Agent Benchmarking: Search + Calculator#

Here we go over how to benchmark performance of an agent on tasks where it has access to a calculator and a search tool.

It is highly reccomended that you do any evaluation/benchmarking with tracing enabled. See here for an explanation of what tracing is and how to set it up.

# Comment this out if you are NOT using tracing
import os
os.environ["LANGCHAIN_HANDLER"] = "langchain"

Loading the data#

First, let’s load the data.

from langchain.evaluation.loading import load_dataset
dataset = load_dataset("agent-search-calculator")

Setting up a chain#

Now we need to load an agent capable of answering these questions.

from langchain.llms import OpenAI
from langchain.chains import LLMMathChain
from langchain.agents import initialize_agent, Tool, load_tools
from langchain.agents import AgentType

tools = load_tools(['serpapi', 'llm-math'], llm=OpenAI(temperature=0))
agent = initialize_agent(tools, OpenAI(temperature=0), agent=AgentType.ZERO_SHOT_REACT_DESCRIPTION, verbose=True)

Make a prediction#

First, we can make predictions one datapoint at a time. Doing it at this level of granularity allows use to explore the outputs in detail, and also is a lot cheaper than running over multiple datapoints


Make many predictions#

Now we can make predictions[4]['question'])
predictions = []
predicted_dataset = []
error_dataset = []
for data in dataset:
    new_data = {"input": data["question"], "answer": data["answer"]}
    except Exception as e:
        predictions.append({"output": str(e), **new_data})

Evaluate performance#

Now we can evaluate the predictions. The first thing we can do is look at them by eye.


Next, we can use a language model to score them programatically

from import QAEvalChain
llm = OpenAI(temperature=0)
eval_chain = QAEvalChain.from_llm(llm)
graded_outputs = eval_chain.evaluate(dataset, predictions, question_key="question", prediction_key="output")

We can add in the graded output to the predictions dict and then get a count of the grades.

for i, prediction in enumerate(predictions):
    prediction['grade'] = graded_outputs[i]['text']
from collections import Counter
Counter([pred['grade'] for pred in predictions])

We can also filter the datapoints to the incorrect examples and look at them.

incorrect = [pred for pred in predictions if pred['grade'] == " INCORRECT"]