Version 0.3.0

Updates in this release:

  • cotraining module changed to semi_supervised.
  • factorization module changed to decomposition.
  • A new class within the semi_supervised module, CTRegressor, and regression tool for 2-view semi-supervised learning, following the cotraining framework.
  • Three multiview ICA methods added: MultiviewICA, GroupICA, PermICA with python-picard dependency.
  • Added parallelizability to GCCA using joblib and added partial_fit function to handle streaming or large data.
  • Adds a function (get_stats()) to perform statistical tests within the embed.KCCA class so that canonical correlations and canonical variates can be robustly. assessed for significance. See the documentation in Reference for more details.
  • Adds ability to select which views to return from the UCI multiple features dataset loader, datasets.UCI_multifeature.
  • API enhancements including base classes for each module and algorithm type, allowing for greater flexibility to extend mvlearn.
  • Internals of SplitAE changed to snake case to fit with the rest of the package.
  • Fixes a bug which prevented the visualize.crossviews_plot from plotting when each view only has a single feature.
  • Changes to the mvlearn.datasets.gaussian_mixture.GaussianMixture parameters to better mimic sklearn's datasets.
  • Fixes a bug with printing error messages in a few classes.

Patch 0.2.1

Fixed missing file in the ajive_utils submodule.

Version 0.2.0

Updates in this release:

  • MVMDS can now also accept distance matrices as input, rather than only views of data with samples and features
  • A new clustering algorithm, CoRegMultiviewSpectralClustering - co-regularized multi-view spectral clustering functionality
  • Some attribute names slightly changed for more intuitive use in DCCA, KCCA, MVMDS, CTClassifier
  • Option to use an Incomplete Cholesky Decomposition method for KCCA to reduce up computation times
  • A new module, factorization, containing the AJIVE algorithm - angle-based joint and individual variance explained
  • Fixed issue where signal dimensions of noise were dependent in the GaussianMixtures class
  • Added a dependecy to joblib to enable parallel clustering implementation
  • Removed the requirements for torchvision and pillow, since they are only used in tutorials

Version 0.1.0

We’re happy to announce the first major stable version of mvlearn. This version includes multiple new algorithms, more utility functions, as well as significant enhancements to the documentation. Here are some highlights of the big updates.

  • Deep CCA, (DCCA) in the embed module
  • Updated KCCA with multiple kernels
  • Synthetic multi-view dataset generator class, GaussianMixture, in the datasets module
  • A new module, plotting, which includes functions for visualizing multi-view data, such as crossviews_plot and quick_visualize
  • More detailed tutorial notebooks for all algorithms

Additionally, mvlearn now makes the torch and tqdm dependencies optional, so users who don’t need the DCCA or SplitAE functionality do not have to import such a large package. Note this is only the case for installing with pip. Installing from conda includes these dependencies automatically. To install the full version of mvlearn with torch and tqdm from pip, you must include the optional torch in brackets:

pip3 install mvlearn[torch]


pip3 install --upgrade mvlearn[torch]

To install without torch, do:

pip3 install mvlearn


pip3 install --upgrade mvlearn