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A Python wrapper for the Weka graphics .

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Weka - Python wrapper for Weka Graphics


Provides a convenient wrapper for calling Weka from Python to generate a graph with the data from an arff file.


First install the Weka and LibSVM Java libraries. On Debian/Ubuntu this is simply:

sudo apt-get install weka libsvm-java

Then install the Python package with pip:

sudo pip install QtWekaWrapper

You can find the module on the PyPi.


Create a Python 3 environment with the 'virtualenv' module and after activate it. Install the module with pip install QtWekaWrapper command and you can instantiate the qt window where the arff file will be loaded:

from QtWekaWrapper import qtwekawrapper
window = qtwekawrapper.run_qt_window()


Tests require the Python development headers to be installed, which you can install on Ubuntu with:

sudo apt-get install python-dev python3-dev python3.4-dev

To run unittests across multiple Python versions, install:

sudo apt-get install python3.4-minimal python3.4-dev python3.5-minimal python3.5-dev

To run all tests:

export TESTNAME=; tox

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