[SciPy-user] scipy data mining ?

Karl Young Karl.Young at ucsf.edu
Mon Jan 22 16:16:56 CST 2007

I'm currently using a nice Java based data mining package called Weka 
(essentially as a black box as I don't have time to learn Java)  but was 
looking for something more python/scipy friendly to switch to as I'd 
prefer more interactive use. I found a python package on the web that 
potentially looks pretty nice (Orange - http://www.ailab.si/orange) but 
given that it uses GPL (and also given the recent discussion on license 
issues) and doesn't look to have made any effort to be numpy/scipy 
friendly I was wondering if anyone was aware of a more scipy friendly 
effort. Should someone (maybe even me...) be talked into contacting the 
Orange developers and seeing if they'd be interested in a switch to BSD 
and a gradual evolution towards integration with numpy... ?


Karl Young
Center for Imaging of Neurodegenerative Diseases, UCSF          
VA Medical Center (114M)              Phone:  (415) 221-4810 x3114  lab        
4150 Clement Street                   FAX:    (415) 668-2864
San Francisco, CA 94121               Email:  karl young at ucsf edu

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