This is the Windows app named Habfuzz whose latest release can be downloaded as HABFUZZ2.8.2.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Input 1 - A training dataset (multiple observations) of up to four variables (predictors) against one (response variable)
Input 2 - A test dataset (multiple observations) of the same four variables with unknown response variable
Output - Prediction of the response variable for each test observation using fuzzy logic or fuzzy rule-based Bayesian algorithms
HABFUZZ has been designed as a habitat model for use in hydrodynamic-habitat modelling applications for the prediction of the aquatic habitat suitability in various discharge scenarios in a simulated river reach. It comes with no graphical user interface but it's a one-click tool. Just provide your input and let HABFUZZ provide you the output.
The HABFUZZ manual
HABFUZZ in the Journal of Open Source Software
- Cite as 'Theodoropoulos C., Stamou A., Skoulikidis N., 2016. HABFUZZ | A tool to calculate the instream hydraulic habitat suitability using fuzzy logic and fuzzy Bayesian inference. Journal of Open Source Software 1(6), 82. doi:10.21105/joss.00082'
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