Source code for opendp.transformations

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'''
The ``transformations`` module provides functions that deterministicly transform datasets.
'''
from opendp._convert import *
from opendp._lib import *
from opendp.mod import *
from opendp.typing import *
from opendp.core import *
from opendp.domains import *
from opendp.metrics import *
from opendp.measures import *
__all__ = [
    "choose_branching_factor",
    "make_b_ary_tree",
    "make_bounded_float_checked_sum",
    "make_bounded_float_ordered_sum",
    "make_bounded_int_monotonic_sum",
    "make_bounded_int_ordered_sum",
    "make_bounded_int_split_sum",
    "make_cast",
    "make_cast_default",
    "make_cast_inherent",
    "make_cdf",
    "make_clamp",
    "make_consistent_b_ary_tree",
    "make_count",
    "make_count_by",
    "make_count_by_categories",
    "make_count_distinct",
    "make_create_dataframe",
    "make_df_cast_default",
    "make_df_is_equal",
    "make_drop_null",
    "make_find",
    "make_find_bin",
    "make_identity",
    "make_impute_constant",
    "make_impute_uniform_float",
    "make_index",
    "make_is_equal",
    "make_is_null",
    "make_lipschitz_float_mul",
    "make_mean",
    "make_metric_bounded",
    "make_metric_unbounded",
    "make_ordered_random",
    "make_quantile_score_candidates",
    "make_quantiles_from_counts",
    "make_resize",
    "make_select_column",
    "make_sized_bounded_float_checked_sum",
    "make_sized_bounded_float_ordered_sum",
    "make_sized_bounded_int_checked_sum",
    "make_sized_bounded_int_monotonic_sum",
    "make_sized_bounded_int_ordered_sum",
    "make_sized_bounded_int_split_sum",
    "make_split_dataframe",
    "make_split_lines",
    "make_split_records",
    "make_subset_by",
    "make_sum",
    "make_sum_of_squared_deviations",
    "make_unordered",
    "make_user_transformation",
    "make_variance",
    "then_b_ary_tree",
    "then_cast",
    "then_cast_default",
    "then_cast_inherent",
    "then_clamp",
    "then_count",
    "then_count_by",
    "then_count_by_categories",
    "then_count_distinct",
    "then_df_cast_default",
    "then_df_is_equal",
    "then_drop_null",
    "then_find",
    "then_find_bin",
    "then_identity",
    "then_impute_constant",
    "then_impute_uniform_float",
    "then_index",
    "then_is_equal",
    "then_is_null",
    "then_mean",
    "then_metric_bounded",
    "then_metric_unbounded",
    "then_ordered_random",
    "then_quantile_score_candidates",
    "then_resize",
    "then_sum",
    "then_sum_of_squared_deviations",
    "then_unordered",
    "then_variance"
]


[docs]def choose_branching_factor( size_guess: int ) -> int: r"""Returns an approximation to the ideal `branching_factor` for a dataset of a given size, that minimizes error in cdf and quantile estimates based on b-ary trees. [choose_branching_factor in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.choose_branching_factor.html) **Citations:** * [QYL13 Understanding Hierarchical Methods for Differentially Private Histograms](http://www.vldb.org/pvldb/vol6/p1954-qardaji.pdf) :param size_guess: A guess at the size of your dataset. :type size_guess: int :rtype: int :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_size_guess = py_to_c(size_guess, c_type=ctypes.c_uint32, type_name=u32) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__choose_branching_factor lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_uint32] lib_function.restype = ctypes.c_uint32 output = c_to_py(lib_function(c_size_guess)) return output
[docs]def make_b_ary_tree( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, leaf_count: int, branching_factor: int ) -> Transformation: r"""Expand a vector of counts into a b-ary tree of counts, where each branch is the sum of its `b` immediate children. [make_b_ary_tree in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_b_ary_tree.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param leaf_count: The number of leaf nodes in the b-ary tree. :type leaf_count: int :param branching_factor: The number of children on each branch of the resulting tree. Larger branching factors result in shallower trees. :type branching_factor: int :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_leaf_count = py_to_c(leaf_count, c_type=ctypes.c_uint32, type_name=u32) c_branching_factor = py_to_c(branching_factor, c_type=ctypes.c_uint32, type_name=u32) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_b_ary_tree lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_uint32, ctypes.c_uint32] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_leaf_count, c_branching_factor), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_b_ary_tree( leaf_count: int, branching_factor: int ): r"""partial constructor of make_b_ary_tree .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_b_ary_tree` :param leaf_count: The number of leaf nodes in the b-ary tree. :type leaf_count: int :param branching_factor: The number of children on each branch of the resulting tree. Larger branching factors result in shallower trees. :type branching_factor: int """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_b_ary_tree( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, leaf_count=leaf_count, branching_factor=branching_factor))
[docs]def make_bounded_float_checked_sum( size_limit: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded data with known dataset size. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size for better utility. Use `make_clamp` to bound data and `make_resize` to establish dataset size. | S (summation algorithm) | input type | | ----------------------- | -------------- | | `Sequential<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | | `Pairwise<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | `S::Item` is the type of all of the following: each bound, each element in the input data, the output data, and the output sensitivity. For example, to construct a transformation that pairwise-sums `f32` half-precision floats, set `S` to `Pairwise<f32>`. [make_bounded_float_checked_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_bounded_float_checked_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<S::Item>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<S::Item>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<S::Item>` :param size_limit: Upper bound on number of records to keep in the input data. :type size_limit: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param S: Summation algorithm to use over some data type `T` (`T` is shorthand for `S::Item`) :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. S = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=S, generics=["T"]) T = get_atom_or_infer(S, get_first(bounds)) # type: ignore S = S.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_size_limit = py_to_c(size_limit, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_S = py_to_c(S, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_bounded_float_checked_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size_limit, c_bounds, c_S), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_bounded_float_ordered_sum( size_limit: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded floats with known ordering. Only useful when `make_bounded_float_checked_sum` returns an error due to potential for overflow. You may need to use `make_ordered_random` to impose an ordering on the data. The utility loss from overestimating the `size_limit` is small. | S (summation algorithm) | input type | | ----------------------- | -------------- | | `Sequential<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | | `Pairwise<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | `S::Item` is the type of all of the following: each bound, each element in the input data, the output data, and the output sensitivity. For example, to construct a transformation that pairwise-sums `f32` half-precision floats, set `S` to `Pairwise<f32>`. [make_bounded_float_ordered_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_bounded_float_ordered_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<S::Item>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<S::Item>` * Input Metric: `InsertDeleteDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<S::Item>` :param size_limit: Upper bound on the number of records in input data. Used to bound sensitivity. :type size_limit: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param S: Summation algorithm to use over some data type `T` (`T` is shorthand for `S::Item`) :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. S = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=S, generics=["T"]) T = get_atom_or_infer(S, get_first(bounds)) # type: ignore S = S.