mlpack IRC logs, 2017-11-01

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--- Log opened Wed Nov 01 00:00:31 2017
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22:24 < gopala> Hi rcurtin, how tough is it to add an option to /userdata/gopalakr/mlpack/bin/mlpack_hmm_loglik also dump out the hidden state sequence ?
22:25 < gopala> sorry for the longpath.. meant loglik
22:25 < rcurtin> couldn't you use mlpack_hmm_viterbi for that?
22:27 < gopala> hmm .. i suppose so.. somehow thought I had a different desirable
23:17 < gopala> what would cause this error in hmm_train ?? [WARN ] KMeans::Cluster(): zero clusters requested. This probably isn't going to work. Brace for crash.
23:18 < gopala> i am giving parameters -t gmm -n 3 -g 4 -b -i aa.csv
23:40 < gopala> may be something to do with the gmm type.. it works when I make it gaussian but specify a -g
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--- Log closed Thu Nov 02 00:00:33 2017