Source code for optuna.integration.sklearn

from logging import DEBUG
from logging import INFO
from logging import WARNING
from numbers import Integral
from numbers import Number
from time import time

import numpy as np
import scipy as sp

try:
    import sklearn
    from sklearn.base import BaseEstimator
    from sklearn.base import clone
    from sklearn.base import is_classifier
    from sklearn.metrics.scorer import check_scoring
    from sklearn.model_selection import BaseCrossValidator  # NOQA
    from sklearn.model_selection import check_cv
    from sklearn.model_selection import cross_validate
    from sklearn.utils import check_random_state
    from sklearn.utils.metaestimators import _safe_split

    if sklearn.__version__ >= "0.22":
        from sklearn.utils import _safe_indexing as sklearn_safe_indexing
    else:
        from sklearn.utils import safe_indexing as sklearn_safe_indexing
    from sklearn.utils.validation import check_is_fitted

    _available = True

except ImportError as e:
    BaseEstimator = object

    _import_error = e
    _available = False

from optuna import distributions  # NOQA
from optuna import exceptions  # NOQA
from optuna import logging  # NOQA
from optuna import samplers  # NOQA
from optuna import structs  # NOQA
from optuna import study as study_module  # NOQA
from optuna import trial as trial_module  # NOQA
from optuna import type_checking  # NOQA

if type_checking.TYPE_CHECKING:
    import pandas as pd  # NOQA
    from scipy.sparse import spmatrix  # NOQA
    from typing import Any  # NOQA
    from typing import Callable  # NOQA
    from typing import Dict  # NOQA
    from typing import Iterable  # NOQA
    from typing import List  # NOQA
    from typing import Mapping  # NOQA
    from typing import Optional  # NOQA
    from typing import Union  # NOQA

    ArrayLikeType = Union[List, np.ndarray, pd.Series, spmatrix]
    OneDimArrayLikeType = Union[List[float], np.ndarray, pd.Series]
    TwoDimArrayLikeType = Union[List[List[float]], np.ndarray, pd.DataFrame, spmatrix]
    IterableType = Union[List, pd.DataFrame, np.ndarray, pd.Series, spmatrix, None]
    IndexableType = Union[Iterable, None]

_logger = logging.get_logger(__name__)


def _check_fit_params(
    X,  # type: TwoDimArrayLikeType
    fit_params,  # type: Dict
    indices,  # type: OneDimArrayLikeType
):
    # type: (...) -> Dict

    fit_params_validated = {}
    for key, value in fit_params.items():

        # NOTE Original implementation:
        # https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn/blob/ \
        # 2467e1b84aeb493a22533fa15ff92e0d7c05ed1c/sklearn/utils/validation.py#L1324-L1328
        # Scikit-learn does not accept non-iterable inputs.
        # This line is for keeping backward compatibility.
        # (See: https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn/issues/15805)
        if not _is_arraylike(value) or _num_samples(value) != _num_samples(X):
            fit_params_validated[key] = value
        else:
            fit_params_validated[key] = _make_indexable(value)
            fit_params_validated[key] = _safe_indexing(fit_params_validated[key], indices)
    return fit_params_validated


def _check_sklearn_availability():
    # type: () -> None

    if not _available:
        raise ImportError(
            "scikit-learn is not available. Please install scikit-learn to "
            "use this feature. scikit-learn can be installed by executing "
            "`$ pip install scikit-learn>=0.19.0`. For further information, "
            "please refer to the installation guide of scikit-learn. (The "
            "actual import error is as follows: " + str(_import_error) + ")"
        )


# NOTE Original implementation:
# https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn/blob/ \
# 8caa93889f85254fc3ca84caa0a24a1640eebdd1/sklearn/utils/validation.py#L131-L135
def _is_arraylike(x):
    # type: (Any) -> bool

    return hasattr(x, "__len__") or hasattr(x, "shape") or hasattr(x, "__array__")


