civil_comments / civil_comments.py
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# Lint as: python3
"""CivilComments from Jigsaw Unintended Bias Kaggle Competition."""
import csv
import os
import datasets
_CITATION = """
@article{DBLP:journals/corr/abs-1903-04561,
author = {Daniel Borkan and
Lucas Dixon and
Jeffrey Sorensen and
Nithum Thain and
Lucy Vasserman},
title = {Nuanced Metrics for Measuring Unintended Bias with Real Data for Text
Classification},
journal = {CoRR},
volume = {abs/1903.04561},
year = {2019},
url = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1903.04561},
archivePrefix = {arXiv},
eprint = {1903.04561},
timestamp = {Sun, 31 Mar 2019 19:01:24 +0200},
biburl = {https://dblp.org/rec/bib/journals/corr/abs-1903-04561},
bibsource = {dblp computer science bibliography, https://dblp.org}
}
"""
_DESCRIPTION = """
The comments in this dataset come from an archive of the Civil Comments
platform, a commenting plugin for independent news sites. These public comments
were created from 2015 - 2017 and appeared on approximately 50 English-language
news sites across the world. When Civil Comments shut down in 2017, they chose
to make the public comments available in a lasting open archive to enable future
research. The original data, published on figshare, includes the public comment
text, some associated metadata such as article IDs, timestamps and
commenter-generated "civility" labels, but does not include user ids. Jigsaw
extended this dataset by adding additional labels for toxicity and identity
mentions. This data set is an exact replica of the data released for the
Jigsaw Unintended Bias in Toxicity Classification Kaggle challenge. This
dataset is released under CC0, as is the underlying comment text.
"""
_DOWNLOAD_URL = "https://storage.googleapis.com/jigsaw-unintended-bias-in-toxicity-classification/civil_comments.zip"
class CivilComments(datasets.GeneratorBasedBuilder):
"""Classification and tagging of 2M comments on news sites.
This version of the CivilComments Dataset provides access to the primary
seven labels that were annotated by crowd workers, the toxicity and other
tags are a value between 0 and 1 indicating the fraction of annotators that
assigned these attributes to the comment text.
The other tags, which are only available for a fraction of the input examples
are currently ignored, as are all of the attributes that were part of the
original civil comments release. See the Kaggle documentation for more
details about the available features.
"""
VERSION = datasets.Version("0.9.0")
def _info(self):
return datasets.DatasetInfo(
description=_DESCRIPTION,
# datasets.features.FeatureConnectors
features=datasets.Features(
{
"text": datasets.Value("string"),
"toxicity": datasets.Value("float32"),
"severe_toxicity": datasets.Value("float32"),
"obscene": datasets.Value("float32"),
"threat": datasets.Value("float32"),
"insult": datasets.Value("float32"),
"identity_attack": datasets.Value("float32"),
"sexual_explicit": datasets.Value("float32"),
}
),
# The supervised_keys version is very impoverished.
supervised_keys=("text", "toxicity"),
homepage="https://www.kaggle.com/c/jigsaw-unintended-bias-in-toxicity-classification/data",
citation=_CITATION,
)
def _split_generators(self, dl_manager):
"""Returns SplitGenerators."""
dl_path = dl_manager.download_and_extract(_DOWNLOAD_URL)
return [
datasets.SplitGenerator(
name=datasets.Split.TRAIN,
gen_kwargs={"filename": os.path.join(dl_path, "train.csv"), "toxicity_label": "target"},
),
datasets.SplitGenerator(
name=datasets.Split.VALIDATION,
gen_kwargs={
"filename": os.path.join(dl_path, "test_public_expanded.csv"),
"toxicity_label": "toxicity",
},
),
datasets.SplitGenerator(
name=datasets.Split.TEST,
gen_kwargs={
"filename": os.path.join(dl_path, "test_private_expanded.csv"),
"toxicity_label": "toxicity",
},
),
]
def _generate_examples(self, filename, toxicity_label):
"""Yields examples.
Each example contains a text input and then seven annotation labels.
Args:
filename: the path of the file to be read for this split.
toxicity_label: indicates 'target' or 'toxicity' to capture the variation
in the released labels for this dataset.
Yields:
A dictionary of features, all floating point except the input text.
"""
with open(filename, encoding="utf-8") as f:
reader = csv.DictReader(f)
for row in reader:
example = {}
example["text"] = row["comment_text"]
example["toxicity"] = float(row[toxicity_label])
for label in ["severe_toxicity", "obscene", "threat", "insult", "identity_attack", "sexual_explicit"]:
example[label] = float(row[label])
yield row["id"], example