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from import Link

[docs]class Family: """A specification of model family. Parameters ---------- name: str The name of the family. It can be any string. likelihood: Likelihood A ``bambi.families.Likelihood`` instance specifying the model likelihood function. link: str or Link The name of the link function or a ``bambi.families.Link`` instance. The link function transforms the linear model prediction to the mean parameter of the likelihood function. Examples -------- >>> import bambi as bmb Replicate the Gaussian built-in family. >>> sigma_prior = bmb.Prior("HalfNormal", sigma=1) >>> likelihood = bmb.Likelihood("Gaussian", parent="mu", sigma=sigma_prior) >>> family = bmb.Family("gaussian", likelihood, "identity") >>> # Then you can do >>> # bmb.Model("y ~ x", data, family=family) Replicate the Bernoulli built-in family. >>> likelihood = bmb.Likelihood("Bernoulli", parent="p") >>> family = bmb.Family("bernoulli", likelihood, "logit") """ SUPPORTED_LINKS = [ "cloglog", "identity", "inverse_squared", "inverse", "log", "logit", "probit", "softmax", "tan_2", ] def __init__(self, name, likelihood, link): = name self.likelihood = likelihood = link self.aliases = {} @property def link(self): return self._link @link.setter def link(self, x): if isinstance(x, str): self.check_string_link(x) self._link = Link(x) elif isinstance(x, Link): self._link = x else: raise ValueError(".link must be set to a string or a Link instance.") def check_string_link(self, link): if not link in self.SUPPORTED_LINKS: raise ValueError(f"Link '{link}' cannot be used with family '{}'")
[docs] def set_alias(self, name, alias): """Set alias for an auxiliary variable of the family Parameters ---------- name: str The name of the variable alias: str The new name for the variable """ self.aliases.update({name: alias})
def __str__(self): msg_list = [f"Response distribution: {}", f"Link: {}"] if self.likelihood.priors: priors_msg = "\n ".join([f"{k} ~ {v}" for k, v in self.likelihood.priors.items()]) msg_list += [f"Priors:\n {priors_msg}"] msg = "\n".join(msg_list) return msg def __repr__(self): return self.__str__()