If you publish any work using this software, please cite:
Tony Worm and Kenneth Chiu. Prioritized Grammar Enumeration: Symbolic Regression by Dynamic Programming. In Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO’2013). July 6-10 Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Sorry there is a bunch of garbage hanging around in the code base.
(and a dependency go-levmar [which can be a pain to get setup])
Some insight into how to use go-pge
scripts/test.sh has an example of usage, plus batch running
It basically uses a bunch of config files as parameters
some places to look for example files:
- the config/* directories
- main.go (that's where all of the cmd line args are)
go-pge processes data sets
I set it up to read a particular data format, maybe more than one, can't recall for sure basically white space seperated with the variable names at the top of the file (sample benchmark files are around)
There may be code paths hanging around to allow you to use multiple input sets
- install Go (golang.org)
- add $GOROOT to $PATH
sudo apt-get install g++ cmake liblapack3 liblapack-dev libblas3 libblas-dev f2c (ubuntu)
go get github.com/verdverm/go-pge
- navigate to github.com/verdverm/go-levmar/levmar-2.6
- cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RelWithDebInfo -DLINSOLVERS_RETAIN_MEMORY=0 .
- navigate to github.com/verdverm/go-pge
- go build
now you should be able to run scripts/test.sh