Emping: derives heuristic rules from nominal data

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utility that reads a table in a csv (comma separated) format that can be generated from Open Office Calc (spreadsheet), derives all shortest rules for a selected attribute, and writes them to a .csv file that can be read by OO Calc. The shortest rules may be partially ordered by implication (entailment) and equivalence (equality) and the top level is also shown in .csv format. Optionally all logical entailments and equalities are listed as well. If the data set contains ambiguous rules or more occurrences of the same rule the user is warned.

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Versions [faq] 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.3.1, 0.4, 0.5, 0.5.1, 0.6
Dependencies array, base, containers, mtl, parsec [details]
License LicenseRef-GPL
Copyright Hans van Thiel 2006 - 2007
Author Hans van Thiel
Maintainer hthiel.char@zonnet.nl
Category Data Mining
Home page http://j-van-thiel.speedlinq.nl/
Uploaded by HansVanThiel at 2008-01-14T11:27:59Z
Distributions NixOS:0.6
Executables emping
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Readme for Emping-0.3.1

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The compressed archive contains source files in the functional programming language Haskell.

Emping should run on any platform which has the Glasgow Haskell compiler installed.

The preferred way to install Emping is through Cabal, for example:

$ runhaskell Setup configure --prefix=$HOME
$ runhaskell Setup build
$ runhaskell Setup install

where the commands might need to follow the prefix:
depending on your settings.

You might want to look at: http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/How_to_write_a_Haskell_program

and/or the cabal documentation at: http://www.haskell.org/ghc/docs/latest/html/Cabal/index.html

for more information.


Or, put the source files in a directory of your choice and compile them with:

ghc -XTypeSynonymInstances --make -O2 Main.hs -o emping

where 'ghc' is the Haskell compiler and emping is the executable.
(-XTypeSynonymInstances is a required option and -O2 (upper case Oh) optimizes the compiled executable.)