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_size_limit = py_to_c(size_limit, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_S = py_to_c(S, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_bounded_float_ordered_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size_limit, c_bounds, c_S), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_bounded_int_monotonic_sum( bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], T: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded ints, where all values share the same sign. [make_bounded_int_monotonic_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_bounded_int_monotonic_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param T: Atomic Input Type and Output Type :type T: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. T = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=T, public_example=get_first(bounds)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_T = py_to_c(T, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_bounded_int_monotonic_sum lib_function.argtypes = [AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_bounds, c_T), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_bounded_int_ordered_sum( bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], T: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded ints. You may need to use `make_ordered_random` to impose an ordering on the data. [make_bounded_int_ordered_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_bounded_int_ordered_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `InsertDeleteDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param T: Atomic Input Type and Output Type :type T: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. T = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=T, public_example=get_first(bounds)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_T = py_to_c(T, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_bounded_int_ordered_sum lib_function.argtypes = [AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_bounds, c_T), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_bounded_int_split_sum( bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], T: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded ints. Adds the saturating sum of the positives to the saturating sum of the negatives. [make_bounded_int_split_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_bounded_int_split_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param T: Atomic Input Type and Output Type :type T: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. T = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=T, public_example=get_first(bounds)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_T = py_to_c(T, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_bounded_int_split_sum lib_function.argtypes = [AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_bounds, c_T), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_cast( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that casts a vector of data from type `TIA` to type `TOA`. For each element, failure to parse results in `None`, else `Some(out)`. Can be chained with `make_impute_constant` or `make_drop_null` to handle nullity. [make_cast in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_cast.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<OptionDomain<AtomDomain<TOA>>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TOA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TOA) # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_cast lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_TOA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_cast( TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ): r"""partial constructor of make_cast .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_cast` :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_cast( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, TOA=TOA))
[docs]def make_cast_default( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that casts a vector of data from type `TIA` to type `TOA`. Any element that fails to cast is filled with default. | `TIA` | `TIA::default()` | | ------ | ---------------- | | float | `0.` | | int | `0` | | string | `""` | | bool | `false` | [make_cast_default in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_cast_default.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TOA>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TOA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TOA) TIA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore M = get_type(input_metric) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_cast_default lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_TOA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_cast_default( TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ): r"""partial constructor of make_cast_default .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_cast_default` :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_cast_default( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, TOA=TOA))
[docs]def make_cast_inherent( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that casts a vector of data from type `TIA` to a type that can represent nullity `TOA`. If cast fails, fill with `TOA`'s null value. | `TIA` | `TIA::default()` | | ------ | ---------------- | | float | NaN | [make_cast_inherent in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_cast_inherent.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TOA>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TOA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TOA) # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_cast_inherent lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_TOA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_cast_inherent( TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ): r"""partial constructor of make_cast_inherent .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_cast_inherent` :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_cast_inherent( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, TOA=TOA))
[docs]def make_cdf( TA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "float" ) -> Function: r"""Postprocess a noisy array of float summary counts into a cumulative distribution. [make_cdf in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_cdf.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Type: `Vec<TA>` * Output Type: `Vec<TA>` :param TA: Atomic Type. One of `f32` or `f64` :type TA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Function :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TA) # Convert arguments to c types. c_TA = py_to_c(TA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_cdf lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_TA), Function)) return output
[docs]def make_clamp( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that clamps numeric data in `Vec<TA>` to `bounds`. If datum is less than lower, let datum be lower. If datum is greater than upper, let datum be upper. [make_clamp in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_clamp.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` **Proof Definition:** [(Proof Document)](https://docs.opendp.org/en/nightly/proofs/rust/src/transformations/clamp/make_clamp.pdf) :param input_domain: Domain of input data. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: Metric on input domain. :type input_metric: Metric :param bounds: Tuple of inclusive lower and upper bounds. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[TA, TA])) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_clamp lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_bounds), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_clamp( bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] ): r"""partial constructor of make_clamp .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_clamp` :param bounds: Tuple of inclusive lower and upper bounds. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_clamp( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, bounds=bounds))
[docs]def make_consistent_b_ary_tree( branching_factor: int, TIA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int", TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "float" ) -> Function: r"""Postprocessor that makes a noisy b-ary tree internally consistent, and returns the leaf layer. The input argument of the function is a balanced `b`-ary tree implicitly stored in breadth-first order Tree is assumed to be complete, as in, all leaves on the last layer are on the left. Non-existent leaves are assumed to be zero. The output remains consistent even when leaf nodes are missing. This is due to an adjustment to the original algorithm to apportion corrections to children relative to their variance. [make_consistent_b_ary_tree in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_consistent_b_ary_tree.html) **Citations:** * [HRMS09 Boosting the Accuracy of Differentially Private Histograms Through Consistency, section 4.1](https://arxiv.org/pdf/0904.0942.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Type: `Vec<TIA>` * Output Type: `Vec<TOA>` :param branching_factor: the maximum number of children :type branching_factor: int :param TIA: Atomic type of the input data. Should be an integer type. :type TIA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :param TOA: Atomic type of the output data. Should be a float type. :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Function :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TIA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TIA) TOA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TOA) # Convert arguments to c types. c_branching_factor = py_to_c(branching_factor, c_type=ctypes.c_uint32, type_name=u32) c_TIA = py_to_c(TIA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_consistent_b_ary_tree lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_uint32, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_branching_factor, c_TIA, c_TOA), Function)) return output
[docs]def make_count( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, TO: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes a count of the number of records in data. [make_count in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_count.html) **Citations:** * [GRS12 Universally Utility-Maximizing Privacy Mechanisms](https://theory.stanford.edu/~tim/papers/priv.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<TO>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<TO>` **Proof Definition:** [(Proof Document)](https://docs.opendp.org/en/nightly/proofs/rust/src/transformations/count/make_count.pdf) :param input_domain: Domain of the data type to be privatized. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: Metric of the data type to be privatized. :type input_metric: Metric :param TO: Output Type. Must be numeric. :type TO: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TO = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TO) # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_TO = py_to_c(TO, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_count lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_TO), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_count( TO: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ): r"""partial constructor of make_count .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_count` :param TO: Output Type. Must be numeric. :type TO: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_count( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, TO=TO))
