I’m curious about why use Dill rather that the sklearn’s joblib ? Is there a particular reason?

Hi Robin,
If Joblib or any other lib resolves your pickling needs, then it’s good to go as long as it doesn’t harm the performance (the pickling/unpickling speed).
However, I think that in some situations Dill tends to do a better job than Joblib. In fact, there is a current pull request to integrate Dill into Joblib in order to deal with some issues (#219 and #225) => https://github.com/joblib/joblib/pull/240

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