returns the mean and standard deviation of the predictions.

For detailed descriptions of Keras-specific parameters consult the Keras documentation at https://keras.io/models/sequential/

Parameters
  • generator – The generator object that, if test_data is not None, should be one of type GraphSAGENodeGenerator, HinSAGENodeGenerator, FullBatchNodeGenerator, GraphSAGELinkGenerator, or HinSAGELinkGenerator. However, if test_data is None, then generator should be one of type NodeSequence, LinkSequence, or FullBatchSequence.

  • test_data (None or iterable) – If not None, then it is an iterable, e.g. list, that specifies the node IDs to evaluate the model on.

  • test_targets (None or iterable) – If not None, then it is an iterable, e.g. list, that specifies the target values for the test_data.

  • max_queue_size (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum size for the generator queue.

  • workers (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum number of workers to use.

  • use_multiprocessing (bool) – (Keras-specific parameter) If True then use process based threading.

  • verbose (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The verbosity mode that should be 0 or 1 with the former turning verbosity off and the latter on.

Returns

The mean and standard deviation of the model metrics for the given data.

Return type

tuple

evaluate_generator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Deprecated: use evaluate().

fit(generator, steps_per_epoch=None, epochs=1, verbose=1, validation_data=None, validation_steps=None, class_weight=None, max_queue_size=10, workers=1, use_multiprocessing=False, shuffle=True, initial_epoch=0, use_early_stopping=False, early_stopping_monitor='val_loss')[source]

This method trains the ensemble on the data specified by the generator. If validation data are given, then the training metrics are evaluated on these data and results printed on screen if verbose level is greater than 0.

The method trains each model in the ensemble in series for the number of epochs specified. Training can also stop early with the best model as evaluated on the validation data, if use_early_stopping is set to True.

For detail descriptions of Keras-specific parameters consult the Keras documentation at https://keras.io/models/sequential/

Parameters
  • generator – The generator object for training data. It should be one of type NodeSequence, LinkSequence, SparseFullBatchSequence, or FullBatchSequence.

  • steps_per_epoch (None or int) – (Keras-specific parameter) If not None, it specifies the number of steps to yield from the generator before declaring one epoch finished and starting a new epoch.

  • epochs (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The number of training epochs.

  • verbose (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The verbosity mode that should be 0 , 1, or 2 meaning silent, progress bar, and one line per epoch respectively.

  • validation_data – A generator for validation data that is optional (None). If not None then, it should be one of type NodeSequence, LinkSequence, SparseFullBatchSequence, or FullBatchSequence.

  • validation_steps (None or int) – (Keras-specific parameter) If validation_generator is not None, then it specifies the number of steps to yield from the generator before stopping at the end of every epoch.

  • class_weight (None or dict) – (Keras-specific parameter) If not None, it should be a dictionary mapping class indices (integers) to a weight (float) value, used for weighting the loss function (during training only). This can be useful to tell the model to “pay more attention” to samples from an under-represented class.

  • max_queue_size (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum size for the generator queue.

  • workers (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum number of workers to use.

  • use_multiprocessing (bool) – (Keras-specific parameter) If True then use process based threading.

  • shuffle (bool) – (Keras-specific parameter) If True, then it shuffles the order of batches at the beginning of each training epoch.

  • initial_epoch (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) Epoch at which to start training (useful for resuming a previous training run).

  • use_early_stopping (bool) – If set to True, then early stopping is used when training each model in the ensemble. The default is False.

  • early_stopping_monitor (str) – The quantity to monitor for early stopping, e.g., ‘val_loss’, ‘val_weighted_acc’. It should be a valid Keras metric.

Returns

It returns a list of Keras History objects each corresponding to one trained model in the ensemble.

Return type

list

fit_generator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Deprecated: use fit().

layers(indx=None)[source]

This method returns the layer objects for the model specified by the value of indx.

Parameters

indx (None or int) – The index (starting at 0) of the model to return the layers for. If it is None, then the layers for the 0-th (or first) model are returned.

Returns

The layers for the specified model.

Return type

list

predict(generator, predict_data=None, summarise=False, output_layer=None, max_queue_size=10, workers=1, use_multiprocessing=False, verbose=0)[source]

This method generates predictions for the data produced by the given generator or alternatively the data given in parameter predict_data.

For detailed descriptions of Keras-specific parameters consult the Keras documentation at https://keras.io/models/sequential/

Parameters
  • generator – The generator object that, if predict_data is None, should be one of type GraphSAGENodeGenerator, HinSAGENodeGenerator, FullBatchNodeGenerator, GraphSAGELinkGenerator, or HinSAGELinkGenerator. However, if predict_data is not None, then generator should be one of type NodeSequence, LinkSequence, SparseFullBatchSequence, or FullBatchSequence.

  • predict_data (None or iterable) – If not None, then it is an iterable, e.g. list, that specifies the node IDs to make predictions for. If generator is of type FullBatchNodeGenerator then predict_data should be all the nodes in the graph since full batch approaches such as GCN and GAT can only be used to make predictions for all graph nodes.

