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pyevolve-graph - graphical plotting tool for Pyevolve
This manual page documents briefly the pyevolve-graph command, a graphical plotting tool for programs based on Pyevolve. To use this program, you must have python-matplotlib and python-sqlite installed.
Pyevolve-pygraph supports the following options: -h, --help show a brief summary of available options and exit -f FILENAME, --file=FILENAME Database file to read from. default is ./pyevolve.db. -i IDENTIFY, --identify=IDENTIFY The identify of evolution. -o OUTFILE, --outfile=OUTFILE Write the graph image to a file. Don't specify an extension, just the filename. The file will be written in PNG format by default, but this can be changed using the --extension or -e options. -e EXTENSION, --extension=EXTENSION Graph image file format. Supported options (formats) are all those supported by python-matplotlib. Currently, these should be: EMF, EPS, PDF, PNG, PS, RAW, RGBA, SVG, SVGZ. Default is PNG. -g GENRANGE, --genrange=GENRANGE This is the generation range of the graph. For example, 1:30 would denote an interval between 1 and 30. -c COLORMAP, --colormap=COLORMAP Sets the Color Map for the graph types -8 and -9. Some options are: summer, bone, gray, hot, jet, cooper, spectral. The default is jet. -m,--minimize Sets the 'Minimize' mode. Default is the Maximize mode. This option makes sense if you are minimizing your evaluation function. -0 Write all standard graphs to file. Equivalent to specifying -1 -2 -3 -4 -5. -1 Error bars graph (raw scores). -2 Error bars graph (fitness scores). -3 Max/min/avg/std. dev. graph (raw scores). -4 Max/min/avg graph (fitness scores). -5 Raw and Fitness min/max difference graph. -6 Compare best raw score of two or more evolutions. You must specify the identify as a comma-separated list with the --identify or -i options. The maximum is 6 items. -7 Compare best fitness score of two or more evolutions. You must specify the identify as a comma-separated list with the --identify or -i options. The maximum is 6 items. -8 Show a heat map of population raw score distribution between generations. -9 Show a heat map of population fitness score distribution between generations.
The following are some examples on how to use pyevolve-graph: 1. Output a graph for identify 'ex1' in PNG format (default) to file 'graph_ex1.png': pyevolve-graph -i ex1 -1 -o graph_ex1 2. Output a graph for identify 'ex1' to the PDF file 'graph_ex1.pdf': pyevolve-graph -i ex1 -1 -o graph_ex1 -e pdf 3. This command will plot the evolution of the generations between 10 and 20: pyevolve-graph -i ex1 -1 -g 10:20 4. Use -m to indicate that you have minimized the evaulation function: pyevolve_graph.py -i ex1 -1 -m 5. Specify an identify list for the comparison output options -6 and -7: pyevolve_graph.py -i ex1_run1,ex1_run2,ex1_run3 -6 Fore more examples on how to use pyevolve-graph, including sample images, users are recommended to install the python-pyevolve-doc package.
/usr/share/doc/python-pyevolve/examples Contains many examples.
pyevolve-graph was written by Christian S. Perone <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Christian Kastner <email@example.com> for the Debian project (and may be used by others).