AutoGL (i.e. Auto Graph Learning) is an automatic machine learning (AutoML) toolkit specified for graph datasets & tasks.

It will automatically handle all the stages involved in graph learning problems, including dataset download & management, data preprocessing and feature engineering, neural architecture search, model selection and training, hyper-parameter tuning and ensemble, which will reduce human labors and biases in the machine learning loop by a large scale. This toolkit also serves as a platform for users to implement and test their own auto or graph learning methods. The workflow below gives the overall framework of AutoGL.

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from autogl.datasets import build_dataset_from_name from autogl.solver import AutoNodeClassifier dataset = build_dataset_from_name('cora') autoClassifier = AutoNodeClassifier() acc = autoClassifier.evaluate(metric="acc") print("test acc: {:.4f}".format(acc))


Please first install the requirements of AutoGL and then install with the following command.

Install from pip

pip install autogl

Install from source

git clone
python install

Python >= 3.6.0
PyTorch >= 1.6.0
# Follow PyTorch to install
PyTorch-Geometric >= 1.7.0 or Deep Graph Library (>=0.7.0)
# Follow PyTorch-Geometric to install
# Follow Deep Graph Library to install

Incoming Features

  • Solutions for large-scale graphs
  • More supported algorithms for graph tasks, graph models, and AutoML algorithms
  • Applications of AutoGL in real-world tasks
  • Citations

    Please cite our paper as follows if you find our code useful:
    title={Auto{GL}: A Library for Automated Graph Learning},
    author={Chaoyu Guan and Ziwei Zhang and Haoyang Li and Heng Chang and Zeyang Zhang and Yijian Qin and Jiyan Jiang and Xin Wang and Wenwu Zhu},
    booktitle={ICLR 2021 Workshop on Geometrical and Topological Representation Learning},
    You may also find our survey helpful:
    title={Automated Machine Learning on Graphs: A Survey},
    author={Zhang, Ziwei and Wang, Xin and Zhu, Wenwu},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the Thirtieth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, {IJCAI-21}},
    note={Survey track}

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