  • summarise (bool) – If True, then the mean of the predictions over self.n_estimators and self.n_predictions are returned for each query point. If False, then all predictions are returned.

  • output_layer (None or int) – If not None, then the predictions are the outputs of the layer specified. The default is the model’s output layer.

  • max_queue_size (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum size for the generator queue.

  • workers (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The maximum number of workers to use.

  • use_multiprocessing (bool) – (Keras-specific parameter) If True then use process based threading.

  • verbose (int) – (Keras-specific parameter) The verbosity mode that should be 0 or 1 with the former turning verbosity off and the latter on.

Returns

The predictions. It will have shape M × K × N × F if summarise is set to False, or N × F otherwise. M is the number of estimators in the ensemble; K is the number of predictions per query point; N is the number of query points; and F is the output dimensionality of the specified layer determined by the shape of the output layer.

Return type

numpy array

predict_generator(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Deprecated: use predict().

Calibration

Calibration for classification, binary and multi-class, models.

class stellargraph.calibration.IsotonicCalibration[source]

A class for applying Isotonic Calibration to the outputs of a binary or multi-class classifier.

fit(x_train, y_train)[source]

Train a calibration model using the provided data.

Parameters
  • x_train (numpy array) – The training data that should be the classifier’s probabilistic outputs. It should have shape N × C where N is the number of training samples and C is the number of classes.

  • y_train (numpy array) – The training class labels. For binary problems y_train has shape (N,) when N is the number of samples. For multi-class classification, y_train has shape (N,C) where C is the number of classes and y_train is using one-hot encoding.

predict(x)[source]

This method calibrates the given data assumed the output of a classification model.

For multi-class classification, the probabilities for each class are first scaled using the corresponding isotonic regression model and then normalized to sum to 1.

Parameters

x (numpy array) – The values to calibrate. For binary classification problems it should have shape (N,) where N is the number of samples to calibrate. For multi-class classification problems, it should have shape (N, C) where C is the number of classes.

Returns

The calibrated probabilities. It has shape (N, C) where N is the number of samples and C is the number of classes.

Return type

numpy array

class stellargraph.calibration.TemperatureCalibration(epochs=1000)[source]

A class for temperature calibration for binary and multi-class classification problems.

For binary classification, Platt Scaling is used for calibration. Platt Scaling was proposed in the paper Probabilistic outputs for support vector machines and comparisons to regularized likelihood methods, J. C. Platt, Advances in large margin classifiers, 10(3): 61-74, 1999.

For multi-class classification, Temperature Calibration is used. It is an extension of Platt Scaling and it was proposed in the paper On Calibration of Modern Neural Networks, C. Guo et. al., ICML, 2017.

In Temperature Calibration, a classifier’s non-probabilistic outputs, i.e., logits, are scaled by a trainable parameter called Temperature. The softmax is applied to the rescaled logits to calculate the probabilistic output. As noted in the cited paper, Temperature Scaling does not change the maximum of the softmax function so the classifier’s prediction remain the same.

fit(x_train, y_train, x_val=None, y_val=None)[source]

Train the calibration model.

For temperature scaling of a multi-class classifier, If validation data is given, then training stops when the validation accuracy starts increasing. Validation data are ignored for Platt scaling

Parameters
  • x_train (numpy array) – The training data that should be a classifier’s non-probabilistic outputs. For calibrating a binary classifier it should have shape (N,) where N is the number of training samples. For calibrating a multi-class classifier, it should have shape (N, C) where N is the number of samples and C is the number of classes.

  • y_train (numpy array) – The training data class labels. For calibrating a binary classifier it should have shape (N,) where N is the number of training samples. For calibrating a multi-class classifier, it should have shape (N, C) where N is the number of samples and C is the number of classes and the class labels are one-hot encoded.

  • x_val (numpy array or None) – The validation data used only for calibrating multi-class classification models. It should have shape (M, C) where M is the number of validation samples and C is the number of classes and the class labels are one-hot encoded. that should be the classifier’s non-probabilistic outputs.

  • y_val (numpy array or None) – The validation data class labels used only for calibrating multi-class classification models. It should have shape (M, C) where M is the number of validation samples and C is the number of classes and the class labels are one-hot encoded.

plot_training_history()[source]

Helper function for plotting the training history.

predict(x)[source]

This method calibrates the given data using the learned temperature. It scales each logit by the temperature, exponentiates the results, and finally normalizes the scaled values such that their sum is 1.

Parameters

x (numpy.ndarray) – The logits. For binary classification problems, it should have dimensionality (N,) where N is the number of samples to calibrate. For multi-class problems, it should have dimensionality (N, C) where C is the number of classes.

Returns

The calibrated probabilities.

