This is the demo account that you can use to try out some projects we have pre-created.
By clicking the buttons below you can try out machine learning examples, forms, simulations in time or bare rule sets.
You can't save your changes, but you can edit anything you like.
When you are ready to have your own free account just register and we'll set you up with your own sub-domain and unlimited free usages.
Any projects you create in a free account must be open-source, and we will permit free access to them from anywhere on the Internet. If you later decide you would like to keep your projects secret you can set up a private account and pay for your usages monthly in arrears
Have fun, and press the help button for any questions, bugs, problems or suggested improvements.
There are four project types. Each of them uses the Darl language in a different way.
Rule projects contain a ruleset file and test data. They can be used for developing and testing rulesets and for use in real world inference situations where most or all the data is known.
Forms use the same rule sets, but add formatting and text data so that a conversation can be created with a user to elicit the required information and the resulting inference in a sequential fashion. Used with bots.
Supervised projects create rule sets directly from data and insert the derived rules into a ruleset skeleton.
Simulation projects extend Darl to time-based processing, permitting the simulation of complex systems using fuzzy rules and delays.