Efficient, object-oriented programming on the building blocks of machine learning. Provides 'R6' objects for tasks, learners, resamplings, and measures. The package is geared towards scalability and larger datasets by supporting parallelization and out-of-memory data-backends like databases. While 'mlr3' focuses on the core computational operations, add-on packages provide additional functionality.

## Package Options

• "mlr3.exec_random": Randomize the order of execution in resample() and benchmark() during parallelization with future. Defaults to TRUE. Note that this does not affect the order of results.

• "mlr3.exec_chunk_size": Number of iterations to perform in a single future::future() during parallelization with future. Defaults to 1.

• "mlr3.debug": If set to TRUE, parallelization via future is disabled to simplify debugging and provide more concise tracebacks. Note that results computed in debug mode use a different seeding mechanism and are not reproducible.

• "mlr3.allow_utf8_names": If set to TRUE, checks on the feature names are relaxed, allowing non-ascii characters in column names. This is an experimental and temporal option to pave the way for text analysis, and will likely be removed in a future version of the package. analysis.

• "mlr3.warn_version_mismatch": Set to FALSE to silence warnings raised during predict if a learner has been trained with a different version version of mlr3.

## References

Lang M, Binder M, Richter J, Schratz P, Pfisterer F, Coors S, Au Q, Casalicchio G, Kotthoff L, Bischl B (2019). “mlr3: A modern object-oriented machine learning framework in R.” Journal of Open Source Software. doi:10.21105/joss.01903 , https://joss.theoj.org/papers/10.21105/joss.01903.