Common Lisp Statistics

Group for recording activity, thoughts, etc, for Common Lisp Statistics (CLS, Common Lisp-Stat, Common LispStat, etc) which is intended to be:

  1. an interactive and batch-based dynamic data analysis environment, based on Common Lisp.
  2. examples of how to do statistical and non-statistical data analysis with Common Lisp
  3. a forum for package development for various aspects regarding statistical data analysis with Lisp

Appropriate topics include questions and comments regarding (statistical) data analysis using Common Lisp, and related development topics (metadata, numerical analysis, computation, visualization) to drive Common Lisp package development.


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First Post, guidelines, information, 0.0 A.J. Rossini 10/7/12
common-lisp-statistics package usage Harvey Stein 4/12/15
xlispstat compatibility Harvey Stein 4/7/15
Element-wise Math in CL, part 2 steven.nunez 1/18/15
Element-wise Operations on CL Sequences steven.nunez 12/27/14
ESS & XLispStat? steven.nunez 9/17/14
Plyr & Spark Anyone? steven.nunez 9/15/14
dataframes and types A.J. Rossini 5/28/14
mv-table wishware Mirko Vukovic 5/27/14
Data frame following up a post on CLL Marco Antoniotti 4/9/14
proposal: package to standardize something like R's [] Tamas Papp 4/5/14
computer died and is rebuilt A.J. Rossini 3/27/14
recent activity A.J. Rossini 2/26/14
Unit testing programs: currently LIFT, FIVEAM is somewhere, what about CLUNIT (from tgutu) A.J. Rossini 2/24/14
Common lisp stat and 2014 David Hodge 2/12/14
LO(W)ESS Tamas Papp 12/16/13
Status, response to queries from Steve / David, and moving ahead A.J. Rossini 11/24/13
Current Status: examples 00, 02, and 04 working, 04 and 10 being worked on A.J. Rossini 10/21/13
Fixed an error thanks to Zach Beane, and committed more dataframe cleanup. A.J. Rossini 10/19/13
On a related note, RCL (from quicklisp) looks rather advanced A.J. Rossini 10/17/13
handling dates Tamas Papp 10/2/13
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