Source code for monai.data.dataset

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from __future__ import annotations

import collections.abc
import math
import pickle
import shutil
import sys
import tempfile
import threading
import time
import warnings
from collections.abc import Callable, Sequence
from copy import copy, deepcopy
from multiprocessing.managers import ListProxy
from multiprocessing.pool import ThreadPool
from pathlib import Path
from typing import IO, TYPE_CHECKING, Any, cast

import numpy as np
import torch
from torch.multiprocessing import Manager
from torch.serialization import DEFAULT_PROTOCOL
from torch.utils.data import Dataset as _TorchDataset
from torch.utils.data import Subset

from monai.data.meta_tensor import MetaTensor
from monai.data.utils import SUPPORTED_PICKLE_MOD, convert_tables_to_dicts, pickle_hashing
from monai.transforms import (
    Compose,
    Randomizable,
    RandomizableTrait,
    Transform,
    apply_transform,
    convert_to_contiguous,
    reset_ops_id,
)
from monai.utils import MAX_SEED, convert_to_tensor, get_seed, look_up_option, min_version, optional_import
from monai.utils.misc import first

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from tqdm import tqdm

    has_tqdm = True
else:
    tqdm, has_tqdm = optional_import("tqdm", "4.47.0", min_version, "tqdm")

cp, _ = optional_import("cupy")
lmdb, _ = optional_import("lmdb")
pd, _ = optional_import("pandas")
kvikio_numpy, _ = optional_import("kvikio.numpy")


[docs] class Dataset(_TorchDataset): """ A generic dataset with a length property and an optional callable data transform when fetching a data sample. If passing slicing indices, will return a PyTorch Subset, for example: `data: Subset = dataset[1:4]`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/data.html#torch.utils.data.Subset For example, typical input data can be a list of dictionaries:: [{ { { 'img': 'image1.nii.gz', 'img': 'image2.nii.gz', 'img': 'image3.nii.gz', 'seg': 'label1.nii.gz', 'seg': 'label2.nii.gz', 'seg': 'label3.nii.gz', 'extra': 123 'extra': 456 'extra': 789 }, }, }] """
[docs] def __init__(self, data: Sequence, transform: Callable | None = None) -> None: """ Args: data: input data to load and transform to generate dataset for model. transform: a callable data transform on input data. """ self.data = data self.transform: Any = transform
def __len__(self) -> int: return len(self.data) def _transform(self, index: int): """ Fetch single data item from `self.data`. """ data_i = self.data[index] return apply_transform(self.transform, data_i) if self.transform is not None else data_i
[docs] def __getitem__(self, index: int | slice | Sequence[int]): """ Returns a `Subset` if `index` is a slice or Sequence, a data item otherwise. """ if isinstance(index, slice): # dataset[:42] start, stop, step = index.indices(len(self)) indices = range(start, stop, step) return Subset(dataset=self, indices=indices) if isinstance(index, collections.abc.Sequence): # dataset[[1, 3, 4]] return Subset(dataset=self, indices=index) return self._transform(index)
[docs] class DatasetFunc(Dataset): """ Execute function on the input dataset and leverage the output to act as a new Dataset. It can be used to load / fetch the basic dataset items, like the list of `image, label` paths. Or chain together to execute more complicated logic, like `partition_dataset`, `resample_datalist`, etc. The `data` arg of `Dataset` will be applied to the first arg of callable `func`. Usage example:: data_list = DatasetFunc( data="path to file", func=monai.data.load_decathlon_datalist, data_list_key="validation", base_dir="path to base dir", ) # partition dataset for every rank data_partition = DatasetFunc( data=data_list, func=lambda **kwargs: monai.data.partition_dataset(**kwargs)[torch.distributed.get_rank()], num_partitions=torch.distributed.get_world_size(), ) dataset = Dataset(data=data_partition, transform=transforms) Args: data: input data for the func to process, will apply to `func` as the first arg. func: callable function to generate dataset items. kwargs: other arguments for the `func` except for the first arg. """ def __init__(self, data: Any, func: Callable, **kwargs) -> None: super().__init__(data=None, transform=None) # type:ignore self.src = data self.func = func self.kwargs = kwargs self.reset()
[docs] def reset(self, data: Any | None = None, func: Callable | None = None, **kwargs): """ Reset the dataset items with specified `func`. Args: data: if not None, execute `func` on it, default to `self.src`. func: if not None, execute the `func` with specified `kwargs`, default to `self.func`. kwargs: other arguments for the `func` except for the first arg. """ src = self.src if data is None else data self.data = self.func(src, **self.kwargs) if func is None else func(src, **kwargs)
[docs] class PersistentDataset(Dataset): """ Persistent storage of pre-computed values to efficiently manage larger than memory dictionary format data, it can operate transforms for specific fields. Results from the non-random transform components are computed when first used, and stored in the `cache_dir` for rapid retrieval on subsequent uses. If passing slicing indices, will return a PyTorch Subset, for example: `data: Subset = dataset[1:4]`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/data.html#torch.utils.data.Subset The transforms which are supposed to be cached must implement the `monai.transforms.Transform` interface and should not be `Randomizable`. This dataset will cache the outcomes before the first `Randomizable` `Transform` within a `Compose` instance. For example, typical input data can be a list of dictionaries:: [{ { { 'image': 'image1.nii.gz', 'image': 'image2.nii.gz', 'image': 'image3.nii.gz', 'label': 'label1.nii.gz', 'label': 'label2.nii.gz', 'label': 'label3.nii.gz', 'extra': 123 'extra': 456 'extra': 789 }, }, }] For a composite transform like .. code-block:: python [ LoadImaged(keys=['image', 'label']), Orientationd(keys=['image', 'label'], axcodes='RAS'), ScaleIntensityRanged(keys=['image'], a_min=-57, a_max=164, b_min=0.0, b_max=1.0, clip=True), RandCropByPosNegLabeld(keys=['image', 'label'], label_key='label', spatial_size=(96, 96, 96), pos=1, neg=1, num_samples=4, image_key='image', image_threshold=0), ToTensord(keys=['image', 'label'])] Upon first use a filename based dataset will be processed by the transform for the [LoadImaged, Orientationd, ScaleIntensityRanged] and the resulting tensor written to the `cache_dir` before applying the remaining random dependant transforms [RandCropByPosNegLabeld, ToTensord] elements for use in the analysis. Subsequent uses of a dataset directly read pre-processed results from `cache_dir` followed by applying the random dependant parts of transform processing. During training call `set_data()` to update input data and recompute cache content. Note: The input data must be a list of file paths and will hash them as cache keys. The filenames of the cached files also try to contain the hash of the transforms. In this fashion, `PersistentDataset` should be robust to changes in transforms. This, however, is not guaranteed, so caution should be used when modifying transforms to avoid unexpected errors. If in doubt, it is advisable to clear the cache directory. Lazy Resampling: If you make use of the lazy resampling feature of `monai.transforms.Compose`, please refer to its documentation to familiarize yourself with the interaction between `PersistentDataset` and lazy resampling. """
