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Re: Python
Reply #5 - 03/16/19 at 09:38:23
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trw wrote on 02/14/19 at 00:08:23:
Anyone know if there are some ways to incorporate python into using aquarium/chessbase/ other utilities?


Aquarium allows to use Delphi scripts, which is probably enough for most purposes. You could also export your Aquarium Analysis (even IDEA trees) and process the respective file(s) with Python. However, the Aquarium documentation seems to be somewhat outdated with regard to scripting and file export.
  
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Re: Python
Reply #4 - 03/15/19 at 16:13:34
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Niklas Feikas' Python Chess package is really the be-all end-all for chess and python. Have fun. Cheesy
  
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Reply #3 - 03/11/19 at 10:44:20
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Take a look at the examples and docs of the python-chess library. (Forum won't allow me to post links)
  
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Reply #2 - 03/10/19 at 19:20:18
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Qwerp wrote on 03/09/19 at 12:21:03:
Not sure what you're asking exactly, but you can export data to PGN and then operate on the PGN in Python. I have a bunch of repertoire tooling written this way which points out "holes" in published repertoires.


Interesting, could you give an example of what you mean? I'd love to see some code if you don't mind. I am just looking for ways to grow my python coding abilities with chess. And apply it to openings sounds very practical.
  
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Not sure what you're asking exactly, but you can export data to PGN and then operate on the PGN in Python. I have a bunch of repertoire tooling written this way which points out "holes" in published repertoires.
  
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02/14/19 at 00:08:23
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Anyone know if there are some ways to incorporate python into using aquarium/chessbase/ other utilities?
  
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