[docs]def make_count_by( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, MO: SensitivityMetric, TV: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the count of each unique value in data. This assumes that the category set is unknown. [make_count_by in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_count_by.html) **Citations:** * [BV17 Differential Privacy on Finite Computers](https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.05396) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TK>>` * Output Domain: `MapDomain<AtomDomain<TK>, AtomDomain<TV>>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `MO` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param MO: Output Metric. :type MO: SensitivityMetric :param TV: Type of Value. Express counts in terms of this integral type. :type TV: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :return: The carrier type is `HashMap<TK, TV>`, a hashmap of the count (`TV`) for each unique data input (`TK`). :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. MO = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=MO) TV = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TV) # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_MO = py_to_c(MO, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) c_TV = py_to_c(TV, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_count_by lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_MO, c_TV), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_count_by( MO: SensitivityMetric, TV: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ): r"""partial constructor of make_count_by .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_count_by` :param MO: Output Metric. :type MO: SensitivityMetric :param TV: Type of Value. Express counts in terms of this integral type. :type TV: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_count_by( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, MO=MO, TV=TV))
[docs]def make_count_by_categories( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, categories: Any, null_category: bool = True, MO: SensitivityMetric = "L1Distance<int>", TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the number of times each category appears in the data. This assumes that the category set is known. [make_count_by_categories in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_count_by_categories.html) **Citations:** * [GRS12 Universally Utility-Maximizing Privacy Mechanisms](https://theory.stanford.edu/~tim/papers/priv.pdf) * [BV17 Differential Privacy on Finite Computers](https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.05396) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TOA>>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `MO` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param categories: The set of categories to compute counts for. :type categories: Any :param null_category: Include a count of the number of elements that were not in the category set at the end of the vector. :type null_category: bool :param MO: Output Metric. :type MO: SensitivityMetric :param TOA: Atomic Output Type that is numeric. :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :return: The carrier type is `Vec<TOA>`, a vector of the counts (`TOA`). :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. MO = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=MO) TOA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TOA) TIA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_categories = py_to_c(categories, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[TIA])) c_null_category = py_to_c(null_category, c_type=ctypes.c_bool, type_name=bool) c_MO = py_to_c(MO, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_count_by_categories lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_bool, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_categories, c_null_category, c_MO, c_TOA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_count_by_categories( categories: Any, null_category: bool = True, MO: SensitivityMetric = "L1Distance<int>", TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ): r"""partial constructor of make_count_by_categories .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_count_by_categories` :param categories: The set of categories to compute counts for. :type categories: Any :param null_category: Include a count of the number of elements that were not in the category set at the end of the vector. :type null_category: bool :param MO: Output Metric. :type MO: SensitivityMetric :param TOA: Atomic Output Type that is numeric. :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_count_by_categories( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, categories=categories, null_category=null_category, MO=MO, TOA=TOA))
[docs]def make_count_distinct( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, TO: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes a count of the number of unique, distinct records in data. [make_count_distinct in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_count_distinct.html) **Citations:** * [GRS12 Universally Utility-Maximizing Privacy Mechanisms](https://theory.stanford.edu/~tim/papers/priv.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<TO>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<TO>` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param TO: Output Type. Must be numeric. :type TO: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TO = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TO) # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_TO = py_to_c(TO, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_count_distinct lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_TO), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_count_distinct( TO: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "int" ): r"""partial constructor of make_count_distinct .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_count_distinct` :param TO: Output Type. Must be numeric. :type TO: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_count_distinct( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, TO=TO))
[docs]def make_create_dataframe( col_names: Any, K: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that constructs a dataframe from a `Vec<Vec<String>>` (a vector of records). [make_create_dataframe in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_create_dataframe.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<VectorDomain<AtomDomain<String>>>` * Output Domain: `DataFrameDomain<K>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `SymmetricDistance` :param col_names: Column names for each record entry. :type col_names: Any :param K: categorical/hashable data type of column names :type K: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. K = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=K, public_example=get_first(col_names)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_col_names = py_to_c(col_names, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[K])) c_K = py_to_c(K, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_create_dataframe lib_function.argtypes = [AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_col_names, c_K), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_df_cast_default( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, column_name: Any, TIA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor, TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that casts the elements in a column in a dataframe from type `TIA` to type `TOA`. If cast fails, fill with default. | `TIA` | `TIA::default()` | | ------ | ---------------- | | float | `0.` | | int | `0` | | string | `""` | | bool | `false` | [make_df_cast_default in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_df_cast_default.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `DataFrameDomain<TK>` * Output Domain: `DataFrameDomain<TK>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param column_name: column name to be transformed :type column_name: Any :param TIA: Atomic Input Type to cast from :type TIA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TIA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TIA) TOA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TOA) TK = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore M = get_type(input_metric) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_column_name = py_to_c(column_name, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=TK) c_TIA = py_to_c(TIA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_df_cast_default lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_column_name, c_TIA, c_TOA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_df_cast_default( column_name: Any, TIA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor, TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor ): r"""partial constructor of make_df_cast_default .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_df_cast_default` :param column_name: column name to be transformed :type column_name: Any :param TIA: Atomic Input Type to cast from :type TIA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to cast into :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_df_cast_default( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, column_name=column_name, TIA=TIA, TOA=TOA))