[docs] def __init__( self, data: Sequence, transform: Sequence[Callable] | Callable, cache_dir: Path | str | None, hash_func: Callable[..., bytes] = pickle_hashing, pickle_module: str = "pickle", pickle_protocol: int = DEFAULT_PROTOCOL, hash_transform: Callable[..., bytes] | None = None, reset_ops_id: bool = True, ) -> None: """ Args: data: input data file paths to load and transform to generate dataset for model. `PersistentDataset` expects input data to be a list of serializable and hashes them as cache keys using `hash_func`. transform: transforms to execute operations on input data. cache_dir: If specified, this is the location for persistent storage of pre-computed transformed data tensors. The cache_dir is computed once, and persists on disk until explicitly removed. Different runs, programs, experiments may share a common cache dir provided that the transforms pre-processing is consistent. If `cache_dir` doesn't exist, will automatically create it. If `cache_dir` is `None`, there is effectively no caching. hash_func: a callable to compute hash from data items to be cached. defaults to `monai.data.utils.pickle_hashing`. pickle_module: string representing the module used for pickling metadata and objects, default to `"pickle"`. due to the pickle limitation in multi-processing of Dataloader, we can't use `pickle` as arg directly, so here we use a string name instead. if want to use other pickle module at runtime, just register like: >>> from monai.data import utils >>> utils.SUPPORTED_PICKLE_MOD["test"] = other_pickle this arg is used by `torch.save`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/generated/torch.save.html#torch.save, and ``monai.data.utils.SUPPORTED_PICKLE_MOD``. pickle_protocol: can be specified to override the default protocol, default to `2`. this arg is used by `torch.save`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/generated/torch.save.html#torch.save. hash_transform: a callable to compute hash from the transform information when caching. This may reduce errors due to transforms changing during experiments. Default to None (no hash). Other options are `pickle_hashing` and `json_hashing` functions from `monai.data.utils`. reset_ops_id: whether to set `TraceKeys.ID` to ``Tracekys.NONE``, defaults to ``True``. When this is enabled, the traced transform instance IDs will be removed from the cached MetaTensors. This is useful for skipping the transform instance checks when inverting applied operations using the cached content and with re-created transform instances. """ if not isinstance(transform, Compose): transform = Compose(transform) super().__init__(data=data, transform=transform) self.cache_dir = Path(cache_dir) if cache_dir is not None else None self.hash_func = hash_func self.pickle_module = pickle_module self.pickle_protocol = pickle_protocol if self.cache_dir is not None: if not self.cache_dir.exists(): self.cache_dir.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True) if not self.cache_dir.is_dir(): raise ValueError("cache_dir must be a directory.") self.transform_hash: str = "" if hash_transform is not None: self.set_transform_hash(hash_transform) self.reset_ops_id = reset_ops_id
[docs] def set_transform_hash(self, hash_xform_func: Callable[..., bytes]): """Get hashable transforms, and then hash them. Hashable transforms are deterministic transforms that inherit from `Transform`. We stop at the first non-deterministic transform, or first that does not inherit from MONAI's `Transform` class.""" hashable_transforms = [] for _tr in self.transform.flatten().transforms: if isinstance(_tr, RandomizableTrait) or not isinstance(_tr, Transform): break hashable_transforms.append(_tr) # Try to hash. Fall back to a hash of their names try: transform_hash = hash_xform_func(hashable_transforms) except TypeError as te: if "is not JSON serializable" not in str(te): raise te names = "".join(tr.__class__.__name__ for tr in hashable_transforms) transform_hash = hash_xform_func(names) self.transform_hash = transform_hash.decode("utf-8")
[docs] def set_data(self, data: Sequence): """ Set the input data and delete all the out-dated cache content. """ self.data = data if self.cache_dir is not None and self.cache_dir.exists(): shutil.rmtree(self.cache_dir, ignore_errors=True) self.cache_dir.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)
def _pre_transform(self, item_transformed): """ Process the data from original state up to the first random element. Args: item_transformed: The data to be transformed Returns: the transformed element up to the first identified random transform object """ if not isinstance(self.transform, Compose): raise ValueError("transform must be an instance of monai.transforms.Compose.") first_random = self.transform.get_index_of_first( lambda t: isinstance(t, RandomizableTrait) or not isinstance(t, Transform) ) item_transformed = self.transform(item_transformed, end=first_random, threading=True) if self.reset_ops_id: reset_ops_id(item_transformed) return item_transformed def _post_transform(self, item_transformed): """ Process the data from before the first random transform to the final state ready for evaluation. Args: item_transformed: The data to be transformed (already processed up to the first random transform) Returns: the transformed element through the random transforms """ if not isinstance(self.transform, Compose): raise ValueError("transform must be an instance of monai.transforms.Compose.") first_random = self.transform.get_index_of_first( lambda t: isinstance(t, RandomizableTrait) or not isinstance(t, Transform) ) if first_random is not None: item_transformed = self.transform(item_transformed, start=first_random) return item_transformed def _cachecheck(self, item_transformed): """ A function to cache the expensive input data transform operations so that huge data sets (larger than computer memory) can be processed on the fly as needed, and intermediate results written to disk for future use. Args: item_transformed: The current data element to be mutated into transformed representation Returns: The transformed data_element, either from cache, or explicitly computing it. Warning: The current implementation does not encode transform information as part of the hashing mechanism used for generating cache names when `hash_transform` is None. If the transforms applied are changed in any way, the objects in the cache dir will be invalid. """ hashfile = None if self.cache_dir is not None: data_item_md5 = self.hash_func(item_transformed).decode("utf-8") data_item_md5 += self.transform_hash hashfile = self.cache_dir / f"{data_item_md5}.pt" if hashfile is not None and hashfile.is_file(): # cache hit try: return torch.load(hashfile) except PermissionError as e: if sys.platform != "win32": raise e except RuntimeError as e: if "Invalid magic number; corrupt file" in str(e): warnings.warn(f"Corrupt cache file detected: {hashfile}. Deleting and recomputing.") hashfile.unlink() else: raise e _item_transformed = self._pre_transform(deepcopy(item_transformed)) # keep the original hashed if hashfile is None: return _item_transformed try: # NOTE: Writing to a temporary directory and then using a nearly atomic rename operation # to make the cache more robust to manual killing of parent process # which may leave partially written cache files in an incomplete state with tempfile.TemporaryDirectory() as tmpdirname: temp_hash_file = Path(tmpdirname) / hashfile.name torch.save( obj=_item_transformed, f=temp_hash_file, pickle_module=look_up_option(self.pickle_module, SUPPORTED_PICKLE_MOD), pickle_protocol=self.pickle_protocol, ) if temp_hash_file.is_file() and not hashfile.is_file(): # On Unix, if target exists and is a file, it will be replaced silently if the user has permission. # for more details: https://docs.python.org/3/library/shutil.html#shutil.move. try: shutil.move(str(temp_hash_file), hashfile) except FileExistsError: pass except PermissionError: # project-monai/monai issue #3613 pass return _item_transformed def _transform(self, index: int): pre_random_item = self._cachecheck(self.data[index]) return self._post_transform(pre_random_item)
