Announcing Deedle

November 13, 2013 at 4:45 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments
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Yesterday we announced Deedle, our new Open Source library for exploratory data analysis in C# and F#.  Deedle (almost) stands for “Dotnet Exploratory Data Library”.  This is a library for .NET with similar capabilities to the widely respected Pandas library for Python.

Deedle was developed by Tomas Petricek, with assistance from Adam Klein and myself.

We are finding Deedle to be extremely powerful for research.  We hope others will find it similarly useful and make improvements to make it an even better package.

Deedle has great documentation and examples so we hope you will get up to speed quickly!  A video of our talk at the NYC F# meetup is available, as is the sample source code.

Howard Mansell
Tomas Petricek

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