In the Windows CLI I believe you need to use this form of reference: -t
data/KDD98T~1.arf I don't know how it should be referenced in a Unix. In
my WKE of WEKA 3.2.3 in W2K the same file with the actual name "KDD98 Train
A 2902.arff" reads fine. Just for grins try opening and saving one of the
samples under a new name. Open your arff in an ASCII editor like notepad
and compare its contents to one of the sample arffs and to the one you
modified. Maybe there's a clue or two there.
I know it's not all your answers, but maybe it'll help.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Vijeesh
Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2003 1:54 AM
Subject: [Wekalist] Regarding - Starting problem !!!!
I am pretty new WEKA and have just installed the WEKA 3-2 now.I have created
a arff file and have placed the file in the data directory in the Weka main
directory. When I go the 'Simple CLI'screen and type 'java
weka.classifiers.j48.J48 -t credit.arff' in the command prompt I get the
error 'Weka exception: Can't open file credit.arff (The system cannot find
the file specified).' The name of the arff that I have created is obviously
On trying to open the arff file from 'WEKA Knowledge Explorer' I get the
Status as 'Problem reading credit.arff as arff file'. I believe therefore
that I have goofed up somewhere in the creation of the arff file. Or is
there some other problem here?
I am thankful to any help to my problem.
Vijeesh T Papulli
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