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24 Numeric packages and projects

  • lens-aeson

    9.1 4.1 Haskell
    Law-abiding lenses for aeson
  • hyperloglog

    8.8 4.1 Haskell
    An approximate streaming (constant space) unique object counter
  • log-domain

    8.5 5.0 Haskell
    Log-domain arithmetic
  • approximate

    8.4 5.4 Haskell
    Approximate discrete values and numbers
  • compensated

    8.2 4.7 Haskell
    Compensated floating-point arithmetic
  • sparse-linear-algebra

    8.2 8.4 Haskell
    Numerical computation in native Haskell
  • haskell-mpfr

    7.4 0.6 Haskell
    Correctly-rounded arbitrary-precision floating-point arithmetic
  • tdigest

    7.4 4.4 Haskell
    On-line accumulation of rank-based statistics
  • half

    6.6 2.9 Haskell
    Half-precision floating-point
  • limp

    5.8 0.0 Haskell
    representation of Integer Linear Programs
  • mighty-metropolis

    5.3 0.5 Haskell
    The Metropolis algorithm.
  • limp-cbc

    4.7 0.1 L1 C++
    bindings for integer linear programming solver Coin/CBC
  • microlens-aeson

    3.3 2.1 Haskell
    Law-abiding lenses for Aeson, using microlens.
  • roman-numerals

    3.3 0.0 Haskell
    Parsing and pretty printing of Roman numerals
  • numeric-qq

    3.3 0.0 Haskell
    Quasi-quoters for numbers of different bases
  • hasty-hamiltonian

    2.4 0.5 Haskell
    Speedy traversal through parameter space.
  • repr

    2.4 0.0 Haskell
    Render overloaded expressions to their textual representation.
  • numeric-ranges

    2.0 0.0 Haskell
    A framework for numeric ranges.
  • lbfgs

    1.4 0.0 L1 C
    L-BFGS optimization
  • nat-sized-numbers

    0.9 2.0 Haskell
    Variable-sized numbers from type-level nats.
  • hmatrix-nlopt

    0.4 1.1 Haskell
    Interface HMatrix with the NLOPT minimizer
  • nlopt-haskell

    0.4 0.8 Haskell
    Low-level bindings to the NLOPT optimization library
  • affine-invariant-ensemble-mcmc

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    General-purpose sampling
  • gutenberg-fibonaccis

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    The first 1001 Fibonacci numbers, retrieved from the Gutenberg Project.

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