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whilo01:04:30

In case people are interested in probabilistic programming, I think we have put a good show case in our paper about epidemiological simulations https://twitter.com/wh1lo/status/1245142471035637764

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whilo01:04:54

Unfortunately that is without Clojure, but that can change in the future 🙂.

grumplet05:04:16

@daslu @chris441 - Thanks for looking! Now isn’t the time to look further, but I feel that there is growing potential for better R/clj or R/cljs integration now we’ve seen what can be done with  libpython-clj.

genmeblog10:04:33

I hope you are aware of existence of clojisr project which is Clj and R integration library: https://github.com/scicloj/clojisr

grumplet05:04:42

@whilo. Try this: https://medium.com/wintoncentre/how-much-normal-risk-does-covid-represent-4539118e1196. It offers a different perspective. There is also this accessible article by Julia Gog on modelling https://plus.maths.org/content/how-can-maths-fight-pandemic

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alan10:04:58

Updated & upgraded version of the Math for clojurists post, now featuring Neanderthal & tech.datatype https://alanmarazzi.gitlab.io/blog/posts/2020-3-23-math-for-clojurists/

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jsa-aerial13:04:10

Very nice! This makes me even more want to turn this into a live Saite doc where users can run the code!