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Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
basiclly all of them are in the specs, so it's wierd they work there but not in the code
Martyn Jago
@mjago
# Work on array of test data (batch)
Hmm strange - one of the specs failed once (train_data_spec.cr I think) but now all pass - I’ll go and try the example again
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
Sure, let me know :)
Martyn Jago
@mjago
Still fails yet the first and last example work fine
Perhaps its the crystal version ?
Crystal 0.24.1+5 [a1e90f0bd] (2017-12-16)

LLVM: 4.0.0
Default target: x86_64-apple-macosx
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
I'm also on Head
I'm on Linux hough
should not matter, but let me do another test
Martyn Jago
@mjago
libFann version (head)
d71d547 * master origin/master ensure that cmake is not dependent on directory it's run in
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
@mjago Looking at it more deeply, we didn't update the README to showcase latest specs
@mjago Updated the README now
can you try the changed examples and let me know if you get into any issue?
Martyn Jago
@mjago
@bararchy yay 🎉 all good now
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
Cool, sorry for that XD
@mjago
enjoy the lib
Martyn Jago
@mjago
@barachy note however that without branch: master crystal deps installs an old version (with typos)
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
I'll create a release
Martyn Jago
@mjago
@bararchy yes I know nothing about ANN etc so have some learning to do :+1:
@barachy thanks for use of the library !
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
no problem, enjoy :)
Martyn Jago
@mjago
@bararchy I noticed that fann_set_learning_rate() expects to pass a float (doesn’t work with a double as currently defined)
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
Hm..... interesting, let me take a look, I might missed something
Martyn Jago
@mjago
Do you want a PR for #learning_rate and #learning_rate = ?
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
Sure, would love it :)
also, you should really take a look at SHAInet, it's much faster, and give better results, it also allows for more precision in network architecture
Martyn Jago
@mjago
Sure, I definitely will do
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
:+1:
Martyn Jago
@mjago
My pet project is decoding morse from a noisy audio source - already works from a clean ‘ideal source'
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
really cool! is that an opensource project?
Martyn Jago
@mjago
It will be. It will join an open-source morse (CW) tutor I wrote in Ruby hopefully
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
cool !
Martyn Jago
@mjago
@bararchy I noticed you showed an interest in bluetooth. I actually prototyped both sides of a bluetooth embedded device with Crystal (Microchip firmware). As a C programmer Crystal is great for something like that since you have code transparency (you can see easily how you would implement in C ~ see all the way to the machine'ish) compared to Ruby for instance.
Bar Hofesh
@bararchy
Wow! This is awesome
Yeha, I worked on getting a Bluetooth device for crystal
Martyn Jago
@mjago
Great - I sorted out the unordered node problem by doing a dummy first run and making a mapping of where graphviz puts nodes, and using that mapping for subsequent runs
Oops - meant for shainet :blush: