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ThatGeoGuy opened this Issue Jan 23, 2015 · 2 comments

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ThatGeoGuy commented Jan 23, 2015

Hey @tel, (and perhaps, @mikera, who appears to have the latest up-to-date fork).

The link to the "Marginalia Documentation" in the README appears to be broken. I also understand @tel isn't maintaining this anymore, and was wondering if the project is still alive. Is this now under clojure-numerics (that fork hasn't seen a commit since 2013, last I checked), mikera/clatrix, or somewhere else?

I'm interested in potentially using the library but am unsure what the state of clatrix is at the moment. I'm sure there's others who are similarly looking for clarification on this.

Any info is appreciated!

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mikera Jan 26, 2015

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Hi @ThatGeoGuy,

I do a little maintenance on Clatrix where it makes sense (generally where necessary to help ensure smooth interoperability with other Clojure numerical projects e.g. core.matrix, Incanter)

The time I spend on this is limited because I don't personally use Clatrix much - for my personal purposes vectorz-clj is a much better fit (pure JVM support, much better optimised all round implementation). I think the main places where Clatrix wins on performance is large matrix x matrix multiplication and perhaps some of the large matrix linear algebra algorithms (BLAS is hard to beat here....)

In general the Numerical Clojure google group is a good place to discuss things like this:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/numerical-clojure

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mikera commented Jan 26, 2015

Hi @ThatGeoGuy,

I do a little maintenance on Clatrix where it makes sense (generally where necessary to help ensure smooth interoperability with other Clojure numerical projects e.g. core.matrix, Incanter)

The time I spend on this is limited because I don't personally use Clatrix much - for my personal purposes vectorz-clj is a much better fit (pure JVM support, much better optimised all round implementation). I think the main places where Clatrix wins on performance is large matrix x matrix multiplication and perhaps some of the large matrix linear algebra algorithms (BLAS is hard to beat here....)

In general the Numerical Clojure google group is a good place to discuss things like this:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/numerical-clojure

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ThatGeoGuy Jan 26, 2015

Hey @mikera, thanks for getting back to me on this issue. It's good to hear there's at least some maintenance to clatrix, and I apologize if the google group is a better choice to discuss these things.

In any case, the documentation for Clatrix is basically non-existent now that the Marginalia Pages are down. Is there an old version or some backup somewhere I could read over? I think if the project has any chance of continued life (here, or inside Incanter or whatever), the documentation should at least be resurrected. Thanks again for any help.

ThatGeoGuy commented Jan 26, 2015

Hey @mikera, thanks for getting back to me on this issue. It's good to hear there's at least some maintenance to clatrix, and I apologize if the google group is a better choice to discuss these things.

In any case, the documentation for Clatrix is basically non-existent now that the Marginalia Pages are down. Is there an old version or some backup somewhere I could read over? I think if the project has any chance of continued life (here, or inside Incanter or whatever), the documentation should at least be resurrected. Thanks again for any help.

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