[docs] class CacheNTransDataset(PersistentDataset): """ Extension of `PersistentDataset`, it can also cache the result of first N transforms, no matter it's random or not. """
[docs] def __init__( self, data: Sequence, transform: Sequence[Callable] | Callable, cache_n_trans: int, cache_dir: Path | str | None, hash_func: Callable[..., bytes] = pickle_hashing, pickle_module: str = "pickle", pickle_protocol: int = DEFAULT_PROTOCOL, hash_transform: Callable[..., bytes] | None = None, reset_ops_id: bool = True, ) -> None: """ Args: data: input data file paths to load and transform to generate dataset for model. `PersistentDataset` expects input data to be a list of serializable and hashes them as cache keys using `hash_func`. transform: transforms to execute operations on input data. cache_n_trans: cache the result of first N transforms. cache_dir: If specified, this is the location for persistent storage of pre-computed transformed data tensors. The cache_dir is computed once, and persists on disk until explicitly removed. Different runs, programs, experiments may share a common cache dir provided that the transforms pre-processing is consistent. If `cache_dir` doesn't exist, will automatically create it. If `cache_dir` is `None`, there is effectively no caching. hash_func: a callable to compute hash from data items to be cached. defaults to `monai.data.utils.pickle_hashing`. pickle_module: string representing the module used for pickling metadata and objects, default to `"pickle"`. due to the pickle limitation in multi-processing of Dataloader, we can't use `pickle` as arg directly, so here we use a string name instead. if want to use other pickle module at runtime, just register like: >>> from monai.data import utils >>> utils.SUPPORTED_PICKLE_MOD["test"] = other_pickle this arg is used by `torch.save`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/generated/torch.save.html#torch.save, and ``monai.data.utils.SUPPORTED_PICKLE_MOD``. pickle_protocol: can be specified to override the default protocol, default to `2`. this arg is used by `torch.save`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/generated/torch.save.html#torch.save. hash_transform: a callable to compute hash from the transform information when caching. This may reduce errors due to transforms changing during experiments. Default to None (no hash). Other options are `pickle_hashing` and `json_hashing` functions from `monai.data.utils`. reset_ops_id: whether to set `TraceKeys.ID` to ``Tracekys.NONE``, defaults to ``True``. When this is enabled, the traced transform instance IDs will be removed from the cached MetaTensors. This is useful for skipping the transform instance checks when inverting applied operations using the cached content and with re-created transform instances. """ super().__init__( data=data, transform=transform, cache_dir=cache_dir, hash_func=hash_func, pickle_module=pickle_module, pickle_protocol=pickle_protocol, hash_transform=hash_transform, reset_ops_id=reset_ops_id, ) self.cache_n_trans = cache_n_trans
def _pre_transform(self, item_transformed): """ Process the data from original state up to the N element. Args: item_transformed: The data to be transformed Returns: the transformed element up to the N transform object """ if not isinstance(self.transform, Compose): raise ValueError("transform must be an instance of monai.transforms.Compose.") item_transformed = self.transform(item_transformed, end=self.cache_n_trans, threading=True) reset_ops_id(item_transformed) return item_transformed def _post_transform(self, item_transformed): """ Process the data from before the N + 1 transform to the final state ready for evaluation. Args: item_transformed: The data to be transformed (already processed up to the first N transform) Returns: the final transformed result """ if not isinstance(self.transform, Compose): raise ValueError("transform must be an instance of monai.transforms.Compose.") return self.transform(item_transformed, start=self.cache_n_trans)
[docs] class LMDBDataset(PersistentDataset): """ Extension of `PersistentDataset` using LMDB as the backend. See Also: :py:class:`monai.data.PersistentDataset` Examples: >>> items = [{"data": i} for i in range(5)] # [{'data': 0}, {'data': 1}, {'data': 2}, {'data': 3}, {'data': 4}] >>> lmdb_ds = monai.data.LMDBDataset(items, transform=monai.transforms.SimulateDelayd("data", delay_time=1)) >>> print(list(lmdb_ds)) # using the cached results """
[docs] def __init__( self, data: Sequence, transform: Sequence[Callable] | Callable, cache_dir: Path | str = "cache", hash_func: Callable[..., bytes] = pickle_hashing, db_name: str = "monai_cache", progress: bool = True, pickle_protocol=pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL, hash_transform: Callable[..., bytes] | None = None, reset_ops_id: bool = True, lmdb_kwargs: dict | None = None, ) -> None: """ Args: data: input data file paths to load and transform to generate dataset for model. `LMDBDataset` expects input data to be a list of serializable and hashes them as cache keys using `hash_func`. transform: transforms to execute operations on input data. cache_dir: if specified, this is the location for persistent storage of pre-computed transformed data tensors. The cache_dir is computed once, and persists on disk until explicitly removed. Different runs, programs, experiments may share a common cache dir provided that the transforms pre-processing is consistent. If the cache_dir doesn't exist, will automatically create it. Defaults to "./cache". hash_func: a callable to compute hash from data items to be cached. defaults to `monai.data.utils.pickle_hashing`. db_name: lmdb database file name. Defaults to "monai_cache". progress: whether to display a progress bar. pickle_protocol: pickle protocol version. Defaults to pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL. https://docs.python.org/3/library/pickle.html#pickle-protocols hash_transform: a callable to compute hash from the transform information when caching. This may reduce errors due to transforms changing during experiments. Default to None (no hash). Other options are `pickle_hashing` and `json_hashing` functions from `monai.data.utils`. reset_ops_id: whether to set `TraceKeys.ID` to ``Tracekeys.NONE``, defaults to ``True``. When this is enabled, the traced transform instance IDs will be removed from the cached MetaTensors. This is useful for skipping the transform instance checks when inverting applied operations using the cached content and with re-created transform instances. lmdb_kwargs: additional keyword arguments to the lmdb environment. for more details please visit: https://lmdb.readthedocs.io/en/release/#environment-class """ super().__init__( data=data, transform=transform, cache_dir=cache_dir, hash_func=hash_func, pickle_protocol=pickle_protocol, hash_transform=hash_transform, reset_ops_id=reset_ops_id, ) self.progress = progress if not self.cache_dir: raise ValueError("cache_dir must be specified.") self.db_file = self.cache_dir / f"{db_name}.lmdb" self.lmdb_kwargs = lmdb_kwargs or {} if not self.lmdb_kwargs.get("map_size", 0): self.lmdb_kwargs["map_size"] = 1024**4 # default map_size # lmdb is single-writer multi-reader by default # the cache is created without multi-threading self._read_env: Any | None = None # this runs on the primary thread/process self._fill_cache_start_reader(show_progress=self.progress) print(f"Accessing lmdb file: {self.db_file.absolute()}.")
