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    I have just purchased a licence for QtFuzzyLite and I am playing around trying familiarise myself with it. My background with fuzzy logic is with Matlab fuzzy toolbox at a very basic level. This product appears to be a lot more sophisticated than the Matlab offering. I am having a bit of trouble trying to figure what some things do and how the gui UI works. At this stage I have only had a very quick glance at the code.

    I have been looking for documentation but so far I have only found a couple of pdf articles in your download section and 3 videos. The main tutorial video seems out of date and describes a much earlier version of the software. The pdf documents appear to be very general and don’t really describe how to use the software product.

    The documentation seems to me to be extremely sparse. This, at least for me, will make it difficult to take advantage of this product’s capabilities.

    Is there any other documentation available?

    In your tutorial you criticise the Matlab product but they do provide good quality documentation which to my mind is very important for anyone who wants to get the maximum utility from a software product.


    Dear Tim,

    Thank you for your kind words, support by purchasing a license of QtFuzzyLite, and great feedback.

    I am sorry I do not have any further documentation to offer you on QtFuzzyLite and the usage of the user interface. Perhaps the best option would be for me to make a video introducing the new version. I will add this to my list of pending tasks.

    In the meantime, you are more than welcome to request help in our forums, where I and others will be happy to help. Also, maybe you would find useful the source code documentation available at http://www.fuzzylite.com/documentation, which could help you relate the concepts to user interface and the options that you have available there. There is more documentation on the libraries coming up, but it is under review at a journal right now. Maybe in one or two months it will be available.

    Thanks again for your post and for your support.



    Thanks Juan,
    Any new video’s featuring the current version of qyFuzzyLite would be most welcome.

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