Re: [R] help with mysql and R: partitioning by quintile

From: gj <gawesh_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 14 May 2011 23:09:04 +0100

Hi,
I think I haven't been able to explain correctly what I want. Here another try:
Given that I have the following input:
userid,track,freq

1,1,1
1,2,10
1,3,1
1,4,1
1,5,15
1,6,4
1,7,16
1,8,6
1,9,1
1,10,1
1,11,2
1,12,2
1,13,1
1,14,6
1,15,7
1,16,13
1,17,3
1,18,2
1,19,5
1,20,2
1,21,2
1,22,6
1,23,4
1,24,1
1,25,1
1,26,16
1,27,4
1,28,1
1,29,4
1,30,4
1,31,4
1,32,1
1,33,14
1,34,2
1,35,7

It is a sample of the history of tracks played: userid,track and frequency. What I want is to convert the frequency into a rating scale (1-5) based on the frequency at which a user has played a track, using the following interquintile ranges for the cfd:
 0%-20% = rating 1, 20%-40% = rating 2, .... ,80%-100%=rating 5

Jim kindly provided the following code:
# cheers jim holtman
>x=read.csv(file="C:\\Data\\lastfm\\ratings\\play_history_3.csv",header=T,
sep=',')
># get the quantiles for each user(we want the frequency distribution to be
based on user)
>tq <- tapply(x$freq,x$userid,quantile,prob=c(0.2,0.4,0.6,0.8,1))
># create a matrix with the rownames as the tracks to use in the
findInterval
>tqm <- do.call(rbind, tq)
>#now put the ratings
>require(data.table)
>x.dt <- data.table(x)
>x.new <- x.dt[,list(freq = freq,track=track,rating =
findInterval(freq,tqm[as.character(userid[1L]),], rightmost.closed = TRUE) + 1L),by=userid]
>head(x.new)

     userid freq track rating
[1,]      1    1     1      2
[2,]      1   10     2      5
[3,]      1    1     3      2
[4,]      1    1     4      2
[5,]      1   15     5      5
[6,]      1    4     6      4


which is almost what I wanted except that the ratings are 1 point higher for tracks where the frequency is at the cut-off points in the interquintile range.
To illustrate the quintiles are:

> tq$`1`

 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
   1 2 4 7 16

So, ideally I want (note the different ratings):

     userid freq track rating
[1,]      1    1     1      1
[2,]      1   10     2      5
[3,]      1    1     3      1
[4,]      1    1     4      1
[5,]      1   15     5      5
[6,]      1    4     6      3


Can anybody help me? I'm new to R (as you have probably guessed). Sorry for the long explanation.

