a set of tools to run Python scripts as jobs.
A set of tools to run Python scripts as jobs; namely: persistence and lazy re-evaluation (between make and the memorize pattern), logging, and tools for reusing scripts. Joblib provides a set of tools to run Python scripts as jobs; namely:
- 1. persistence and lazy re-evaluation (between make and the memorize pattern),
- 2. logging,
- 3. tools for reusing scripts.
- The original focus was on scientific-computing scripts, but any long-running succession of operations can profit from the tools provided by joblib.
released on 18 October 2016
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