Ecological modeler. Shiny developer. Tidyverse denizen. Scheme enthusiast.
I recently wrote a little library, chez-docs, to make accessing documentation easier while learning Chez Scheme (blog post). The main procedure, doc, in chez-docs only returns results for exact matches with proc.
In the process of learning Chez Scheme, I’ve missed R’s ability to quickly pull up documentation from the console via help or ?
My little statistics library, chez-stats, is now available for installation through Raven, a package manager for Chez Scheme. Raven aims to provide an easy-to-use tool for local package management.
I have added functionality for reading and writing CVS files to my Chez Scheme library, chez-stats. In a previous post, I compared reading CSV files in R and Racket and made the following observation.
Recently, I switched from learning Racket to Chez Scheme. I wanted to try to repeat some of my previous Racket exercises in Chez Scheme, but quickly ran into a barrier when my first choice required drawing random variates from a normal distribution.