Index of all namespaces
Utility 'tool belt' of functions for common tasks; trees; clustering; probability, stats, and information theory; et.al.
Various supplementary collection functions not included in the dstandard Clojure ecosystem. Mostly for seqs, but also for vectors, maps and sets.
BK-trees: Metric trees over discrete spaces. Parameterizable with various (not necessarily discrete) metrics and arbitrary values.
Various graph algorithms, techniques, functions. Generally applicable, but typically used for sequence similarity, clustering, and path metrics of various sorts.
Tree branch/node oriented wrapper for zippers.
Various supplementary I/O functions and macros. Some new, some recapitulations of previous extremely useful functionality that is no longer included in the standard Clojure ecosystem.
Various math functions that don't quite have enough totality to have their own home namespace just yet.
Various data clustering algorithms, techniques, functions. Generally applicable, but typically used for sequence clustering of various sorts.
Various supplementary math functions centering on combinatorics that are not supplied by clojure.math.combinatorics. Effectively an extension of that library.
Various Information Theory functions and measures rooted in Shannon Entropy measure and targetting a variety of sequence and string data.
Various frequency, combinatorial, probability, statistical, measure, and metrics for a variety of sequence and string data.
C cc-combins-freqn cc-combins-freqs-probs cc-freqn cc-freqs cc-freqs&probs cc-freqs-probs cc-tfreqn cc-tfreqs choose-k-freqn combin-count-reduction combins-freqn combins-freqs-probs cond-probability correlation covariance
Various data test and analysis performance scoring.
General utility functions and macros. Basically these resources are fairly general and intended to be usable on most any part of most any project
Various supplementary string functions not included in the standard Clojure ecosystem or some that are but which now have broken argument order in terms of threading. Most of this stuff really should be in clojure.string, but for unknown reasons isn't.