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I tried with the absolute path with a different name for the out.stat file,
but it doesn't get created anywhere.
when I pass " -p gp.tree.print-style=latex" argument when running the
program,
does it save the latex tree solution into the out.stat file?
Because this is what I am after essentially.

On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 5:39 PM, Sean Luke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> On Mar 17, 2011, at 9:27 PM, Jimin Park wrote:
>
>  Could somebody please give me some help?
>> I tried putting
>>
>> stat.file = $out.stat
>>
>> line in the params file, to see if it makes any difference, but no luck
>> there.
>> There is only one out.stat file in ecj's root folder and this never gets
>> changed.
>> When I run the tutorial, is it supposed to create a new out.stat file
>> somewhere?
>> I would like to see the results of my GP in a tree like form visually.
>>
>
> It's got to be there somewhere, not sure where your IDE is hiding it.
>
> Instead of $out.stat, you might try an explicit path.  For example, if
> you're on a Mac, you might try
>
> stat.file = /Users/jimin/Desktop/out.stat
>
> (or something like that)
>
> Or if you're on Windows you might try something like:
>
> stat.file = c:\documents and settings\jimin\desktop\out.stat
>
> (or maybe...)
>
> stat.file = c:/documents and settings/jimin/desktop/out.stat
>
> (I'm not sure how Java interacts with paths in Windows)
>
> Also your file doesn't have to be named out.stat, so you could try:
>
> stat.file = $my.file
>
> And then search for "my.file" on your hard drive.
>
>
>  I tried to print the result in C-ish format like in the tutorial.
>> I got the following error.
>>
>> Parameter no longer used.  See GPTree.java for details.
>> PARAMETER: pop.subpop.0.species.ind.tree.0.c
>>    ALSO: gp.tree.c
>> SYSTEM EXITING FROM ERRORS
>>
>> Just thought I should put it up.
>> Maybe the tutorial is out of date and doesn't work
>> with the new ECJ version?
>>
>
>
> Thanks, I'll check the tutorial.  The parameter has now changed to:
>
> pop.subpop.0.species.ind.tree.0.print-style=c
>
> There are two options you can try also:
>
> pop.subpop.0.species.ind.tree.0.c-operators=false
> pop.subpop.0.species.ind.tree.0.c-variables=false
>
> The tutorial should work just fine still; though it's true the current
> version has made a bunch of improvements.
>



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