We can distinguish 3 parts in the graphic environment:
- Preparation of the Data Bases
- Design of Experiments/Execution of Algorithms
- Generation of Evolutionary Algorithms with JCLEC library
The Preparation of the Data Bases part makes reference to the previously described tools. It allow the user to create different partitions of his own data bases or the data bases available in the KEEL WEB (KEEL-dataset, described later in this document).
The Design of Experiments part has the objective of design the desired experiments using a graphical interface. After the experiment is designed, the interface generates a directory structure with all the necessary files needed to run the designed experiments in the local computer selected by the user.
The interface allows the user to add his own algorithms to the experimentation being designed. The only requirement is to accept the input file format of KEEL. Even, it is not needed to use the Java language for the own algorithms of the user. He only was to put the executable file in the correct directory of the directories structure generated by the interface. This provides a very flexible way for the user to compare his own methods with the ones in KEEL 1.0.
The Generation of Evolutionary Algorithms with the JCLEC library allows the user to create his own evolutionary algorithms using a graphical interface. The interface uses a language of boxes and a library of implemented methods/routines with the JCLEC library.