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Table

 
In Netlab a table is a construct that holds data. The data could be sensory information to be used as an input to a neural network, or it could be weight values, for example.

Tables holding data can have a variety of formats. In Netlab's Noodle™ language, the primary format is called Netlab Values, or NLV.

CSV, or Comma Separated Values, is another example of a common table format that can be used in Netlab. It is a convenient format for output data, since it can be read directly into most desktop spreadsheets programs, where it can be analyzed and graphed.

CTX will also (eventually) be supported. It is a more robust table format designed to carry everything from simple values to complex hierarchically organized information.

Also: NLV     CSV     CTX

 
 




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