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NAME

       PDL::CCS::IO::LDAC - LDA-C format text I/O for PDL::CCS::Nd

SYNOPSIS

        use PDL;
        use PDL::CCS::Nd;
        use PDL::CCS::IO::LDAC;

        ##-- (Document x Term) matrix
        $dtm = PDL::CCS::Nd->newFromWhich($which,$nzvals);

        ccs_writeldac($dtm,"dtm.ldac");   # write a sparse LDA-C text file
        $dtm2 = ccs_readldac("dtm.ldac"); # read a sparse LDA-C text file

        ###-- (Term x Document) matrix in document-primary format
        $tdm = $dtm->xchg(0,1)->make_physically_indexed();

        ccs_writeldac($tdm,"tdm.ldac",   {transpose=>1});
        $dtm2 = ccs_readldac("tdm.ldac", {transpose=>1});

I/O Utilities

   ccs_writeldac
       Write a 2d PDL::CCS::Nd (Document x Term) matrix as an LDA-C text file.  If the
       "transpose" option is specified and true, the input matrix $ccs is treated as as a (Term x
       Document) matrix, and output lines correspond to logical dimension 1 of $ccs.  Otherwise,
       output lines correspond to logical dimension 0 of $ccs, which is expected to be a
       (Document x Term) matrix.

        ccs_writeldac($ccs,$filename_or_fh)
        ccs_writeldac($ccs,$filename_or_fh,\%opts)

       Options %opts:

        header => $bool,     ##-- do/don't write a header to the output file (default=do)
        transpose => $bool,  ##-- treat input $ccs as (Term x Document) matrix (default=don't)

   ccs_readldac
       Read a 2d (Document x Term) matrix from an LDA-C text file as a PDL::CCS::Nd object.  If
       the "transpose" option is specified and true, the output matrix $ccs will be a (Term x
       Document) matrix, and input lines correspond to logical dimension 1 of $ccs.  Otherwise,
       input lines correspond to logical dimension 0 of $ccs, which will be returned as a
       (Document x Term) matrix.

        $ccs = ccs_readldac($filename_or_fh)
        $ccs = ccs_readldac($filename_or_fh,\%opts)

       Options %opts:

        header => $bool,    ##-- do/don't try to read header data from the output file (default=do)
        type => $type,      ##-- value datatype (default: from header or $PDL::IO::Misc::deftype)
        transpose => $bool, ##-- generate a (Term x Document) matrix (default=don't)
        sorted => $bool,    ##-- assume input is lexicographically sorted (only if not transposed; default=don't)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

       Perl by Larry Wall.

       PDL by Karl Glazebrook, Tuomas J. Lukka, Christian Soeller, and others.

       LDA-C package by by David M. Blei.

AUTHOR

       Bryan Jurish <moocow@cpan.org>

   Copyright Policy
       Copyright (C) 2015-2018, Bryan Jurish. All rights reserved.

       This package is free software, and entirely without warranty.  You may redistribute it
       and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

       perl, PDL, PDL::CCS::Nd, PDL::CCS::IO::FastRaw, PDL::CCS::IO::FITS,
       PDL::CCS::IO::MatrixMarket, the LDA-C package documentation at
       <http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~blei/lda-c/> ...