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README.md

❗️ ndslice was reworked and moved to Mir-Algorithm.

The last Mir version with old ndslice is v0.22.1.

❗️ Mir GLAS was moved to https://github.com/libmir/mir-glas.

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Mir

Generic Numerical Library for Science and Machine Learning.

Separated Mir Projects
  • Mir Algorithm - Multidimensional arrays (ndslice), iterators, algorithms.
  • Mir Random - Professional Random Number Generators
  • Mir GLAS - Linear Algebra Library (Experimental, not supported for now)
  • Mir BLAS - Bindings to libraries with CBLAS API like OpenBLAS and Intel MKL.
  • Mir LAPACK - Bindings to libraries with LAPACK API like OpenBLAS and Intel MKL.
  • Mir Optim - Nonlinear Solvers.
  • Mir CPUID - CPU Identification routines (less buggy then Phobos).

Documentation

Documentation API can be found here.

Contents

  • mir.glas - Generic Linear Algebra Subroutines
  • mir.sparse Sparse Tensors
  • Sparse - DOK format
  • Different ranges for COO format
  • CompressedTensor - CSR/CSC formats
  • mir.sparse.blas - Sparse BLAS for CompressedTensor
  • mir.model.lda.hoffman - Online variational Bayes for latent Dirichlet allocation (Online VB LDA) for sparse documents. LDA is used for topic modeling.
  • mir.combinatorics Combinations, combinations with repeats, cartesian power, permutations.

Compatibility

Linux Mac OS X Windows
64-bit Build Status Build Status Build status
32-bit Build Status N/A N/A

Example

/+dub.sdl:
dependency "mir" version="~>3.1.0"
+/
import std.stdio;
import mir.combinatorics;
void main(string[] args)
{
    writeln([1, 2].combinations);
}

Fast setup with the dub package manager

Latest version

Dub is the D's package manager. You can create a new project with:

dub init <project-name>

Now you need to edit the dub.json add mir as dependency.

{
	...
	"dependencies": {
		"mir": "~><current-version>"
	},
	"dflags-ldc": ["-mcpu=native"]
}

Now you can create an app.d file in the source folder and run your code with

dub --compiler=ldmd2

Flag --build=release and can be added for a performance boost:

dub --compiler=ldmd2 --build=release

ldmd2 is a shell on top of LDC (LLVM D Compiler).

"dflags-ldc": ["-mcpu=native"] allows LDC to optimize Mir for your CPU.

Contributing

See our TODO List. Mir is very young and we are open for contributing to source code, documentation, examples and benchmarks.