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Hi everyone,

is there a way to get the current best individual and its fitness?
In my project, each GPIndividual is a rule. The rule will be evaluated by running 
and comparing the results with a goldstandard. 
Now I want to check if my evaluated rule has a better fitness than all other created 
rules in all generations. If yes write the rule out, otherwise do nothing. 

I need only a method to compare the fitness and a way to get the current best of all
generations.

(With this I hope to get the best rule of my run)

I appreciate any help.

Thanks and greetings from Germany

Bojan

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