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Extends scikit-learn with a couple of new models, transformers, metrics, plotting.

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onnxcustom: custom ONNX


Tutorial on how to convert machine learned models into ONNX, implement your own converter or runtime. The module must be compiled to be used inplace:

python build_ext --inplace

Generate the setup in subfolder dist:

python sdist

Generate the documentation in folder dist/html:

python build_sphinx

Run the unit tests:

python unittests

To check style:

python -m flake8 onnxcustom tests examples

The function check or the command line python -m onnxcustom check checks the module is properly installed and returns processing time for a couple of functions or simply:

import onnxcustom

This tutorial has been merged into sklearn-onnx documentation.

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