Tabular Regression with the command line interface
Tabular Regression with the command line interface#
NeurEco executable for Tabular models (Regression, Compression, Classification) is called NeurEcoDNN. It can be called directly from a terminal / powershell after a full installation of NeurEco.
When using a portable version of the software, make sure to add its bin directory to the environment variable PATH.
To call the executable, run the following command:
which will output:
_ __ ______ / | / /__ __ _______/ ____/________ / |/ / _ \/ / / / ___/ __/ / ___/ __ \ / /| / __/ /_/ / / / /___/ /__/ /_/ / /_/ |_/\___/\__,_/_/ /_____/\___/\____/ === A D A G O S === Version: 4.01.2591.0 Compiled with MSVC v1928 Dec 5 2022 Matlab runtime:no OpenMP: yes MKL: yes Version Ref: 27284d298a51ac68c0443ce3e5caee63cd26acb0 usage: neurecoDNN [-h] [command <parameters>] Entry point for NeurEco model building and evaluation. Commands: build <configurationFilename> build a neureco model from a given input solution/input set. evaluate <configurationFilename> evaluate a deepROM model from a given excitation. exportC <NeurecoFilename path> <CFilename path> <precision> exports NeurecoFilename model as an .h file exportFMU <NeurecoFilename path> <fmuFilename path> <platform identifier> export NeurecoFilename model as an FMU file platform: 1=windows, 2=linux, 3=both, default: both. exportONNX <NeurecoFilename path> <ONNXFilename path> <precision> exports NeurecoFilename model as an ONNX file exportVBA <NeurecoFilename path> <VBA Filename path> <precision> exports NeurecoFilename model as an .bas file ... Optional arguments: -h, --help show this message and exit
Functionalities available via a call to executable: build, evaluate and export model.
- Data preparation for NeurEco Regression with the command line interface
- Build NeurEco Regression model with the command line interface
- Evaluate NeurEco Regression model with the command line interface
- Export NeurEco Regression model with the command line interface
- Illustrative test cases for Tabular Regression
- Tutorial: using NeurEco command line interface for a Tabular Regression problem