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Scheme kicks ass, I was able to code grobner basis in a week. It would
have taken me a month doing it in C.
Hi,

Pardon my ignorance - what's a grobner?  Naaa.... looked it up, seems busy
stuff.

Would you mind sharing your code?  I doubt I'd understand the math until I
look more closely at the subject - I only got into some interesting
hypothesis testing approaches for research.  Looks waaay on the other side
of the calculator compared to a grobner.

But I always find something useful in code examples ... still trying to get
used to Scheme but yes, this really is an excellent tool to play with.  Wish
I'd tumbled into it a lot sooner.

Mike

<narutocan@yahoo.ca> wrote in message

news:1178279038.739804.249030@y80g2000hsf.googlegroups.com...

On May 4, 9:20 pm, "Mike" <mcu87@bigpond.net.au> wrote:

> Hi,

> Pardon my ignorance - what's a grobner?  Naaa.... looked it up, seems busy
> stuff.

> Would you mind sharing your code?  I doubt I'd understand the math until I
> look more closely at the subject - I only got into some interesting
> hypothesis testing approaches for research.  Looks waaay on the other side
> of the calculator compared to a grobner.

Give me a day, have to clean it up a bit. Lots of swearing in the
code.

<narutocan@yahoo.ca> wrote in message

news:1178287893.381626.37290@n76g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
| On May 4, 9:20 pm, "Mike" <mcu87@bigpond.net.au> wrote:
[...]
| > Would you mind sharing your code?  I doubt I'd
understand the math until I
| > look more closely at the subject - I only got into some
interesting
| > hypothesis testing approaches for research.  Looks waaay
on the other side
| > of the calculator compared to a grobner.
|
| Give me a day, have to clean it up a bit. Lots of swearing
in the
| code.
|
[...]

Swearing is good - adds flavour and should be included as
procedures as a matter of necessity.

Mike

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