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  1. I'm going to grok matrix operations over the next few months, and I wanted to use AutoIt, because I'm sick of all ML examples I come across being in Python :) I'll post example scripts here, starting from the most basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication etc). This is primarily so that people checking out basic ML applications of AutoIt have some resources to work with. My own use cases are to do with natural language processing and vector embeddings, so I'll eventually throw in domain-specific examples. I'm going to use the excellent Eigen4AutoIt UDF by @RTFC - - it's a monster of a UDF, and I hope to scratch its surface, example by example...wish me luck NOTE: When using the Eigen4AutoIt library, remember to set the value of $EIGEN_DLLPATH - - read the Eigen4AutoIt QuickStart Manual (page 2) for details.
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