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|Title:||R plotting predicates for cplint|
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|Author:||Franco Masotti <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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|Packager:||Franco Masotti <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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An SWI Prolog library to plot ggplot2 charts for Cplint on SWISH.
This library is to be used with Cplint on SWISH.
At the moment, it is included as part of the installation process in the swish-cplint package for the Arch GNU/Linux distribution (and derivatives).
The structure of this repository follows (more or less) some interesting guidelines written by Raivo Laanemets.
Taken from here
/* Mixture of two Gaussians. A biased coin is thrown, if it lands heads X in mix(X) is sampled from a Gaussian with mean 0 and variance 1. if it lands tails X is sampled from a Gaussian with mean 5 and variance 2. The example illustrates the use of continuous random variables and the use of sampling, including rejection sampling and Metropolis/Hastings. Moreover the example illustrates the use of the predicate histogram/2 for graphing the probability density function of continuous random variables. */ :- use_module(library(mcintyre)). :- use_module(library(cplint_r)). :- mc. :- begin_lpad. heads:0.6;tails:0.4. % a coin is thrown. The coin is biased: with probability 0.6 it lands heads, % with probabiity 0.4 it lands tails g(X): gaussian(X,0, 1). % X in g(X) follows a Gaussian distribution with mean 0 and variance 1 h(X): gaussian(X,5, 2). % X in h(X) follows a Gaussian distribution with mean 5 and variance 2 mix(X) :- heads, g(X). % if the coin lands heads, X in mix(X) is given by g(X) mix(X) :- tails, h(X). % if the coin lands tails, X in mix(X) is given by h(X) :- end_lpad. hist_uncond(Samples,NBins):- mc_sample_arg(mix(X),Samples,X,L0), histogram_r(L0,NBins). % take SAmples samples of X in mix(X) and draw a histogram with NBins bins representing % the probability density of X
Gives the following
In the package root, execute into
?- [tests/tests]. ?- run_tests.
or, if you cloned the repo:
$ make test
2017-01-30 version 1.0.0. API change. Rendering improvement in density functions. Lots of fixes.
2017-01-13 version 0.0.3. Fixed minor issues.
2017-01-13 version 0.0.2. Fixed densities_r/3. Better error handling.
2017-01-07 version 0.0.1. First release including documentation.
swipl. It should be possible to save a pdf file of the corresponding plot anyway.
Copyright (c) 2016-2017 Franco Masotti (email@example.com)
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Pack contains 20 files holding a total of 140K bytes.