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The Bayesian Conspiracy

The Bayesian Conspiracy is a multinational, interdisciplinary, and shadowy group of scientists. It is rumored that at the upper levels of the Bayesian Conspiracy exist nine silent figures known only as the Bayes Council.

This blog is produced by James Durbin, a Bayesian Initiate.

Java Statistical Libraries

This is a simple post listing a few of the Java statistical libraries I have used at one point or another. Google often seems to fail me when searching for libraries like these so I am hoping that this will help a few people to connect up with these useful libraries. This is just a list of the libraries I have used. I am sure there are others and welcome suggestions in the comments.

  • jMEF Library for working with mixtures of exponential families, including estimating parameters from a sample.

  • JSC Java Statistical Classes. A variety of statistical functions covering combinatorics, correlation, curvefitting, descriptive statistics, distributions, regression, etc. Solid collection of basic statistical functions.

  • Stochastic Simulation in Java Includes support for generating variates from various distributions, computing various statistical measures and tests, and support for Monte Carlo methods.

  • Apache Commons Math A wide range of math and some statistical functionality.

  • Cern's Colt library for high performance scientific computing includes some statistical functions.

Here is another list of mathematical and some statistical libraries in Java: NIST Java Math List

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  • Blogger Darren Wilkinson:  

    I would add Parallel COLT to the list. I usually use it in preference to COLT. It has added some functionality to COLT and fixed a few bugs, as well as adding some concurrency code. It runs fine on single-core machines.


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