LeelaSabaki has been deprecated as of Sabaki v0.40.0. Use the integrated analysis features instead.
- Shows heatmap of network probabilities
- Adds considered variations to the game tree in Sabaki, along with winning statistics
- Make sure you have the engine only version of Leela or Leela Zero.
- Make sure you have the most recent version of Sabaki installed.
- Download LeelaSabaki, or build it yourself. Make sure you have permission to execute the files.
- Open Sabaki and open the 'Preferences' drawer by pressing Ctrl/Cmd+,.
- Click on the 'Engines' tab and add a new engine with the following settings:
- Path: Your path to LeelaSabaki
- Arguments: LeelaSabaki options, followed by your path to Leela (Zero), followed by additional command line arguments to Leela. Leela will be called with the
--gtpoption automatically. If you're using Leela Zero, make sure to configure it properly.
--heatmap my_path/leelaz -w my_path/weights.txt --playouts 100 --noponder
$ leelasabaki [--flat] [--heatmap] [--help] <path-to-leela> [leela-arguments...]
Instead of appending variations as multiple moves, we will append one node per variation with the final board arrangement and move numbers.
Visualizes network probabilities as a heatmap after each generated move.
Displays help message.
Make sure you have Node.js and npm installed. First, clone LeelaSabaki:
$ git clone https://github.com/SabakiHQ/LeelaSabaki.git $ cd LeelaSabaki
Install the dependencies of LeelaSabaki with npm:
$ npm install
To build binaries use the following command:
$ npm run build
This will create an executable file in
- gtp - A Node.js module for handling GTP engines.