[docs] def set_data(self, data: Sequence): """ Set the input data and delete all the out-dated cache content. """ super().set_data(data=data) self._read_env = self._fill_cache_start_reader(show_progress=self.progress)
def _fill_cache_start_reader(self, show_progress=True): """ Check the LMDB cache and write the cache if needed. py-lmdb doesn't have a good support for concurrent write. This method can be used with multiple processes, but it may have a negative impact on the performance. Args: show_progress: whether to show the progress bar if possible. """ # create cache self.lmdb_kwargs["readonly"] = False env = lmdb.open(path=f"{self.db_file}", subdir=False, **self.lmdb_kwargs) if show_progress and not has_tqdm: warnings.warn("LMDBDataset: tqdm is not installed. not displaying the caching progress.") with env.begin(write=False) as search_txn: for item in tqdm(self.data) if has_tqdm and show_progress else self.data: key = self.hash_func(item) done, retry, val = False, 5, None while not done and retry > 0: try: with search_txn.cursor() as cursor: done = cursor.set_key(key) if done: continue if val is None: val = self._pre_transform(deepcopy(item)) # keep the original hashed val = pickle.dumps(val, protocol=self.pickle_protocol) with env.begin(write=True) as txn: txn.put(key, val) done = True except lmdb.MapFullError: done, retry = False, retry - 1 size = env.info()["map_size"] new_size = size * 2 warnings.warn( f"Resizing the cache database from {int(size) >> 20}MB" f" to {int(new_size) >> 20}MB." ) env.set_mapsize(new_size) except lmdb.MapResizedError: # the mapsize is increased by another process # set_mapsize with a size of 0 to adopt the new size env.set_mapsize(0) if not done: # still has the map full error size = env.info()["map_size"] env.close() raise ValueError(f"LMDB map size reached, increase size above current size of {size}.") size = env.info()["map_size"] env.close() # read-only database env self.lmdb_kwargs["readonly"] = True self.lmdb_kwargs["map_size"] = size if self.lmdb_kwargs.get("lock", None) is None: self.lmdb_kwargs["lock"] = False if self.lmdb_kwargs.get("readahead", None) is None: self.lmdb_kwargs["readahead"] = False return lmdb.open(path=f"{self.db_file}", subdir=False, **self.lmdb_kwargs) def _cachecheck(self, item_transformed): """ if the item is not found in the lmdb file, resolves to the persistent cache default behaviour. """ if self._read_env is None: # this runs on multiple processes, each one should have its own env. self._read_env = self._fill_cache_start_reader(show_progress=False) with self._read_env.begin(write=False) as txn: data = txn.get(self.hash_func(item_transformed)) if data is None: warnings.warn("LMDBDataset: cache key not found, running fallback caching.") return super()._cachecheck(item_transformed) try: return pickle.loads(data) except Exception as err: raise RuntimeError("Invalid cache value, corrupted lmdb file?") from err
[docs] def info(self): """ Returns: dataset info dictionary. """ if self._read_env is None: self._read_env = self._fill_cache_start_reader() out = dict(self._read_env.info()) out["size"] = len(self.data) out["filename"] = f"{self.db_file.absolute()}" return out
[docs] class CacheDataset(Dataset): """ Dataset with cache mechanism that can load data and cache deterministic transforms' result during training. By caching the results of non-random preprocessing transforms, it accelerates the training data pipeline. If the requested data is not in the cache, all transforms will run normally (see also :py:class:`monai.data.dataset.Dataset`). Users can set the cache rate or number of items to cache. It is recommended to experiment with different `cache_num` or `cache_rate` to identify the best training speed. The transforms which are supposed to be cached must implement the `monai.transforms.Transform` interface and should not be `Randomizable`. This dataset will cache the outcomes before the first `Randomizable` `Transform` within a `Compose` instance. So to improve the caching efficiency, please always put as many as possible non-random transforms before the randomized ones when composing the chain of transforms. If passing slicing indices, will return a PyTorch Subset, for example: `data: Subset = dataset[1:4]`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/data.html#torch.utils.data.Subset For example, if the transform is a `Compose` of:: transforms = Compose([ LoadImaged(), EnsureChannelFirstd(), Spacingd(), Orientationd(), ScaleIntensityRanged(), RandCropByPosNegLabeld(), ToTensord() ]) when `transforms` is used in a multi-epoch training pipeline, before the first training epoch, this dataset will cache the results up to ``ScaleIntensityRanged``, as all non-random transforms `LoadImaged`, `EnsureChannelFirstd`, `Spacingd`, `Orientationd`, `ScaleIntensityRanged` can be cached. During training, the dataset will load the cached results and run ``RandCropByPosNegLabeld`` and ``ToTensord``, as ``RandCropByPosNegLabeld`` is a randomized transform and the outcome not cached. During training call `set_data()` to update input data and recompute cache content, note that it requires `persistent_workers=False` in the PyTorch DataLoader. Note: `CacheDataset` executes non-random transforms and prepares cache content in the main process before the first epoch, then all the subprocesses of DataLoader will read the same cache content in the main process during training. it may take a long time to prepare cache content according to the size of expected cache data. So to debug or verify the program before real training, users can set `cache_rate=0.0` or `cache_num=0` to temporarily skip caching. Lazy Resampling: If you make use of the lazy resampling feature of `monai.transforms.Compose`, please refer to its documentation to familiarize yourself with the interaction between `CacheDataset` and lazy resampling. """
[docs] def __init__( self, data: Sequence, transform: Sequence[Callable] | Callable | None = None, cache_num: int = sys.maxsize, cache_rate: float = 1.0, num_workers: int | None = 1, progress: bool = True, copy_cache: bool = True, as_contiguous: bool = True, hash_as_key: bool = False, hash_func: Callable[..., bytes] = pickle_hashing, runtime_cache: bool | str | list | ListProxy = False, ) -> None: """ Args: data: input data to load and transform to generate dataset for model. transform: transforms to execute operations on input data. cache_num: number of items to be cached. Default is `sys.maxsize`. will take the minimum of (cache_num, data_length x cache_rate, data_length). cache_rate: percentage of cached data in total, default is 1.0 (cache all). will take the minimum of (cache_num, data_length x cache_rate, data_length). num_workers: the number of worker threads if computing cache in the initialization. If num_workers is None then the number returned by os.cpu_count() is used. If a value less than 1 is specified, 1 will be used instead. progress: whether to display a progress bar. copy_cache: whether to `deepcopy` the cache content before applying the random transforms, default to `True`. if the random transforms don't modify the cached content (for example, randomly crop from the cached image and deepcopy the crop region) or if every cache item is only used once in a `multi-processing` environment, may set `copy=False` for better performance. as_contiguous: whether to convert the cached NumPy array or PyTorch tensor to be contiguous. it may help improve the performance of following logic. hash_as_key: whether to compute hash value of input data as the key to save cache, if key exists, avoid saving duplicated content. it can help save memory when the dataset has duplicated items or augmented dataset. hash_func: if `hash_as_key`, a callable to compute hash from data items to be cached. defaults to `monai.data.utils.pickle_hashing`. runtime_cache: mode of cache at the runtime. Default to `False` to prepare the cache content for the entire ``data`` during initialization, this potentially largely increase the time required between the constructor called and first mini-batch generated. Three options are provided to compute the cache on the fly after the dataset initialization: 1. ``"threads"`` or ``True``: use a regular ``list`` to store the cache items. 2. ``"processes"``: use a ListProxy to store the cache items, it can be shared among processes. 3. A list-like object: a users-provided container to be used to store the cache items. For `thread-based` caching (typically for caching cuda tensors), option 1 is recommended. For single process workflows with multiprocessing data loading, option 2 is recommended. For multiprocessing workflows (typically for distributed training), where this class is initialized in subprocesses, option 3 is recommended, and the list-like object should be prepared in the main process and passed to all subprocesses. Not following these recommendations may lead to runtime errors or duplicated cache across processes. """ if not isinstance(transform, Compose): transform = Compose(transform) super().__init__(data=data, transform=transform) self.set_num = cache_num # tracking the user-provided `cache_num` option self.set_rate = cache_rate # tracking the user-provided `cache_rate` option self.progress = progress self.copy_cache = copy_cache self.as_contiguous = as_contiguous self.hash_as_key = hash_as_key self.hash_func = hash_func self.num_workers = num_workers if self.num_workers is not None: self.num_workers = max(int(self.num_workers), 1) self.runtime_cache = runtime_cache self.cache_num = 0 self._cache: list | ListProxy = [] self._hash_keys: list = [] self.set_data(data)
