mlflow.mleap

The mlflow.mleap module provides an API for saving Spark MLLib models using the MLeap persistence mechanism. A companion module for loading MLflow models with the MLeap flavor format is available in the mlflow/java package.

exception mlflow.mleap.MLeapSerializationException(message, error_code=1, **kwargs)

Bases: mlflow.exceptions.MlflowException

Exception thrown when a model or DataFrame cannot be serialized in MLeap format

mlflow.mleap.add_to_model(mlflow_model, path, spark_model, sample_input)

Note

This method requires all argument be specified by keyword.

Add the MLeap flavor to an existing MLflow model.

Parameters:
  • mlflow_modelmlflow.models.Model to which this flavor is being added.
  • path – Path of the model to which this flavor is being added.
  • spark_model – Spark PipelineModel to be saved. This model must be MLeap-compatible and cannot contain any custom transformers.
  • sample_input – Sample PySpark DataFrame input that the model can evaluate. This is required by MLeap for data schema inference.
mlflow.mleap.log_model(spark_model, sample_input, artifact_path)

Note

This method requires all argument be specified by keyword.

Log a Spark MLLib model in MLeap format as an MLflow artifact for the current run. The logged model will have the MLeap flavor.

Note

The MLeap model flavor cannot be loaded in Python; it must be loaded using the Java module within the mlflow/java package.

Parameters:
  • spark_model – Spark PipelineModel to be saved. This model must be MLeap-compatible and cannot contain any custom transformers.
  • sample_input – Sample PySpark DataFrame input that the model can evaluate. This is required by MLeap for data schema inference.
  • artifact_path – Run-relative artifact path.
>>> import mlflow
>>> import mlflow.mleap
>>> import pyspark
>>> from pyspark.ml import Pipeline
>>> from pyspark.ml.classification import LogisticRegression
>>> from pyspark.ml.feature import HashingTF, Tokenizer
>>># training DataFrame
>>> training = spark.createDataFrame([
...     (0, "a b c d e spark", 1.0),
...     (1, "b d", 0.0),
...     (2, "spark f g h", 1.0),
...     (3, "hadoop mapreduce", 0.0) ], ["id", "text", "label"])
>>># testing DataFrame
>>> test_df = spark.createDataFrame([
...     (4, "spark i j k"),
...     (5, "l m n"),
...     (6, "spark hadoop spark"),
...     (7, "apache hadoop")], ["id", "text"])
>>> #Create an MLlib pipeline
>>> tokenizer = Tokenizer(inputCol="text", outputCol="words")
>>> hashingTF = HashingTF(inputCol=tokenizer.getOutputCol(), outputCol="features")
>>> lr = LogisticRegression(maxIter=10, regParam=0.001)
>>> pipeline = Pipeline(stages=[tokenizer, hashingTF, lr])
>>> model = pipeline.fit(training)
>>> #log parameters
>>> mlflow.log_param("max_iter", 10)
>>> mlflow.log_param("reg_param", 0.001)
>>> #log the Spark MLlib model in MLeap format
>>> mlflow.mleap.log_model(spark_model=model, sample_input=test_df,
>>>                        artifact_path="mleap-model")
mlflow.mleap.save_model(spark_model, sample_input, path, mlflow_model=<mlflow.models.Model object>)

Note

This method requires all argument be specified by keyword.

Save a Spark MLlib PipelineModel in MLeap format at a local path. The saved model will have the MLeap flavor.

Note

The MLeap model flavor cannot be loaded in Python; it must be loaded using the Java module within the mlflow/java package.

Parameters:
  • spark_model – Spark PipelineModel to be saved. This model must be MLeap-compatible and cannot contain any custom transformers.
  • sample_input – Sample PySpark DataFrame input that the model can evaluate. This is required by MLeap for data schema inference.
  • path – Local path where the model is to be saved.
  • mlflow_modelmlflow.models.Model to which this flavor is being added.