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  • …of ideas that can be implemented quite easily in GeneXproTools in order to assist in the creation of better … functions with a neutral gene (as implemented in GeneXproTools) can be used in a manner as described in the …

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  • …return 0.0; I tried this function in GeneXproTools with the Iris dataset and it worked great, both … great addition to the built-in math functions of GeneXproTools. But unfortunately I could not find a neutral … program in order to keep this functionality in GeneXproTools)! Maybe some math wizard out there can find one? … will be added to the built-in math functions of GeneXproTools and also to the linking functions of Regression, …

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  • …Gepsoft came along and I also started to keep a GeneXproTools Journal with all my ideas for new features and … bothered to separate the GEP ideas from the GeneXproTools ideas and I would mark them !!GEP!! or !!GXPT!! … and subsequent release of all my ideas in GeneXproTools. And due to the relatively long development …

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  • …two more to add to the built-in math functions of GeneXproTools. The criteria for their choice included … function that you'd like to see implemented in GeneXproTools? If you do, now is the time to tell us about it …

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  • …can keep just the ones that perform well in the GeneXproTools environment when we put them to work together … So, in some kind of meta-analysis, I'm using GeneXproTools itself to decide which functions to add to the … built-in math functions of GeneXproTools and which ones to reject! And what's more … one can do it using the Custom Math Functions of GeneXproTools! But anyway, I chose the Iris dataset for this … constants, etc.), I'm using the default values of GeneXproTools for Regression. For the function set I'm also …

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  • …that worked well as linking functions in GeneXproTools, which as you know is for now limited to … functions, which is the current arity limit in GeneXproTools. And here's the C++ code for the first failure: … were on my long list of functions to be added to GeneXproTools) because they could not solve my problem for the … idea of mine for the built-in math functions of GeneXproTools) that would fairly divide the real line estate … worth adding to the built-in math functions of GeneXproTools, but I'm leaving that to another project as there …

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  • …implement functions of 5 and 6 arguments in GeneXproTools (4 is the max limit). Moreover, the argmin and … (which, by the way, are already available in GeneXproTools as GT2B and LT2B) are not very interesting as … of 2 arguments as a new linking function in GeneXproTools; for the argmax I was unable to find a neutral … good all-purpose functions that work well in the GeneXproTools modeling environment. So, as usual, I'm testing … I'm using the default math functions of GeneXproTools for Regression plus the function under study …

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  • …with the new Variable Importance Chart of GeneXproTools. And I was mesmerized! There it was: The first 3 … by Map3A, Map4A, Map5A, Map6A, … and so on in GeneXproTools (again, the numeral represents the number of … and representing them by ECL3A, ECL3B… in GeneXproTools. Just to give you a flavor of the structure of … constraint of the built-in math functions of GeneXproTools, but you can extend this to any number of … in all the 17 programming languages that GeneXproTools supports, but you can experiment with any number …

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  • …mapper functions of 2, 3, and 4 arguments. In GeneXproTools these functions are represented by Map4A, Map4B, … of 2 arguments enjoy a special status in GeneXproTools because they require less bulky tree structures)! …

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  • …that be at Gepsoft to increase max arity to 5 in GeneXproTools)! And like we saw for the Map4A function …

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