[docs] def set_data(self, data: Sequence) -> None: """ Set the input data and run deterministic transforms to generate cache content. Note: should call this func after an entire epoch and must set `persistent_workers=False` in PyTorch DataLoader, because it needs to create new worker processes based on new generated cache content. """ self.data = data def _compute_cache_num(data_len: int): self.cache_num = min(int(self.set_num), int(data_len * self.set_rate), data_len) if self.hash_as_key: # only compute cache for the unique items of dataset, and record the last index for duplicated items mapping = {self.hash_func(v): i for i, v in enumerate(self.data)} _compute_cache_num(len(mapping)) self._hash_keys = list(mapping)[: self.cache_num] indices = list(mapping.values())[: self.cache_num] else: _compute_cache_num(len(self.data)) indices = list(range(self.cache_num)) if self.runtime_cache in (False, None): # prepare cache content immediately self._cache = self._fill_cache(indices) return if isinstance(self.runtime_cache, str) and "process" in self.runtime_cache: # this must be in the main process, not in dataloader's workers self._cache = Manager().list([None] * self.cache_num) return if (self.runtime_cache is True) or (isinstance(self.runtime_cache, str) and "thread" in self.runtime_cache): self._cache = [None] * self.cache_num return self._cache = self.runtime_cache # type: ignore return
def _fill_cache(self, indices=None) -> list: """ Compute and fill the cache content from data source. Args: indices: target indices in the `self.data` source to compute cache. if None, use the first `cache_num` items. """ if self.cache_num <= 0: return [] if indices is None: indices = list(range(self.cache_num)) if self.progress and not has_tqdm: warnings.warn("tqdm is not installed, will not show the caching progress bar.") with ThreadPool(self.num_workers) as p: if self.progress and has_tqdm: return list(tqdm(p.imap(self._load_cache_item, indices), total=len(indices), desc="Loading dataset")) return list(p.imap(self._load_cache_item, indices)) def _load_cache_item(self, idx: int): """ Args: idx: the index of the input data sequence. """ item = self.data[idx] first_random = self.transform.get_index_of_first( lambda t: isinstance(t, RandomizableTrait) or not isinstance(t, Transform) ) item = self.transform(item, end=first_random, threading=True) if self.as_contiguous: item = convert_to_contiguous(item, memory_format=torch.contiguous_format) return item def _transform(self, index: int): cache_index = None if self.hash_as_key: key = self.hash_func(self.data[index]) if key in self._hash_keys: # if existing in cache, try to get the index in cache cache_index = self._hash_keys.index(key) elif index % len(self) < self.cache_num: # support negative index cache_index = index if cache_index is None: # no cache for this index, execute all the transforms directly return super()._transform(index) if self._cache is None: raise RuntimeError("cache buffer is not initialized, please call `set_data()` first.") data = self._cache[cache_index] # runtime cache computation if data is None: data = self._cache[cache_index] = self._load_cache_item(cache_index) # load data from cache and execute from the first random transform if not isinstance(self.transform, Compose): raise ValueError("transform must be an instance of monai.transforms.Compose.") first_random = self.transform.get_index_of_first( lambda t: isinstance(t, RandomizableTrait) or not isinstance(t, Transform) ) if first_random is not None: data = deepcopy(data) if self.copy_cache is True else data data = self.transform(data, start=first_random) return data
[docs] class SmartCacheDataset(Randomizable, CacheDataset): """ Re-implementation of the SmartCache mechanism in NVIDIA Clara-train SDK. At any time, the cache pool only keeps a subset of the whole dataset. In each epoch, only the items in the cache are used for training. This ensures that data needed for training is readily available, keeping GPU resources busy. Note that cached items may still have to go through a non-deterministic transform sequence before being fed to GPU. At the same time, another thread is preparing replacement items by applying the transform sequence to items not in cache. Once one epoch is completed, Smart Cache replaces the same number of items with replacement items. Smart Cache uses a simple `running window` algorithm to determine the cache content and replacement items. Let N be the configured number of objects in cache; and R be the number of replacement objects (R = ceil(N * r), where r is the configured replace rate). For more details, please refer to: https://docs.nvidia.com/clara/clara-train-archive/3.1/nvmidl/additional_features/smart_cache.html If passing slicing indices, will return a PyTorch Subset, for example: `data: Subset = dataset[1:4]`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/data.html#torch.utils.data.Subset For example, if we have 5 images: `[image1, image2, image3, image4, image5]`, and `cache_num=4`, `replace_rate=0.25`. so the actual training images cached and replaced for every epoch are as below:: epoch 1: [image1, image2, image3, image4] epoch 2: [image2, image3, image4, image5] epoch 3: [image3, image4, image5, image1] epoch 3: [image4, image5, image1, image2] epoch N: [image[N % 5] ...] The usage of `SmartCacheDataset` contains 4 steps: 1. Initialize `SmartCacheDataset` object and cache for the first epoch. 2. Call `start()` to run replacement thread in background. 3. Call `update_cache()` before every epoch to replace training items. 4. Call `shutdown()` when training ends. During training call `set_data()` to update input data and recompute cache content, note to call `shutdown()` to stop first, then update data and call `start()` to restart. Note: This replacement will not work for below cases: 1. Set the `multiprocessing_context` of DataLoader to `spawn`. 2. Launch distributed data parallel with `torch.multiprocessing.spawn`. 3. Run on windows(the default multiprocessing method is `spawn`) with `num_workers` greater than 0. 4. Set the `persistent_workers` of DataLoader to `True` with `num_workers` greater than 0. If using MONAI workflows, please add `SmartCacheHandler` to the handler list of trainer, otherwise, please make sure to call `start()`, `update_cache()`, `shutdown()` during training. Args: data: input data to load and transform to generate dataset for model. transform: transforms to execute operations on input data. replace_rate: percentage of the cached items to be replaced in every epoch (default to 0.1). cache_num: number of items to be cached. Default is `sys.maxsize`. will take the minimum of (cache_num, data_length x cache_rate, data_length). cache_rate: percentage of cached data in total, default is 1.0 (cache all). will take the minimum of (cache_num, data_length x cache_rate, data_length). num_init_workers: the number of worker threads to initialize the cache for first epoch. If num_init_workers is None then the number returned by os.cpu_count() is used. If a value less than 1 is specified, 1 will be used instead. num_replace_workers: the number of worker threads to prepare the replacement cache for every epoch. If num_replace_workers is None then the number returned by os.cpu_count() is used. If a value less than 1 is specified, 1 will be used instead. progress: whether to display a progress bar when caching for the first epoch. shuffle: whether to shuffle the whole data list before preparing the cache content for first epoch. it will not modify the original input data sequence in-place. seed: random seed if shuffle is `True`, default to `0`. copy_cache: whether to `deepcopy` the cache content before applying the random transforms, default to `True`. if the random transforms don't modify the cache content or every cache item is only used once in a `multi-processing` environment, may set `copy=False` for better performance. as_contiguous: whether to convert the cached NumPy array or PyTorch tensor to be contiguous. it may help improve the performance of following logic. runtime_cache: Default to `False`, other options are not implemented yet. """ def __init__( self, data: Sequence, transform: Sequence[Callable] | Callable | None = None, replace_rate: float = 0.1, cache_num: int = sys.maxsize, cache_rate: float = 1.0, num_init_workers: int | None = 1, num_replace_workers: int | None = 1, progress: bool = True, shuffle: bool = True, seed: int = 0, copy_cache: bool = True, as_contiguous: bool = True, runtime_cache=False, ) -> None: if shuffle: self.set_random_state(seed=seed) self.shuffle = shuffle self._start_pos: int = 0 self._update_lock: threading.Lock = threading.Lock() self._round: int = 1 self._replace_done: bool = False self._replace_mgr: threading.Thread | None = None if runtime_cache is not False: raise NotImplementedError("Options other than `runtime_cache=False` is not implemented yet.") super().__init__( data=data, transform=transform, cache_num=cache_num, cache_rate=cache_rate, num_workers=num_init_workers, progress=progress, copy_cache=copy_cache, as_contiguous=as_contiguous, runtime_cache=False, ) if self._cache is None: self._cache = self._fill_cache() if self.cache_num >= len(data): warnings.warn( "cache_num is greater or equal than dataset length, fall back to regular monai.data.CacheDataset." ) if replace_rate <= 0: raise ValueError("replace_rate must be greater than 0, otherwise, please use monai.data.CacheDataset.") self.num_replace_workers: int | None = num_replace_workers if self.num_replace_workers is not None: self.num_replace_workers = max(int(self.num_replace_workers), 1) self._total_num: int = len(data) self._replace_num: int = min(math.ceil(self.cache_num * replace_rate), len(data) - self.cache_num) self._replacements: list[Any] = [None for _ in range(self._replace_num)] self._replace_data_idx: list[int] = list(range(self._replace_num)) self._compute_data_idx()
[docs] def set_data(self, data: Sequence): """ Set the input data and run deterministic transforms to generate cache content. Note: should call `shutdown()` before calling this func. """ if self.is_started(): warnings.warn("SmartCacheDataset is not shutdown yet, shutdown it directly.") self.shutdown() if self.shuffle: data = copy(data) self.randomize(data) super().set_data(data)
[docs] def randomize(self, data: Sequence) -> None: try: self.R.shuffle(data) except TypeError as e: warnings.warn(f"input data can't be shuffled in SmartCacheDataset with numpy.random.shuffle(): {e}.")
