Language
  • Python 3
Reading time
  • Approximately 35 days
What you will learn
  • Machine Learning and AI
Author
  • Maxime Labonne
Published
  • 5¬†months, 3¬†weeks ago

Design robust graph neural networks with PyTorch Geometric by combining graph theory and neural networks with the latest developments and apps

Purchase of the print or Kindle book includes a free PDF eBook

Key Features

  • Implement state-of-the-art graph neural network architectures in Python
  • Create your own graph datasets from tabular data
  • Build powerful traffic forecasting, recommender systems, and anomaly detection applications

Book Description

Graph neural networks are a highly effective tool for analyzing data that can be represented as a graph, such as social networks, chemical compounds, or transportation networks. The past few years have seen an explosion in the use of graph neural networks, with their application ranging from natural language processing and computer vision to recommendation systems and drug discovery.

Hands-On Graph Neural Networks Using Python begins with the fundamentals of graph theory and shows you how to create graph datasets from tabular data. As you advance, you'll explore major graph neural network architectures and learn essential concepts such as graph convolution, self-attention, link prediction, and heterogeneous graphs. Finally, the book proposes applications to solve real-life problems, enabling you to build a professional portfolio. The code is readily available online and can be easily adapted to other datasets and apps.

By the end of this book, you'll have learned to create graph datasets, implement graph neural networks using Python and PyTorch Geometric, and apply them to solve real-world problems, along with building and training graph neural network models for node and graph classification, link prediction, and much more.

What you will learn

  • Understand the fundamental concepts of graph neural networks
  • Implement graph neural networks using Python and PyTorch Geometric
  • Classify nodes, graphs, and edges using millions of samples
  • Predict and generate realistic graph topologies
  • Combine heterogeneous sources to improve performance
  • Forecast future events using topological information
  • Apply graph neural networks to solve real-world problems

Who this book is for

This book is for machine learning practitioners and data scientists interested in learning about graph neural networks and their applications, as well as students looking for a comprehensive reference on this rapidly growing field. Whether you're new to graph neural networks or looking to take your knowledge to the next level, this book has something for you. Basic knowledge of machine learning and Python programming will help you get the most out of this book.

Table of Contents

  1. Getting Started with Graph Learning
  2. Graph Theory for Graph Neural Networks
  3. Creating Node Representations with DeepWalk
  4. Improving Embeddings with Biased Random Walks in Node2Vec
  5. Including Node Features with Vanilla Neural Networks
  6. Introducing Graph Convolutional Networks
  7. Graph Attention Networks
  8. Scaling Graph Neural Networks with GraphSAGE
  9. Defining Expressiveness for Graph Classification
  10. Predicting Links with Graph Neural Networks
  11. Generating Graphs Using Graph Neural Networks
  12. Learning from Heterogeneous Graphs
  13. Temporal Graph Neural Networks
  14. Explaining Graph Neural Networks
  15. Forecasting Traffic Using A3T-GCN
  16. Detecting Anomalies Using Heterogeneous Graph Neural Networks
  17. Building a Recommender System Using LightGCN
  18. Unlocking the Potential of Graph Neural Networks for Real-Word Applications
The author Maxime Labonne has the following credentials.

  • Works/Worked at JPMorgan