Python3 Install Brew

  • Using Python 3.9 leads to problems with most of the applications. Thus, installing Python 3.7 should be the right way. We start by opening up a terminal and installing it: brew install [email protected] Next, add the PATH to your system. If you run ZSH, add the following lines to your.zshrc.
  • I assumed brew install vim -with-python3 installs for both python 2.x and 3.x. But note when you first issue an:python command inside vim (and perhaps from the.vimrc ), vim will disable:python3 and vice versa. So The first command decides if you are running python 2.x or 3.x. At least that is what I got from testing.
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Since 1st March 2018 the python formula will be upgraded to Python 3.x, while a new email protected formula will be added for Python 2.7, specifically. See changes announcement here or the final doc about using Homebrew for Python here. For older Homebrew: For Python 2.x: brew install python For Python 3.x: brew install python3.

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BREW: Python Multiple Classifier System API

Project description

brew: A Multiple Classifier Systems API

This project was started in 2014 by Dayvid Victor and Thyago Porpino
for the Multiple Classifier Systems class at Federal University of Pernambuco.
The aim of this project is to provide an easy API for Ensembling, Stacking,
Blending, Ensemble Generation, Ensemble Pruning, Dynamic Classifier Selection,

Features

  • General: Ensembling, Stacking and Blending.
  • Ensemble Classifier Generators: Bagging, Random Subspace, SMOTE-Bagging, ICS-Bagging, SMOTE-ICS-Bagging.
  • Dynamic Selection: Overall Local Accuracy (OLA), Local Class Accuracy (LCA), Multiple Classifier Behavior (MCB), K-Nearest Oracles Eliminate (KNORA-E), K-Nearest Oracles Union (KNORA-U), A Priori Dynamic Selection, A Posteriori Dynamic Selection, Dynamic Selection KNN (DSKNN).
  • Ensemble Combination Rules: majority vote, min, max, mean and median.
  • Ensemble Diversity Metrics: Entropy Measure E, Kohavi Wolpert Variance, Q Statistics, Correlation Coefficient p, Disagreement Measure, Agreement Measure, Double Fault Measure.
  • Ensemble Pruning: Ensemble Pruning via Individual Contribution (EPIC).

Dependencies

  • Python 2.7+
  • scikit-learn >= 0.15.2
  • Numpy >= 1.6.1
  • SciPy >= 0.9
  • Matplotlib >= 0.99.1 (examples, only)
  • mlxtend (examples, only)

Installing

You can easily install brew using pip:

or, if you prefer an up-to-date version, get it from here:

Important References

  • Kuncheva, Ludmila I. Combining pattern classifiers: methods and algorithms. John Wiley & Sons, 2014.
  • Zhou, Zhi-Hua. Ensemble methods: foundations and algorithms. CRC Press, 2012.

Documentation

Brew Python3 Install Location

The full documentation is at http://brew.rtfd.org.

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