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Installing ML libraries on Ubuntu 16.04

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Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:48 pm Change Time Zone

I have cloned the following project :
https://github.com/hpcc-systems/ecl-ml

I tried compiling the following code as follows :

eclcc ~/ecl-ml/blob/master/ML/Tests/Explanatory/Naive_Bayes.ecl

which gives an error log :
Naive_Bayes.ecl(1,14): error C2081: Import names unknown module "ML"


I have been following the associated Machine Learning guide provided by HPCC : https://github.com/hpcc-systems/ecl-ml/ ... arning.pdf for installing ML libraries used in the above examples. It asks us to download the ML Library from the following page : https://hpccsystems.com/ml. However, that page no longer exists.

Could someone share the process of downloading and installing HPCC ML libraries in Linux? And then compiling some ML ECL code? (Without ECL IDE support)
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Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:01 pm Change Time Zone

I am trying :
eclcc -I /home/ubuntu/ecl-ml/ /home/ubuntu/ecl-ml/ML/Tests/Explanatory/Naive_Bayes.ecl

Error: Include paths -I '/home/ubuntu' and '/home/ubuntu/ecl-ml' overlap

How to resolve the same?
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Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:37 pm Change Time Zone

rsghatpa,
It asks us to download the ML Library from the following page : https://hpccsystems.com/ml. However, that page no longer exists.
You can download the ML repository code from the link on this page:
https://hpccsystems.com/download/free-modules/ecl-ml

This link will download the hpcc-systems-ecl-ml.zip file, which you then need to extract into your ECL Repository directory structure.
Could someone share the process of downloading and installing HPCC ML libraries in Linux? And then compiling some ML ECL code? (Without ECL IDE support)
I would suggest you first use the ECL IDE (or Eclipse or VS Code, whichever IDE "floats your boat") to try running some examples. Only after that should you try doing a standalone compile. IOW, first you make it work, THEN you make it work the way you want it to. That way you're only trying to solve one problem at a time.

HTH,

Richard
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