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Using the Command Line

Ian Witten shows how you can do everything the Explorer does (and more) from the command line – and also how to consult JavaDoc to learn about Weka.

You can do everything the Explorer does (and more) from the command line. Why would you want to – the Explorer is so easy? Well, some people find it faster to type commands! More importantly, the command line gives you more control over memory usage, because it’s a lower-level way of accessing Weka’s facilities. You will also learn how to consult Javadoc, which is the definitive source of Weka documentation.

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