Regards
Gawesh

On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 7:37 PM, Dennis Murphy <djmuser_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi:
>
> Is this what you're after?
>
> tq <- with(ds, quantile(freq, seq(0.2, 1, by = 0.2)))
> ds$int <- with(ds, cut(freq, c(0, tq)))
> with(ds, table(int))
>
> int
> (0,1] (1,2] (2,4] (4,7] (7,16]
> 10 6 7 6 6
>
> HTH,
> Dennis
>
> On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 9:42 AM, gj <gawesh_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Jim,
> > Thanks very much for the code. I modified it a bit because I needed to
> > allocate the track ratings by userid (eg if user 1 plays track x once, he
> > gets rating 1, user 1 plays track y 100 times, he gets a rating 5) and
> not
> > by track (sorry if this wasn't clear in my original post).
> >
> > This is almost working! What I can't get right at the moment is the
> cutoff
> > interval for the ratings.
> > Any help please?
> >
> > Sample data:
> >
> > userid,track,freq
> > 1,1,1
> > 1,2,10
> > 1,3,1
> > 1,4,1
> >
> > 1,5,15
> > 1,6,4
> > 1,7,16
> > 1,8,6
> > 1,9,1
> > 1,10,1
> > 1,11,2
> > 1,12,2
> > 1,13,1
> > 1,14,6
> > 1,15,7
> > 1,16,13
> > 1,17,3
> > 1,18,2
> > 1,19,5
> > 1,20,2
> > 1,21,2
> > 1,22,6
> > 1,23,4
> > 1,24,1
> > 1,25,1
> > 1,26,16
> > 1,27,4
> > 1,28,1
> > 1,29,4
> > 1,30,4
> > 1,31,4
> > 1,32,1
> > 1,33,14
> > 1,34,2
> > 1,35,7
> >
> >
> >>tq
> >
> >
> > $'1'
> >
> >
> > 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
> > 1 2 4 7 16
> >
> >
> > >From this distribution I would expect to distribute ratings as follows:
> > freq: <=1 <=2 <=4 <=7 <=16
> > rating: 1 2 3 4 5
> >
> > But my output is (the ratings are correct except at the cut off points):
> > "userid" "freq" "track" "rating"
> > 1 1 1 2
> > 1 10 2 5
> > 1 1 3 2
> > 1 1 4 2
> > 1 15 5 5
> > 1 4 6 4
> > 1 16 7 5
> > 1 6 8 4
> > 1 1 9 2
> > 1 1 10 2
> > 1 2 11 3
> > 1 2 12 3
> > 1 1 13 2
> > 1 6 14 4
> > 1 7 15 5
> > 1 13 16 5
> > 1 3 17 3
> > 1 2 18 3
> > 1 5 19 4
> > 1 2 20 3
> > 1 2 21 3
> > 1 6 22 4
> > 1 4 23 4
> > 1 1 24 2
> > 1 1 25 2
> > 1 16 26 5
> > 1 4 27 4
> > 1 1 28 2
> > 1 4 29 4
> > 1 4 30 4
> > 1 4 31 4
> > 1 1 32 2
> > 1 14 33 5
> > 1 2 34 3
> > 1 7 35 5
> >
> > This is the code:
> > # cheers jim holtman
> > x=read.csv(file="C:\\Data\\lastfm\\ratings\\play_history_3.csv",header=T,
> > sep=',')
> > # get the quantiles for each track
> > tq <- tapply(x$freq,x$userid,quantile,prob=c(0.2,0.4,0.6,0.8,1))
> > # create a matrix with the rownames as the tracks to use in the
> findInterval
> > tqm <- do.call(rbind, tq)
> > #now put the ratings
> > require(data.table)
> > x.dt <- data.table(x)
> > x.new <- x.dt[,list(freq = freq,track=track,rating =
> > findInterval(freq,tqm[as.character(userid[1L]),], rightmost.closed =
> TRUE) +
> > 1L),by=userid]
> >
> > Regards
> > Gawesh
> >
> > On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 10:42 PM, jim holtman <jholtman_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> try this:
> >>
> >> > # create some data
> >> > x <- data.frame(userid = paste('u', rep(1:20, each = 20), sep = '')
> >> + , track = rep(1:20, 20)
> >> + , freq = floor(runif(400, 10, 200))
> >> + , stringsAsFactors = FALSE
> >> + )
> >> > # get the quantiles for each track
> >> > tq <- tapply(x$freq, x$track, quantile, prob = c(.2, .4, .6, .8, 1))
> >> > # create a matrix with the rownames as the tracks to use in the
> >> findInterval
> >> > tqm <- do.call(rbind, tq)
> >> > # now put the ratings
> >> > require(data.table)
> >> > x.dt <- data.table(x)
> >> > x.new <- x.dt[,
> >> + list(userid = userid
> >> + , freq = freq
> >> + , rating = findInterval(freq
> >> + # use track as index into
> >> quantile matrix
> >> + , tqm[as.character(track[1L]),]
> >> + , rightmost.closed = TRUE
> >> + ) + 1L
> >> + )
> >> + , by = track]
> >> >
> >> > head(x.new)
> >> track userid freq rating
> >> [1,] 1 u1 10 1
> >> [2,] 1 u2 15 1
> >> [3,] 1 u3 126 4
> >> [4,] 1 u4 117 3
> >> [5,] 1 u5 76 2
> >> [6,] 1 u6 103 3
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >> On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 2:48 PM, gj <gawesh_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > Hi,
> >> >
> >> > I have a mysql table with fields userid,track,frequency e.g
> >> > u1,1,10
> >> > u1,2,100
> >> > u1,3,110
> >> > u1,4,200
> >> > u1,5,120
> >> > u1,6,130
> >> > .
> >> > u2,1,23
> >> > .
> >> > .
> >> > where "frequency" is the number of times a music track is played by a
> >> > "userid"
> >> >
> >> > I need to turn my 'frequency' table into a rating table (it's for a
> >> > recommender system). So, for each user, I need to categorise the
> >> frequency
> >> > of tracks played by quintile so that each particular track can have 5
> >> > ratings (1-5), with the ratings allocated as follows: inter-quintile
> >> range
> >> > 100-80% = rating 5, inter-quintile range 80-60% = rating 4,
> >> > ..., inter-quintile range 20-0% = rating 1)
> >> >
> >> > Hence, I need to create a table with fields userid,track,rating:
> >> > u1,1,1
> >> > u1,2, 3
> >> > ...
> >> >
> >> > Can anybody help me to do this with R?
> >> >
> >> > Regards
> >> > Gawesh
> >> >
> >> > [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
> >> >
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> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> Jim Holtman
> >> Data Munger Guru
> >>
> >> What is the problem that you are trying to solve?
> >>
> >
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