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1 Monday Morning Data Mining Tim Ruhe Statistische Methoden der Datenanalyse
2 Outline:  data mining  IceCube  Data mining in IceCube
3 Computer Scientists are different... Fakultät Physik
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6 Building a model and predicting the outcome:
7 Can be broken down to 4 (simple) steps: 1. Find representation of data 2. Find a good algorithm 3. Validate your results 4. Apply on data
8 IceCube in a nutshell:  completed in December located at the geographic South Pole Digital Optical Modules on 86 strings  instrumented volume of 1 km 3  subdetectors DeepCore and IceTop
9 IceCube in a nutshell:  Detection principle: Cherenkov light  Look for events of the form: ν + X e,µ,τ  Dominant background of atm. µ Use earth as a filter (select upgoing events only)
10 IceCube: Scientific goals  detection of astrophysical neutrinos  atmospheric neutrino energy spectrum  neutrino oscillations  CRanisotropy  exotic stuff
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18 Data Mining in IceCube:  app reconstructed attributes  Data and MC do not necessarily agree  signal/background ratio ~ 103 interesting for studies within the scope of machine learning
19 1. Finding a good representation of your data
20 Make sure you understand your input: Attributes can be: nominal green, blue, red, yellow ordinal cool, mild, hot cool < mild < hot numerical 1,2,3,4,... labels can be: polynominal red, green, yellow, blue binominal signal, background numerical 1,2,3...,5000,...
21 Data Preprocessing: Preselection of parameters 1. Check for consistency (data vs.signal MC vs. Backgr. MC) 2. Check for missing values (nans, infs) How to handle the nans? (see next slide) 3. Eliminate the obvious (Azimuth angle, timing information...) 4. Eliminate highly correlated and constant parameters
22 Data and MC preprocessing: How to handle nans? Several possibilities:  Exclude attributes that exceed a certain number of nans  Replace by:  minimum  maximum  average  nothing at all  (median...)
23 Data and MC preprocessing: Feature Selection 1. Forward Selection start with empty selection add each unused attribute estimate performance add attribute with highest increase in performance start new round
24 Data and MC preprocessing: Feature Selection 2. Backward Elimination start with a full set of attributes Remove each of the attributes Estimate performance for each removed attribute The attribute giving the least decrease in performance is removed start new round
25 Backward Elimination in RapidMiner: Fakultät Physik
26 Data and MC preprocessing: Feature Selection 3. Mininmum Redundancy Maximum Relevance iteratively add features with biggest relevance and least redundancy Quality criterion Q: 1 Q = R( x, y) D( x, x) j x in R: Relevance; D: Redundancy; F j = already selected features F j
27 MRMR in RapidMiner:
28 Evaluating the Stability of the Parameter Selection:  Data and MC is subject to a certain variance this variance does influence the parameter selection!
29 Stability of the MRMR Selection: Jaccard Index: Kuncheva s Index: B A B A J = ) ( ), ( 2 B A r k B A k n k k rn B A I C = = = =
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31 2. Learning algorithms
32 Learners: 1. Decision Trees 2. Naive Bayes 3. k  Nearest Neighbours 4. Random Forests 5. Boosting
33 A bit more technically speaking: set of vectors x = (x 1,x 2,...,x n ); x i = attribute (attributes = features, variables, parameters) labels y 1,y 2,...,y n labels = target class create a model f from your examples, that predicts a y for a given x.
34 Constructing a simple model:
35 Decision Trees: Simple Classifier!
36 Naive Bayes:  based on Bayes theorem: Pr[ H E] = Pr[ E H ] Pr[ H Pr[ E] ]  assumes all attributes are independent
37 Naive Bayes: Golf data
38 Naive Bayes: Play? outlook = sunny, temperature = cool, humidity = high, windy = true
39 Naive Bayes: Pr[ yes E] = 2 / 9 3/ 9 3/ 9 Pr[ E] 3/ 9 9 /14
40 Naive Bayes: Pr[ yes Pr[ yes E] = E] = Pr[ no E] = 2 / 9 3/ / 9 3/ 9 9 /14 Pr[ E] needs to be normalized! Pr[ yes E] = Pr[ no E] = 0.795
41 Naive Bayes: What if Pr[E i yes]=0? Let s assume we don not have positive examples for outlook = rainy Pr[ sunny yes] = 4 / 9 Pr[ sunny yes] = 5/12 Pr[ overcast yes] = 5/ 9 Pr[ overcast yes] = 6 /12 Pr[ rainy yes] = 0 / 9 Pr[ rainy yes] = 1/12 Use Laplace correction!
42 knearest Neighbours (knn)  memory based classifier  unsupervised  find the k neighbours closest to x and classify by majority vote  all features should be normalized
43 Random Forests:  ensemble of decision trees  developed by Leo Breiman (2001)  no boosting between individual trees  events are classified by individual trees  uses average for final classification 1 n trees s = n trees i= 0 s i
44 Random Forests: Output MC scaled to data expectations choose final cut on signalness
45 Random Forests in rapidminer
46 Weka Random Forest:
47 Boosting:  uses an ensemble of weak classifiers (decision trees)  weights are increased for false classified events  weighted vote is applied  each classifier depends on the performance of the previous ones
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49 AdaBoost in rapidminer
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51 3. Validating the results
52 Split Validation:
53 Cross Valdiation:
54 Split Validation vs. Cross Validation: Fakultät Physik
55 Cross validated predictions: Cut Nugen Corsika Sum ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± 33 4 ± ± 34
56 Cross Validation for a limited number of examples? YES! Leave One Out!
57 4. Application on data
58 Change the Scaling of the Corsika: Fakultät Physik such that it matches data for Signalness > 0.2
59 Data/MC mismatch: Underestimation of Background
60 Application of RF on 10% of data: Cut Nugen Corsika Sum Data ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± 33 4 ± ±
61 Possible Improvements: Ensembles
62 Hierarchical Clustering: Agglomerative Fakultät Physik
63 Hierarchical Clustering: Divisive
64 kmeans Clustering:  Pick mean at random  Calculate distance of examples to mean  assign examples to cluster  recalculate mean of the cluster  reiterate until mean does not change any longer Significantly faster than hierarchical clustering Have to know k in advance...
65 Careful when using clusters: Normalize!!!
66 Summary:  IceCube is interesting for detailed studies in machine learning  studies can be carried out using RapidMiner  MRMR for Feature Selection  Simple learners are good for benchmarks  Cross Validation is good for you!  Signal/Background separation using data mining is possible!
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