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Chess Analysis, Linux and Python

Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 6:21 pm
by Schmoe
Hi,
I have recently made the switch to Linux(Ubuntu 19.04). As most of my old programs don't work like they did and I have lost workable Python code to analyze my chess games, would anyone have any recommendation of some programs for analysis?

Trying to find something in the meantime while I work on figuring out how to make an analysis program from scratch through Python.

Re: Chess Analysis, Linux and Python

Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 6:43 pm
by Scally
Hi,

You could try Python-Chess-Annotator found at https://github.com/rpdelaney/python-chess-annotator

You can use any Engine with this ...

Al.

Re: Chess Analysis, Linux and Python

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:06 am
by adams161
There is always XBoard on linux. Also my lantern chess at lanternchess.com is a chessclub interface but the analysis and pgn loading abilities are available on the free guest connection and the opening book. Its java and we have a few linux users some who compile from source code.

Re: Chess Analysis, Linux and Python

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 12:39 pm
by royb
I use SCID (http://scid.sourceforge.net/) to work with PGN game collections and analyze the games using Stockfish. It's not clear to me how you make use of Python to help analyze your games, so I cannot comment much other than to say that Python runs on Linux as it does on many platforms so in theory you should be able to run Python scripts you have against PGN files on Linux.

Apologies if I've misinterpreted your post and my response here proves unhelpful.