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A ridiculously simple search engine

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A ridiculously simple search engine

Example: Search code

from grub import SearchStore
import sklearn  # instead of talking any file, let's search the files of sklearn itself!

path_format = os.path.dirname(sklearn.__file__) + '{}.py'
search = SearchStore(path_format)

Let's search for ANN. That stands for Artificial Neural Networks. Did you know? Well search figures it out, pretty early, that I was talking about neural networks.

array(['sklearn/tree/', 'sklearn/linear_model/',
       'sklearn/neural_network/tests/'], dtype='<U75')

Let's search for something more complicated. Like a sentence. The results show promise promises: It's about calibration, but related are robustness, feature selection and validation...

search('how to calibrate the estimates of my classifier')  
       'sklearn/neighbors/', 'sklearn/ensemble/',
       'sklearn/feature_selection/', 'sklearn/',
       'sklearn/ensemble/', 'sklearn/ensemble/'],

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