LightML.jl is a collection of reimplementation of general machine learning algorithm in Julia.
The purpose of this project is purely self-educational.
This project is targeting people who want to learn internals of ml algorithms or implement them from scratch.
The code is much easier to follow than the optimized libraries and easier to play with.
All algorithms are implemented in Julia.
You should access test function of every implementation for its usage in detail. Every model is actually constructed in a similar manner.
First make sure you have correct
python dependency. You can use the Conda Julia package to install more Python packages, and import Conda to print the Conda.PYTHONDIR directory where python was installed. On GNU/Linux systems, PyCall will default to using the python program (if any) in your PATH.
The advantage of a Conda-based configuration is particularly compelling if you are installing PyCall in order to use packages like PyPlot.jl or SymPy.jl, as these can then automatically install their Python dependencies.
ENV["PYTHON"]="" Pkg.add("Conda") using Conda Conda.add("python==2.7.13") Conda.add("matplotlib") Conda.add("scikit-learn") Pkg.add("PyCall") Pkg.build("PyCall")
or you can simply
It's actually same with the procedure above.
Then every dependency should be configured, you can simply run command below to install the package.
Let's first try the overall functionality test.
using LightML test_LSC()
Figure 1: Smiley, spirals, shapes and cassini Datasets using LSC(large scale spectral clustering)
using LightML demo()
Figure 2: The Digit Dataset using Demo algorithms
Please examine the todo list for contribution detials.
Any Pull request is welcome.
using LightML test_LinearRegression()
Figure 3: The regression Dataset using LinearRegression
Figure 4: The classification Dataset using Adaboost
Figure 5: The classification Dataset using LinearRegression
Figure 6: The digit Dataset using Classification Tree
Figure 7: The blobs Dataset using k-means
Figure 8: The classification Dataset using LDA
Figure 9: The Digit Dataset using PCA
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