ClojureGP is a genetic programming framework written in Clojure. It aims to be highly configurable and versatile while still being concise and easy to learn.
Please refer to the included documentation and examples in the
./examples/ directories. The docs are also available at http://svdm.github.com/ClojureGP.
To see a basic genetic programming run in action, load one of the example experiments as follows, using a terminal/command prompt at the repository root:
$ java -cp ./examples/;./src/;./lib/* clojure.main -i examples/reg_exp.clj --repl
Then call the
run function from the Clojure REPL:
Clojure 1.2.0 user=> (reg-exp/run)
This same example experiment is discussed in
NOTE: On Linux versions of the JVM, replace the ; in the classpath with : (so semicolons to colons).
ClojureGP only requires Clojure 1.2.0 and the Clojure-contrib 1.2.0 library. For additional features such as plotting and improved random number generation, the QN Plot library and Uncommons Maths library are needed.
Both Clojure and Uncommons Maths can be pulled in using Leiningen, via
QN Plot will have to be manually downloaded if you want to use the graphing features. It can be found at the following locations:
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