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Does anyone know of an open-source alternative to Chaos Hunter?

Mainly one that could use the full power of a grid-cluster.

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Unfortunately, most open source projects that have capabilities comparable to commercial market predication software quickly become closed source. I do remember though seeing a tutorial on using Neuroph for this sort of thing. You can find it here. The page includes download links for everything you'll need.

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