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Not enough computer memory to train the data...

Asked by Lester Lim

Lester Lim (view profile)

on 28 Jan 2013

If my LDA is to train the data but I have not enough computer memory to train the data, what should I do? I tried splitting the data and used one of it to train. However, how should I input the rest of the training data?

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Answer by per isakson

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on 28 Jan 2013
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on 28 Jan 2013
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  • Putting the training data in a memmapfile might help.
  • standard answer: memory is cheap

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Lester Lim

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on 28 Jan 2013

But by writing into a binary format, won't everything become ones and zeros?

Lester Lim

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on 29 Jan 2013

Il try...

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