Return type

numpy array

stellargraph.calibration.expected_calibration_error(prediction_probabilities, accuracy, confidence)[source]

Helper function for calculating the expected calibration error as defined in the paper On Calibration of Modern Neural Networks, C. Guo, et. al., ICML, 2017

It is assumed that for a validation dataset, the prediction probabilities have been calculated for each point in the dataset and given in the array prediction_probabilities.

Parameters
  • prediction_probabilities (numpy array) – The predicted probabilities.

  • accuracy (numpy array) – The accuracy such that the i-th entry in the array holds the proportion of correctly classified samples that fall in the i-th bin.

  • confidence (numpy array) – The confidence such that the i-th entry in the array is the average prediction probability over all the samples assigned to this bin.

Returns

The expected calibration error.

Return type

float

stellargraph.calibration.plot_reliability_diagram(calibration_data, predictions, ece=None, filename=None)[source]

Helper function for plotting a reliability diagram.

Parameters
  • calibration_data (list) – The calibration data as a list where each entry in the list is a 2-tuple of type numpy.ndarray. Each entry in the tuple holds the fraction of positives and the mean predicted values for the true and predicted class labels.

  • predictions (np.ndarray) – The probabilistic predictions of the classifier for each sample in the dataset used for diagnosing miscalibration.

  • ece (None or list of float) – If not None, this list stores the expected calibration error for each class.

  • filename (str or None) – If not None, the figure is saved on disk in the given filename.

Neo4j Connector

The Neo4J connector package contains classes and functions to support sampling from Neo4J databases.

class stellargraph.connector.neo4j.Neo4jDirectedBreadthFirstNeighbors(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

Neo4jDirectedBreadthFirstNeighbors is experimental: the class is not fully tested. It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

Breadth First Walk that generates a sampled number of paths from a starting node. It can be used to extract a random sub-graph starting from a set of initial nodes from Neo4j database.

run(nodes=None, n=1, in_size=None, out_size=None)[source]

Send queries to Neo4j databases and collect sampled breadth-first walks starting from the root nodes.

Parameters
  • nodes (list of hashable) – A list of root node ids such that from each node n BFWs will be generated up to the given depth d.

  • n (int) – Number of walks per node id.

  • in_size (list of int) – The number of in-directed nodes to sample with replacement at each depth of the walk.

  • out_size (list of int) – The number of out-directed nodes to sample with replacement at each depth of the walk.

Returns

A list of multi-hop neighbourhood samples. Each sample expresses a collection of nodes, which could be either in-neighbors, or out-neighbors of the previous hops. Result has the format: [[head1, head2, …], [in1_head1, in2_head1, …, in1_head2, in2_head2, …], [out1_head1, out2_head1, …, out1_head2, out2_head2, …], [in1_in1_head1, in2_in1_head1, …, in1_in2_head1, …], [out1_in1_head1, out2_in1_head1, …, out1_in2_head1, …], [in1_out1_head1, in2_out1_head1, …, in1_out2_head1, …], [out1_out1_head1, out2_out1_head1, …, out1_out2_head1, …], … ]

class stellargraph.connector.neo4j.Neo4jDirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

Neo4jDirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator is experimental: the class is not fully tested. It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

A data generator for node prediction with homogeneous GraphSAGE models on directed graphs.

At minimum, supply the StellarDiGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples (separately for in-nodes and out-nodes) for each layer of the GraphSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a StellarDiGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = DirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator(G, 50, [10,5], [5,1])
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(train_node_ids, train_node_labels)
test_data_gen = G_generator.flow(test_node_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: DirectedGraphSAGE.

Example using this generator: node classification.

Related functionality: DirectedGraphSAGENodeGenerator for using DirectedGraphSAGE without Neo4j.

Parameters
  • graph (Neo4jStellarDiGraph) – Neo4jStellarGraph object

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch to return.

  • in_samples (list) – The number of in-node samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • out_samples (list) – The number of out-node samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • name (string, optional) – Optional name for the generator

sample_features(head_nodes, batch_num)[source]

Collect the features of the sampled nodes from Neo4j, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_nodes – An iterable of head nodes to perform sampling on.

  • batch_num – Ignored, because this is not reproducible.

Returns

(len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the total number (cumulative product) of nodes sampled at the given number of hops from each head node, given the sequence of in/out directions.

Return type

A list of feature tensors from the sampled nodes at each layer, each of shape

class stellargraph.connector.neo4j.Neo4jGraphSAGENodeGenerator(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

Neo4jGraphSAGENodeGenerator is experimental: the class is not fully tested. It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

A data generator for node prediction with Homogeneous GraphSAGE models

At minimum, supply the Neo4jStellarGraph, the batch size, and the number of node samples for each layer of the GraphSAGE model.

The supplied graph should be a Neo4jStellarGraph object with node features.

Use the flow() method supplying the nodes and (optionally) targets to get an object that can be used as a Keras data generator.

