column_categorical_with_hash_bucket: Represents Sparse Feature where IDs are set by Hashing

Description Usage Arguments Value Raises See Also

View source: R/feature_columns.R


Use this when your sparse features are in string or integer format, and you want to distribute your inputs into a finite number of buckets by hashing. output_id = Hash(input_feature_string) % bucket_size For input dictionary features, features$key$ is either tensor or sparse tensor object. If it's tensor object, missing values can be represented by -1 for int and '' for string. Note that these values are independent of the default_value argument.


column_categorical_with_hash_bucket(..., hash_bucket_size, dtype = tf$string)



Expression(s) identifying input feature(s). Used as the column name and the dictionary key for feature parsing configs, feature tensors, and feature columns.


An int > 1. The number of buckets.


The type of features. Only string and integer types are supported.


A _HashedCategoricalColumn.


See Also

Other feature column constructors: column_bucketized(), column_categorical_weighted(), column_categorical_with_identity(), column_categorical_with_vocabulary_file(), column_categorical_with_vocabulary_list(), column_crossed(), column_embedding(), column_numeric(), input_layer()

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