[docs]def make_df_is_equal( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, column_name: Any, value: Any, TIA: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that checks if each element in a column in a dataframe is equivalent to `value`. [make_df_is_equal in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_df_is_equal.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `DataFrameDomain<TK>` * Output Domain: `DataFrameDomain<TK>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param column_name: Column name to be transformed :type column_name: Any :param value: Value to check for equality :type value: Any :param TIA: Atomic Input Type to cast from :type TIA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TIA = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=TIA, public_example=value) TK = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore M = get_type(input_metric) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_column_name = py_to_c(column_name, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=TK) c_value = py_to_c(value, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=TIA) c_TIA = py_to_c(TIA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_df_is_equal lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_column_name, c_value, c_TIA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_df_is_equal( column_name: Any, value: Any, TIA: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ): r"""partial constructor of make_df_is_equal .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_df_is_equal` :param column_name: Column name to be transformed :type column_name: Any :param value: Value to check for equality :type value: Any :param TIA: Atomic Input Type to cast from :type TIA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_df_is_equal( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, column_name=column_name, value=value, TIA=TIA))
[docs]def make_drop_null( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that drops null values. | input_domain | | ----------------------------------------------- | | `vector_domain(option_domain(atom_domain(TA)))` | | `vector_domain(atom_domain(TA))` | [make_drop_null in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_drop_null.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<DIA>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<DIA::Imputed>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_drop_null lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_drop_null( ): r"""partial constructor of make_drop_null .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_drop_null` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_drop_null( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_find( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, categories: Any ) -> Transformation: r"""Find the index of a data value in a set of categories. For each value in the input vector, finds the index of the value in `categories`. If an index is found, returns `Some(index)`, else `None`. Chain with `make_impute_constant` or `make_drop_null` to handle nullity. [make_find in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_find.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<OptionDomain<AtomDomain<usize>>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: The domain of the input vector. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: The metric of the input vector. :type input_metric: Metric :param categories: The set of categories to find indexes from. :type categories: Any :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TIA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_categories = py_to_c(categories, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[TIA])) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_find lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_categories), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_find( categories: Any ): r"""partial constructor of make_find .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_find` :param categories: The set of categories to find indexes from. :type categories: Any """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_find( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, categories=categories))
[docs]def make_find_bin( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, edges: Any ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a transformation that finds the bin index in a monotonically increasing vector of edges. For each value in the input vector, finds the index of the bin the value falls into. `edges` splits the entire range of `TIA` into bins. The first bin at index zero ranges from negative infinity to the first edge, non-inclusive. The last bin at index `edges.len()` ranges from the last bin, inclusive, to positive infinity. To be valid, `edges` must be unique and ordered. `edges` are left inclusive, right exclusive. [make_find_bin in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_find_bin.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<usize>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: The domain of the input vector. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: The metric of the input vector. :type input_metric: Metric :param edges: The set of edges to split bins by. :type edges: Any :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TIA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_edges = py_to_c(edges, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[TIA])) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_find_bin lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_edges), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_find_bin( edges: Any ): r"""partial constructor of make_find_bin .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_find_bin` :param edges: The set of edges to split bins by. :type edges: Any """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_find_bin( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, edges=edges))
[docs]def make_identity( domain: Domain, metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation representing the identity function. WARNING: In Python, this function does not ensure that the domain and metric form a valid metric space. However, if the domain and metric do not form a valid metric space, then the resulting Transformation won't be chainable with any valid Transformation, so it cannot be used to introduce an invalid metric space into a chain of valid Transformations. [make_identity in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_identity.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `D` * Output Domain: `D` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param domain: :type domain: Domain :param metric: :type metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib", "honest-but-curious") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_domain = py_to_c(domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_metric = py_to_c(metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_identity lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_domain, c_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_identity( ): r"""partial constructor of make_identity .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_identity` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda domain, metric: make_identity( domain=domain, metric=metric))
[docs]def make_impute_constant( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, constant: Any ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that replaces null/None data with `constant`. If chaining after a `make_cast`, the input type is `Option<Vec<TA>>`. If chaining after a `make_cast_inherent`, the input type is `Vec<TA>`, where `TA` may take on float NaNs. | input_domain | Input Data Type | | ----------------------------------------------- | ----------------- | | `vector_domain(option_domain(atom_domain(TA)))` | `Vec<Option<TA>>` | | `vector_domain(atom_domain(TA))` | `Vec<TA>` | [make_impute_constant in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_impute_constant.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<DIA>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<DIA::Imputed>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: Domain of the input data. See table above. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: Metric of the input data. A dataset metric. :type input_metric: Metric :param constant: Value to replace nulls with. :type constant: Any :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_constant = py_to_c(constant, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=get_atom(get_type(input_domain))) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_impute_constant lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_constant), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_impute_constant( constant: Any ): r"""partial constructor of make_impute_constant .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_impute_constant` :param constant: Value to replace nulls with. :type constant: Any """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_impute_constant( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, constant=constant))