def _compute_data_idx(self) -> None: """ Update the replacement data position in the total data. """ for i in range(self._replace_num): pos: int = self._start_pos + self.cache_num + i if pos >= self._total_num: pos -= self._total_num self._replace_data_idx[i] = pos
[docs] def is_started(self): """ Check whether the replacement thread is already started. """ return False if self._replace_mgr is None else self._replace_mgr.is_alive()
[docs] def start(self): """ Start the background thread to replace training items for every epoch. """ if not self.is_started(): self._restart()
def _restart(self): """ Restart background thread if killed for some reason. """ self._round = 1 self._replace_mgr = threading.Thread(target=self.manage_replacement, daemon=True) self._replace_mgr.start() def _try_update_cache(self): """ Update the cache items with new replacement for current epoch. """ with self._update_lock: if not self._replace_done: return False del self._cache[: self._replace_num] self._cache.extend(self._replacements) self._start_pos += self._replace_num if self._start_pos >= self._total_num: self._start_pos -= self._total_num self._compute_data_idx() # ready for next round self._round += 1 self._replace_done = False return True
[docs] def update_cache(self): """ Update cache items for current epoch, need to call this function before every epoch. If the cache has been shutdown before, need to restart the `_replace_mgr` thread. """ self.start() # make sure update is done while not self._try_update_cache(): time.sleep(0.01)
def _try_shutdown(self): """ Wait for thread lock to shut down the background thread. """ with self._update_lock: if self._replace_done: self._round = 0 self._start_pos = 0 self._compute_data_idx() self._replace_done = False return True return False
[docs] def shutdown(self): """ Shut down the background thread for replacement. """ if not self.is_started(): return # wait until replace mgr is done the current round while not self._try_shutdown(): time.sleep(0.01) if self._replace_mgr is not None: self._replace_mgr.join(300)
def _replace_cache_thread(self, index: int): """ Execute deterministic transforms on the new data for replacement. """ pos: int = self._replace_data_idx[index] self._replacements[index] = self._load_cache_item(pos) def _compute_replacements(self): """ Compute expected items for the replacement of next epoch, execute deterministic transforms. It can support multi-threads to accelerate the computation progress. """ with ThreadPool(self.num_replace_workers) as p: p.map(self._replace_cache_thread, list(range(self._replace_num))) self._replace_done = True def _try_manage_replacement(self, check_round): """ Wait thread lock and replace training items in the background thread. """ with self._update_lock: if self._round <= 0: # shutdown replacement self._replace_done = True return True, -1 if self._round != check_round: self._compute_replacements() return False, self._round
[docs] def manage_replacement(self) -> None: """ Background thread for replacement. """ check_round: int = -1 done = False while not done: done, check_round = self._try_manage_replacement(check_round) time.sleep(0.01)
def __len__(self): """ The dataset length is given by cache_num instead of len(data). """ return self.cache_num
[docs] class ZipDataset(Dataset): """ Zip several PyTorch datasets and output data(with the same index) together in a tuple. If the output of single dataset is already a tuple, flatten it and extend to the result. For example: if datasetA returns (img, imgmeta), datasetB returns (seg, segmeta), finally return (img, imgmeta, seg, segmeta). And if the datasets don't have same length, use the minimum length of them as the length of ZipDataset. If passing slicing indices, will return a PyTorch Subset, for example: `data: Subset = dataset[1:4]`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/data.html#torch.utils.data.Subset Examples:: >>> zip_data = ZipDataset([[1, 2, 3], [4, 5]]) >>> print(len(zip_data)) 2 >>> for item in zip_data: >>> print(item) [1, 4] [2, 5] """
[docs] def __init__(self, datasets: Sequence, transform: Callable | None = None) -> None: """ Args: datasets: list of datasets to zip together. transform: a callable data transform operates on the zipped item from `datasets`. """ super().__init__(list(datasets), transform=transform)
def __len__(self) -> int: return min(len(dataset) for dataset in self.data) def _transform(self, index: int): def to_list(x): return list(x) if isinstance(x, (tuple, list)) else [x] data = [] for dataset in self.data: data.extend(to_list(dataset[index])) if self.transform is not None: data = apply_transform(self.transform, data, map_items=False) # transform the list data # use tuple instead of list as the default collate_fn callback of MONAI DataLoader flattens nested lists return tuple(data)
[docs] class ArrayDataset(Randomizable, _TorchDataset): """ Dataset for segmentation and classification tasks based on array format input data and transforms. It ensures the same random seeds in the randomized transforms defined for image, segmentation and label. The `transform` can be :py:class:`monai.transforms.Compose` or any other callable object. For example: If train based on Nifti format images without metadata, all transforms can be composed:: img_transform = Compose( [ LoadImage(image_only=True), EnsureChannelFirst(), RandAdjustContrast() ] ) ArrayDataset(img_file_list, img_transform=img_transform) If training based on images and the metadata, the array transforms can not be composed because several transforms receives multiple parameters or return multiple values. Then Users need to define their own callable method to parse metadata from `LoadImage` or set `affine` matrix to `Spacing` transform:: class TestCompose(Compose): def __call__(self, input_): img, metadata = self.transforms[0](input_) img = self.transforms[1](img) img, _, _ = self.transforms[2](img, metadata["affine"]) return self.transforms[3](img), metadata img_transform = TestCompose( [ LoadImage(image_only=False), EnsureChannelFirst(), Spacing(pixdim=(1.5, 1.5, 3.0)), RandAdjustContrast() ] ) ArrayDataset(img_file_list, img_transform=img_transform) Examples:: >>> ds = ArrayDataset([1, 2, 3, 4], lambda x: x + 0.1) >>> print(ds[0]) 1.1 >>> ds = ArrayDataset(img=[1, 2, 3, 4], seg=[5, 6, 7, 8]) >>> print(ds[0]) [1, 5] """
[docs] def __init__( self, img: Sequence, img_transform: Callable | None = None, seg: Sequence | None = None, seg_transform: Callable | None = None, labels: Sequence | None = None, label_transform: Callable | None = None, ) -> None: """ Initializes the dataset with the filename lists. The transform `img_transform` is applied to the images and `seg_transform` to the segmentations. Args: img: sequence of images. img_transform: transform to apply to each element in `img`. seg: sequence of segmentations. seg_transform: transform to apply to each element in `seg`. labels: sequence of labels. label_transform: transform to apply to each element in `labels`. """ items = [(img, img_transform), (seg, seg_transform), (labels, label_transform)] self.set_random_state(seed=get_seed()) datasets = [Dataset(x[0], x[1]) for x in items if x[0] is not None] self.dataset = datasets[0] if len(datasets) == 1 else ZipDataset(datasets) self._seed = 0 # transform synchronization seed
