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Blog Post:
Getting Started with Math.NET and F# Programming
dsyme
This is the first blog in a series to help F# programmers keep up-to-date with different ways of doing numerically-oriented programming with F#. The first posts in this series will focus on the open source Math.NET Numerics library. Math.NET Numerics is an opensource numerical library for F# and...
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6 Jul 2012
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Updated version of "TrueSkill Through Time" Bayesian Inference Code
dsyme
Back in 2007 Ralf Herbrich and co. wrote a research paper called " TrueSkill Through Time ". Their sample code was written with a pre-release of F# 1.0, and was not updated to F# in Visual Studio 2010. Here is an update of this code for F# in Visual Studio 2010, as requested by some people commenting...
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19 Apr 2012
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Microsoft Releases Local, Distributed and Cloud Numerics Library, with F# Samples
dsyme
At last, Microsoft have released its long awaited Cloud Numerics library!!! A huge congratulations to the Cloud Numerics team (follow their blog!), and I encourage everyone in the F# community to be looking at the use of these wonderful technologies together. The recently announced library is a great...
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21 Jan 2012
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FSharp.Charting - Wrapping the System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting Charting Types (was FSharpChart)
dsyme
[ Edit: The latest version of FSharp.Charting can be found here ] I'm just back from giving an F# talk at Microsoft TechDays in Sweden, which was a very enjoyable trip. One of the things I show in my talks these days is the use of the .NET 4.0 charting controls with F# to display some data from...
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1 Apr 2011
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Logistic Regression in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation
dsyme
Following on from my last post on Support Vector Machines in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation , I'd also like to point to Yin Zhu's post on Logistic Regression in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation . Enjoy! Don Logistic Regression in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation Logistic regression...
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27 Feb 2011
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Support vector machines (SVMs) in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation
dsyme
One of the F# blogs I follow all the time is F# for Data Mining by Yin Zhu in Hong Kong. Yin's latest post really caught my eye: An Introduction to Support Vector Machines in F# using Microsoft Solver Foundation . SVMs are a statistical machine learning technique used for all sorts of purposes, from...
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27 Feb 2011
Blog Post:
F# Math: Extreme Optimization 4.0 - 50 Quick Start samples in F#
dsyme
The guys at Extreme Optimization have released version 4.0 of their .NET math library . This time the library comes with 50 QuickStart samples for F#, including polynomials in F# , numerical integration in F# , optimization in F# , Fourier Transforms in F# , continuous distributions in F# and discrete...
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1 Dec 2010
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