[docs]def make_impute_uniform_float( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that replaces NaN values in `Vec<TA>` with uniformly distributed floats within `bounds`. [make_impute_uniform_float in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_impute_uniform_float.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: Domain of the input. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: Metric of the input. :type input_metric: Metric :param bounds: Tuple of inclusive lower and upper bounds. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[TA, TA])) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_impute_uniform_float lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_bounds), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_impute_uniform_float( bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] ): r"""partial constructor of make_impute_uniform_float .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_impute_uniform_float` :param bounds: Tuple of inclusive lower and upper bounds. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_impute_uniform_float( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, bounds=bounds))
[docs]def make_index( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, categories: Any, null: Any, TOA: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a transformation that treats each element as an index into a vector of categories. [make_index in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_index.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<usize>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TOA>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: The domain of the input vector. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: The metric of the input vector. :type input_metric: Metric :param categories: The set of categories to index into. :type categories: Any :param null: Category to return if the index is out-of-range of the category set. :type null: Any :param TOA: Atomic Output Type. Output data will be `Vec<TOA>`. :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TOA = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=TOA, public_example=get_first(categories)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_categories = py_to_c(categories, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[TOA])) c_null = py_to_c(null, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=TOA) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_index lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_categories, c_null, c_TOA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_index( categories: Any, null: Any, TOA: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ): r"""partial constructor of make_index .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_index` :param categories: The set of categories to index into. :type categories: Any :param null: Category to return if the index is out-of-range of the category set. :type null: Any :param TOA: Atomic Output Type. Output data will be `Vec<TOA>`. :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_index( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, categories=categories, null=null, TOA=TOA))
[docs]def make_is_equal( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, value: Any ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that checks if each element is equal to `value`. [make_is_equal in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_is_equal.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<bool>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` **Proof Definition:** [(Proof Document)](https://docs.opendp.org/en/nightly/proofs/rust/src/trans/manipulation/make_is_equal.pdf) :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param value: value to check against :type value: Any :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TIA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore M = get_type(input_metric) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_value = py_to_c(value, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=TIA) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_is_equal lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_value), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_is_equal( value: Any ): r"""partial constructor of make_is_equal .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_is_equal` :param value: value to check against :type value: Any """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_is_equal( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, value=value))
[docs]def make_is_null( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that checks if each element in a vector is null. [make_is_null in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_is_null.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<DIA>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<bool>>` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_is_null lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_is_null( ): r"""partial constructor of make_is_null .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_is_null` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_is_null( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_lipschitz_float_mul( constant, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], D: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "AtomDomain<T>", M: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "AbsoluteDistance<T>" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a transformation that multiplies an aggregate by a constant. The bounds clamp the input, in order to bound the increase in sensitivity from float rounding. [make_lipschitz_float_mul in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_lipschitz_float_mul.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `D` * Output Domain: `D` * Input Metric: `M` * Output Metric: `M` :param constant: The constant to multiply aggregates by. :param bounds: Tuple of inclusive lower and upper bounds. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param D: Domain of the function. Must be `AtomDomain<T>` or `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` :type D: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :param M: Metric. Must be `AbsoluteDistance<T>`, `L1Distance<T>` or `L2Distance<T>` :type M: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. D = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=D, generics=["T"]) M = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=M, generics=["T"]) T = get_atom_or_infer(D, constant) # type: ignore D = D.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore M = M.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_constant = py_to_c(constant, c_type=ctypes.c_void_p, type_name=T) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_D = py_to_c(D, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) c_M = py_to_c(M, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_lipschitz_float_mul lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_void_p, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_constant, c_bounds, c_D, c_M), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_mean( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the mean of bounded data. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size. Use `make_clamp` to bound data and `make_resize` to establish dataset size. [make_mean in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_mean.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_mean lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_mean( ): r"""partial constructor of make_mean .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_mean` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_mean( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_metric_bounded( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that converts the unbounded dataset metric `MI` to the respective bounded dataset metric with a no-op. The constructor enforces that the input domain has known size, because it must have known size to be valid under a bounded dataset metric. | `MI` | `MI::BoundedMetric` | | -------------------- | ------------------- | | SymmetricDistance | ChangeOneDistance | | InsertDeleteDistance | HammingDistance | [make_metric_bounded in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_metric_bounded.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `D` * Output Domain: `D` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `MI::BoundedMetric` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_metric_bounded lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_metric_bounded( ): r"""partial constructor of make_metric_bounded .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_metric_bounded` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_metric_bounded( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_metric_unbounded( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that converts the bounded dataset metric `MI` to the respective unbounded dataset metric with a no-op. | `MI` | `MI::UnboundedMetric` | | ----------------- | --------------------- | | ChangeOneDistance | SymmetricDistance | | HammingDistance | InsertDeleteDistance | [make_metric_unbounded in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_metric_unbounded.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `D` * Output Domain: `D` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `MI::UnboundedMetric` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_metric_unbounded lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_metric_unbounded( ): r"""partial constructor of make_metric_unbounded .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_metric_unbounded` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_metric_unbounded( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_ordered_random( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that converts the unordered dataset metric `SymmetricDistance` to the respective ordered dataset metric `InsertDeleteDistance` by assigning a random permutation. | `MI` | `MI::OrderedMetric` | | ----------------- | -------------------- | | SymmetricDistance | InsertDeleteDistance | | ChangeOneDistance | HammingDistance | [make_ordered_random in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_ordered_random.