Best MATLAB toolbox that implements Support Vector Regression? [closed]

By : Degvik
Source: Stackoverflow.com
Question!

In this Wikipedia article about SVM there are a number of links to different implementations of MATLAB toolboxes for Support Vector Machines. Could anyone suggest which of these is best in terms of speed, ease of use, etc.?

By : Degvik


Answers

This doesn't answer your question directly, but if you want to speed up an M script look into the embedded matlab toolbox and MEX functions. Basically, you can use these tools to compile your M scripts, I've done it and I get an order of magnitude performance gain minimum. The people at the MW say you can get 100 fold improvement.

By : devin


You can always use MathWorks implementation of SVM in the Bioinformatics Toolbox with the functions: svmtrain and svmclassify, which as usual have excellent documentation

By : Amro


Without a doubt Cawley's is the best.

http://theoval.sys.uea.ac.uk/svm/toolbox/



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