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Awesome Machine Learning with Ruby
Curated List of Ruby Machine Learning Links and Resources
Machine Learning is a field of Computational Science -
often nested under AI research - with many practical
applications due to the ability of resulting algorithms to
systematically implement a specific solution without explicit
programmer's instructions. Obviously many algorithms need a definition
of features to look at or a biggish training set of data to derive the
This curated list comprises awesome libraries,
data sources, tutorials and presentations about Machine Learning
utilizing the Ruby programming language.
A lot of useful resources on this list come from the development by
The Ruby Science Foundation, our contributors and
our own day to day work on various ML applications.
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Machine Learning Libraries
Machine Learning algorithms in pure Ruby or written in other
programming languages with appropriate bindings for Ruby.
JRuby bindings for Weka, different ML algorithms implemented through Weka.
Artificial Intelligence for Ruby.
General classifier module to allow Bayesian and other types of classifications.
Ruby scoring API for PMML (Predictive Model Markup Language).
rblearn - Feature Extraction and Crossvalidation library.
Model your data with machine learning. Ample test coverage, examples to start fast, complete documentation. Production ready since 1.0.0.
shogun - Polyfunctional and mature
machine learning toolbox with Ruby bindings.
Machine Learning API of the Amazon Web Services.
Machine Learning API of the Microsoft Azure.
Growing machine learning framework written in pure Ruby, high performance computing using
Numo, CUDA bindings through Cumo.
Currently implementating neural networks, evolutionary strategies, vector quantization, and plenty of
examples and utilities.
Deep NeuroEvolution -
Experimental setup based on the machine_learning_workbench
towards searching for deep neural networks (rather than training) using evolutionary algorithms. Applications to the
OpenAI Gym using PyCall.
Machine Learninig toolkit in Ruby with wide range of implemented algorithms
(SVM, Logistic Regression, Linear Regression, Random Forest etc.) and
interfaces similar to Scikit-Learn in Python.
eps - Bayesian Classification and Linear Regression with exports
using PMML and an alternative backend using GSL.
Neural network written in Ruby.
Ruby bindings to the Fast Artificial Neural Network Library (FANN).
Experimental implementation for Artificial Neural Networks in Ruby.
Recurrent Neural Network library for Ruby.
Feed-forward neural networks for JRuby based on
Framework including pure-Ruby implementation of both feed-forward and recurrent neural networks
(fully connected). Training available using neuroevolution (Natural Evolution Strategies algorithms).
Flexible Ruby ANN implementation with backprop (through-time, for recurrent
nets), gradient checking, adagrad, and parallel batch execution.
Framework including pure-Ruby implementations of Natural Evolution Strategy algorithms
(black-box optimization), specifically Exponential NES (XNES),
Separable NES (sNES), Block-Diagonal NES (BDNES) and more.
Applications include neural network search/training (neuroevolution).
Simplest Genetic Algorithms implementation in Ruby.
Redis-backed Bayesian classifier.
Simple Naive Bayes classifier.
Full-featured, Ruby implementation of Naive Bayes.
Fast Library for Approximate Nearest Neighbors.
k-means clustering in Ruby.
Attempting to build a fast, memory efficient K-Means program.
Simple K Nearest Neighbour Algorithm.
bindings for the Annoy (Approximate Nearest Neighbors Oh Yeah).
Ruby interface to LIBLINEAR (much more efficient than LIBSVM for text classification).
Ruby interface to LIBLINEAR using SWIG.
Memory based learners from the Timbl framework.
Ruby implementation of the LDA
(Latent Dirichlet Allocation) for automatic Topic Modelling and Document Clustering.
JRuby maximum entropy classifier for string data, based on the OpenNLP Maxent framework.
Generalized rack framework for text classifications.
Naive Bayes text classification implementation as an OmniCat classifier strategy.
Applications of machine learning
Ruby wrapper around pHash, the perceptual hash library for detecting duplicate multimedia files.
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If you're going to implement your own ML algorithms you're probably interested
in storing your feature sets efficiently. Look for appropriate
in our Data Science with Ruby list.
Please refer to the Data Visualization
section on the Data Science with Ruby list.
Articles, Posts, Talks, and Presentations
Projects and Code Examples
Books, Blogs, Channels
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