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `D` * Output Domain: `D` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `MI::OrderedMetric` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_ordered_random lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_ordered_random( ): r"""partial constructor of make_ordered_random .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_ordered_random` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_ordered_random( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_quantile_score_candidates( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, candidates: Any, alpha: float ) -> Transformation: r"""Makes a Transformation that scores how similar each candidate is to the given `alpha`-quantile on the input dataset. [make_quantile_score_candidates in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_quantile_score_candidates.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TIA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<usize>>` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `LInfDistance<usize>` **Proof Definition:** [(Proof Document)](https://docs.opendp.org/en/nightly/proofs/rust/src/transformations/quantile_score_candidates/make_quantile_score_candidates.pdf) :param input_domain: Uses a tighter sensitivity when the size of vectors in the input domain is known. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: Either SymmetricDistance or InsertDeleteDistance. :type input_metric: Metric :param candidates: Potential quantiles to score :type candidates: Any :param alpha: a value in $[0, 1]$. Choose 0.5 for median :type alpha: float :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TIA = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_candidates = py_to_c(candidates, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[TIA])) c_alpha = py_to_c(alpha, c_type=ctypes.c_double, type_name=f64) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_quantile_score_candidates lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_double] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_candidates, c_alpha), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_quantile_score_candidates( candidates: Any, alpha: float ): r"""partial constructor of make_quantile_score_candidates .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_quantile_score_candidates` :param candidates: Potential quantiles to score :type candidates: Any :param alpha: a value in $[0, 1]$. Choose 0.5 for median :type alpha: float """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_quantile_score_candidates( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, candidates=candidates, alpha=alpha))
[docs]def make_quantiles_from_counts( bin_edges: Any, alphas: Any, interpolation: str = "linear", TA: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None, F: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "float" ) -> Function: r"""Postprocess a noisy array of summary counts into quantiles. [make_quantiles_from_counts in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_quantiles_from_counts.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Type: `Vec<TA>` * Output Type: `Vec<TA>` :param bin_edges: The edges that the input data was binned into before counting. :type bin_edges: Any :param alphas: Return all specified `alpha`-quantiles. :type alphas: Any :param interpolation: Must be one of `linear` or `nearest` :type interpolation: str :param TA: Atomic Type of the bin edges and data. :type TA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :param F: Float type of the alpha argument. One of `f32` or `f64` :type F: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Function :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TA = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=TA, public_example=get_first(bin_edges)) F = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=F, public_example=get_first(alphas)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_bin_edges = py_to_c(bin_edges, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[TA])) c_alphas = py_to_c(alphas, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[F])) c_interpolation = py_to_c(interpolation, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p, type_name=String) c_TA = py_to_c(TA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) c_F = py_to_c(F, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_quantiles_from_counts lib_function.argtypes = [AnyObjectPtr, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_bin_edges, c_alphas, c_interpolation, c_TA, c_F), Function)) return output
[docs]def make_resize( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, size: int, constant: Any, MO: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "SymmetricDistance" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that either truncates or imputes records with `constant` to match a provided `size`. [make_resize in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_resize.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TA>>` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `MO` :param input_domain: Domain of input data. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: Metric of input data. :type input_metric: Metric :param size: Number of records in output data. :type size: int :param constant: Value to impute with. :type constant: Any :param MO: Output Metric. One of `InsertDeleteDistance` or `SymmetricDistance` :type MO: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :return: A vector of the same type `TA`, but with the provided `size`. :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. MO = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=MO) # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_size = py_to_c(size, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_constant = py_to_c(constant, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=get_atom(get_type(input_domain))) c_MO = py_to_c(MO, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_resize lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_size, c_constant, c_MO), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_resize( size: int, constant: Any, MO: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "SymmetricDistance" ): r"""partial constructor of make_resize .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_resize` :param size: Number of records in output data. :type size: int :param constant: Value to impute with. :type constant: Any :param MO: Output Metric. One of `InsertDeleteDistance` or `SymmetricDistance` :type MO: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_resize( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, size=size, constant=constant, MO=MO))
[docs]def make_select_column( key: Any, TOA: RuntimeTypeDescriptor, K: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that retrieves the column `key` from a dataframe as `Vec<TOA>`. [make_select_column in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_select_column.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `DataFrameDomain<K>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<TOA>>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `SymmetricDistance` :param key: categorical/hashable data type of the key/column name :type key: Any :param K: data type of key :type K: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :param TOA: Atomic Output Type to downcast vector to :type TOA: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. K = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=K, public_example=key) TOA = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=TOA) # Convert arguments to c types. c_key = py_to_c(key, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=K) c_K = py_to_c(K, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) c_TOA = py_to_c(TOA, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_select_column lib_function.argtypes = [AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_key, c_K, c_TOA), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_sized_bounded_float_checked_sum( size: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded floats with known dataset size. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size for better utility. | S (summation algorithm) | input type | | ----------------------- | -------------- | | `Sequential<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | | `Pairwise<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | `S::Item` is the type of all of the following: each bound, each element in the input data, the output data, and the output sensitivity. For example, to construct a transformation that pairwise-sums `f32` half-precision floats, set `S` to `Pairwise<f32>`. [make_sized_bounded_float_checked_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sized_bounded_float_checked_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<S::Item>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<S::Item>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<S::Item>` :param size: Number of records in input data. :type size: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param S: Summation algorithm to use over some data type `T` (`T` is shorthand for `S::Item`) :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. S = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=S, generics=["T"]) T = get_atom_or_infer(S, get_first(bounds)) # type: ignore S = S.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_size = py_to_c(size, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_S = py_to_c(S, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sized_bounded_float_checked_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size, c_bounds, c_S), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_sized_bounded_float_ordered_sum( size: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded floats with known ordering and dataset size. Only useful when `make_bounded_float_checked_sum` returns an error due to potential for overflow. