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What do Python and WEKA Explorer have in common?

posted Sep 1, 2009, 3:16 PM by Paul Sroufe   [ updated Sep 1, 2009, 6:30 PM ]
I recently decided that it would behoove me to learn the WEKA explorer utility.  It would vastly simplify my current thesis work.  However, I'm best at python scripting.  After a quick search on google I came across Python Orange.  Like WEKA it has some built in learners and classifiers and like anything else in python, it is very easy to use.  It doesn't have near the volume of classifiers and utilities that WEKA employs, but for a simple Naive Bayes situation it can be a huge time saver for the python addict!
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