imbalanced-regression VS autogluon

Compare imbalanced-regression vs autogluon and see what are their differences.

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imbalanced-regression autogluon
1 1
341 4,042
- 5.7%
5.5 9.2
about 2 months ago 7 days ago
Python Python
MIT License Apache License 2.0
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What are some alternatives?

When comparing imbalanced-regression and autogluon you can also consider the following projects:

FLAML - A fast library for AutoML and tuning.

nni - An open source AutoML toolkit for automate machine learning lifecycle, including feature engineering, neural architecture search, model compression and hyper-parameter tuning.

autokeras - AutoML library for deep learning

auto-sklearn - Automated Machine Learning with scikit-learn

tabnet - PyTorch implementation of TabNet paper :

labelme2coco - A lightweight package for converting your labelme annotations into COCO object detection format.

pytorch-metric-learning - The easiest way to use deep metric learning in your application. Modular, flexible, and extensible. Written in PyTorch.

automlbenchmark - OpenML AutoML Benchmarking Framework

d2l-en - Interactive deep learning book with multi-framework code, math, and discussions. Adopted at 300 universities from 55 countries including Stanford, MIT, Harvard, and Cambridge.

shapley - The official implementation of "The Shapley Value of Classifiers in Ensemble Games" (CIKM 2021).

Multimodal-Toolkit - Multimodal model for text and tabular data with HuggingFace transformers as building block for text data

Hyperactive - An optimization and data collection toolbox for convenient and fast prototyping of computationally expensive models.