This page contains links towards the MOA documentation of version 2014-11 which is used in RMOA version 1.1.
If you are using RMOA to construct streaming models, it is useful to look at the documentation of the different models to correctly set model options in order to tune model behaviour. For this, have a look at the MOA documentation and search for the right object to see which model options settings are available (MOA java documentation) for the model you are fitting.
Next to the java documentation, MOA also provides pdf files with manuals and tutorials. These can be found at the following links.
This page contains links towards the MOA documentation of version 2014-04 which is used in RMOA version 1.0.
Similarly java documentation exists for MOA version 2014-04: MOA java documentation.
Next to the java documentation, MOA version 2014-04 also provides pdf files with manuals and tutorials. These can be found at the following links.
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