Example:

G_generator = GraphSAGENodeGenerator(G, 50, [10,10])
train_data_gen = G_generator.flow(train_node_ids, train_node_labels)
test_data_gen = G_generator.flow(test_node_ids)

See also

Model using this generator: GraphSAGE.

Example using this generator: node classification.

Related functionality: GraphSAGENodeGenerator for using GraphSAGE without Neo4j.

Parameters
  • graph (Neo4jStellarGraph) – Neo4jStellarGraph object

  • batch_size (int) – Size of batch to return.

  • num_samples (list) – The number of samples per layer (hop) to take.

  • name (int, optional) – Optional name for the generator.

sample_features(head_nodes, batch_num)[source]

Collect the features of the nodes sampled from Neo4j, and return these as a list of feature arrays for the GraphSAGE algorithm.

Parameters
  • head_nodes – An iterable of head nodes to perform sampling on.

  • batch_num – Ignored, because this is not reproducible.

Returns

A list of the same length as num_samples of collected features from the sampled nodes of shape: (len(head_nodes), num_sampled_at_layer, feature_size) where num_sampled_at_layer is the cumulative product of num_samples for that layer.

class stellargraph.connector.neo4j.Neo4jSampledBreadthFirstWalk(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

Neo4jSampledBreadthFirstWalk is experimental: the class is not fully tested. It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

Breadth First Walk that generates a sampled number of paths from a starting node. It can be used to extract a random sub-graph starting from a set of initial nodes from Neo4j database.

run(nodes=None, n=1, n_size=None)[source]

Send queries to Neo4j graph databases and collect sampled breadth-first walks starting from the root nodes.

Parameters
  • nodes (list of hashable) – A list of root node ids such that from each node n BFWs will be generated up to the given depth d.

  • n_size (list of int) – The number of neighbouring nodes to expand at each depth of the walk. Sampling of neighbours with replacement is always used regardless of the node degree and number of neighbours requested.

  • n (int) – Number of walks per node id.

  • seed (int, optional) – Random number generator seed; default is None

Returns

A list of lists, each list is a sequence of sampled node ids at a certain hop.

class stellargraph.connector.neo4j.Neo4jStellarDiGraph(graph_db, node_label=None, id_property='ID', features_property='features')[source]
class stellargraph.connector.neo4j.Neo4jStellarGraph(**kwargs)[source]

Warning

Neo4jStellarGraph is experimental: the class is not tested (see: #1578). It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

Neo4jStellarGraph class for graph machine learning on graphs stored in a Neo4j database.

This class communicates with Neo4j via a py2neo.Graph connected to the graph database of interest and contains functions to query the graph data necessary for machine learning.

Parameters
  • graph_db (py2neo.Graph) – a py2neo.Graph connected to a Neo4j graph database.

  • node_label (str, optional) – Common label for all nodes in the graph, if such label exists. Providing this is useful if there are any indexes created on this label (e.g. on node IDs), as it will improve performance of queries.

  • id_property (str, optional) – Name of Neo4j property to use as ID.

  • features_property (str, optional) – Name of Neo4j property to use as features.

  • is_directed (bool, optional) – If True, the data represents a directed multigraph, otherwise an undirected multigraph.

cache_all_nodes_in_memory(dtype='float32')[source]

Load all node IDs and features into memory from Neo4j so that subsequent method calls that access node features can use the cached data instead of querying the database.

This method should be avoided for larger graphs.

Parameters

dtype (str, optional) – Data type of features

check_graph_for_ml(expensive_check=False)[source]

Checks if all properties required for machine learning training/inference are set up. An error will be raised if the graph is not correctly setup.

clusters(method='louvain')[source]

Performs community detection to cluster the graph.

Parameters

method (str, optional) – specifies the algorithm to use, can be one of: louvain, labelPropagation.

Returns

A list of lists, where each inner list corresponds to a cluster and

contains the node ids of the nodes in that cluster.

node_feature_sizes()[source]

Get the feature sizes for the node types in the graph.

This method obtains the feature size by sampling a random node from the graph. Currently this class only supports a single default node type, and makes the following assumptions:

  • all nodes have features as a single list

  • all nodes’ features have the same size

  • there’s no mutations that change the size(s)

Returns

A dictionary of node type and integer feature size.

node_features(nodes)[source]

Get the numeric feature vectors for the specified nodes or node type.

Parameters

nodes (list or hashable, optional) – Node ID or list of node IDs.

Returns

Numpy array containing the node features for the requested nodes.

nodes()[source]

Obtains the collection of nodes in the graph.

Returns

The node IDs of all the nodes in the graph.

to_adjacency_matrix(node_ids, weighted=False)[source]

Obtains a SciPy sparse adjacency matrix for the subgraph containing the nodes specified in node_ids.

Parameters
  • nodes (list) – The collection of nodes comprising the subgraph. The adjacency matrix is computed for this subgraph.

  • weighted (bool, optional) – Must be false, at the moment.

