## Typescript Math Toolkit Function Parser

Back in the day, I wrote a C++ function parser for functions expressed in a calculator-style syntax (infix notation). For example, a function of two independent variables s and t could be described as 2*s +…

Back in the day, I wrote a C++ function parser for functions expressed in a calculator-style syntax (infix notation). For example, a function of two independent variables s and t could be described as 2*s +…

Angular 2 provides a wide variety of pipes – these were called filters in Angular 1.x – for custom display of data. Of course, if you have been in this business long enough, eventually an application…

When you think of importing tabular data containing categorical and numerical data followed by analysis of that data, Excel is the most likely software that comes to mind. With the Typescript Math Toolkit, many popular types of…

Just when you thought it was safe to come back to my blog, the infamous Quaternion Calculator is back for its third incarnation. The calculator was originally implemented in Polymer as an experiment with web components…

I have some good news regarding what will be the biggest open-source project I’ve ever attempted. I just finished a lucrative, short-term gig, so I have some spare time before I need to get back in…

I’m going to try to provide weekly (or at least bi-monthly) updates for the Typescript Math Toolkit (TSMT) project. I’m insanely busy right now and don’t expect things to clear up much at least until…

When I first started the Javascript Math Toolkit, I had visions of an open-source project. Then, my mind immediately flashed back to the CompGeoJS project and the massive support issues it generated, which was largely students…

I’ve started the process of adding Bayesian analysis into the Javascript Math Toolkit. As you might expect, the first addition to the Bayesian family is the naive algorithm, which is driven by a frequency table. FrequencyTable…

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