# NOTE Original implementation:
# https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn/blob/ \
# 8caa93889f85254fc3ca84caa0a24a1640eebdd1/sklearn/utils/validation.py#L217-L234
def _make_indexable(iterable):
    # type: (IterableType) -> (IndexableType)

    tocsr_func = getattr(iterable, "tocsr", None)
    if tocsr_func is not None and sp.sparse.issparse(iterable):
        return tocsr_func(iterable)
    elif hasattr(iterable, "__getitem__") or hasattr(iterable, "iloc"):
        return iterable
    elif iterable is None:
        return iterable
    return np.array(iterable)


def _num_samples(x):
    # type: (ArrayLikeType) -> int

    # NOTE For dask dataframes
    # https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn/blob/ \
    # 8caa93889f85254fc3ca84caa0a24a1640eebdd1/sklearn/utils/validation.py#L155-L158
    x_shape = getattr(x, "shape", None)
    if x_shape is not None:
        if isinstance(x_shape[0], Integral):
            return int(x_shape[0])

    try:
        return len(x)
    except TypeError:
        raise TypeError("Expected sequence or array-like, got %s." % type(x))


def _safe_indexing(
    X,  # type: Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]
    indices,  # type: OneDimArrayLikeType
):
    # type: (...) -> Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]
    if X is None:
        return X

    return sklearn_safe_indexing(X, indices)


class _Objective(object):
    """Callable that implements objective function.

    Args:
        estimator:
            Object to use to fit the data. This is assumed to implement the
            scikit-learn estimator interface. Either this needs to provide
            ``score``, or ``scoring`` must be passed.

        param_distributions:
            Dictionary where keys are parameters and values are distributions.
            Distributions are assumed to implement the optuna distribution
            interface.

        X:
            Training data.

        y:
            Target variable.

        cv:
            Cross-validation strategy.

        enable_pruning:
            If :obj:`True`, pruning is performed in the case where the
            underlying estimator supports ``partial_fit``.

        error_score:
            Value to assign to the score if an error occurs in fitting. If
            'raise', the error is raised. If numeric,
            ``sklearn.exceptions.FitFailedWarning`` is raised. This does not
            affect the refit step, which will always raise the error.

        fit_params:
            Parameters passed to ``fit`` one the estimator.

        groups:
            Group labels for the samples used while splitting the dataset into
            train/test set.

        max_iter:
            Maximum number of epochs. This is only used if the underlying
            estimator supports ``partial_fit``.

        return_train_score:
            If :obj:`True`, training scores will be included. Computing
            training scores is used to get insights on how different
            hyperparameter settings impact the overfitting/underfitting
            trade-off. However computing training scores can be
            computationally expensive and is not strictly required to select
            the hyperparameters that yield the best generalization
            performance.

        scoring:
            Scorer function.
    """

    def __init__(
        self,
        estimator,  # type: BaseEstimator
        param_distributions,  # type: Mapping[str, distributions.BaseDistribution]
        X,  # type: TwoDimArrayLikeType
        y,  # type: Optional[Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]]
        cv,  # type: BaseCrossValidator
        enable_pruning,  # type: bool
        error_score,  # type: Union[Number, str]
        fit_params,  # type: Dict[str, Any]
        groups,  # type: Optional[OneDimArrayLikeType]
        max_iter,  # type: int
        return_train_score,  # type: bool
        scoring,  # type: Callable[..., Number]
    ):
        # type: (...) -> None

        self.cv = cv
        self.enable_pruning = enable_pruning
        self.error_score = error_score
        self.estimator = estimator
        self.fit_params = fit_params
        self.groups = groups
        self.max_iter = max_iter
        self.param_distributions = param_distributions
        self.return_train_score = return_train_score
        self.scoring = scoring
        self.X = X
        self.y = y

    def __call__(self, trial):
        # type: (trial_module.Trial) -> float

        estimator = clone(self.estimator)
        params = self._get_params(trial)

        estimator.set_params(**params)

        if self.enable_pruning:
            scores = self._cross_validate_with_pruning(trial, estimator)
        else:
            scores = cross_validate(
                estimator,
                self.X,
                self.y,
                cv=self.cv,
                error_score=self.error_score,
                fit_params=self.fit_params,
                groups=self.groups,
                return_train_score=self.return_train_score,
                scoring=self.scoring,
            )

