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Using PyDAAL

Oleg_D_1
Beginner
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Hi all!

Could anybody help me with PyDAAL?
I've installed Intel Distribution for Python and I'd like to try PyDAAL in action. But I can't find any documentation about PyDAAL.
So, I use DAAL Developer Guide for C++/Java (link: https://software.intel.com/sites/products/documentation/doclib/daal/daal-user-and-reference-guides/i... )

One problem, I can't understand how to use PyDAAL.
After import daal module and research internal class structure I can't find any methods with algorithms, etc.

Could anybody provide simple example using PyDAAL, please? (like this: https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/599585 ).

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Frank_S_Intel
Employee
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Hi Oleg,

thanks for your feedback. We'll look into the missing online documentation and into improving access to Python* examples.

The fastest way to get access to Python* examples and docu for pyDAAL is downloading the documentation for Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library 2017 Beta:

https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/managed/7f/69/daal_dev_guide_ref.zip

The description of each algorithm also provides you examples in Python* (C++ and Java*).

For example to see an adaboost batch example, please navigate  on the left navigation pan:as follows:

->Python* Language Application Programming Interface Reference for Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library
  ->Classes
    ->Class List
      -> daal
        -> algorithms
          -> adaboost
            -> prediction
              -> Batch

On the right under "References" click on "AdaBoost algorithm description and usage models". From there navigate to "Batch Processing" where you will find a link to the python example at the bottom of the page.

 

Hope this helps. Sorry for the inconvenience.

frank 

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Frank_S_Intel
Employee
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Hi Oleg,

thanks for your feedback. We'll look into the missing online documentation and into improving access to Python* examples.

The fastest way to get access to Python* examples and docu for pyDAAL is downloading the documentation for Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library 2017 Beta:

https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/managed/7f/69/daal_dev_guide_ref.zip

The description of each algorithm also provides you examples in Python* (C++ and Java*).

For example to see an adaboost batch example, please navigate  on the left navigation pan:as follows:

->Python* Language Application Programming Interface Reference for Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library
  ->Classes
    ->Class List
      -> daal
        -> algorithms
          -> adaboost
            -> prediction
              -> Batch

On the right under "References" click on "AdaBoost algorithm description and usage models". From there navigate to "Batch Processing" where you will find a link to the python example at the bottom of the page.

 

Hope this helps. Sorry for the inconvenience.

frank 

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Oleg_D_1
Beginner
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It's very helpful! Thank you a lot!

 

hussain__zafar
Beginner
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cheers frank

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