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MLFlow Example - Tabular#

Detecting tabular ML models vulnerabilities in MLflow with Giskard#

This example demonstrates how to efficiently scan two tabular ML models for hidden vulnerabilities using Giskard and interpret the results within MLflow through just a few lines of code. The two tabular ML models used are:



Training data


A simple sklearn LogisticRegression model trained only for 5 epochs.

Titanic dataset


A simple sklearn LogisticRegression model trained for 100 epochs.

Titanic dataset

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import mlflow

from giskard import demo
model1, df = demo.titanic(max_iter=5)
model2, df = demo.titanic(max_iter=100)

models = {"model1": model1, "model2": model2}

for model_name, model in models.items():
    with mlflow.start_run(run_name=model_name) as run:
        model_uri = mlflow.sklearn.log_model(model, model_name, pyfunc_predict_fn="predict_proba").model_uri
        mlflow.evaluate(model=model_uri, model_type="classifier", data=df, targets="Survived", evaluators="giskard", evaluator_config={"model_config":   {"classification_labels": ["no", "yes"]}})

After completing the previous steps, you can run mlflow ui from the directory where the mlruns folder is located, which will enable you to visualize the results. By accessing, you will be presented with the interface. There, you will find the two LLMs logged as separate runs for comparison and analysis. 830d9e227f8c43c88a8462864b0ca738

The giskard scan results: 26c18c4c824343328514187801dfcf7e

The metrics generated by the scan: de908653b4404257bdef978ec685b54b

A scan summary: After each model evaluation, a scan-summary.json file is created, enabling a comparison of vulnerabilities and metrics for each model in the Artifact view. 68a6f6e8496f4dcb8e8039c653d06f31