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  • Tpr1-源码

    2021-03-08 13:24:17
    Tpr1
  • Lab2TPR-源码

    2021-02-16 15:07:43
    Lab2TPR
  • 仅作为记录,大佬请跳过。 print(format(TPR,'.4f'))

    仅作为记录,大佬请跳过。

    print保留四位小数

    print(format(TPR,'.4f'))
    

    二分类TPR计算器

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    五分类TPR计算器

    [对各类分别计算TPR,最后取平均]


    用混淆矩阵的形式,用np.array([],[],[],[],[])先列出

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    全部代码

    # 五分类
    import numpy as np
    
    matrix=np.array([[1163,24,5,0,0],[125,413,2,0,0],[2,18,1241,2,0],[0,0,3,1689,0],[326,1405,269,5,1834]])
    sum_=matrix.sum()
    TPR_list,FPR_list,precision_list,accuracy_list,F1_list=[],[],[],[],[]
    
    
    def TPF_calculator_twoclass(a,b,c,d):
        TPR=float(a/(a+c))
        FPR=float(b/(b+d))
        precision=float(a/(b+a))
        accuracy=float((a+d)/(a+b+c+d))
        F1=2*precision*TPR/(precision+TPR)
        
        return TPR,FPR,precision,accuracy,F1
        
    
    class_num=matrix.shape[0]
    for i in range(class_num):
        a=matrix[i][i]
        b=matrix.sum(axis=0)[i]-a
        c=matrix.sum(axis=1)[i]-a
        d=sum_-a-b-c
        
        _TPR,_FPR,_precision,_accuracy,_F1=TPF_calculator_twoclass(a,b,c,d)
        TPR_list.append(_TPR);FPR_list.append(_FPR);precision_list.append(_precision);accuracy_list.append(_accuracy);F1_list.append(_F1)
    
    print('TPR_list:',TPR_list)
    print('FPR_list:',FPR_list)
    print('precision_list:',precision_list)
    print('accuracy_list:',accuracy_list)
    print('F1_list:',F1_list)
    
    print('TPR_average:',np.average(TPR_list))
    print('FPR_average:',np.average(FPR_list))
    print('precision_average:',np.average(precision_list))
    print('accuracy_average:',np.average(accuracy_list))
    print('F1_average:',np.average(F1_list))
    

    使用

    只需修改混淆矩阵(5×5)的元素,运行即可。
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    展示

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    参考

    感谢大佬博主文章——传送门

    还可参考:

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  • TPR是一种工具,可让您一键创建漂亮的报告。 已为项目经理研究了TPR。 日志:2015-05-14:1.7.4-修复了显示空白发布的问题。 2015-05-14:1.7.3-添加了多个版本的句柄。 2015-05-14:1.7.2-修复了发行内容中的错误。...
  • Total Physical Response(TPR).pdf
  • %% TPR2PDB.m % % Gromacs 对于模拟全原子系统很有用,它启动了这些% 使用 TPR 文件进行模拟。 所有 TPR 文件都包含坐标数据% 启动模拟。 有时打开并检查它是有用的% 结构体。 该程序提取它并将其转换为 PDB 格式以...
  • 1. fpr tpr等五个指标记录 def calculate_fpr_tpr_tnr_f1score_accuracy(y_true, y_pred): ''' y_true 和 y_pred均是ndarray类型。 ''' y_true = y_true.flatten() y_pred = y_pred.flatten() Tp = 0 ...

