Movie Recommendation System — 1st way— with source code
So one of the most awaited blogs is finally here. Today we will be building a Movie Recommendation System that will produce very good results in very less lines of code. So without any further due.
Read the full article with source code here — https://machinelearningprojects.net/movie-recommendation-system-1st-way/
Let’s do it…
Step 1 — Importing packages required for Movie Recommendation System.
import pandas as pd
Step 2 — Reading input data.
df1 = pd.read_csv('u.data',sep='\t')
df1.columns = ['user_id','item_id','rating','timestamp']
Step 3 — Reading Movie titles.
df2 = pd.read_csv(‘Movie_Id_Titles’)
Step 4 — Merging movie data and movie titles.
df = pd.merge(df1,df2,on=’item_id’)
We are merging both data frames on ‘item_id’ which is present in both data frames.
Step 5 — Group the same movie entries.
rating_and_no_of_rating = pd.DataFrame(df.groupby(‘title’)[‘rating’].mean().sort_values(ascending=False))
- We are grouping movies here and taking the mean of all ratings given to them and then we are sorting them by their mean rating.
- You can see that in the result below a crap movie ‘They made a criminal’ is showing up which might have got a rating from only one person and that too 5 stars. That’s why its mean is also 5.
Step 6 — Adding a column of no. of ratings.
rating_and_no_of_rating[‘no_of_ratings’] = df.groupby(‘title’)[‘rating’].count()
- Adding a column of no. of ratings.
- We are calculating the no. of ratings by using the count method of a data frame.
Step 7 — Sorting on no. of ratings.
rating_and_no_of_rating = rating_and_no_of_rating.sort_values(‘no_of_ratings’,ascending=False)
- Simply sort by no. of ratings.
- And now we see some genuine results.
- Star Wars which is a very famous movie has got a mean of 4.35 as a rating from 583 users.
Step 8 — Creating a pivot table.
pt = df.pivot_table(index=’user_id’,columns=’title’,values=’rating’)
- Creating a pivot table.
- In this pivot table, users go along rows and movies go along columns.
- Nan represents that, that user has not given any rating to that movie.
Step 9 — Checking movie names.
- Simply printing all movie names we have.
Step 10 — Live Prediction.
test_movie = input('Enter movie name --> ')
movie_vector = pt[test_movie].dropna()
similar_movies = pt.corrwith(movie_vector)
corr_df = pd.DataFrame(similar_movies,columns=['Correlation'])
corr_df = corr_df.join(rating_and_no_of_rating['no_of_ratings'])
corr_df = corr_df[corr_df['no_of_ratings']>100].sort_values('Correlation',ascending=False).dropna()
- While testing I added ‘Star Wars (1977)’ as a test movie.
- Pick its vector from the pivot table above.
- Use that vector and correlate it with other movies using corrwith() and it will give its correlation with other movies based on user ratings and store it in similar_movies.
- After that create a data frame as shown below and again merge no_of_ratings in it to take at least 100 ratings as the threshold.
- Sort the results based on correlations and BOOM here are the results.
- We can see the results, all these movies are somehow related to Star Wars.
- Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, both of them are related to Star Wars.
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