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PyBrain: Modular Machine Learning Library for Python


Welcome to PyBrain
PyBrain is a modular Machine Learning Library for Python. Its goal is to offer flexible, easy-to-use yet still powerful algorithms for Machine Learning Tasks and a variety of predefined environments to test and compare your algorithms.

PyBrain is short for Python-Based Reinforcement Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Neural Network Library. In fact, we came up with the name first and later reverse-engineered this quite descriptive "Backronym".

How is PyBrain different?
While there are a few machine learning libraries out there, PyBrain aims to be a very easy-to-use modular library that can be used by entry-level students but still offers the flexibility and algorithms for state-of-the-art research. We are constantly working on more and faster algorithms, developing new environments and improving usability.
What PyBrain can do
PyBrain, as its written-out name already suggests, contains algorithms for neural networks, for reinforcement learning (and the combination of the two), for unsupervised learning, and evolution. Since most of the current problems deal with continuous state and action spaces, function approximators (like neural networks) must be used to cope with the large dimensionality. Our library is built around neural networks in the kernel and all of the training methods accept a neural network as the to-be-trained instance. This makes PyBrain a powerful tool for real-life tasks.
Using PyBrain
PyBrain is open source and free to use for everyone (it is licensed under the BSD Software Licence). Just download it and start using the algorithms and modules in your own project or have a look at the provided tutorials and examples. If you use PyBrain for your research, we kindly ask you to cite us in your publications. Use the reference below or import this bibtex reference.
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Pickle Sauce:

Neat. Reminds me that Unity has some Machine Learning Agents you can incorporate into your games, which use Python somehow. I should look into this stuff.


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