def __len__(self) -> int: return len(self.dataset)
[docs] def randomize(self, data: Any | None = None) -> None: self._seed = self.R.randint(MAX_SEED, dtype="uint32")
def __getitem__(self, index: int): self.randomize() if isinstance(self.dataset, ZipDataset): # set transforms of each zip component for dataset in self.dataset.data: transform = getattr(dataset, "transform", None) if isinstance(transform, Randomizable): transform.set_random_state(seed=self._seed) transform = getattr(self.dataset, "transform", None) if isinstance(transform, Randomizable): transform.set_random_state(seed=self._seed) return self.dataset[index]
[docs] class NPZDictItemDataset(Dataset): """ Represents a dataset from a loaded NPZ file. The members of the file to load are named in the keys of `keys` and stored under the keyed name. All loaded arrays must have the same 0-dimension (batch) size. Items are always dicts mapping names to an item extracted from the loaded arrays. If passing slicing indices, will return a PyTorch Subset, for example: `data: Subset = dataset[1:4]`, for more details, please check: https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/data.html#torch.utils.data.Subset Args: npzfile: Path to .npz file or stream containing .npz file data keys: Maps keys to load from file to name to store in dataset transform: Transform to apply to batch dict other_keys: secondary data to load from file and store in dict `other_keys`, not returned by __getitem__ """ def __init__( self, npzfile: str | IO, keys: dict[str, str], transform: Callable[..., dict[str, Any]] | None = None, other_keys: Sequence[str] | None = (), ): self.npzfile: str | IO = npzfile if isinstance(npzfile, str) else "STREAM" self.keys: dict[str, str] = dict(keys) dat = np.load(npzfile) self.arrays = {storedk: dat[datak] for datak, storedk in self.keys.items()} self.length = self.arrays[cast(str, first(self.keys.values()))].shape[0] self.other_keys = {} if other_keys is None else {k: dat[k] for k in other_keys} for k, v in self.arrays.items(): if v.shape[0] != self.length: raise ValueError( "All loaded arrays must have the same first dimension " f"size {self.length}, array `{k}` has size {v.shape[0]}" ) super().__init__([], transform) def __len__(self): return self.length def _transform(self, index: int): data = {k: v[index] for k, v in self.arrays.items()} if not self.transform: return data result = apply_transform(self.transform, data) if isinstance(result, dict) or (isinstance(result, list) and isinstance(result[0], dict)): return result raise AssertionError("With a dict supplied to apply_transform, should return a dict or a list of dicts.")
[docs] class CSVDataset(Dataset): """ Dataset to load data from CSV files and generate a list of dictionaries, every dictionary maps to a row of the CSV file, and the keys of dictionary map to the column names of the CSV file. It can load multiple CSV files and join the tables with additional `kwargs` arg. Support to only load specific rows and columns. And it can also group several loaded columns to generate a new column, for example, set `col_groups={"meta": ["meta_0", "meta_1", "meta_2"]}`, output can be:: [ {"image": "./image0.nii", "meta_0": 11, "meta_1": 12, "meta_2": 13, "meta": [11, 12, 13]}, {"image": "./image1.nii", "meta_0": 21, "meta_1": 22, "meta_2": 23, "meta": [21, 22, 23]}, ] Args: src: if provided the filename of CSV file, it can be a str, URL, path object or file-like object to load. also support to provide pandas `DataFrame` directly, will skip loading from filename. if provided a list of filenames or pandas `DataFrame`, it will join the tables. row_indices: indices of the expected rows to load. it should be a list, every item can be a int number or a range `[start, end)` for the indices. for example: `row_indices=[[0, 100], 200, 201, 202, 300]`. if None, load all the rows in the file. col_names: names of the expected columns to load. if None, load all the columns. col_types: `type` and `default value` to convert the loaded columns, if None, use original data. it should be a dictionary, every item maps to an expected column, the `key` is the column name and the `value` is None or a dictionary to define the default value and data type. the supported keys in dictionary are: ["type", "default"]. for example:: col_types = { "subject_id": {"type": str}, "label": {"type": int, "default": 0}, "ehr_0": {"type": float, "default": 0.0}, "ehr_1": {"type": float, "default": 0.0}, "image": {"type": str, "default": None}, } col_groups: args to group the loaded columns to generate a new column, it should be a dictionary, every item maps to a group, the `key` will be the new column name, the `value` is the names of columns to combine. for example: `col_groups={"ehr": [f"ehr_{i}" for i in range(10)], "meta": ["meta_1", "meta_2"]}` transform: transform to apply on the loaded items of a dictionary data. kwargs_read_csv: dictionary args to pass to pandas `read_csv` function. kwargs: additional arguments for `pandas.merge()` API to join tables. """ def __init__( self, src: str | Sequence[str] | None = None, # also can be `DataFrame` or a sequence of `DataFrame` row_indices: Sequence[int | str] | None = None, col_names: Sequence[str] | None = None, col_types: dict[str, dict[str, Any] | None] | None = None, col_groups: dict[str, Sequence[str]] | None = None, transform: Callable | None = None, kwargs_read_csv: dict | None = None, **kwargs, ): srcs = (src,) if not isinstance(src, (tuple, list)) else src dfs: list = [] for i in srcs: if isinstance(i, str): dfs.append(pd.read_csv(i, **kwargs_read_csv) if kwargs_read_csv else pd.read_csv(i)) elif isinstance(i, pd.DataFrame): dfs.append(i) else: raise ValueError("`src` must be file path or pandas `DataFrame`.") data = convert_tables_to_dicts( dfs=dfs, row_indices=row_indices, col_names=col_names, col_types=col_types, col_groups=col_groups, **kwargs ) super().__init__(data=data, transform=transform)
[docs] class GDSDataset(PersistentDataset): """ An extension of the PersistentDataset using direct memory access(DMA) data path between GPU memory and storage, thus avoiding a bounce buffer through the CPU. This direct path can increase system bandwidth while decreasing latency and utilization load on the CPU and GPU. A tutorial is available: https://github.com/Project-MONAI/tutorials/blob/main/modules/GDS_dataset.ipynb. See also: https://github.com/rapidsai/kvikio """
