Provided by: liblinear-tools_1.8+dfsg-1ubuntu1_amd64
liblinear-train - train a linear classifier and produce a model
liblinear-train [options] training_set_file [model_file]
liblinear-train trains a linear classifier using liblinear and produces a model suitable for use with liblinear-predict(1). training_set_file is the file containing the data used for training. model_file is the file to which the model will be saved. If model_file is not provided, it defaults to training_set_file.model. To obtain good performances, sometimes one needs to scale the data. This can be done with svm-scale(1).
A summary of options is included below. -s type Set the type of the solver: 0 ... L2-regularized logistic regression 1 ... L2-regularized L2-loss support vector classification (dual) (default) 2 ... L2-regularized L2-loss support vector classification (primal) 3 ... L2-regularized L1-loss support vector classification (dual) 4 ... multi-class support vector classification 5 ... L1-regularized L2-loss support vector classification 6 ... L1-regularized logistic regression 7 ... L2-regularized logistic regression (dual) -c cost Set the parameter C (default: 1) -e epsilon Set the tolerance of the termination criterion For -s 0 and 2: |f'(w)|_2 <= epsilon*min(pos,neg)/l*|f'(w0)_2, where f is the primal function and pos/neg are the number of positive/negative data (default: 0.01) For -s 1, 3, 4 and 7: Dual maximal violation <= epsilon; similar to libsvm (default: 0.1) For -s 5 and 6: |f'(w)|_inf <= epsilon*min(pos,neg)/l*|f'(w0)|_inf, where f is the primal function (default: 0.01) -B bias If bias >= 0, then instance x becomes [x; bias]; if bias < 0, then no bias term is added (default: -1) -wi weight Weight-adjusts the parameter C of class i by the value weight -v n n-fold cross validation mode -q Quiet mode (no outputs).
Train a linear SVM using L2-loss function: liblinear-train data_file Train a logistic regression model: liblinear-train -s 0 data_file Do five-fold cross-validation using L2-loss SVM, using a smaller stopping tolerance 0.001 instead of the default 0.1 for more accurate solutions: liblinear-train -v 5 -e 0.001 data_file Train four classifiers: positive negative Cp Cn class 1 class 2,3,4 20 10 class 2 class 1,3,4 50 10 class 3 class 1,2,4 20 10 class 4 class 1,2,3 10 10 liblinear-train -c 10 -w1 2 -w2 5 -w3 2 four_class_data_file If there are only two classes, we train ONE model. The C values for the two classes are 10 and 50: liblinear-train -c 10 -w3 1 -w2 5 two_class_data_file Output probability estimates (for logistic regression only) using liblinear-predict(1): liblinear-predict -b 1 test_file data_file.model output_file
liblinear-predict(1), svm-predict(1), svm-train(1)
liblinear-train was written by the LIBLINEAR authors at National Taiwan university for the LIBLINEAR Project. This manual page was written by Christian Kastner <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). March 08, 2011 LIBLINEAR-TRAIN(1)