Clojure conventions for writing complicated mathematical calculations?

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  • infix

    A Clojure library for expressing LISP expressions as infix rather than prefix notation

  • clerk

    ⚡️ Moldable Live Programming for Clojure

    If I were working long enough with gnarly enough equations I'd look into using Clerk to visualize the equations with MathJax or similar, probably following Sam Ritchie's footsteps with SICMUtils. To me this is the true readability answer: lisp notation for precise implementations, compiling to a rich & familiar visual representation.

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