[docs] def __init__( self, data: Sequence, transform: Sequence[Callable] | Callable, cache_dir: Path | str | None, device: int, hash_func: Callable[..., bytes] = pickle_hashing, hash_transform: Callable[..., bytes] | None = None, reset_ops_id: bool = True, **kwargs: Any, ) -> None: """ Args: data: input data file paths to load and transform to generate dataset for model. `GDSDataset` expects input data to be a list of serializable and hashes them as cache keys using `hash_func`. transform: transforms to execute operations on input data. cache_dir: If specified, this is the location for gpu direct storage of pre-computed transformed data tensors. The cache_dir is computed once, and persists on disk until explicitly removed. Different runs, programs, experiments may share a common cache dir provided that the transforms pre-processing is consistent. If `cache_dir` doesn't exist, will automatically create it. If `cache_dir` is `None`, there is effectively no caching. device: target device to put the output Tensor data. Note that only int can be used to specify the gpu to be used. hash_func: a callable to compute hash from data items to be cached. defaults to `monai.data.utils.pickle_hashing`. hash_transform: a callable to compute hash from the transform information when caching. This may reduce errors due to transforms changing during experiments. Default to None (no hash). Other options are `pickle_hashing` and `json_hashing` functions from `monai.data.utils`. reset_ops_id: whether to set `TraceKeys.ID` to ``Tracekys.NONE``, defaults to ``True``. When this is enabled, the traced transform instance IDs will be removed from the cached MetaTensors. This is useful for skipping the transform instance checks when inverting applied operations using the cached content and with re-created transform instances. """ super().__init__( data=data, transform=transform, cache_dir=cache_dir, hash_func=hash_func, hash_transform=hash_transform, reset_ops_id=reset_ops_id, **kwargs, ) self.device = device self._meta_cache: dict[Any, dict[Any, Any]] = {}
def _cachecheck(self, item_transformed): """ In order to enable direct storage to the GPU when loading the hashfile, rewritten this function. Note that in this function, it will always return `torch.Tensor` when load data from cache. Args: item_transformed: The current data element to be mutated into transformed representation Returns: The transformed data_element, either from cache, or explicitly computing it. Warning: The current implementation does not encode transform information as part of the hashing mechanism used for generating cache names when `hash_transform` is None. If the transforms applied are changed in any way, the objects in the cache dir will be invalid. """ hashfile = None # compute a cache id if self.cache_dir is not None: data_item_md5 = self.hash_func(item_transformed).decode("utf-8") data_item_md5 += self.transform_hash hashfile = self.cache_dir / f"{data_item_md5}.pt" if hashfile is not None and hashfile.is_file(): # cache hit with cp.cuda.Device(self.device): if isinstance(item_transformed, dict): item: dict[Any, Any] = {} for k in item_transformed: meta_k = self._load_meta_cache(meta_hash_file_name=f"{hashfile.name}-{k}-meta") item[k] = kvikio_numpy.fromfile(f"{hashfile}-{k}", dtype=meta_k["dtype"], like=cp.empty(())) item[k] = convert_to_tensor(item[k].reshape(meta_k["shape"]), device=f"cuda:{self.device}") item[f"{k}_meta_dict"] = meta_k return item elif isinstance(item_transformed, (np.ndarray, torch.Tensor)): _meta = self._load_meta_cache(meta_hash_file_name=f"{hashfile.name}-meta") _data = kvikio_numpy.fromfile(f"{hashfile}", dtype=_meta["dtype"], like=cp.empty(())) _data = convert_to_tensor(_data.reshape(_meta["shape"]), device=f"cuda:{self.device}") filtered_keys = list(filter(lambda key: key not in ["dtype", "shape"], _meta.keys())) if bool(filtered_keys): return (_data, _meta) return _data else: item: list[dict[Any, Any]] = [{} for _ in range(len(item_transformed))] # type:ignore for i, _item in enumerate(item_transformed): for k in _item: meta_i_k = self._load_meta_cache(meta_hash_file_name=f"{hashfile.name}-{k}-meta-{i}") item_k = kvikio_numpy.fromfile( f"{hashfile}-{k}-{i}", dtype=meta_i_k["dtype"], like=cp.empty(()) ) item_k = convert_to_tensor(item[i].reshape(meta_i_k["shape"]), device=f"cuda:{self.device}") item[i].update({k: item_k, f"{k}_meta_dict": meta_i_k}) return item # create new cache _item_transformed = self._pre_transform(deepcopy(item_transformed)) # keep the original hashed if hashfile is None: return _item_transformed if isinstance(_item_transformed, dict): for k in _item_transformed: data_hashfile = f"{hashfile}-{k}" meta_hash_file_name = f"{hashfile.name}-{k}-meta" if isinstance(_item_transformed[k], (np.ndarray, torch.Tensor)): self._create_new_cache(_item_transformed[k], data_hashfile, meta_hash_file_name) else: return _item_transformed elif isinstance(_item_transformed, (np.ndarray, torch.Tensor)): data_hashfile = f"{hashfile}" meta_hash_file_name = f"{hashfile.name}-meta" self._create_new_cache(_item_transformed, data_hashfile, meta_hash_file_name) else: for i, _item in enumerate(_item_transformed): for k in _item: data_hashfile = f"{hashfile}-{k}-{i}" meta_hash_file_name = f"{hashfile.name}-{k}-meta-{i}" self._create_new_cache(_item, data_hashfile, meta_hash_file_name) open(hashfile, "a").close() # store cacheid return _item_transformed def _create_new_cache(self, data, data_hashfile, meta_hash_file_name): self._meta_cache[meta_hash_file_name] = copy(data.meta) if isinstance(data, MetaTensor) else {} _item_transformed_data = data.array if isinstance(data, MetaTensor) else data if isinstance(_item_transformed_data, torch.Tensor): _item_transformed_data = _item_transformed_data.numpy() self._meta_cache[meta_hash_file_name]["shape"] = _item_transformed_data.shape self._meta_cache[meta_hash_file_name]["dtype"] = str(_item_transformed_data.dtype) kvikio_numpy.tofile(_item_transformed_data, data_hashfile) try: # NOTE: Writing to a temporary directory and then using a nearly atomic rename operation # to make the cache more robust to manual killing of parent process # which may leave partially written cache files in an incomplete state with tempfile.TemporaryDirectory() as tmpdirname: meta_hash_file = self.cache_dir / meta_hash_file_name temp_hash_file = Path(tmpdirname) / meta_hash_file_name torch.save( obj=self._meta_cache[meta_hash_file_name], f=temp_hash_file, pickle_module=look_up_option(self.pickle_module, SUPPORTED_PICKLE_MOD), pickle_protocol=self.pickle_protocol, ) if temp_hash_file.is_file() and not meta_hash_file.is_file(): # On Unix, if target exists and is a file, it will be replaced silently if the # user has permission. # for more details: https://docs.python.org/3/library/shutil.html#shutil.move. try: shutil.move(str(temp_hash_file), meta_hash_file) except FileExistsError: pass except PermissionError: # project-monai/monai issue #3613 pass def _load_meta_cache(self, meta_hash_file_name): if meta_hash_file_name in self._meta_cache: return self._meta_cache[meta_hash_file_name] else: return torch.load(self.cache_dir / meta_hash_file_name)