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Detect leakage with Annoy

We use embeddings to detect duplicates by computing nearest neighbors with the Annoy library. Then, we analyse those examples that leak from the training to the validation split. Although the example is based on image embeddings, the basic play is independent of the data type.

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  • df['nn_id'] contains the sample id for the nearest neighbor in the embedding space.
  • df['split'] contains the name or numeric id for the split for each data sample.
  • df['nn_distance'] contains distance to the nearest neighbor.

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Imports and play as copy-n-paste functions

# Install dependencies
#@title Install required packages with PIP

!pip install renumics-spotlight datasets annoy
# Play as copy-n-paste functions
#@title Play as copy-n-paste functions

import datasets
from renumics import spotlight
from annoy import AnnoyIndex
import pandas as pd
import requests


def nearest_neighbor_annoy(df, embedding_name='embedding', threshold=0.3, tree_size=100):

embs = df[embedding_name]

t = AnnoyIndex(len(embs[0]), 'angular')

for idx, x in enumerate(embs):
t.add_item(idx, x)

t.build(tree_size)

images = df['image']

df_nn = pd.DataFrame()

nn_id = [t.get_nns_by_item(i,2)[1] for i in range(len(embs))]
df_nn['nn_id'] = nn_id
df_nn['nn_image'] = [images[i] for i in nn_id]
df_nn['nn_distance'] = [t.get_distance(i, nn_id[i]) for i in range(len(embs))]
df_nn['nn_flag'] = (df_nn.nn_distance < threshold)

return df_nn


def detect_leakage(df, nn_id_name='nn_id', split_name='split', threshold=0.3):
nn_id = df['nn_id']
split = split = df['split']

df_leak = pd.DataFrame()
df_leak['nn_same_split'] = [True if split[i]==split[nn_id[i]] else False for i in range(len(nn_id))]
df_leak['leakage_flag'] = (df.nn_distance < 0.3) & (df_leak['nn_same_split'] != True )

return df_leak

Step-by-step example on CIFAR-100

Load CIFAR-100 from Huggingface hub and convert it to Pandas dataframe

dataset = datasets.load_dataset("renumics/cifar100-enriched", split="train")
df = dataset.to_pandas()

Compute heuristics for data leakage based on nearest neighbor distance

df_nn = nearest_neighbor_annoy(df)
df = pd.concat([df, df_nn], axis=1)
df_leak = detect_leakage(df)
df = pd.concat([df, df_leak], axis=1)

Inspect and remove leakage with Spotlight

df_show = df.drop(columns=['embedding', 'probabilities'])
layout_url = "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Renumics/spotlight/playbook_initial_draft/playbook/rookie/leakage_annoy.json"
response = requests.get(layout_url)
layout = spotlight.layout.nodes.Layout(**json.loads(response.text))
spotlight.show(df_show, dtype={"image": spotlight.Image, "embedding_reduced": spotlight.Embedding}, layout=layout)