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I am looking for converting the excel file into FLL, FIS, or FCL files, which are the formats allowed for fuzzylite.
The script you suggested me for the FDL exporter is a R script? Is there something like this for R, in order to export excel files into something that is readable for Fuzzylite?
You could export the Excel file to comma-separated values and create a simple reader to read and pass values to fuzzylite. There are a few examples in fuzzylite (check: FldExporter in https://github.com/fuzzylite/fuzzylite/blob/release/fuzzylite/src/imex/FldExporter.cpp).
yes i try to make an example.
I have this excel dataset with 29.000 different observations on three different variables each: X1,X2 and X3. These variables describe a particular aspect of each observation. I would like to aggregate the single values of X1,X2 and X3 by using fuzzy lite. They are normally aggregated by using a simple mean of scores, but a think that fuzzy logic would be more useful to describe the problem.
So, in order to estimate my Y I would like to introduce three linguistic variables on each X(1,2,3) and aggregate them by using the centroid function.
X1–>insufficient, acceptable, good
X2–>insufficient, acceptable, good
X3–>insufficient, acceptable, good
The problem is that I don’t know how to let Fuzzylite to read the entire excel database with the 29.000 observations. I know that FuzzyTech allows doing it, but it is a very expensive software.
Have I to implement a package or a script into Fuzzylite in order to read the excel file? I see that the supported files are: .fll .fis .fcl, but not excel.
Fuzzy lite says: The file does not appear to be in a valid FLL format for a FllImporter
Thank you so much for your support
thanks to your string text suggestions I found the licence.
Now QtfuzzyLite is working.
Thank you so much.
Good morning Juan,
I am so sorry but one more time I had by pc down, therefore I had to re-install the whole operative system.
It is possible to have the Licence codes of the Fuzzy- Lite once again?
I bought the student licence the 5th of december 2017
Thank you so much
thank you for your promt response.
Thanks for the link! Now I can run the 64 bit programme.
I am glad to tell you that I have even sorted out the problem, which were the input variables that sucked the output.
Thank you one more time.
I still have some problems with Qt Fuzzy Lite.
I have a fuzzy lite file that has 729 inference rules however when I insert the input variables (I have 6 different input variables) the output variables is stucked and it has the value “nan”. I can not solve the problem. I checked and it seems all correct and enabled.
I have the 32 bit version. Can be this the problem? Maybe I have too many inference rules and it is hard for the programme to work?
One more thing, I tryed to download the 64 bit version, but I can not even open the programme. The laptop says: The programme can not be run, because the MSVCP140.dll has not been found, and, VCRUNTIME140.ddl has not been found.
I think I have sorted it out.
Last time I downloaded the QtFuzzy lite win 64 and it worked. But I don’t know why, now I can not run the 64 bit.
Therefore, I downloaded the 32 bit and it works.
thank you so much for your help.
I tried to download the program twice, but when I open the QtFuzzy Lite 6 in order to insert the licence codes, the program says:
” System Error. The run of the program can no go ahead because the MSVCP140.dll has not been found. Try to re-install the program to solve the problem”.
What does it mean?