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|Repo Created||almost 5 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 1 year ago|
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BQL interpretation and storage for BayesDB. Please see http://probcomp.csail.mit.edu/bayesdb for more information.
The easiest way to install bayeslite is to use the package on Anaconda Cloud. In your conda environment (python 2.7), run one of the following two commands:
$ conda install -c probcomp bayeslite # latest release $ conda install -c probcomp/label/edge bayeslite # tip of master
Users and contributors should expect rapidly and dramatically shifting code and behavior at this time.
THIS SOFTWARE SHOULD NOT BE EXPECTED TO TREAT YOUR DATA SECURELY.
Our compatibility aim is to work on probcomp machines and members' laptops, and to provide scripts and instructions that make it not too hard to re-create our environments elsewhere. Pulls for polished packaging, broad installability, etc. are not appropriate contributions at this time.
Please run local tests before sending a pull request:
That does not run the complete test suite, only the smoke tests, but is usually good enough. For the full suite:
$ ./check.sh tests shell/tests
To build the documentation (requires sphinx):
$ make doc
The result will be placed in
build/doc, with one subdirectory per
To build only one output format, e.g. HTML because you don't want to install TeX:
$ make html