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SPMF’s architecture (4) The MemoryLogger

Today, I will continue the series of blog posts to explain the architecture of the SPMF data mining library, and I will talk in particular about a module in SPMF called the MemoryLogger. This module is responsible for recording the … Continue reading

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SPMF’s architecture (3) The Preference Manager

This is the third of a series of blog posts about the architecture of the SPMF data mining library. Today, I will explain the role of another an internal module in SPMF, called the Preference Manager. This module is used … Continue reading

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SPMF’s architecture (2) The Main class and the Command Processor

In this blog post, I will continue explaining the architecture of the SPMF data mining library. In the previous post, I have introduced a key component of SPMF called the Algorithm Manager, which manages all the algorithms offered in SPMF. … Continue reading

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SPMF’s architecture (1) The Algorithm Manager

In this new series of blog posts, I will talk about the architecture of the SPMF data mining library, and in particular, I will talk about the AlgorithmManager, which is a key component of SPMF, which manages all the algorithms … Continue reading

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How to call SPMF from Visual Basic .Net (VB)?

Today, I will explain how to use SPMF from Visual Basic .Net. Previously, I have explained how to call SPMF from C#, from R, from C++ (on Windows) and from Python. Requirements Let me first describe the requirements. It is … Continue reading

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How to call SPMF from Python?

In this blog post, I will explain how to call the SPMF data mining library from Python. Generally, there are two ways to call SPMF from Python. The first way is to use an unofficial Python wrapper for SPMF such as … Continue reading

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SPMF upcoming feature: Algorithm Explorer

Today, I want to show you an upcoming feature of SPMF, which is a new tool called the Algorithm Explorer to explore the list of algorithms and tools offered in SPMF. It is actually a simple tool, but I think … Continue reading

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Some upcoming features of SPMF 2.54

Today, I will reveal some upcoming features of SPMF, which I am currently testing and will be released in the next version (2.54), probably in about 1 week. 1) The first new feature is that it will be possible to … Continue reading

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Towards SPMF v3.0…

Today, I will talk a little bit about the recent improvements and future direction for the SPMF data mining library. How SPMF started? SPMF is a software project that I started around 2008 when I was a Ph.D student in … Continue reading

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Papers without code (and the problem of non-reproducible research)

Recently, there has been some debate on the Machine Learning sub-Reddit about the reproducibility or I should say the lack of reproducibility of numerous machine learning papers. Several Reddit users complained that they spent much time (sometimes weeks) to try … Continue reading

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