Control aspects of the Bayesian search process

control_bayes(
verbose = FALSE,
no_improve = 10L,
uncertain = Inf,
seed = sample.int(10^5, 1),
extract = NULL,
save_pred = FALSE,
time_limit = NA,
pkgs = NULL,
save_workflow = FALSE,
save_gp_scoring = FALSE,
event_level = "first",
parallel_over = NULL
)

## Arguments

verbose A logical for logging results as they are generated. Despite this argument, warnings and errors are always shown. If using a dark IDE theme, some logging messages might be hard to see. If this is the case, try setting the tidymodels.dark option with options(tidymodels.dark = TRUE) to print lighter colors. The integer cutoff for the number of iterations without better results. The number of iterations with no improvement before an uncertainty sample is created where a sample with high predicted variance is chosen (i.e., in a region that has not yet been explored). The iteration counter is reset after each uncertainty sample. For example, if uncertain = 10, this condition is triggered every 10 samples with no improvement. An integer for controlling the random number stream. An optional function with at least one argument (or NULL) that can be used to retain arbitrary objects from the model fit object, recipe, or other elements of the workflow. A logical for whether the out-of-sample predictions should be saved for each model evaluated. A number for the minimum number of minutes (elapsed) that the function should execute. The elapsed time is evaluated at internal checkpoints and, if over time, the results at that time are returned (with a warning). This means that the time_limit is not an exact limit, but a minimum time limit. An optional character string of R package names that should be loaded (by namespace) during parallel processing. A logical for whether the workflow should be appended to the output as an attribute. A logical to save the intermediate Gaussian process models for each iteration of the search. These are saved to tempdir() with names gp_candidates_{i}.RData where i is the iteration. These results are deleted when the R session ends. This option is only useful for teaching purposes. A single string containing either "first" or "second". This argument is passed on to yardstick metric functions when any type of class prediction is made, and specifies which level of the outcome is considered the "event". A single string containing either "resamples" or "everything" describing how to use parallel processing. Alternatively, NULL is allowed, which chooses between "resamples" and "everything" automatically. If "resamples", then tuning will be performed in parallel over resamples alone. Within each resample, the preprocessor (i.e. recipe or formula) is processed once, and is then reused across all models that need to be fit. If "everything", then tuning will be performed in parallel at two levels. An outer parallel loop will iterate over resamples. Additionally, an inner parallel loop will iterate over all unique combinations of preprocessor and model tuning parameters for that specific resample. This will result in the preprocessor being re-processed multiple times, but can be faster if that processing is extremely fast. If NULL, chooses "resamples" if there are more than one resample, otherwise chooses "everything" to attempt to maximize core utilization. Note that switching between parallel_over strategies is not guaranteed to use the same random number generation schemes. However, re-tuning a model using the same parallel_over strategy is guaranteed to be reproducible between runs.

## Details

For extract, this function can be used to output the model object, the recipe (if used), or some components of either or both. When evaluated, the function's sole argument has a fitted workflow If the formula method is used, the recipe element will be NULL.

The results of the extract function are added to a list column in the output called .extracts. Each element of this list is a tibble with tuning parameter column and a list column (also called .extracts) that contains the results of the function. If no extraction function is used, there is no .extracts column in the resulting object. See tune_bayes() for more specific details.

Note that for collect_predictions(), it is possible that each row of the original data point might be represented multiple times per tuning parameter. For example, if the bootstrap or repeated cross-validation are used, there will be multiple rows since the sample data point has been evaluated multiple times. This may cause issues when merging the predictions with the original data.