You can run your GMDH Shell project in the background mode using the command line. In this mode GMDH Shell works like a command line tool without any interaction with the user.
The easiest way to run GMDH Shell in the background mode is to use the key
"GMDH Shell.exe" c:\Path\FileName.gsp /auto
| || Runs specified project without user interaction. Example:
| || Saves simulation results. Example:
| || Semi-automatic mode. Same as
| || Applies models already saved in the project file. Example:
.gspproject file. Though the file is binary, for your convenience all plug-ins’ settings are kept there in human-readable XML. Find an appropriate section, e.g.
<Storage file="BasePlugin" feature="1" description="Time series modeling">. Important: Despite XML section, .gsp file is binary, do not edit the file!
The plug-in may have some extra options not stored in the
.gsp, but listed in the documentation.
| ||Prevents the export plug-in from exporting simulation results.|
| || Exports models as Excel formula. Works for XLS/XLSX only, and some Shell's features do not convert to formulas. Example:
| || Saves result to FPath. Example:
| || import file from path FPath. Example:
| || Number of backtests to simulate =
| || Skip observations =
| || Forecast horizons =
| || Number of unknown values =
| || Unit of
| ||Number of parallel threads|
Data Science and Load forecasting editions of GMDH Shell are supplied with an export module that outputs predictions in the command line mode. C++ source codes of the module - a CodeBlocks project is available in the installation directory “..\Plugins\ExportForecast-source.zip”.
The module automatically performs export of predictions when GMDH Shell is launched using the command line. Predictions are saved to simulation_result.txt in the project directory.