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sabrina-hoppe committed May 5, 2018
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@@ -31,21 +31,21 @@ reproducing the paper results step by step:
`./01 train_classifiers.sh` to reproduce the evaluation setting described in the paper in which each classifier was trained 100 times.
`./02_train_specialized_classifiers.sh` to train specialized classifiers on parts of the data (specifically on data from inside the shop or on the way).

If the scripts cannot be executed, you might not have the right access permissions to do so. On Linux, you can try `chmod +x 01_train_classifiers.sh`,`chmod +x 02_train_specialized_classifiers.sh` and `chmod +x 03_label_permutation_test.sh` (see below for when/how to use the last script).
If the scripts cannot be executed, you might not have the right access permissions to do so. On Linux, you can try `chmod +x 01_train_classifiers.sh`,`chmod +x 02_train_specialized_classifiers.sh` and `chmod +x 03_label_permutation_test.sh` (see below for when/how to use the last script).

In case you want to call the script differently, e.g. to speed-up the computation or try with different parameters, you can pass the following arguments to `classifiers.train_classifier`:
In case you want to call the script differently, e.g. to speed-up the computation or try with different parameters, you can pass the following arguments to `classifiers.train_classifier`:
`-t` trait index between 0 and 6
`-l` lowest number of repetitions, e.g. 0
`-m` max number of repetitions, e.g. 100
`-a` using partial data only: 0 (all data), 1 (way data), 2(shop data)

In case of performance issues, it might be useful to check `_conf.py` and change `max_n_jobs` to restrict the number of jobs (i.e. threads) running in parallel.
In case of performance issues, it might be useful to check `_conf.py` and change `max_n_jobs` to restrict the number of jobs (i.e. threads) running in parallel.

The results will be saved in `results/A0` for all data, `results/A1` for way data only and `results/A2` for data inside a shop. Each file is named `TTT_XXX.npz`, where TTT is the abbreviation of the personality trait (`O`,`C`,`E`,`A`,`N` for the Big Five and `CEI` or `PCS` for the two curiosity measures). XXX enumerates the classifiers (remember that we always train 100 classifiers for evaluation because there is some randomness involved in the training process).
The results will be saved in `results/A0` for all data, `results/A1` for way data only and `results/A2` for data inside a shop. Each file is named `TTT_XXX.npz`, where TTT is the abbreviation of the personality trait (`O`,`C`,`E`,`A`,`N` for the Big Five and `CEI` or `PCS` for the two curiosity measures). XXX enumerates the classifiers (remember that we always train 100 classifiers for evaluation because there is some randomness involved in the training process).

3. __Train baselines__
* To train a classifier that always predicts the most frequent personality score range from its current training set, please execute `python 03_train_baseline.py`
* To train classifiers on permuted labels, i.e. perform the so-called label permutation test, please execute `./04_label_permutation_test.sh`
* To train a classifier that always predicts the most frequent personality score range from its current training set, please execute `python 03_train_baseline.py`
* To train classifiers on permuted labels, i.e. perform the so-called label permutation test, please execute `./04_label_permutation_test.sh`


4. __Performance analysis__

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