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size for better utility. You may need to use `make_ordered_random` to impose an ordering on the data. | S (summation algorithm) | input type | | ----------------------- | -------------- | | `Sequential<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | | `Pairwise<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | `S::Item` is the type of all of the following: each bound, each element in the input data, the output data, and the output sensitivity. For example, to construct a transformation that pairwise-sums `f32` half-precision floats, set `S` to `Pairwise<f32>`. [make_sized_bounded_float_ordered_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sized_bounded_float_ordered_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<S::Item>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<S::Item>` * Input Metric: `InsertDeleteDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<S::Item>` :param size: Number of records in input data. :type size: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param S: Summation algorithm to use over some data type `T` (`T` is shorthand for `S::Item`) :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. S = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=S, generics=["T"]) T = get_atom_or_infer(S, get_first(bounds)) # type: ignore S = S.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_size = py_to_c(size, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_S = py_to_c(S, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sized_bounded_float_ordered_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size, c_bounds, c_S), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_sized_bounded_int_checked_sum( size: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], T: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded ints. The effective range is reduced, as (bounds * size) must not overflow. [make_sized_bounded_int_checked_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sized_bounded_int_checked_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param size: Number of records in input data. :type size: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param T: Atomic Input Type and Output Type :type T: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. T = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=T, public_example=get_first(bounds)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_size = py_to_c(size, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_T = py_to_c(T, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sized_bounded_int_checked_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size, c_bounds, c_T), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_sized_bounded_int_monotonic_sum( size: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], T: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded ints, where all values share the same sign. [make_sized_bounded_int_monotonic_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sized_bounded_int_monotonic_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param size: Number of records in input data. :type size: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param T: Atomic Input Type and Output Type :type T: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. T = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=T, public_example=get_first(bounds)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_size = py_to_c(size, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_T = py_to_c(T, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sized_bounded_int_monotonic_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size, c_bounds, c_T), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_sized_bounded_int_ordered_sum( size: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], T: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded ints with known dataset size. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size for better utility. You may need to use `make_ordered_random` to impose an ordering on the data. [make_sized_bounded_int_ordered_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sized_bounded_int_ordered_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `InsertDeleteDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param size: Number of records in input data. :type size: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param T: Atomic Input Type and Output Type :type T: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. T = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=T, public_example=get_first(bounds)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_size = py_to_c(size, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_T = py_to_c(T, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sized_bounded_int_ordered_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size, c_bounds, c_T), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_sized_bounded_int_split_sum( size: int, bounds: Tuple[Any, Any], T: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded ints with known dataset size. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size for better utility. Adds the saturating sum of the positives to the saturating sum of the negatives. [make_sized_bounded_int_split_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sized_bounded_int_split_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param size: Number of records in input data. :type size: int :param bounds: Tuple of lower and upper bounds for data in the input domain. :type bounds: Tuple[Any, Any] :param T: Atomic Input Type and Output Type :type T: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. T = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=T, public_example=get_first(bounds)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_size = py_to_c(size, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_bounds = py_to_c(bounds, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Tuple', args=[T, T])) c_T = py_to_c(T, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sized_bounded_int_split_sum lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_size_t, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_size, c_bounds, c_T), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_split_dataframe( separator: str, col_names: Any, K: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that splits each record in a String into a `Vec<Vec<String>>`, and loads the resulting table into a dataframe keyed by `col_names`. [make_split_dataframe in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_split_dataframe.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `AtomDomain<String>` * Output Domain: `DataFrameDomain<K>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `SymmetricDistance` :param separator: The token(s) that separate entries in each record. :type separator: str :param col_names: Column names for each record entry. :type col_names: Any :param K: categorical/hashable data type of column names :type K: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. K = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=K, public_example=get_first(col_names)) # Convert arguments to c types. c_separator = py_to_c(separator, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p, type_name=None) c_col_names = py_to_c(col_names, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[K])) c_K = py_to_c(K, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_split_dataframe lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_char_p, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_separator, c_col_names, c_K), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_split_lines( ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that takes a string and splits it into a `Vec<String>` of its lines. [make_split_lines in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_split_lines.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `AtomDomain<String>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<String>>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `SymmetricDistance` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # No arguments to convert to c types. # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_split_lines lib_function.argtypes = [] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_split_records( separator: str ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that splits each record in a `Vec<String>` into a `Vec<Vec<String>>`. [make_split_records in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_split_records.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<String>>` * Output Domain: `VectorDomain<VectorDomain<AtomDomain<String>>>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `SymmetricDistance` :param separator: The token(s) that separate entries in each record. :type separator: str :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_separator = py_to_c(separator, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_split_records lib_function.argtypes = [ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_separator), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_subset_by( indicator_column: Any, keep_columns: Any, TK: Optional[RuntimeTypeDescriptor] = None ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that subsets a dataframe by a boolean column. [make_subset_by in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_subset_by.