[Haskell-cafe] Probabilistic programming in Haskell with bali-phy

Sergiu Ivanov sivanov at colimite.fr
Sun Jun 18 17:59:38 UTC 2017

Hello Jacques,

Thus quoth  Jacques Carette  at 13:57 on Sun, Jun 18 2017:
> While we're mentioning Haskell-embedded languages for probabilistic
> programming, there is yet another, Hakaru.
> github: https://github.com/hakaru-dev/hakaru
> docs: https://hakaru-dev.github.io/
> hackage: https://hackage.haskell.org/package/hakaru-0.4.0

Thanks for the reference!

To my inexperienced eye, this offers somewhat similar functionality to
Benjamin's library (the original poster).

> It can be used either embedded or via an external syntax.  It can act as
> a sampler, but also do code generation (to Haskell, to C, more coming),
> simplification (via Maple if it is installed) and disintegration (aka
> conditioning).

Sounds pretty impressive, I'll keep the reference in mind.

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