[spambayes-bugs] [ spambayes-Feature Requests-821011 ] Show db content

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Feature Requests item #821011, was opened at 2003-10-10 19:39
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Category: Outlook
Group: None
Status: Open
Priority: 5
Submitted By: Markus Renschler (mare)
>Assigned to: Tony Meyer (anadelonbrin)
Summary: Show db content

Initial Comment:
It would be great to get access a list of all the
tokens stored in the db and their spam probability number.

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>Comment By: Tony Meyer (anadelonbrin)
Date: 2005-01-21 17:07

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I don't think that it's really feasible to add displaying
the entire database within Outlook - it's just too big to
fit anywhere conveniently.

However, we could add a "export database to CVS" command to
the SpamBayes menu both in Outlook and the pop3proxy tray app.

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Comment By: Tony Meyer (anadelonbrin)
Date: 2003-10-14 10:38

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I realise you're asking for a GUI tool to do this, but in case 
you don't know about it, there is a script in the source 
releases (1.0a6, for example) that will do this for you (almost).

You want the db_expimp.py script.  Simply feed it the 
location of your database and export to a flat text file.  You 
can then open this file in Excel, or whatever, and see the 
various tokens.

Note that this *doesn't* give you the probability because the 
database doesn't store the probability - it stores the counts 
for the number of ham and spam messages that the token has 
been seen in.  You will get this exported.  If you want to 
convert this to a probability, then you can simply plug those 
numbers in to the formula that calculates the probability (it's 
in classifier.py in the source release).  Excel can do this for 
you, too :)

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