    1. fpr tpr等五个指标记录

    def calculate_fpr_tpr_tnr_f1score_accuracy(y_true, y_pred):
        '''
        y_true 和 y_pred均是ndarray类型。
        '''
        y_true = y_true.flatten()
        y_pred = y_pred.flatten()
        Tp = 0
        Fp = 0
        Tn = 0
        Fn = 0
        for label, pred in zip(y_true, y_pred):
            if (label == 0) and (pred == 0):
                Tp = Tp + 1
            elif (label == 1) and (pred == 0):
                Fp = Fp + 1
            elif (label == 1) and (pred == 1):
                Tn = Tn + 1
            elif (label == 0) and (pred == 1):
                Fn = Fn + 1
            else:
                print('something weird with labels')
                return -1
                # sys.exit()
        # calculate precision, recall, accuracy, f1
        # it's possible for division by zero in some of these cases, so do a try/except
        try:
            precision = Tp / (Tp + Fp)
        except:
            precision = 0
        try:
            recall = Tp / (Tp + Fn)
        except:
            recall = 0
        try:
            accuracy = (Tn + Tp) / (Tn + Tp + Fn + Fp)
        except:
            accuracy = 0
        try:
            f1Score = 2 * precision * recall / (precision + recall)
        except:
            f1Score = 0
        try:
            fpr = Fp / (Fp + Tn)
        except:
            fpr = 0
        try:
            tpr = Tp / (Tp + Fn)
        except:
            tpr = 0
        try:
            tnr = Tn / (Tn + Fp)
        except:
            tnr = 0
        return (fpr, tpr, tnr, f1Score, accuracy)
    
    (fpr, tpr, tnr, f1Score, accuracy) = \
                    calculate_fpr_tpr_tnr_f1score_accuracy(test_label, prediction)
    
    

    2. ROC曲线画图

    ef compute_metrics(probs, yprobs):
        '''
        Returns
            fpr : Increasing false positive rates such that element i is the false positive rate of predictions with score >= thresholds[i]
            tpr : Increasing true positive rates such that element i is the true positive rate of predictions with score >= thresholds[i].
            thresholds : Decreasing thresholds on the decision function used to compute fpr and tpr. thresholds[0] represents no instances being predicted and is arbitrarily set to max(y_score) + 1
            auc : Area Under the ROC Curve metric
        '''
        # calculate AUC
        auc = roc_auc_score(yprobs, probs)
        # calculate roc curve
        fpr, tpr, thresholds = roc_curve(yprobs, probs)
    
        return fpr, tpr, thresholds, auc
    
    
    
    
    
    def find_nearest(array, value):
        idx = np.searchsorted(array, value, side="left")
        if idx > 0 and (idx == len(array) or math.fabs(value - array[idx - 1]) < math.fabs(value - array[idx])):
            return array[idx - 1], idx - 1
        else:
            return array[idx], idx
    
    
    def draw_roc(fpr, tpr, thresholds):
        # find threshold
        targetfpr = 1e-3
        _, idx = find_nearest(fpr, targetfpr)
        threshold = thresholds[idx]
        recall = tpr[idx]
    
        # plot no skill
        plt.plot([0, 1], [0, 1], linestyle='--')
        # plot the roc curve for the model
        plt.plot(fpr, tpr, marker='.')
        plt.title('AUC: {0:.3f}\nSensitivity : {2:.1%} @FPR={1:.0e}\nThreshold={3})'.format(auc, targetfpr, recall,
                                                                                            abs(threshold)))
        # show the plot
        plt.show()
    
    

     

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  • Total Physical Response TPR

    2018-11-16 14:54:55
    Total Physical Response TPR

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    译文地址:http://blog.csdn.net/fenglibing/archive/2007/02/07/1504943.aspx

    Mother Address: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/think/methodology/tpr.shtml

    This is an introduction to the teaching approach known as total physical response.

    • Where is it from?
    •    
    • How can I use it in class?
    •    
    • When should I use it?
    •    
    • Why should I use it in the classroom?
    •    
    • A few useful variations
    •    
    • Are there any disadvantages with using TPR?

    Where is it from?
    TPR stands for Total Physical Response and was created by Dr. James J Asher. It is based upon the way that children learn their mother tongue. Parents have 'language-body conversations' with their children, the parent instructs and the child physically responds to this. The parent says, "Look at mummy" or "Give me the ball" and the child does so. These conversations continue for many months before the child actually starts to speak itself. Even though it can't speak during this time, the child is taking in all of the language; the sounds and the patterns. Eventually when it has decoded enough, the child reproduces the language quite spontaneously. TPR attempts to mirror this effect in the language classroom.