        self._store_scores(trial, scores)

        return trial.user_attrs["mean_test_score"]

    def _cross_validate_with_pruning(
        self,
        trial,  # type: trial_module.Trial
        estimator,  # type: BaseEstimator
    ):
        # type: (...) -> Dict[str, OneDimArrayLikeType]

        if is_classifier(estimator):
            partial_fit_params = self.fit_params.copy()
            classes = np.unique(self.y)

            partial_fit_params.setdefault("classes", classes)

        else:
            partial_fit_params = self.fit_params

        n_splits = self.cv.get_n_splits(self.X, self.y, groups=self.groups)
        estimators = [clone(estimator) for _ in range(n_splits)]
        scores = {
            "fit_time": np.zeros(n_splits),
            "score_time": np.zeros(n_splits),
            "test_score": np.empty(n_splits),
        }

        if self.return_train_score:
            scores["train_score"] = np.empty(n_splits)

        for step in range(self.max_iter):
            for i, (train, test) in enumerate(self.cv.split(self.X, self.y, groups=self.groups)):
                out = self._partial_fit_and_score(estimators[i], train, test, partial_fit_params)

                if self.return_train_score:
                    scores["train_score"][i] = out.pop(0)

                scores["test_score"][i] = out[0]
                scores["fit_time"][i] += out[1]
                scores["score_time"][i] += out[2]

            intermediate_value = np.nanmean(scores["test_score"])

            trial.report(intermediate_value, step=step)

            if trial.should_prune():
                self._store_scores(trial, scores)

                raise exceptions.TrialPruned("trial was pruned at iteration {}.".format(step))

        return scores

    def _get_params(self, trial):
        # type: (trial_module.Trial) -> Dict[str, Any]

        return {
            name: trial._suggest(name, distribution)
            for name, distribution in self.param_distributions.items()
        }

    def _partial_fit_and_score(
        self,
        estimator,  # type: BaseEstimator
        train,  # type: List[int]
        test,  # type: List[int]
        partial_fit_params,  # type: Dict[str, Any]
    ):
        # type: (...) -> List[Number]

        X_train, y_train = _safe_split(estimator, self.X, self.y, train)
        X_test, y_test = _safe_split(estimator, self.X, self.y, test, train_indices=train)

        start_time = time()

        try:
            estimator.partial_fit(X_train, y_train, **partial_fit_params)

        except Exception as e:
            if self.error_score == "raise":
                raise e

            elif isinstance(self.error_score, Number):
                fit_time = time() - start_time
                test_score = self.error_score
                score_time = 0.0

                if self.return_train_score:
                    train_score = self.error_score

            else:
                raise ValueError("error_score must be 'raise' or numeric.")

        else:
            fit_time = time() - start_time
            test_score = self.scoring(estimator, X_test, y_test)
            score_time = time() - fit_time - start_time

            if self.return_train_score:
                train_score = self.scoring(estimator, X_train, y_train)

        # Required for type checking but is never expected to fail.
        assert isinstance(fit_time, Number)
        assert isinstance(score_time, Number)

        ret = [test_score, fit_time, score_time]

        if self.return_train_score:
            ret.insert(0, train_score)

        return ret

    def _store_scores(self, trial, scores):
        # type: (trial_module.Trial, Dict[str, OneDimArrayLikeType]) -> None

        for name, array in scores.items():
            if name in ["test_score", "train_score"]:
                for i, score in enumerate(array):
                    trial.set_user_attr("split{}_{}".format(i, name), score)

            trial.set_user_attr("mean_{}".format(name), np.nanmean(array))
            trial.set_user_attr("std_{}".format(name), np.nanstd(array))


