Scikit-Learn Example

This example is based on the GradientBoostingRegressor tutorial from the scikit-learn website:

import json
import os

from sklearn.datasets import load_diabetes
from sklearn.ensemble import GradientBoostingRegressor
from sklearn.model_selection import train_test_split

from modelstore import ModelStore

def train():
    diabetes = load_diabetes()
    X_train, X_test, y_train, y_test = train_test_split(,, test_size=0.1, random_state=13
    params = {
        "n_estimators": 500,
        "max_depth": 4,
        "min_samples_split": 5,
        "learning_rate": 0.01,
        "loss": "ls",
    reg = GradientBoostingRegressor(**params), y_train)
    # Skipped for brevity (but important!) evaluate the model
    return reg

if __name__ == "__main__":
    # In this demo, we train a GradientBoostingRegressor
    # using the same approach described on the scikit-learn website.
    # Replace this with the code to train your own model
    model = train()

    # The modelstore library currently assumes you have already created
    # a Cloud Storage bucket and will raise an exception if it doesn't exist

    # This example assumes that you have the GCP project name and bucket id
    # saved as environment variables - replace the os.environ below with
    # your values
    store = ModelStore.from_gcloud(

    # Upload the model
    meta_data = store.sklearn.upload(

    # The upload returns meta-data about the model that was uploaded
    # This meta-data has also been sync'ed into the cloud storage
    #  bucket
    print("✅  Finished uploading model!")
    print(json.dumps(meta_data, indent=4))

    # Download the model back!
    target = f"downloaded-{model_type}-model"
    os.makedirs(target, exist_ok=True)
    model_path =
    print(f"⤵️  Downloaded the model back to {model_path}")