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Getting Started / Re: creating a text pattern recognition tool
« Last post by Malkom on October 19, 2018, 06:43:25 PM »
Hi Malkom, can you give me an example of a processor that wouldn't have any issues with HN? How modern are we talking here?

Hi Mastersen,

Welcome to our forums.

Sorry, but its not possible to specify such a processor because it depends upon the HyperNext script(program) and how fast you need it to run.

For instance, if you need HN to produce a result in 1 second but it only takes 1mS on your target computer then surely that is fast enough. It doesn't really matter if a compiled language like C++ might take just take 0.01 mS, that is 100 times faster.

Its actually quite a complex to predict the performance before hand but with today's processors HN will be fast enough for many apps that require a graphical user interface.

HN and its runtime engine is compiled but it executes a script by interpreting one line at a time. If the line has a simple command like Increment x then it will be closer to the speed of compiled code than a multi-operand IF THEN statement.

HN is meant as a general purpose programming environment where the user can quickly develop a short program to solve some problem. I often use HN to generate some stats and graph them. With HN there is no need to specify things like variable types, graphics libraries etc.  However, for most things I use compiled languages like Free Pascal because they have the special functionality i need, are very fast and are widely used.

By the way, there are many programming languages that are interpreted, for instance Python is in its standard implementation.

Many years ago I did some benchmarks with HN on FOR loops and computation etc over millions of iterations, I compared it with Realbasic and Delphi. Delphi was several times faster than Realbasic, and Realbasic was several times faster than HN.

I hope this makes sense.

Malkom
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Getting Started / Re: creating a text pattern recognition tool
« Last post by Mastersen on October 19, 2018, 01:33:09 PM »
Hi Malkom, can you give me an example of a processor that wouldn't have any issues with HN? How modern are we talking here?
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Windows / Re: The program won't start
« Last post by Devon on September 22, 2018, 08:41:29 AM »
At all. I double click and nothing happens. I uninstalled and reinstalled and still nothing. I am running xp.
what service pack you are using and is your mouse working good if not check your mouse and also setting in your window
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Getting Started / Re: Registering v 4.01
« Last post by Malkom on August 27, 2018, 06:30:40 AM »
please registered code for v4.01
Hi AKCHAEL,

v4.x doesn't need any register code as the registration validation was completely removed.

They are full versions and can build standalone apps etc.

Malkom
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Getting Started / Re: Registering v 4.01
« Last post by AKCHAEL on August 27, 2018, 12:19:25 AM »
please registered code for v4.01
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General / Re: Dependence on HN player?
« Last post by Malkom on August 22, 2018, 08:34:57 AM »
Is one always dependent on the HyperNext Player or is there a way to hive off standalone applications from HyperNext?
No, because HN Creator can build standalone apps for Windows and Mac OS X.
V3.85 can also build standalone apps for Mac OS 9.

Unfortunately with Apple's recent changes to the OS X file system, HN and its built apps won't run on OS X High Sierra. 

There are build options on the HN Creator's menu bar.
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General / Re: Dependence on HN player?
« Last post by Arsenox on August 22, 2018, 07:24:35 AM »
It is not a bad idea that we will help each other in finding more information.
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News / HyperNext Studio website moved to new server
« Last post by Malkom on June 24, 2018, 06:13:45 AM »
HyperNext Studio website moved to new server
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Business / Re: Can I use Hypernext for medical software?
« Last post by Malkom on May 31, 2018, 09:10:39 AM »
Hello,

I coded an algorithm in Python that uses deep learning to improve heart disease diagnosis by outputting a severity score from 0-4 given 13 features of patient medical information.

I want to use Hypernext to create a graphical user interface that allows a doctor to enter 13 attributes of patient medical information, click a button that runs this algorithm I have coded, and then receive the output of heart disease severity score. The algorithm will already be trained.

Is this possible to do with Hypernext?

I would need to link the user interface software to some way of running the Python code, ideally with the doctor/user just clicking a button that says 'run algorithm.'

Thank you.

I've placed this link to your other post:-

http://www.tigabyte.com/smf/index.php?topic=2824.0
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Getting Started with Developer / Re: Can I use Hypernext for medical software?
« Last post by Malkom on May 31, 2018, 09:08:26 AM »
Hello,

I coded an algorithm in Python that uses deep learning to improve heart disease diagnosis by outputting a severity score from 0-4 given 13 features of patient medical information.

I want to use Hypernext to create a graphical user interface that allows a doctor to enter 13 attributes of patient medical information, click a button that runs this algorithm I have coded, and then receive the output of heart disease severity score. The algorithm will already be trained.

Is this possible to do with Hypernext?

I would need to link the user interface software to some way of running the Python code, ideally with the doctor/user just clicking a button that says 'run algorithm.'

Thank you.
Hello,

I can't see how to do this in a user friendly way so that they could just press one button.
HyperNext doesn't have an easy way to communicate with others apps, so some networking or file sharing would be needed.

Perhaps you could add a GUI to your Python code and compile it all into one application.

HyperNext does have some neural network learning capabilities with its Back Propagation plugin.
It even has a demo project called Analyser that can be trained to recognise patterns in various data sets, include an example heart rate data  set.

Best of luck.

Malkom
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