worldturtle
LOGOlike Turtle Graphics in the Haskell language using Monads. (by aneilmac)
hgeometry
HGeometry is a library for computing with geometric objects in Haskell. It defines basic geometric types and primitives, and it implements some geometric data structures and algorithms. The main two focusses are: (1) Strong type safety, and (2) implementations of geometric algorithms and data structures that have good asymptotic running time guarantees. (by noinia)
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3.2  9.0  
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Haskell  Haskell  
BSD 3clause "New" or "Revised" License  BSD 3clause "New" or "Revised" License 
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FD 100 – A Single Line of Code That Changed My World
You can think of it that way, but you can also think of a Logo program as a purely functional computation that follows the monad laws. Here's a Haskell package that implements it: https://github.com/aneilmac/worldturtlehaskell#readme
hgeometry
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[ANN] HGeometry0.12
See changelog.org for an exhaustive list of changes.
 Monthly Hask Anything February 2021

An advice for a beginner in Haskell.
While it might be a big mouthful for a Haskell beginner, I can provide you with oneonone tutoring if you want to contribute to HGeometry. We have a list of beginner friendly tasks here: https://github.com/noinia/hgeometry/issues/92
What are some alternatives?
When comparing worldturtle and hgeometry you can also consider the following projects:
lambdacalculator  An introduction to the Lambda Calculus
mathprogrammingglpk  A GLPK backend to the Haskell mathprogramming library
disco  Functional teaching language for use in a discrete mathematics course
cubicbezier  Haskell library for manipulating cubic bezier curves
xturtle
nimber  Finite nimber arithmetic
geos  This is a Haskell binding to Geos, the opensource geometry library
units  The home of the units Haskell package
computationalalgebra  GeneralPurpose Computer Algebra System as an EDSL in Haskell
regress  Linear and logistic regression through automatic differentiation
movingaverages
clifford  Clifford algebra for Haskell! :D
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hgeometry vs mathprogrammingglpk
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hgeometry vs regress
hgeometry vs movingaverages
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