Installation for Windows users¶
The distribution will contain pre-build binaries, command-line interface and BigARTM API for Python. The distribution also contains a simple dataset. More datasets in BigARTM-compatible format are available in the Downloads section.
You may also try BigARTM from pre-built docker container, as described in Installation as Docker container.
Use BigARTM from command line¶
Download the latest package from https://github.com/bigartm/bigartm/releases.
Unpack it to
Open command line or power shell and change working directory to
Now you may use BigARTM command line utility
Go to BigARTM Command Line Utility for examples and further directions.
Configure BigARTM Python API¶
Install Python, for example from Anaconda distribution (https://www.continuum.io/downloads). You are free to choose
Python 3, both are supported with BigARTM. You have to choose 64 bit Python installation.
Install Python packages that BigARTM depend on.
numpy >= 1.9.2(skip this if you install via Anaconda)
pandas >= 0.16.2(skip this if you install via Anaconda)
protobuf >= 3.0.0(not included in Anaconda; install by running
pip install protobuf==3.0.0)
tqdm(not included in Anaconda; install by running
pip install tqdm)
C:\BigARTM\binfolder to your
PATHsystem variable, and add
set PATH=%PATH%;C:\BigARTM\bin set PYTHONPATH=%PYTHONPATH%;C:\BigARTM\Python
Remember to change
C:\BigARTMif you unpack to another location.
If you are getting errors when configuring or using Python API,
please refer to Troubleshooting chapter in Installation for Linux and Mac OS-X users.
The list of issues is common between Windows and Linux.
Normally you should install protobuf for python with
An alternative way is to install it from the package that comes with BigARTM.
This is described here.