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What is the common way to do metric learning using python? I'm already familiar with the metric-learn package, is there any other packages? It does not contain all of the algorithms I saw here. Perhaps I should use another language?

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  • $\begingroup$ Anyone? Is my question not good? $\endgroup$ – proton Jan 30 '17 at 20:11
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metric-learn is the most comprehensive package so far for Python. If it does not have the algorithm you need, you will need to search for a specific package with a Python implementation. Typically on Google/PyPi/Github.

If nothing is found, you may have to implement it yourself. If a C/C++ implementation is available you can make that accessible to Python using pybind11 or similar.

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