Returns

The weighted adjacency matrix.

unique_node_type(error_message=None)[source]

Return the unique node type, for a homogeneous-node graph.

Parameters

error_message (str, optional) – a custom message to use for the exception; this can use the %(found)s placeholder to insert the real sequence of node types.

Returns

If this graph has only one node type, this returns that node type, otherwise it raises a ValueError exception.

Loss functions

class stellargraph.losses.SelfAdversarialNegativeSampling(temperature=1.0, name='self_adversarial_negative_sampling')[source]

Computes the self-adversarial binary cross entropy for negative sampling, from [1].

[1] Z. Sun, Z.-H. Deng, J.-Y. Nie, and J. Tang, “RotatE: Knowledge Graph Embedding by Relational Rotation in Complex Space,” arXiv:1902.10197

Parameters

temperature (float, optional) – a scaling factor for the weighting of negative samples

call(labels, logit_scores)[source]
Parameters
  • labels – tensor of integer labels for each row, either 1 for a true sample, or any value <= 0 for negative samples. Negative samples with identical labels are combined for the softmax normalisation.

  • logit_scores – tensor of scores for each row in logits

stellargraph.losses.graph_log_likelihood(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Warning

graph_log_likelihood is experimental: lack of unit tests (see: #804). It may be difficult to use and may have major changes at any time.

Computes the graph log likelihood loss function as in https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.09599.

This is different to most Keras loss functions in that it doesn’t directly compare predicted values to expected values. It uses wys_output which contains the dot products of embeddings and expected random walks, and part of the adjacency matrix batch_adj to calculate how well the node embeddings capture the graph structure in some sense.

Parameters
  • batch_adj – tensor with shape batch_rows x 1 x num_nodes containing rows of the adjacency matrix

  • wys_output – tensor with shape batch_rows x 2 x num_nodes containing the embedding outer product scores with shape batch_rows x 1 x num_nodes and attentive expected random walk with shape batch_rows x 1, num_nodes concatenated.

Returns

the graph log likelihood loss for the batch

Utilities

This contains the utility objects used by the StellarGraph library.

stellargraph.utils.plot_history(history, individual_figsize=7, 4, return_figure=False, **kwargs)[source]

Plot the training history of one or more models.

This creates a column of plots, with one plot for each metric recorded during training, with the plot showing the metric vs. epoch. If multiple models have been trained (that is, a list of histories is passed in), each metric plot includes multiple train and validation series.

Validation data is optional (it is detected by metrics with names starting with val_).

Parameters
  • history – the training history, as returned by tf.keras.Model.fit()

  • individual_figsize (tuple of numbers) – the size of the plot for each metric

  • return_figure (bool) – if True, then the figure object with the plots is returned, None otherwise.

  • kwargs – additional arguments to pass to matplotlib.pyplot.subplots()

Returns

The figure object with the plots if return_figure=True, None otherwise

Return type

matplotlib.figure.Figure

stellargraph.utils.hyperbolic.poincare_ball_distance(c, x, y)[source]

Distance between x and y, on the Poincaré ball with curvature -c: \(d_c(\mathbf{x}, \mathbf{y})\).

See Section 2 of [1] for more details.

[1] O.-E. Ganea, G. Bécigneul, and T. Hofmann, “Hyperbolic Neural Networks,” arXiv:1805.09112, Jun. 2018.

Parameters
  • c (tensorflow Tensor-like) – the curvature of the hyperbolic space(s). Must be able to be broadcast to x and y.

  • x (tensorflow Tensor-like) – a tensor containing vectors in hyperbolic space, where each vector is an element of the last axis (for example, if x has shape (2, 3, 4), it represents 2 * 3 = 6 hyperbolic vectors, each of length 4). Must be able to be broadcast to y.

  • y (tensorflow Tensor-like) – a tensor containing vectors in hyperbolic space, where each vector is an element of the last axis similar to x. Must be able to be broadcast to x.

Returns

A TensorFlow Tensor containing the hyperbolic distance between each of the vectors (last axis) in x and y, using the corresponding curvature from c. This tensor has the same shape as the Euclidean equivalent tf.norm(x - y).

stellargraph.utils.hyperbolic.poincare_ball_exp(c, x, v)[source]

The exponential map of v at x on the Poincaré ball with curvature -c: \(\exp_{\mathbf{x}}^c(\mathbf{v})\).

See Section 2 of [1] for more details.

[1] O.-E. Ganea, G. Bécigneul, and T. Hofmann, “Hyperbolic Neural Networks,” arXiv:1805.09112, Jun. 2018.

Parameters
  • c (tensorflow Tensor-like) – the curvature of the hyperbolic space(s). Must be able to be broadcast to x and v.

  • x (tensorflow Tensor-like, optional) – a tensor containing vectors in hyperbolic space representing the base points for the exponential map, where each vector is an element of the last axis (for example, if x has shape (2, 3, 4), it represents 2 * 3 = 6 hyperbolic vectors, each of length 4). Must be able to be broadcast to v. An explicit x = None is equivalent to x being all zeros, but uses a more efficient form of \(\exp_{\mathbf{0}}^c(\mathbf{v})\).