    How can I use it in class?
    In the classroom the teacher plays the role of parent. She starts by saying a word ('jump') or a phrase ('look at the board') and demonstrating an action. The teacher then says the command and the students all do the action. After repeating a few times it is possible to extend this by asking the students to repeat the word as they do the action. When they feel confident with the word or phrase you can then ask the students to direct each other or the whole class.

    It is more effective if the students are standing in a circle around the teacher and you can even encourage them to walk around as they do the action.

     

    When should I use it?
    TPR can be used to teach and practise many things.

     

    • Vocabulary connected with actions (smile, chop, headache, wriggle)
    •    
    • Tenses past/present/future and continuous aspects (Every morning I clean my teeth, I make my bed, I eat breakfast)
    •    
    • Classroom language (Open your books)
    •    
    • Imperatives/Instructions (Stand up, close you eyes)
    •    
    • Story-telling

    It can be adapted for all kinds of teaching situations, you just need to use your imagination!

    Why should I use it in the classroom?

    • It is a lot of fun, students enjoy it and it can be a real stirrer in the class. It lifts the pace and the mood.
    •    
    • It is very memorable. It really helps students to remember phrases or words.
    •    
    • It is good for kinaesthetic learners who need to be active in the class.
    •    
    • It can be used in large or small classes. It doesn't really matter how many students you have as long as you are prepared to take the lead, the students will follow.
    •    
    • It works well with mixed-ability classes. The physical actions get across the meaning effectively so that all the students are able to understand and use the target language.
    •    
    • It doesn't require a lot of preparation or materials. As long as you are clear what you want to practise (a rehearsal beforehand can help) , it won't take a lot of time to get ready.
    •    
    • It is very effective with teenagers and young learners.
    •    
    • It involves both left and right-brained learning.

    A few useful variations
    When I use TPR, first I get the students to do the actions and then I do them and drill the students (chorally and individually) to give them an opportunity to practise making the sounds. They are then ready to give commands to each other.

    A game I like to play is to organize the students into a circle around me, I say the word and the last person to do the action is out. This person then stands behind me and watches for the student who does the action last. Eventually there is only one student, she is the winner.

    You can extend this by playing Simon Says. This time when you give a command, students should only do it if you say "Simon says..." at the start. I might say, "Simon says, 'slice some bread'" or "Simon says, 'chop and onion'" and the students must do the action. However if I say, "Whisk an egg" the students shouldn't do this. If anyone does the action that Simon doesn't say then they are out and have to watch for the mistakes of the other students.

    Are there any disadvantages with using TPR?

    • Students who are not used to such things might find it embarrassing.
      This can be the case initially but I have found that if the teacher is prepared to perform the actions, the students feel happier about copying. Also the students are in a groups and don't have to perform for the whole class. This pleasure is reserved for the teacher.
    •    
    • It is only really suitable for beginner levels.
      Whilst it is clear that it is far more useful at lower levels because the target
      language lends itself to such activities I have also used it successfully with
      Intermediate and Advanced levels. You need to adapt the language accordingly.
      For example, it helped me to teach 'ways of walking' (stumble,stagger,tiptoe) to
      an advanced class and cooking verbs to intermediate students (whisk, stir, grate).
    •    
    • You can't teach everything with it and if used a lot it would become repetitive.
      I completely agree with this but it can be a successful and fun way of changing the dynamics and pace of a lesson used in conjunction with other methods and techniques.
                 

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    tpR402M固件090609升级,官网已经下架了的
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  • TPR教学 常用502个单词

    千次阅读 2018-07-18 16:29:49
    502 Words that Can Be Learned with Total Physical Response (TPR), By Domain 502 Words that Can Be Learned with Total Physical Response (TPR), By Domain    Compiled by Reid Wilson  Note: The ...

    502 Words that Can Be Learned with Total Physical Response (TPR), By Domain

    502 Words that Can Be Learned with Total Physical Response (TPR), By Domain 

     

    Compiled by Reid Wilson 

    Note: The following is a first list of just some of the words that can easily be learned using TPR. It is exemplary, not comprehensive, and can be used as a start to make of list of 1,000 or even 2,000 words. 

