Getting started with NeurEco
Getting started with NeurEco#
To download and install NeurEco 4.0, click on the relevant link:
Windows msi: https://www.adagos.com/neureco-4-0-windows-msi
Windows portable: https://www.adagos.com/neureco-4-0-windows-portable
MacOS arm: https://www.adagos.com/neureco-4-0-macos-arm
For more details about the installation of Neureco, please refer to Installing NeurEco.
Running NeurEco requires a license. Run the hardware_info command and send the resulting hardware_info.txt file to the Adagos team at this address: email@example.com
Graphical user interface (GUI)
Python application programming interface (Python API)
The command line interface
Regardless of the interface/solution used, there are three essential functions that NeurEco offers:
Build a model by simply providing the dataset.
Evaluate the model on new data sets
Export the model for the deployment phase. The embed license allows to export to the standard formats.
The following flowchart gives a starting idea of which NeurEco template to choose for the problem at hand:
- NeurEco Tabular Regression quickstart tutorial
- NeurEco Tabular Classification quickstart tutorial
- NeurEco Tabular Compression quickstart tutorial
- NeurEco Discrete Dynamic quickstart tutorial