  • v (tensorflow Tensor-like) – a tensor containing vectors in Euclidean space representing the tangent vectors for the exponential map, where each vector is an element of the last axis similar to x. Must be able to be broadcast to x.

stellargraph.utils.hyperbolic.poincare_ball_mobius_add(c, x, y)[source]

Möbius addition of x and y, on the Poincaré ball with curvature -c: \(\mathbf{x} \oplus^c \mathbf{y}\).

See Section 2 of [1] for more details.

[1] O.-E. Ganea, G. Bécigneul, and T. Hofmann, “Hyperbolic Neural Networks,” arXiv:1805.09112, Jun. 2018.

Parameters
  • c (tensorflow Tensor-like) – the curvature of the hyperbolic space(s). Must be able to be broadcast to x and y.

  • x (tensorflow Tensor-like) – a tensor containing vectors in hyperbolic space, where each vector is an element of the last axis (for example, if x has shape (2, 3, 4), it represents 2 * 3 = 6 hyperbolic vectors, each of length 4). Must be able to be broadcast to y.

  • y (tensorflow Tensor-like) – a tensor containing vectors in hyperbolic space, where each vector is an element of the last axis similar to x. Must be able to be broadcast to x.

Returns

A TensorFlow Tensor containing the Möbius addition of each of the vectors (last axis) in x and y, using the corresponding curvature from c. This tensor has the same shape as the Euclidean equivalent x + y.

Datasets

The datasets package contains classes to download sample datasets

class stellargraph.datasets.AIFB[source]

The AIFB dataset describes the AIFB research institute in terms of its staff, research group, and publications. First used for machine learning with RDF in Bloehdorn, Stephan and Sure, York, “Kernel Methods for Mining Instance Data in Ontologies”, The Semantic Web (2008), http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-76298-0_5. It contains ~8k entities, ~29k edges, and 45 different relationships or edge types. In (Bloehdorn et al 2007) the dataset was first used to predict the affiliation (i.e., research group) for people in the dataset. The dataset contains 178 members of a research group with 5 different research groups. The goal is to predict which research group a researcher belongs to.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://figshare.com/articles/AIFB_DataSet/745364

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Loads the dataset into a directed heterogeneous graph.

The nodes features are the node’s position after being one-hot encoded; for example, the first node has features [1, 0, 0, ...], the second has [0, 1, 0, ...].

This requires the rdflib library to be installed.

Returns

A tuple where the first element is a graph containing all edges except for those with type affiliation and employs (the inverse of affiliation), and the second element is a DataFrame containing the one-hot encoded affiliation of the 178 nodes that have an affiliation.

class stellargraph.datasets.BlogCatalog3[source]

This dataset is crawled from a social blog directory website BlogCatalog http://www.blogcatalog.com and contains the friendship network crawled and group memberships.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://figshare.com/articles/BlogCatalog_dataset/11923611

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this dataset into an undirected heterogeneous graph, downloading it if required.

The graph has two types of nodes, ‘user’ and ‘group’, and two types of edges, ‘friend’ and ‘belongs’. The ‘friend’ edges connect two ‘user’ nodes and the ‘belongs’ edges connects ‘user’ and ‘group’ nodes.

The node and edge types are not included in the dataset that is a collection of node and group ids along with the list of edges in the graph.

Important note about the node IDs: The dataset uses integers for node ids. However, the integers from 1 to 39 are used as IDs for both users and groups. This would cause a confusion when constructing the graph object. As a result, we convert all IDs to string and append the character ‘u’ to the integer ID for user nodes and the character ‘g’ to the integer ID for group nodes.

Returns

A StellarGraph object.

class stellargraph.datasets.CiteSeer[source]

The CiteSeer dataset consists of 3312 scientific publications classified into one of six classes. The citation network consists of 4732 links, although 17 of these have a source or target publication that isn’t in the dataset and only 4715 are included in the graph. Each publication in the dataset is described by a 0/1-valued word vector indicating the absence/presence of the corresponding word from the dictionary. The dictionary consists of 3703 unique words.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://linqs.soe.ucsc.edu/data

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load(largest_connected_component_only=False)[source]

Load this dataset into an undirected homogeneous graph, downloading it if required.

The node feature vectors are included.

Parameters

largest_connected_component_only (bool) – if True, returns only the largest connected component, not the whole graph.

Returns

A tuple where the first element is the StellarGraph object with the nodes, node feature vectors and edges, and the second element is a pandas Series of the node subject class labels.

class stellargraph.datasets.Cora[source]

The Cora dataset consists of 2708 scientific publications classified into one of seven classes. The citation network consists of 5429 links. Each publication in the dataset is described by a 0/1-valued word vector indicating the absence/presence of the corresponding word from the dictionary. The dictionary consists of 1433 unique words.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://linqs.soe.ucsc.edu/data

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load(directed=False, largest_connected_component_only=False, subject_as_feature=False, edge_weights=None, str_node_ids=False)[source]

Load this dataset into a homogeneous graph that is directed or undirected, downloading it if required.

