[Haskell-cafe] GSoC proposal: Data Visualization

Ernesto Rodriguez neto at netowork.me
Fri Apr 12 23:10:20 CEST 2013

Dear Haskell Community,

During the last months I used Haskell for machine learning, particularly in
the field of Echo State Neural Networks. The main drawback I encountered is
that its difficult to visualize and plot data in Haskell in spite the fact
there are a couple of plotting libraries. Data visualization is very
important in the field of machine learning research (not so much in machine
learning implementation) since humans are very efficient to analyze
graphical input to figure out what is going on in order to determine
possible adjustments. I was wondering if other members of the community
have experienced this drawback and would be interested in improved data
visualization for Haskell, especially if there is interest to use Haskell
for machine learning research. I collected my ideas in the following page:
 https://github.com/netogallo/Visualizer . Please provide me with feedback
because if the proposal is interesting for the community I would start
working with it, even if it doesn't make it to this GSoC, but a project
like this will need a lot of collaboration for it to be successful.

Thank you very much,

Best Regards,


Ernesto Rodriguez

Bachelor of Computer Science - Class of 2013
Jacobs University Bremen
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