    A few the words are culture/county specific but you can replace them with things from where you are. 

    General Body Movements 
    1. stand up 
    2. sit down 
    3. walk 
    4. stop 
    5. turn left 
    6. turn right 
    7. turn around 
    8. walk backwards 
    9. jump 
    10. hop 
    11. bend over 
    12. squat 
    13. walk 3 steps, 5 steps, etc. 
    14. face ___ (face me; face the wall, face the door, etc.) 
    15. lift up your right leg (left leg, right arm, etc.) 
    16. lower your leg (left leg, right arm, etc.) 
    17. shake my hand 
    18. kiss me (on the cheek!) 
    19. make a fist 
    20. clap your hands 
    21. snap your fingers 
    22. wave 

    facial things 
    23. smile 
    24. cough 
    25. laugh 
    26. cry 
    27. sneeze 
    28. open your mouth 
    29. close your mouth 
    30. stick out your tongue 
    31. put your tongue back in 
    32. wink 
    33. blink 
    34. wiggle your nose 

    General verbs you can use with objects 
    35. where is 
    36. touch 
    37. show me 
    38. pick up 
    39. put down 
    40. put it back (return) 
    41. drop 
    42. move 
    43. give me (give him) 
    44. take it back 
    45. throw 
    46. catch 
    47. turn over (flip) 
    48. put the _____ on (under etc.) the ______ 
    49. push 
    50. pull 
    51. lift 

    kitchen table stuff 
    52. cup 
    53. plate 
    54. bowl 
    55. knife 
    56. fork 
    57. spoon 
    58. napkin / tissue 
    59. dish 
    60. big round serving tray 
    61. tray you’d serve tea or coffee on 
    62. table 
    63. chair 

    kitchen stuff 
    64. pan 
    65. oven 
    66. stove 
    67. sink 
    68. faucet 
    69. counter 
    70. cupboard 
    71. refrigerator 

    basic foods 
    72. flour 
    73. sugar 
    74. bread 
    75. tea leaves 
    76. coffee grounds 
    77. rice 
    78. nuts 
    79. yogurt 
    80. candy, etc. 

    drinks 
    81. water 
    82. milk 
    83. juice 
    84. soda 
    85. yogurt (drinking) 
    86. coffee 
    87. tea 

    fruits/vegetables 
    88. apple 
    89. banana 
    90. orange 
    91. plum 
    92. grapes 
    93. fig 
    94. dates 
    95. raisons 
    96. lemon 
    97. pomegranate 
    98. watermelon 
    99. tomato 
    100. cucumber 
    101. zucchini 
    102. onion 
    103. carrot 
    104. eggplant 
    105. small eggplant 
    106. potato 
    107. garlic 
    108. parsley 
    109. lettuce 
    110. grape leaves 
    111. celery 
    112. mint 
    113. cabbage, etc. 

    numbers (by using pens, for example) 
    114. one 
    115. two 
    116. three 
    117. four 
    118. five 
    119. six 
    120. seven 
    121. eight 
    122. nine 
    123. ten 
    124. eleven, etc. 

    words having to do with a door 
    125. door 
    126. key 
    127. doorknob 
    128. hinge 
    129. peephole 
    130. doorbell 
    131. open the door 
    132. close the door 
    133. lock the door 
    134. unlock the door 
    135. look through the peephole 
    136. ring the doorbell 
    137. knock on the door 

    words having to do with money 
    138. coin 
    139. bill 
    140. 1 qirsh coin 
    141. 5 qirsh coin 
    142. 10 qirsh coin 
    143. 25 qirsh coin 
    144. 50 qirsh coin 
    145. 1 dinar coin 
    146. 1 dinar bill 
    147. 5 dinar bill 
    148. 10 dinar bill 
    149. 20 dinar bill 
    150. pay me 35 qirsh, etc. 
    151. put 1 dinar in your pocket, etc. 
    152. give me change for this 1 dinar bill 

