The beginnings of a poker odds visualization program in Clojurescript using Monte Carlo simulation. Currently, it continually generates 7 card hands, takes the best 5 card hand, and plots a dynamically updated bar chart of each hand's frequency relative to the others.
C2 is used for image visualization. It should work in Chrome, Firefox, IE 10, and Safari 6 or greater.
You can view the program in action here
How to use
First install Leiningen. Then clone the repo and run:
lein deps lein cljsbuild once
This will generate two js files in /public: pokervis.js is fully optimized but not really suitable for debugging. pokervis-dev.js is much larger and slower, but it's easier to map JS errors in it to the original clojurescript source.
How to develop
If you are working on this, run
lein cljsbuild auto dev to automatically recompile the js whenever a source file changes. Change dev to prod to generate the production js, or leave it off completely to keep generating both builds.
I'm new to Clojure and Clojurescript, so please excuse any bad code! I'm also working on turning the poker engine into its own library, clojurepoker
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