[Openmcl-devel] LISP & Statistics

Liam Healy lnp at healy.washington.dc.us
Mon Jun 8 01:28:37 UTC 2009


GSLL is an interface to GSL, the GNU scientific library, which includes
statistics functions.
http://common-lisp.net/project/gsll/

There are other Lisp statistics projects around including a Lisp interface to R.

Liam

On Sun, Jun 7, 2009 at 7:56 PM, Steve Núñez<steve.nunez at illation.com.sg> wrote:
> Gentlemen,
>
> I hope you’ll forgive a question that’s only tangentially related to
> OpenMCL...
>
> I’ve got a project coming up that involves predictive modelling and PMML.
> This is an area I have been involved with in the past, but am quite rusty.
> It seems that the ‘state of the art’ is ‘R’. It’s an active, up to date
> project, with many contributions. In the Lisp side, there’s ‘lisp-stat’,
> which seems dead.
>
> I don’t mind learning ‘R’, but it’s YAL (Yet Another Language — when are we
> (the industry) going to stop wasting time with this?), but would prefer not
> to add the learning curve time required to the project.
>
> Are there any viable alternatives for doing statistics in Lisp?
>
> Regards,
>     - Steve
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