Inverse of Mode: Least Common Item in Each Column

Hello,

I would like to get the least common item of each column in a matrix.

Can you please let me know in case there exists a convenient way?

Note: I only have two unique values in each column. I want to get
the one with the least occurrence rather than the frequent one.

Sincerely,
Kamer

mode_val = weights.mode(dim=0)[0]
mode_val = mode_val.unsqueeze(0).repeat_interleave(10, dim=0)
inds = (weights != mode_val).float().argmax(dim=0)

Now, I just need to get the values of given indices for each column.
I am trying with index_select, gather and scatter_ but no luck so far.

Basically, I need something that takes a vector of indices and then
select those indices from each column in a matrix.

Note: Without the argmax, there is also a Boolean matrix of same shape to select.
I couldn’t use that to get the values and thus I was trying with indices of each column.

  • I have also tried masked_select with Boolean matrix but that doesn’t seem to do it.

This is working but I am not sure if it is correct, as it doesn’t have my expected behavior.
mode_val = weights.mode(dim=0)[0]
mode_val = mode_val.unsqueeze(0).repeat_interleave(2, dim=0)
(weights * (weights != mode_val)).sum(dim=0)