There is a bunch of visualization and charting libraries for F#. Sadly, perhaps the most advanced one, F# Charting, does not work particularly well outside of Windows at the moment. There are also some work-in-progress libraries based on HTML like Foogle Charts and FsPlot, which are cross-platform, but not quite ready yet.
The library is incomplete and I don't expect to dedicate too much time to maintaining it, but it works quite nicely for basic charts and so I though I'd add the ProjectScaffold structure, do a few tweaks and make it available as a modern F# project.
Wednesday, 7 January 2015, 2:36 PM
I guess that it might be a bit too late for adding to your list of new year's resulution now.But just if you still have an empty slot (or in case an originally taken slot has become available), your new year's resolution should be to get involved with F#!
Monday, 8 December 2014, 6:22 PM
This blog post is a part of the F# Advent Calendar 2014, so it inevitably needs a Chrismassy theme. However, there is also going to be a serious theme for the blog post, which is domain-specific languages. I'm going to cover two key ideas of DSLs in F# - composability and multiple layers of abstraction.
Tuesday, 27 May 2014, 4:41 PM
As Howard Mansell already announced we have officially released the '1.0' version of Deedle. In this blog post, I'll have a quick look at a couple of new features in Deedle. Howard's announcement has a more detailed list, but I just want to give a couple of examples and briefly comment on performance improvemens we did.
Tuesday, 20 May 2014, 2:47 PM
If you are following me or the #fsharp hashtag on Twitter,you might have already come across a link to fsharpWorks or one of theupcoming F# events organized by fsharpWorks. So, what is fsharpWorks and what are we planningfor you?