GlobalSensitivity.jl

Robust, Fast, and Parallel Global Sensitivity Analysis (GSA) in Julia
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GlobalSensitivity.jl

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GlobalSensitivity.jl package contains implementation of some the most popular GSA methods. Currently it supports Delta Moment-Independent, DGSM, EASI, eFAST, Morris, Fractional Factorial, RBD-FAST, Sobol and Regression based sensitivity methods.

Tutorials and Documentation

For information on using the package, see the stable documentation. Use the in-development documentation for the version of the documentation, which contains the unreleased features.

Installation

The GlobalSensitivity.jl package can be installed with julia's package manager as shown below:

using Pkg
Pkg.add("GlobalSensitivity")

General Interface

The general interface for performing global sensitivity analysis using this package is:

res = gsa(f, method, param_range; samples, batch=false)

Example

Sobol method on the Ishigami function.

Serial execution

function ishi(X)
    A = 7
    B = 0.1
    sin(X[1]) + A * sin(X[2])^2 + B * X[3]^4 * sin(X[1])
end

n = 600000
lb = -ones(4) * π
ub = ones(4) * π
sampler = SobolSample()
A, B = QuasiMonteCarlo.generate_design_matrices(n, lb, ub, sampler)

res1 = gsa(ishi, Sobol(order = [0, 1, 2]), A, B)

Using batching interface

function ishi_batch(X)
    A = 7
    B = 0.1
    @. sin(X[1, :]) + A * sin(X[2, :])^2 + B * X[3, :]^4 * sin(X[1, :])
end

res2 = gsa(ishi_batch, Sobol(), A, B, batch = true)

Regression based and Morris method sensitivity analysis of Lotka Volterra model.

using GlobalSensitivity, QuasiMonteCarlo, OrdinaryDiffEq, Statistics, CairoMakie

function f(du,u,p,t)
  du[1] = p[1]*u[1] - p[2]*u[1]*u[2] #prey
  du[2] = -p[3]*u[2] + p[4]*u[1]*u[2] #predator
end

u0 = [1.0;1.0]
tspan = (0.0,10.0)
p = [1.5,1.0,3.0,1.0]
prob = ODEProblem(f,u0,tspan,p)
t = collect(range(0, stop=10, length=200))


f1 = function (p)
    prob1 = remake(prob;p=p)
    sol = solve(prob1,Tsit5();saveat=t)
    return [mean(sol[1,:]), maximum(sol[2,:])]
end

bounds = [[1,5],[1,5],[1,5],[1,5]]

reg_sens = gsa(f1, RegressionGSA(true), bounds)
fig = Figure(resolution = (600, 400))
ax, hm = CairoMakie.heatmap(fig[1,1], reg_sens.partial_correlation,
                            figure = (resolution = (300, 200),),
                            axis = (xticksvisible = false,
                            yticksvisible = false,
                            yticklabelsvisible = false,
                            xticklabelsvisible = false,
                            title = "Partial correlation"))
Colorbar(fig[1, 2], hm)
ax, hm = CairoMakie.heatmap(fig[2,1], reg_sens.standard_regression,
                            figure = (resolution = (300, 200),),
                            axis = (xticksvisible = false,
                            yticksvisible = false,
                            yticklabelsvisible = false,
                            xticklabelsvisible = false,
                            title = "Standard regression"))
Colorbar(fig[2, 2], hm)
fig

heatmapreg

using StableRNGs
_rng = StableRNG(1234)
morris_sens = gsa(f1, Morris(), bounds, rng = _rng)
fig = Figure(resolution = (300, 200))
scatter(fig[1,1], [1,2,3,4], morris_sens.means_star[1,:],
        color = :green, axis = (xticksvisible = false,
        xticklabelsvisible = false, title = "Prey (Morris)",))
scatter(fig[1,2], [1,2,3,4], morris_sens.means_star[2,:],
        color = :red, axis = (xticksvisible = false,
        xticklabelsvisible = false, title = "Predator (Morris)",))
fig

morrisscat

Citing

If you use this software in your work, please cite:

@article{dixit2022globalsensitivity,
  title={GlobalSensitivity. jl: Performant and Parallel Global Sensitivity Analysis with Julia},
  author={Dixit, Vaibhav Kumar and Rackauckas, Christopher},
  journal={Journal of Open Source Software},
  volume={7},
  number={76},
  pages={4561},
  year={2022}
}