- Ensure you have julia.py installed:
sudo pip3 install julia
- There is a known bug on systems with the Aptitude package manager where the Julia executable will fail to load. Unfortunately the issue is with julia.py trying to access Julia in a directory which Apt does not put Julia.
sudo pip3 install Lathe (coming soon)
from Lathe.Runtime import ClassicEnvironment env = ClassicEnvironment() stats = env.importStats() stats.mean([5,10,15]) >>> 10 models = env.importModels() m = models.LinearRegression([5,10,15,20],[10,20,30,40]) ypred = models.predict(m, [5,10,15,20]) print(ypred) >>> [10. 20. 30. 40.]
(Yes, it's really that easy) Julia Documentation (Python docs coming soon)