Hi list,
good news.
I was waiting this release for integrating new stuff in my project (OpenElectrophy), in which I need your package for spikesorting.

Congratulation for this workfor all dev.

Samuel Garcia

On 11/10/2010 12:23, Fabian Pedregosa wrote:
Dear scikits.learn users:

After more than 3 months and 900 commits, I'm pleased to announce the availability of scikits.learn 0.5. This release marks the inclusion of several new modules (support for sparse matrices, multiprocessing, Hidden Markov Modules, FastICA, etc.) as well as improved documentation and performance. A complete changelog can be found here:


As usual, sources and precompiled windows binaries for python 2.5 - 2.7 can be downloaded from sourceforge:


, installed via easy_install:

   easy_install -U scikits.learn

or pip:

    pip install scikits.learn

A special thanks goes to all the people that have made this release possible. The full list of committers can be found here:


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