Py Pair

Pairwise association measures of statistical variable types
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PyPair

PyPair is a statistical library to compute pairwise association between any two variables. In general, statistical variable types are viewed as `categorical` or `continuous`. Categorical variables have no inherit order to their values, while continuous variables do. This API has `over 130 association measures` implemented for any combination of categorical and/or continuous variables.

To install.

``````pip install pypair
``````

Here's a short and sweet snippet for using the API against a dataframe that stores strictly binary data. The Pandas `DataFrame.corr()` method no longer processes non-numeric fields!

``````from pypair.association import binary_binary
from pypair.util import corr

jaccard = lambda a, b: binary_binary(a, b, measure='jaccard')
tanimoto = lambda a, b: binary_binary(a, b, measure='tanimoto_i')

df = get_a_pandas_binary_dataframe()

jaccard_corr = corr(df, jaccard)
tanimoto_corr = corr(df, tanimoto)

print(jaccard_corr)
print('-' * 15)
print(tanimoto_corr)
``````

Another way to get started with PyPair is to use the `convenience` methods whose names indicate the variable pair types.

``````from pypair.association import binary_binary, categorical_categorical, \
binary_continuous, concordance, categorical_continuous, continuous_continuous, confusion, agreement

# assume a and b are the appropriate iterables of values for 2 variables
jaccard = binary_binary(a, b, measure='jaccard')
acc = confusion(a, b, measure='acc')
phi = categorical_categorical(a, b, measure='phi')
kappa = agreement(a, b, measure='cohen_k')
biserial = binary_continuous(a, b, measure='biserial')
tau = concordance(a, b, measure='kendall_tau')
eta = categorical_continuous(a, b, measure='eta')
pearson = continuous_continuous(a, b, measure='pearson')
``````

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Citation

``````@misc{oneoffcoder_pypair_2020,
title={PyPair, A Statistical API for Bivariate Association Measures},
url={https://github.com/oneoffcoder/py-pair},
author={Jee Vang},
year={2020},
month={Nov}}
``````