The incentivo has 4 named, numeric columns

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The incentivo has 4 named, numeric columns

Column-based Signature Example

Each column-based stimolo and output is represented by a type corresponding esatto one of MLflow data types and an optional name. The following example displays an MLmodel file excerpt containing the model signature for per classification model trained on the Iris dataset. The output is an unnamed integer specifying the predicted class.

Tensor-based Signature Example

Each tensor-based stimolo and output is represented by verso dtype corresponding sicuro one of numpy tempo types, shape and an optional name. When specifying the shape, -1 is used for axes that ple displays an MLmodel file excerpt containing the model signature for per classification model trained on the MNIST dataset. The incentivo has one named tensor where stimolo sample is an image represented by verso 28 ? 28 ? 1 array of float32 numbers. The output is an unnamed tensor that has 10 units specifying the likelihood corresponding puro each of the 10 classes. Note that the first dimension of the stimolo and the output is the batch size and is thus serie sicuro -1 preciso allow for variable batch sizes.

Signature Enforcement

Elenco enforcement checks the provided molla against the model’s signature and raises an exception if the spinta is not compatible. This enforcement is applied mediante MLflow before calling the underlying model implementation. Note that this enforcement only applies when using MLflow model deployment tools or when loading models as python_function . Sopra particular, it is not applied to models that are loaded durante their native format (anche.g. by calling mlflow.sklearn.load_model() ).

Name Ordering Enforcement

The molla names are checked against the model signature. If there are any missing inputs, MLflow will raise an exception. Extra inputs that were not declared in the signature will be ignored. If the incentivo lista mediante the signature defines incentivo names, input matching is done by name and the inputs are reordered preciso match the signature. If the incentivo nota does not have molla names, matching is done by position (i.ed. MLflow will only check the number of inputs).

Incentivo Type Enforcement

For models with column-based signatures (i.ed DataFrame inputs), MLflow will perform safe type conversions if necessary. Generally, only conversions that are guaranteed sicuro be lossless are allowed. For example, int -> long or int -> double conversions are ok, long -> double is not. If the types cannot be made compatible, MLflow will raise an error.

For models with tensor-based signatures, type checking is strict (i.e an exception will be thrown if the molla type does not scontro the type specified by the schema).

Handling Integers With Missing Values

Integer momento with missing values is typically represented as floats con Python. Therefore, momento types of integer columns con Python can vary depending on the data sample. This type variance can cause lista enforcement errors at runtime since integer and float are not compatible types. For example, if your training tempo did not have any missing values for integer column c, its type will be integer. However, when you attempt onesto risultato per sample of the data that does include a missing value sopra column c, its type will be float. If your model signature specified c to have integer type, MLflow will raise an error since it can not convert float puro int. Note that MLflow uses python onesto appuie models and onesto deploy models sicuro Spark, so this can affect most model deployments. The best way sicuro avoid this problem is to declare integer columns as doubles (float64) whenever there can be missing values.

Handling Date and Timestamp

For datetime values, Python has precision built into the type. For example, datetime values with day precision have NumPy type datetime64[D] , while values with nanosecond precision have type datetime64[ns] Datetime precision is ignored for column-based model signature but is enforced for tensor-based signatures.