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F# samples #7
This is a simple port of the Sentiment Analysis sample to F#. This also puts in place the necessary plumbing for other people to easily add new sample scripts (and full-blown apps if required).
Happy to help you get up and running if needed, although there's a readme in the folder with some basic instructions.
I also had an issue with the path for the data, but in my case it was looking for
dataset in the directory above the repository, so the fix was to use
.\datasets\ rather than
..\datasets\. I assume this is nothing to do with the sample code but rather which directory is current when FSI is launched?
Otherwise, works great.
@isaacabraham thank you very much for your contribution! We'd like to make changes in ML.NET that would provide better support for F#. We are planing to do it in the next coming version v 0.3. So this PR would probably need some updates. After that we'll gladly add it to the repo.
@isaacabraham @OliaG - Thanks a lot Isaac for your efforts and PR. You can test v0.3 with your code and see what's new in it in the following blog post we published here:
About merging the PR into the repo, it is pretty possible that we'll make significant breaking changes in the API in upcoming versions, so it might be better if we hold on this PR (and additional samples) just for a while.
In any case, please tell us when you have tested the code with v0.3, ok?
Again, thanks a lot for your PR, it'll be a great help for the community.
@CESARDELATORRE Reading through the release notes, I'm not sure that anything has changed since v0.2 i.e. is there support for records (or even class properties)? And is there better support for in-memory data?
If neither, then there's not much that can be updated since those are the two main blockers at the moment.
@isaacabraham - As far as I know, there are no specific features in v0.3 with improvements for F#.