[docs]class OptunaSearchCV(BaseEstimator): """Hyperparameter search with cross-validation. .. warning:: This feature is experimental. The interface may be changed in the future. Args: estimator: Object to use to fit the data. This is assumed to implement the scikit-learn estimator interface. Either this needs to provide ``score``, or ``scoring`` must be passed. param_distributions: Dictionary where keys are parameters and values are distributions. Distributions are assumed to implement the optuna distribution interface. cv: Cross-validation strategy. Possible inputs for cv are: - integer to specify the number of folds in a CV splitter, - a CV splitter, - an iterable yielding (train, test) splits as arrays of indices. For integer, if :obj:`estimator` is a classifier and :obj:`y` is either binary or multiclass, ``sklearn.model_selection.StratifiedKFold`` is used. otherwise, ``sklearn.model_selection.KFold`` is used. enable_pruning: If :obj:`True`, pruning is performed in the case where the underlying estimator supports ``partial_fit``. error_score: Value to assign to the score if an error occurs in fitting. If 'raise', the error is raised. If numeric, ``sklearn.exceptions.FitFailedWarning`` is raised. This does not affect the refit step, which will always raise the error. max_iter: Maximum number of epochs. This is only used if the underlying estimator supports ``partial_fit``. n_jobs: Number of parallel jobs. :obj:`-1` means using all processors. n_trials: Number of trials. If :obj:`None`, there is no limitation on the number of trials. If :obj:`timeout` is also set to :obj:`None`, the study continues to create trials until it receives a termination signal such as Ctrl+C or SIGTERM. This trades off runtime vs quality of the solution. random_state: Seed of the pseudo random number generator. If int, this is the seed used by the random number generator. If ``numpy.random.RandomState`` object, this is the random number generator. If :obj:`None`, the global random state from ``numpy.random`` is used. refit: If :obj:`True`, refit the estimator with the best found hyperparameters. The refitted estimator is made available at the ``best_estimator_`` attribute and permits using ``predict`` directly. return_train_score: If :obj:`True`, training scores will be included. Computing training scores is used to get insights on how different hyperparameter settings impact the overfitting/underfitting trade-off. However computing training scores can be computationally expensive and is not strictly required to select the hyperparameters that yield the best generalization performance. scoring: String or callable to evaluate the predictions on the test data. If :obj:`None`, ``score`` on the estimator is used. study: Study corresponds to the optimization task. If :obj:`None`, a new study is created. subsample: Proportion of samples that are used during hyperparameter search. - If int, then draw ``subsample`` samples. - If float, then draw ``subsample`` * ``X.shape[0]`` samples. timeout: Time limit in seconds for the search of appropriate models. If :obj:`None`, the study is executed without time limitation. If :obj:`n_trials` is also set to :obj:`None`, the study continues to create trials until it receives a termination signal such as Ctrl+C or SIGTERM. This trades off runtime vs quality of the solution. verbose: Verbosity level. The higher, the more messages. Attributes: best_estimator_: Estimator that was chosen by the search. This is present only if ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. n_splits_: Number of cross-validation splits. refit_time_: Time for refitting the best estimator. This is present only if ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. sample_indices_: Indices of samples that are used during hyperparameter search. scorer_: Scorer function. study_: Actual study. Examples: >>> import optuna >>> from sklearn.datasets import load_iris >>> from sklearn.svm import SVC >>> clf = SVC(gamma='auto') >>> param_distributions = { ... 'C': optuna.distributions.LogUniformDistribution(1e-10, 1e+10) ... } >>> optuna_search = optuna.integration.OptunaSearchCV( ... clf, ... param_distributions ... ) >>> X, y = load_iris(return_X_y=True) >>> optuna_search.fit(X, y) # doctest: +ELLIPSIS OptunaSearchCV(...) >>> y_pred = optuna_search.predict(X) """ _required_parameters = ["estimator", "param_distributions"] @property def _estimator_type(self): # type: () -> str return self.estimator._estimator_type @property def best_index_(self): # type: () -> int """Index which corresponds to the best candidate parameter setting.""" df = self.trials_dataframe() return df["value"].idxmin() @property def best_params_(self): # type: () -> Dict[str, Any] """Parameters of the best trial in the :class:`~optuna.study.Study`.