The node feature vectors are included, and the edges are treated as directed or undirected depending on the directed parameter.

Parameters
  • directed (bool) – if True, return a directed graph, otherwise return an undirected one.

  • largest_connected_component_only (bool) – if True, returns only the largest connected component, not the whole graph.

  • edge_weights (callable, optional) – a function that accepts three parameters: an unweighted StellarGraph containing node features, a Pandas Series of the node labels, a Pandas DataFrame of the edges (with source and target columns). It should return a sequence of numbers (e.g. a 1D NumPy array) of edge weights for each edge in the DataFrame.

  • str_node_ids (bool) – if True, load the node IDs as strings, rather than integers.

  • subject_as_feature (bool) – if True, the subject for each paper (node) is included in the node features, one-hot encoded (the subjects are still also returned as a Series).

Returns

A tuple where the first element is the StellarGraph object (or StellarDiGraph, if directed == True) with the nodes, node feature vectors and edges, and the second element is a pandas Series of the node subject class labels.

class stellargraph.datasets.FB15k[source]

This FREEBASE FB15k DATA consists of a collection of triplets (synset, relation_type, triplet)extracted from Freebase (http://www.freebase.com). There are 14,951 nodes and 1,345 relation types among them. The training set contains 483142 triplets, the validation set 50000 and the test set 59071. Antoine Bordes, Nicolas Usunier, Alberto Garcia-Durán, Jason Weston and Oksana Yakhnenko “Translating Embeddings for Modeling Multi-relational Data” (2013).

Note: this dataset contains many inverse relations, and so should only be used to compare against published results. Prefer FB15k_237. See: Kristina Toutanova and Danqi Chen “Observed versus latent features for knowledge base and text inference” (2015), and Dettmers, Tim, Pasquale Minervini, Pontus Stenetorp and Sebastian Riedel “Convolutional 2D Knowledge Graph Embeddings” (2017).

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://everest.hds.utc.fr/doku.php?id=en:transe

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this data into a directed heterogeneous graph.

Returns

A tuple (graph, train, test, validation) where graph is a StellarDiGraph containing all the data, and the remaining three elements are DataFrames of triplets, with columns source & target (synsets) and label (the relation type). The three DataFrames together make up the edges included in graph.

class stellargraph.datasets.FB15k_237[source]

This FREEBASE FB15k DATA consists of a collection of triplets (synset, relation_type, triplet)extracted from Freebase (http://www.freebase.com). There are 14541 nodes and 237 relation types among them. The training set contains 272115 triplets, the validation set 17535 and the test set 20466.It is a reduced version of FB15k where inverse relations have been removed.Kristina Toutanova and Danqi Chen “Observed versus latent features for knowledge base and text inference” (2015).

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://github.com/TimDettmers/ConvE

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this data into a directed heterogeneous graph.

Returns

A tuple (graph, train, test, validation) where graph is a StellarDiGraph containing all the data, and the remaining three elements are DataFrames of triplets, with columns source & target (synsets) and label (the relation type). The three DataFrames together make up the edges included in graph.

class stellargraph.datasets.IAEnronEmployees[source]

A dataset of edges that represent emails sent from one employee to another.There are 50572 edges, and each of them contains timestamp information. Edges refer to 151 unique node IDs in total.Ryan A. Rossi and Nesreen K. Ahmed “The Network Data Repository with Interactive Graph Analytics and Visualization” (2015)

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: http://networkrepository.com/ia-enron-employees.php

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this data into a set of nodes and edges

Returns

A tuple (graph, edges)

graph is a StellarGraph containing all the data. Timestamp information on edges are encoded as edge weights.

edges are the original edges from the dataset which are sorted in ascending order of time - these can be used to create train/test splits based on time values.

Node IDs in the returned data structures are all converted to strings to allow for compatibility with with gensim’s Word2Vec model.

class stellargraph.datasets.MUTAG[source]

Each graph represents a chemical compound and graph labels represent ‘their mutagenic effect on a specific gram negative bacterium.’The dataset includes 188 graphs with 18 nodes and 20 edges on average for each graph. Graph nodes have 7 labels and each graph is labelled as belonging to 1 of 2 classes.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://ls11-www.cs.tu-dortmund.de/staff/morris/graphkerneldatasets

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this dataset into a list of StellarGraph objects with corresponding labels, downloading it if required.

Note: Edges in MUTAG are labelled as one of 4 values: aromatic, single, double, and triple indicated by integers 0, 1, 2, 3 respectively. The edge labels are included in the StellarGraph objects as edge weights in integer representation.

