Linux command line using csv file [sentiment analysis]

snake0snake0 Member Posts: 1 Contributor I
edited November 2018 in Help
Hello all,

I am trying to run a process built with the Sentiment Analysis wizard via command line and cannot find the way to do it.

The wizard built a bunch of subdirectories but I managed to organize them into the following:
    input.ioo, input,md, input.properties

I also ran this with the GUI and it works, so I know these are the only files required. What I actually want to do is use the process with a new csv file each time in a script, so I presume I get rid of the three input.* files.

I found the command line tool and for a start tried to just run it with the 3 input files that were already compiled:

scripts/rapidminer-batch.sh -f /var/www/rapidminer-studio/repositories/Analyze/process.rmp

However this process fails.

process.rmp contains the following at the top of the file:


So I should probably be getting rid of the 3 input files and the <input><location>input</location></input> part in process.rmp. The macros denote the format of my csv file originally used, so presumably as long as I use another csv file with the same format it should work.

Only problem is, I have no idea how to do this via the command line. Could anyone help?
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