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F# for Scientists. Jon Harrop

F# for Scientists


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F# for Scientists Jon Harrop
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience




Nov 28, 2013 - Jon Harrop, Don Syme, F# for Scientists English | 2008 | ISBN: 0470242116 | 368 pages | PDF | 13 MB Jon Harrop, Don Syme, F# for Scientists English | 2008 | ISBN: 0470242116 | 368. Although is a functional language, it supports object programming, too. Jan 20, 2010 - Nuclear Winter: Now Easier to Trigger than Ever (In Short: We'd be F#%^ed). After years of development, now it's mature. Jan 19, 2014 - As I noted in a recent post on reproducing data projects, notebooks have become popular tools for maintaining, sharing, and replicating long data science workflows. Much of that is With an interactive widget architecture that's 100% language-agnostic, these days IPython is used by many other programming language communities2, including Julia, Haskell, F#, Ruby, Go, and Scala. Importance of those paradigms) such as parallel processing (which used to be almost exclusively FORTRAN with extensions and is now often functional programming languages like F#). Oct 9, 2008 - F# was born in Microsoft Research, and its main creator is Don Syme. Jan 22, 2013 - According to an official statement from Microsoft, "Try F# is geared to areas of focus such as data science, statistics, advanced computing, visualization, and machine learning. Jul 22, 2011 - I remembered Luca Bolognese's presentation of F# a few years back (certainly one of the best presentations I've ever seen) and I thought it was a good time to give it a try. Feb 20, 2009 - But the engineering and science types need a little love too, which with imperative programming such as C#, Java is not really able to supply. Aug 7, 2012 - Jon Harrop wrote a nice book, "F# for Scientists." In Chapter 8 of the book, he explained how to time the execution of a function in F#.

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