Returns

A tuple that is a list of StellarGraph objects and a Pandas Series of labels one for each graph.

class stellargraph.datasets.MovieLens[source]

The MovieLens 100K dataset contains 100,000 ratings from 943 users on 1682 movies.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://grouplens.org/datasets/movielens/100k/

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this dataset into an undirected heterogeneous graph, downloading it if required.

The graph has two types of nodes (user and movie) and one type of edge (rating).

The dataset includes some node features on both users and movies: on users, they consist of categorical features (gender and job) which are one-hot encoded into binary features, and an age feature that is scaled to have mean = 0 and standard deviation = 1.

Returns

A tuple where the first element is a StellarGraph instance containing the graph data and features, and the second element is a pandas DataFrame of edges, with columns user_id, movie_id and rating (a label from 1 to 5).

class stellargraph.datasets.PROTEINS[source]

Each graph represents a protein and graph labels represent whether they are are enzymes or non-enzymes. The dataset includes 1113 graphs with 39 nodes and 73 edges on average for each graph. Graph nodes have 4 attributes (including a one-hot encoding of their label), and each graph is labelled as belonging to 1 of 2 classes.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://ls11-www.cs.tu-dortmund.de/staff/morris/graphkerneldatasets

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this dataset into a list of StellarGraph objects with corresponding labels, downloading it if required.

Returns

A tuple that is a list of StellarGraph objects and a Pandas Series of labels one for each graph.

class stellargraph.datasets.PubMedDiabetes[source]

The PubMed Diabetes dataset consists of 19717 scientific publications from PubMed database pertaining to diabetes classified into one of three classes. The citation network consists of 44338 links. Each publication in the dataset is described by a TF/IDF weighted word vector from a dictionary which consists of 500 unique words.

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://linqs.soe.ucsc.edu/data

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this graph into an undirected homogeneous graph, downloading it if required.

Returns

A tuple where the first element is a StellarGraph instance containing the graph data and features, and the second element is a pandas Series of node class labels.

class stellargraph.datasets.WN18[source]

The WN18 dataset consists of triplets from WordNet 3.0 (http://wordnet.princeton.edu). There are 40,943 synsets and 18 relation types among them. The training set contains 141442 triplets, the validation set 5000 and the test set 5000. Antoine Bordes, Xavier Glorot, Jason Weston and Yoshua Bengio “A Semantic Matching Energy Function for Learning with Multi-relational Data” (2014).

Note: this dataset contains many inverse relations, and so should only be used to compare against published results. Prefer WN18RR. See: Kristina Toutanova and Danqi Chen “Observed versus latent features for knowledge base and text inference” (2015), and Dettmers, Tim, Pasquale Minervini, Pontus Stenetorp and Sebastian Riedel “Convolutional 2D Knowledge Graph Embeddings” (2017).

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://everest.hds.utc.fr/doku.php?id=en:transe

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this data into a directed heterogeneous graph.

Returns

A tuple (graph, train, test, validation) where graph is a StellarDiGraph containing all the data, and the remaining three elements are DataFrames of triplets, with columns source & target (synsets) and label (the relation type). The three DataFrames together make up the edges included in graph.

class stellargraph.datasets.WN18RR[source]

The WN18RR dataset consists of triplets from WordNet 3.0 (http://wordnet.princeton.edu). There are 40,943 synsets and 11 relation types among them. The training set contains 86835 triplets, the validation set 3034 and the test set 3134. It is a reduced version of WN18 where inverse relations have been removed.Tim Dettmers, Pasquale Minervini, Pontus Stenetorp and Sebastian Riedel “Convolutional 2D Knowledge Graph Embeddings” (2017).

See also

For more information about loading data for graph machine learning:

The source of this dataset: https://github.com/TimDettmers/ConvE

property base_directory

The full path of the directory containing this dataset.

Type

str

property data_directory

The full path of the directory containing the data content files for this dataset.

Type

str

download(ignore_cache: Optional[bool] = False)None

Download the dataset (if not already downloaded)

Parameters

ignore_cache (bool, optional) – Ignore a cached dataset and force a re-download.

Raises

FileNotFoundError – If the dataset is not successfully downloaded.

load()[source]

Load this data into a directed heterogeneous graph.

Returns

A tuple (graph, train, test, validation) where graph is a StellarDiGraph containing all the data, and the remaining three elements are DataFrames of triplets, with columns source & target (synsets) and label (the relation type). The three DataFrames together make up the edges included in graph.

Random

stellargraph.random contains functions to control the randomness behaviour in StellarGraph.

stellargraph.random.set_seed(seed)[source]

Create a new global RandomState using the provided seed. If seed is None, StellarGraph’s global RandomState object simply wraps the global random state for each external module.

When trying to create a reproducible workflow using this function, please note that this seed only controls the randomness of the non-TensorFlow part of the library. Randomness within TensorFlow layers is controlled via TensorFlow’s own global random seed, which can be set using tensorflow.random.set_seed.

Parameters

seed (int, optional) – random seed