I am deploying a LSTM pytorch model for production and I have issue with scaling the LSTM output correctly. While the model was tested the output was scaled with label data:
y_scaler = MinMaxScaler(feature_range=(-1, 1)) y_test_scaled = y_scaler.transform(y_test.reshape(-1, 1))
Now when I am loading the model from state_dict and making a prediction how I should inverse scale the data? I am not having the newest label data during the forecast. For the input data I am using
QuantilieTransformer. I can make predictions this way:
y_test_scaler = MinMaxScaler(feature_range=(-1, 1)) y_minmax = label_data # For example past 40 days of the label data y_test_scaled = y_test_scaler.fit_transform(y_minmax.reshape(-1, 1))
If I use the whole label-data as
y_minmax the results are not good enough. But If I use less label data for scaling predictions are decent.
# Inverse transform predictions from LSTM model y_actual = y_test_scaler.inverse_transform(y.reshape(-1, 1))
Should the output of LSTM be somehow inversed with x_scaler or how? :)
EDIT: I got good results by making prediction for large amount of sequences. (Predicting 1 sequence to future and 300 sequences of history data). It is not a problem to load a lot of history data during the prediction, but I believe there is a smarter way to get the same result.