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Opytimizer: Nature-Inspired Computation in Python (github.com/gugarosa)
71 points by optimalsolver 3 days ago | hide | past | favorite | 3 comments





Looks that it has many features but the examples are based on other parts of the library so one needs other examples to explain the first ones. Just inputting some arrays or funcs to a method would be more intuitive IMHO.

I'm not a programmer nor a scientist, but I have recently created a proof-of-concept using scipy differential_evolution because it looked like the most accessible to someone like me. How would it compare to using opytimizer? Also I love the name it's so brazilian :D

Is there a reason why you used GPL license instead of AGPL?.



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