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `DataFrameDomain<TK>` * Output Domain: `DataFrameDomain<TK>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `SymmetricDistance` :param indicator_column: name of the boolean column that indicates inclusion in the subset :type indicator_column: Any :param keep_columns: list of column names to apply subset to :type keep_columns: Any :param TK: Type of the column name :type TK: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. TK = RuntimeType.parse_or_infer(type_name=TK, public_example=indicator_column) # Convert arguments to c types. c_indicator_column = py_to_c(indicator_column, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=TK) c_keep_columns = py_to_c(keep_columns, c_type=AnyObjectPtr, type_name=RuntimeType(origin='Vec', args=[TK])) c_TK = py_to_c(TK, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_subset_by lib_function.argtypes = [AnyObjectPtr, AnyObjectPtr, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_indicator_column, c_keep_columns, c_TK), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def make_sum( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of bounded data. Use `make_clamp` to bound data. If dataset size is known, uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size for better utility. [make_sum in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sum.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<T>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<T>` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<T>` :param input_domain: Domain of the input data. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: One of `SymmetricDistance` or `InsertDeleteDistance`. :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sum lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_sum( ): r"""partial constructor of make_sum .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_sum` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_sum( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_sum_of_squared_deviations( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the sum of squared deviations of bounded data. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size. Use `make_clamp` to bound data and `make_resize` to establish dataset size. | S (summation algorithm) | input type | | ----------------------- | -------------- | | `Sequential<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | | `Pairwise<S::Item>` | `Vec<S::Item>` | `S::Item` is the type of all of the following: each bound, each element in the input data, the output data, and the output sensitivity. For example, to construct a transformation that computes the SSD of `f32` half-precision floats, set `S` to `Pairwise<f32>`. [make_sum_of_squared_deviations in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_sum_of_squared_deviations.html) **Citations:** * [CSVW22 Widespread Underestimation of Sensitivity...](https://arxiv.org/pdf/2207.10635.pdf) * [DMNS06 Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis](https://people.csail.mit.edu/asmith/PS/sensitivity-tcc-final.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<S::Item>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<S::Item>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<S::Item>` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param S: Summation algorithm to use on data type `T`. One of `Sequential<T>` or `Pairwise<T>`. :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. S = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=S, generics=["T"]) T = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore S = S.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_S = py_to_c(S, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_sum_of_squared_deviations lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_S), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_sum_of_squared_deviations( S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ): r"""partial constructor of make_sum_of_squared_deviations .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_sum_of_squared_deviations` :param S: Summation algorithm to use on data type `T`. One of `Sequential<T>` or `Pairwise<T>`. :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_sum_of_squared_deviations( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, S=S))
[docs]def make_unordered( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that converts the ordered dataset metric `MI` to the respective ordered dataset metric with a no-op. | `MI` | `MI::UnorderedMetric` | | -------------------- | --------------------- | | InsertDeleteDistance | SymmetricDistance | | HammingDistance | ChangeOneDistance | [make_unordered in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_unordered.html) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `D` * Output Domain: `D` * Input Metric: `MI` * Output Metric: `MI::UnorderedMetric` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_unordered lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_unordered( ): r"""partial constructor of make_unordered .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_unordered` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_unordered( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric))
[docs]def make_user_transformation( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, output_domain: Domain, output_metric: Metric, function, stability_map ) -> Transformation: r"""Construct a Transformation from user-defined callbacks. :param input_domain: A domain describing the set of valid inputs for the function. :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: The metric from which distances between adjacent inputs are measured. :type input_metric: Metric :param output_domain: A domain describing the set of valid outputs of the function. :type output_domain: Domain :param output_metric: The metric from which distances between outputs of adjacent inputs are measured. :type output_metric: Metric :param function: A function mapping data from `input_domain` to `output_domain`. :param stability_map: A function mapping distances from `input_metric` to `output_metric`. :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib", "honest-but-curious") # No type arguments to standardize. # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=AnyDomain) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=AnyMetric) c_output_domain = py_to_c(output_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=AnyDomain) c_output_metric = py_to_c(output_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=AnyMetric) c_function = py_to_c(function, c_type=CallbackFn, type_name=domain_carrier_type(output_domain)) c_stability_map = py_to_c(stability_map, c_type=CallbackFn, type_name=metric_distance_type(output_metric)) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_user_transformation lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, Domain, Metric, CallbackFn, CallbackFn] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_output_domain, c_output_metric, c_function, c_stability_map), Transformation)) output._depends_on(input_domain, input_metric, output_domain, output_metric, c_function, c_stability_map) return output
[docs]def make_variance( input_domain: Domain, input_metric: Metric, ddof: int = 1, S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ) -> Transformation: r"""Make a Transformation that computes the variance of bounded data. This uses a restricted-sensitivity proof that takes advantage of known dataset size. Use `make_clamp` to bound data and `make_resize` to establish dataset size. [make_variance in Rust documentation.](https://docs.rs/opendp/latest/opendp/transformations/fn.make_variance.html) **Citations:** * [DHK15 Differential Privacy for Social Science Inference](http://hona.kr/papers/files/DOrazioHonakerKingPrivacy.pdf) **Supporting Elements:** * Input Domain: `VectorDomain<AtomDomain<S::Item>>` * Output Domain: `AtomDomain<S::Item>` * Input Metric: `SymmetricDistance` * Output Metric: `AbsoluteDistance<S::Item>` :param input_domain: :type input_domain: Domain :param input_metric: :type input_metric: Metric :param ddof: Delta degrees of freedom. Set to 0 if not a sample, 1 for sample estimate. :type ddof: int :param S: Summation algorithm to use on data type `T`. One of `Sequential<T>` or `Pairwise<T>`. :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` :rtype: Transformation :raises TypeError: if an argument's type differs from the expected type :raises UnknownTypeException: if a type argument fails to parse :raises OpenDPException: packaged error from the core OpenDP library """ assert_features("contrib") # Standardize type arguments. S = RuntimeType.parse(type_name=S, generics=["T"]) T = get_atom(get_type(input_domain)) # type: ignore S = S.substitute(T=T) # type: ignore # Convert arguments to c types. c_input_domain = py_to_c(input_domain, c_type=Domain, type_name=None) c_input_metric = py_to_c(input_metric, c_type=Metric, type_name=None) c_ddof = py_to_c(ddof, c_type=ctypes.c_size_t, type_name=usize) c_S = py_to_c(S, c_type=ctypes.c_char_p) # Call library function. lib_function = lib.opendp_transformations__make_variance lib_function.argtypes = [Domain, Metric, ctypes.c_size_t, ctypes.c_char_p] lib_function.restype = FfiResult output = c_to_py(unwrap(lib_function(c_input_domain, c_input_metric, c_ddof, c_S), Transformation)) return output
[docs]def then_variance( ddof: int = 1, S: RuntimeTypeDescriptor = "Pairwise<T>" ): r"""partial constructor of make_variance .. seealso:: Delays application of `input_domain` and `input_metric` in :py:func:`opendp.transformations.make_variance` :param ddof: Delta degrees of freedom. Set to 0 if not a sample, 1 for sample estimate. :type ddof: int :param S: Summation algorithm to use on data type `T`. One of `Sequential<T>` or `Pairwise<T>`. :type S: :py:ref:`RuntimeTypeDescriptor` """ return PartialConstructor(lambda input_domain, input_metric: make_variance( input_domain=input_domain, input_metric=input_metric, ddof=ddof, S=S))