Scientific Experiment Exploration framework
SciExp² (aka SciExp square or simply SciExp2) stands for Scientific Experiment Exploration, which provides a framework for easing the workflow of creating, executing and evaluating experiments. The driving idea is that of quick and effortless design-space exploration.
Experiments can be defined as a permutation of different parameters in the design space. It creates the necessary files to run these experiments (configuration files, scripts, etc.), which you define as templates that get substituted with the specific parameter values of each experiment.
SciExp2 also provides tools to run these experiments on different execution platforms like regular local scripts or a cluster jobs. It takes care of tracking their correct execution, and allows subsetting which experiments to run (e.g., those with specific parameter values, or those that were not successfully run yet).
Finally, SciExp2 provides functions to collect and analyze the results of the experiments. Results are automatically collected into a data structure that maintains the relationship between each result and the parameters of the experiment that produced it. With this you can effortlessly perform complex tasks such as inspecting the results or calculating statistics of experiments sub-sets, based on their parameter values.
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