I would like to implement a few things in scRUBYt! for which I would need some machine learning tools (like Java's weka or similar). Any chance there is something like this (I need stuff like classificators,
(bayesian and other statistical mainly), markov models, nearest neighbour algorithms etc).

I would also need some libraries working with automata and/or grammars (implementation of pushodwn/finite state automaton would come handy).

Does something at least remotely similar exist so that I don't reinvent the wheel?

I would like to implement a few things in scRUBYt! for which I would
need some machine learning tools (like Java's weka or similar). Any
chance there is something like this (I need stuff like classificators,
(bayesian and other statistical mainly), markov models, nearest
neighbour algorithms etc).

I would also need some libraries working with automata and/or grammars
(implementation of pushodwn/finite state automaton would come handy).

Does something at least remotely similar exist so that I don't reinvent
the wheel?

Thanks,
Peter
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