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.study_.best_params @property def best_score_(self): # type: () -> float """Mean cross-validated score of the best estimator.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.study_.best_value @property def best_trial_(self): # type: () -> structs.FrozenTrial """Best trial in the :class:`~optuna.study.Study`.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.study_.best_trial @property def classes_(self): # type: () -> OneDimArrayLikeType """Class labels.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.classes_ @property def n_trials_(self): # type: () -> int """Actual number of trials.""" return len(self.trials_) @property def trials_(self): # type: () -> List[structs.FrozenTrial] """All trials in the :class:`~optuna.study.Study`.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.study_.trials @property def user_attrs_(self): # type: () -> Dict[str, Any] """User attributes in the :class:`~optuna.study.Study`.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.study_.user_attrs @property def decision_function(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]] """Call ``decision_function`` on the best estimator. This is available only if the underlying estimator supports ``decision_function`` and ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. """ self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.decision_function @property def inverse_transform(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., TwoDimArrayLikeType] """Call ``inverse_transform`` on the best estimator. This is available only if the underlying estimator supports ``inverse_transform`` and ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. """ self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.inverse_transform @property def predict(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]] """Call ``predict`` on the best estimator. This is available only if the underlying estimator supports ``predict`` and ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. """ self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.predict @property def predict_log_proba(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., TwoDimArrayLikeType] """Call ``predict_log_proba`` on the best estimator. This is available only if the underlying estimator supports ``predict_log_proba`` and ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. """ self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.predict_log_proba @property def predict_proba(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., TwoDimArrayLikeType] """Call ``predict_proba`` on the best estimator. This is available only if the underlying estimator supports ``predict_proba`` and ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. """ self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.predict_proba @property def score_samples(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., OneDimArrayLikeType] """Call ``score_samples`` on the best estimator. This is available only if the underlying estimator supports ``score_samples`` and ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. """ self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.score_samples @property def set_user_attr(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., None] """Call ``set_user_attr`` on the :class:`~optuna.study.Study`.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.study_.set_user_attr @property def transform(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., TwoDimArrayLikeType] """Call ``transform`` on the best estimator. This is available only if the underlying estimator supports ``transform`` and ``refit`` is set to :obj:`True`. """ self._check_is_fitted() return self.best_estimator_.transform @property def trials_dataframe(self): # type: () -> Callable[..., pd.DataFrame] """Call ``trials_dataframe`` on the :class:`~optuna.study.Study`.""" self._check_is_fitted() return self.study_.trials_dataframe def __init__( self, estimator, # type: BaseEstimator param_distributions, # type: Mapping[str, distributions.BaseDistribution] cv=5, # type: Optional[Union[BaseCrossValidator, int]] enable_pruning=False, # type: bool error_score=np.nan, # type: Union[Number, str] max_iter=1000, # type: int n_jobs=1, # type: int n_trials=10, # type: int random_state=None, # type: Optional[Union[int, np.random.RandomState]] refit=True, # type: bool return_train_score=False, # type: bool scoring=None, # type: Optional[Union[Callable[..., float], str]] study=None, # type: Optional[study_module.Study] subsample=1.0, # type: Union[float, int] timeout=None, # type: Optional[float] verbose=0, # type: int ): # type: (...) -> None _check_sklearn_availability() self.cv = cv self.enable_pruning = enable_pruning self.error_score = error_score self.estimator = estimator self.max_iter = max_iter self.n_trials = n_trials self.n_jobs = n_jobs self.param_distributions = param_distributions self.random_state = random_state self.refit = refit self.return_train_score = return_train_score self.scoring = scoring self.study = study self.subsample = subsample self.timeout = timeout self.verbose = verbose def _check_is_fitted(self): # type: () -> None attributes = ["n_splits_", "sample_indices_", "scorer_", "study_"] if self.refit: attributes += ["best_estimator_", "refit_time_"] check_is_fitted(self, attributes) def _check_params(self): # type: () -> None if not hasattr(self.estimator, "fit"): raise ValueError("estimator must be a scikit-learn estimator.") if type(self.param_distributions) is not dict: raise ValueError("param_distributions must be a dictionary.") for name, distribution in self.param_distributions.items(): if not isinstance(distribution, distributions.BaseDistribution): raise ValueError("Value of {} must be a optuna distribution.".format(name)) if self.enable_pruning and not hasattr(self.estimator, "partial_fit"): raise ValueError("estimator must support partial_fit.") if self.max_iter <= 0: raise ValueError("max_iter must be > 0, got {}.".format(self.max_iter)) if self.study is not None and self.study.direction != structs.StudyDirection.MAXIMIZE: raise ValueError("direction of study must be 'maximize'.") def _more_tags(self): # type: () -> Dict[str, bool] return {"non_deterministic": True, "no_validation": True} def _refit( self, X, # type: TwoDimArrayLikeType y=None, # type: Optional[Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]] **fit_params # type: Any ): # type: (...) -> 'OptunaSearchCV' n_samples = _num_samples(X) self.best_estimator_ = clone(self.estimator) try: self.best_estimator_.set_params(**self.study_.best_params) except ValueError as e: _logger.exception(e) _logger.info("Refitting the estimator using {} samples...".format(n_samples)) start_time = time() self.best_estimator_.fit(X, y, **fit_params) self.refit_time_ = time() - start_time _logger.info("Finished refitting! (elapsed time: {:.3f} sec.)".format(self.refit_time_)) return self
[docs] def fit( self, X, # type: TwoDimArrayLikeType y=None, # type: Optional[Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]] groups=None, # type: Optional[OneDimArrayLikeType] **fit_params # type: Any ): # type: (...) -> 'OptunaSearchCV' """Run fit with all sets of parameters. Args: X: Training data. y: Target variable. groups: Group labels for the samples used while splitting the dataset into train/test set. **fit_params: Parameters passed to ``fit`` on the estimator. Returns: self: Return self. """ self._check_params() random_state = check_random_state(self.random_state) max_samples = self.subsample n_samples = _num_samples(X) old_level = _logger.getEffectiveLevel() if self.verbose > 1: _logger.setLevel(DEBUG) elif self.verbose > 0: _logger.setLevel(INFO) else: _logger.setLevel(WARNING) self.sample_indices_ = np.arange(n_samples) if type(max_samples) is float: max_samples = int(max_samples * n_samples) if max_samples < n_samples: self.sample_indices_ = random_state.choice( self.sample_indices_, max_samples, replace=False ) self.sample_indices_.sort() X_res = _safe_indexing(X, self.sample_indices_) y_res = _safe_indexing(y, self.sample_indices_) groups_res = _safe_indexing(groups, self.sample_indices_) fit_params_res = fit_params if fit_params_res is not None: fit_params_res = _check_fit_params(X, fit_params, self.sample_indices_) classifier = is_classifier(self.estimator) cv = check_cv(self.cv, y_res, classifier) self.n_splits_ = cv.get_n_splits(X_res, y_res, groups=groups_res) self.scorer_ = check_scoring(self.estimator, scoring=self.scoring) if self.study is None: seed = random_state.randint(0, np.iinfo("int32").max) sampler = samplers.TPESampler(seed=seed) self.study_ = study_module.create_study(direction="maximize", sampler=sampler) else: self.study_ = self.study objective = _Objective( self.estimator, self.param_distributions, X_res, y_res, cv, self.enable_pruning, self.error_score, fit_params_res, groups_res, self.max_iter, self.return_train_score, self.scorer_, ) _logger.info( "Searching the best hyperparameters using {} " "samples...".format(_num_samples(self.sample_indices_)) ) self.study_.optimize( objective, n_jobs=self.n_jobs, n_trials=self.n_trials, timeout=self.timeout ) _logger.info("Finished hyperparemeter search!") if self.refit: self._refit(X, y, **fit_params) _logger.setLevel(old_level) return self
[docs] def score( self, X, # type: TwoDimArrayLikeType y=None, # type: Optional[Union[OneDimArrayLikeType, TwoDimArrayLikeType]] ): # type: (...) -> float """Return the score on the given data. Args: X: Data. y: Target variable. Returns: score: Scaler score. """ return self.scorer_(self.best_estimator_, X, y)