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Just want to vent a bit
3 projects | /r/ProgrammingLanguages | 3 Dec 2022
Although it may be a bit more work, you can do both machine learning and AI in Java. If you are doing deep learning, you can use DeepJavaLibrary (I do work on this one at Amazon). If you are looking for other ML algorithms, I have seen Smile, Tribuo, or some around Spark.
Anybody here using Java for machine learning?
11 projects | /r/java | 13 Sep 2022
For deploying a trained model there are a bunch of options that use Java on top of some native runtime like TF-Java (which I co-lead), ONNX Runtime, pytorch has inference for TorchScript models. Training deep learning models is harder, though you can do it for some of them in DJL. Training more standard ML models is much simpler, either via Tribuo, or using things like LibSVM & XGBoost directly, or other libraries like SMILE or WEKA.
What libraries do you use for machine learning and data visualizing in scala?
5 projects | /r/scala | 27 Nov 2021
I use smile https://github.com/haifengl/smile with ammonite and it feels pretty easy/good to work with. Of course for pure looking at data, and exploration, you're not going to beat python.
Python VS Scala
2 projects | /r/scala | 2 Jul 2021
Actually, it does. Scala has Spark for data science and some ML libs like Smile.
Machine learning on JVM
6 projects | /r/scala | 5 Apr 2021
I was using Smile for some period - https://haifengl.github.io/ - it's quite small and lightweight Java lib with some very basic algorithms - I was using in particularly cauterization. Along with this it provides Scala API.
What are some alternatives?
Apache Spark - Apache Spark - A unified analytics engine for large-scale data processing
Deeplearning4j - Suite of tools for deploying and training deep learning models using the JVM. Highlights include model import for keras, tensorflow, and onnx/pytorch, a modular and tiny c++ library for running math code and a java based math library on top of the core c++ library. Also includes samediff: a pytorch/tensorflow like library for running deep learning using automatic differentiation.
Breeze - Breeze is a numerical processing library for Scala.
Apache Flink - Apache Flink
ND4S - ND4S: N-Dimensional Arrays for Scala. Scientific Computing a la Numpy. Based on ND4J.
tensorflow-keras-scala - Scala-based Keras API for the Java bindings to TensorFlow. Mirror of https://codeberg.org/sciss/tensorflow-keras-scala
Apache Mahout - Mirror of Apache Mahout
JSAT - Java Statistical Analysis Tool, a Java library for Machine Learning
H2O - Sparkling Water provides H2O functionality inside Spark cluster
grobid - A machine learning software for extracting information from scholarly documents
Apache Hadoop - Apache Hadoop