Hi Frederick. If your tree doesn't contain any ERCs, then it's generally pretty easy to do this.
Let's say that the tree in question was:
(if-food-ahead (if-food-ahead move left)
(if-food-ahead left left))
You can construct a readable Individual around this with the following four lines:
(if-food-ahead (if-food-ahead move left) (if-food-ahead left left))
You'll need to make sure that your ENTIRE tree is in a single line, not multiple lines like printTreeForHumans normally does.
A file with the four lines above should be readable by readIndividual(...).
But, and here's the big but: why not just print out the tree using printTree(...) rather than printTreeForhumans(...)? Or better yet, print it out using printIndividual(...)?
On Mar 26, 2012, at 9:20 AM, Frederik wrote:
> Dear all,
> I was wondering if there exists an easy way to read a tree during the evolution
> that was printed out using printTreeForHumans from the GPTree class.
> Thanks in advance,