    words having to do with a cassette recorder/radio/etc. 
    153. cassette recorder 
    154. button 
    155. microphone 
    156. speaker 
    157. headphones 
    158. volume control 
    159. DC adapter jack 
    160. DC adapter 
    161. handle 
    162. front 
    163. back 
    164. side 
    165. battery cover 
    166. battery 
    167. play button 
    168. record button 
    169. rewind button 
    170. fast forward button 
    171. pause button 
    172. cassette 
    173. put the cassette in the player 
    174. take the cassette out of the player 
    175. turn the cassette over (i.e., take it out, turn it over, and put it back in) 
    176. push play (start the tape) 
    177. turn up the volume 
    178. turn down the volume 
    179. push stop (stop the tape) 
    180. push the pause button 
    181. rewind the tape 
    182. fast forward the tape 
    183. record ___ onto the tape 
    184. turn on the radio 
    185. turn off the radio 
    186. change the station 
    187. find some music 
    188. find some talking 
    189. change the band (e.g., from AM to FM) 
    190. change it back 

    words that have to do with a book 
    191. book 
    192. title 
    193. author 
    194. cover 
    195. table of contents 
    196. index 
    197. chapter 
    198. page 
    199. page number 
    200. section 
    201. paragraph 
    202. sentence 
    203. period 
    204. comma 
    205. quotation mark 
    206. open the book 
    207. close the book 
    208. turn to page number ____ 
    209. turn the page 
    210. turn forward 5 pages 
    211. turn back a page 
    212. turn back three pages 

    Things you’ll see outside in a city (you and your tutor will have to go outside for this list, but it’s nice to have a change every once in a while anyway) 

    213. car 
    214. truck 
    215. motorcycle 
    216. bicycle 
    217. bus 
    218. pedestrian (walker) 
    219. policeman 
    220. office building 
    221. restaurant 
    222. house 
    223. apartment building 
    224. grocery store 
    225. vegetable/fruit store 
    226. butcher’s shop 
    227. bakery 
    228. gas station 

    words having to do with a car 
    229. car 
    230. door 
    231. front seat 
    232. back seat 
    233. driver’s seat 
    234. passenger seat 
    235. steering wheel 
    236. seat belt 
    237. break pedal 
    238. gas pedal 
    239. clutch pedal 
    240. speedometer 
    241. gas gauge 
    242. gear shift 
    243. emergency break 
    244. ignition switch 
    245. horn 
    246. hood 
    247. headlight 
    248. fender 
    249. license plate 
    250. engine 
    251. trunk 
    252. tire 
    253. fender 
    254. exhaust pipe 
    255. turn signal switch 
    256. light switch 
    257. put on/take off your seatbelt 
    258. turn on the car 
    259. turn off the car 
    260. drive forward 
    261. go in reverse 
    262. turn right 
    263. turn left 
    264. do a U-turn 
    265. turn on your left turn signal 
    266. turn on your right turn signal 
    267. use the horn 
    268. stop 
    269. speed up 
    270. slow down 
    271. turn on/off the headlights 
    272. turn on/off the highbeams 
    273. turn on/off the inside light 
    274. wind down the window 
    275. wind up the window 
    276. lock the door (from the inside) 
    277. lock the door (from the outside) 
    278. driver’s license 
    279. 

    prepositions 
    280. on 
    281. in 
    282. under 
    283. above 
    284. beside / next to 
    285. in front of 
    286. behind 
    287. to the left of 
    288. to the right of 

    living room 
    289. sofa 
    290. chair 
    291. pillow 
    292. coffee table 
    293. rug 
    294. carpet 
    295. cushion 
    296. window 
    297. curtain 
    298. lamp 
    299. ceiling light 
    300. light switch 
    301. electrical plug 
    302. phone plug 
    303. telephone 
    304. telephone cord 
    305. television 
    306. bookcase 

    bedroom 
    307. bed 
    308. sheet 
    309. pillow 
    310. blanket 
    311. dresser 
    312. closet 
    313. coat hanger 
    314. mirror 

