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Vectorflow is a minimalist neural network library optimized for sparse data and single machine environments.

Original blog post here.

Installation

dub package

The library is distributed as a dub package. Add vectorflow to the dependencies section of your dub.json:

"vectorflow": "~>1.0.0"

The library itself doesn't have any dependency. All you need is a recent D compiler.

LDC is the recommended compiler for the fastest runtime speed.

Tested on:

  • Linux, OSX
  • LDC version: >= 1.1.1
  • DMD version: >= 2.073.1

Setting up a D environment

If you're new to D, keep reading. You will need dub (the D package manager) and LDC (the LLVM-based D compiler).

macOs
brew install dub
brew install ldc
Ubuntu

dub can be downloaded here (or follow instructions on this page). LDC can be installed by running:

snap install --classic --edge ldc2

Examples

To run the RCV1 example (sparse logistic regression):

cd examples && ./compile_run.sh rcv1.d

Tests

To run the tests:

dub test

Documentation

vectorflow is using ddoc. One way of building and serving locally the documentation (you will need libevent for serving) is:

dub build -b ddox && dub run -b ddox

Or use your favorite DDOC compiler.

Please also refer to the repo wiki.

Latest Releases
v1.0.0
 Aug. 1 2017