[Haskell-cafe] Mathematics and Statistics libraries

Daniel Peebles pumpkingod at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 20:24:17 CET 2012

I'd like to see more statistics work, definitely. Bryan's statistics
library is excellent, but Ed Kmett has been talking about some very
interesting approaches to sampling from complicated distributions, which
I'd like to see implemented eventually in a library.

On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 1:24 PM, Ben Jones <ben.jamin.pwn3d at gmail.com>wrote:

> I am a student currently interested in participating in Google Summer of
> Code. I have a strong interest in Haskell, and a semester's worth of coding
> experience in the language. I am a mathematics and cs double major with
> only a semester left and I am looking for information regarding what the
> community is lacking as far as mathematics and statistics libraries are
> concerned. If there is enough interest I would like to put together a
> project with this. I understand that such libraries are probably low
> priority, but if anyone has anything I would love to hear it.
> Thanks for reading,
>       -Benjamin
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