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How to re-train a model optimized by Bayesian optimization on new data?

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I optimized a regression ensemble
model = fitrensemble(X,Y,...);
with active HyperparameterOptimizationOptions, so the resulting model object of type RegressionBaggedEnsemble contains a HyperparameterOptimizationResults object. How can I use this easily to re-train the model on a new data set with the best point found by the hyperparameter optimization algorithm? Something like this would be nice:
newModel = fitrensemble(Xnew,YNew,model.HyperparameterOptimizationResults.bestPoint);
My current approach is tedious, because I have to distinguish between the method the optimization algorithm selected (Bag,LSBoost) and set all parameters manually (and I'm even not sure if this is correct):
best = model.HyperparameterOptimizationResults.bestPoint;
ttmp = templateTree('MinLeafSize',best.MinLeafSize,'MaxNumSplits',...
if best.Method=='Bag' %#ok<BDSCA>
newModel = fitrensemble(Xnew,YNew,...
newModel = fitrensemble(Xnew,YNew,...
This question is not restricted to fitrensemble, but includes all similar model functions available in Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox (fitrlinear, fitrgp ...).

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Don Mathis
Don Mathis le 20 Sep 2019
Modifié(e) : Don Mathis le 20 Sep 2019
Your current approach (explicitly passing the values that the optimization found) is the right way to do it.
There is a faster/simpler way which uses undocumented functionality, and which therefore may change in the future. So, use at your own risk. You create a template from your model and then fit it:
model = fitrensemble(X,Y,...);
tmp = classreg.learning.FitTemplate.makeFromModelParams(model.ModelParameters);
newModel = fit(tmp,Xnew,Ynew)
  2 commentaires
Sinan Islam
Sinan Islam le 24 Avr 2021
Modifié(e) : Sinan Islam le 16 Juil 2021
@Don Mathisis this still the only way to retrain a model on new data (without using Classification Learner App)? Have MATLAB implemented a more formal method?
Denys Romanenko
Denys Romanenko le 1 Avr 2023
@Don Mathis and @Sebastian: Is there an analogue approach to retrain a fitcecoc - classifier? Unfortunately the above described approach is not applicable.
Thank you!

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