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 # file: ridge_reg_norm_eq_dense_batch.py
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 # !  Content:
 # !    Python example of ridge regression in the batch processing mode.
 # !
 # !    The program trains the ridge regression model on a training
 # !    datasetFileName with the normal equations method and computes regression
 # !    for the test data.
 # !*****************************************************************************
 ## \example ridge_reg_norm_eq_dense_batch.py
 import os
 import sys
 from daal.algorithms.ridge_regression import training, prediction
 from daal.data_management import DataSource, FileDataSource, NumericTable, HomogenNumericTable, MergedNumericTable
 utils_folder = os.path.realpath(os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(__file__))))
 if utils_folder not in sys.path:
     sys.path.insert(0, utils_folder)
 from utils import printNumericTable
 # Input data set parameters
 trainDatasetFileName = os.path.join("..", "data", "batch", "linear_regression_train.csv")
 testDatasetFileName = os.path.join("..", "data", "batch", "linear_regression_test.csv")
 nFeatures           = 10    # Number of features in training and testing data sets
 nDependentVariables = 2     # Number of dependent variables that correspond to each observation
 def trainModel():
     # Initialize FileDataSource<CSVFeatureManager> to retrieve the input data from a .csv file
     trainDataSource = FileDataSource(trainDatasetFileName,
     # Create Numeric Tables for training data and dependent variables
     trainData =  HomogenNumericTable(nFeatures, 0, NumericTable.doNotAllocate)
     trainDependentVariables = HomogenNumericTable(nDependentVariables, 0, NumericTable.doNotAllocate)
     mergedData = MergedNumericTable(trainData, trainDependentVariables)
     # Retrieve the data from input file
     # Create an algorithm object to train the ridge regression model with the normal equations method
     algorithm = training.Batch()
     # Pass a training data set and dependent values to the algorithm
     algorithm.input.set(training.data, trainData)
     algorithm.input.set(training.dependentVariables, trainDependentVariables)
     # Build the ridge regression model and etrieve the algorithm results
     trainingResult = algorithm.compute()
     printNumericTable(trainingResult.get(training.model).getBeta(), "Ridge Regression coefficients:")
     return trainingResult
 def testModel(trainingResult):
     # Initialize FileDataSource<CSVFeatureManager> to retrieve the test data from a .csv file
     testDataSource = FileDataSource(testDatasetFileName,
     # Create Numeric Tables for testing data and ground truth values
     testData = HomogenNumericTable(nFeatures, 0, NumericTable.doNotAllocate)
     testGroundTruth = HomogenNumericTable(nDependentVariables, 0, NumericTable.doNotAllocate)
     mergedData = MergedNumericTable(testData, testGroundTruth)
     # Load the data from the data file
     # Create an algorithm object to predict values of ridge regression
     algorithm = prediction.Batch()
     # Pass a testing data set and the trained model to the algorithm
     algorithm.input.setTable(prediction.data, testData)
     algorithm.input.setModel(prediction.model, trainingResult.get(training.model))
     # Predict values of ridge regression and retrieve the algorithm results
     predictionResult = algorithm.compute()
                       "Ridge Regression prediction results: (first 10 rows):", 10)
     printNumericTable(testGroundTruth, "Ground truth (first 10 rows):", 10)
 if __name__ == "__main__":
     trainingResult = trainModel()
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