    bathroom 
    315. toilet 
    316. bathtub 
    317. toilet paper 
    318. sink 
    319. towel 
    320. shower curtain 
    321. toothbrush 
    322. toothpaste 
    323. comb 
    324. plunger 
    325. shampoo 
    326. deodorant 

    basic adjectives 

    327. big 
    328. small 
    329. medium (of three, for example) 
    330. long 
    331. short 
    332. new 
    333. old 
    334. thick 
    335. thin 

    colors 
    336. color (the word for color) 
    337. white 
    338. black 
    339. red 
    340. orange 
    341. yellow 
    342. green 
    343. blue 
    344. purple 
    345. pink 
    346. brown 
    347. gray 

    shapes 
    348. square 
    349. rectangle 
    350. triangle 
    351. circle 
    352. oval 
    353. pentagon 
    354. hexagon 
    355. cube 
    356. box (rectangular solid) 
    357. sphere 

    things you can do with a pen 
    358. cap 
    359. take off the cap 
    360. put the cap back on 
    361. write 
    362. sign your name 
    363. draw a line, circle, square, etc. 

    basic adverbs 
    364. quickly 
    365. slowly 
    366. carefully 

    voice things 
    367. speak 
    368. sing 
    369. hum 
    370. whisper 
    371. shout/yell 
    372. stop speaking (singing, humming, etc.) 

    household items 
    373. light bulb 
    374. hammer 
    375. screwdriver 
    376. screw 
    377. wrench 
    378. pliers 
    379. broom 
    380. mop 
    381. dustpan 
    382. sweep the floor 
    383. mop the floor 
    384. trash can 
    385. trash bag 
    386. washing machine 
    387. dryer 
    388. iron 
    389. ironing board 
    390. clothes pin 

    clothing 
    391. shirt 
    392. pants 
    393. shoe 
    394. shoes 
    395. coat 
    396. underwear 
    397. sock 
    398. socks 
    399. watch 
    400. sweater 
    401. hat 
    402. belt 
    403. dress shirt 
    404. tie 
    405. dress 
    406. skirt 
    407. blouse 

    parts of the body 
    408. hair 
    409. forehead 
    410. eyebrow 
    411. eyelash 
    412. eye 
    413. ear 
    414. cheek 
    415. nose 
    416. lip/lips 
    417. mouth 
    418. moustache 
    419. beard 
    420. chin 
    421. throat 
    422. tooth / teeth 
    423. tongue 
    424. chest 
    425. back 
    426. shoulder 
    427. belly 
    428. arm 
    429. leg 
    430. thigh 
    431. shin 
    432. hand 
    433. finger 
    434. fingers 
    435. thumb 
    436. knuckle 
    437. fingernail 
    438. elbow 
    439. knee 
    440. foot 
    441. ankle 
    442. toe / toes 

    office 
    443. office 
    444. desk 
    445. computer 
    446. keyboard 
    447. monitor 
    448. printer 
    449. mouse 
    450. printer cable 
    451. voltage regular 
    452. power cord 
    453. disk drive 
    454. floppy disk 
    455. paper 
    456. modem 
    457. fax machine 
    458. scanner 
    459. shredder 

    words having to do with a wall calendar 

    460. today 
    461. yesterday 
    462. tomorrow 
    463. the day before yesterday 
    464. the day after tomorrow 
    465. week 
    466. this week 
    467. last week 
    468. next week 
    469. Sunday 
    470. Monday 
    471. Tuesday 
    472. Wednesday 
    473. Thursday 
    474. Friday 
    475. Saturday 
    476. month (this month, last month, next month) 
    477. next Thursday 
    478. last Monday 
    479. a week from Wednesday 
    480. holiday 

    with a clock 
    481. clock 
    482. 1:00 
    483. 2:00 
    484. 3:00 
    485. 4:00 
    486. 5:00 
    487. 6:00 
    488. 7:00 
    489. 8:00 
    490. 9:00 
    491. 10:00 
    492. 11:00 
    493. 12:00 
    494. 1:15 
    495. 2:30 
    496. 3:45 
    497. 4:20 
    498. 9:40 
    499. 8:55 
    500. 8:05 
    501. AM 
    502. PM

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