Anyone attempted to make Nim serve R's role? How is it currently?

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  • ggplotnim

    A port of ggplot2 for Nim

    I have been using Nim for all of my recent data munging and analysis. There's https://github.com/Vindaar/ggplotnim for plots (among others) and everything else has just been normal code. There's also https://github.com/SciNim/Datamancer if you need something more like tidyverse.

  • Datamancer

    A dataframe library with a dplyr like API

    I have been using Nim for all of my recent data munging and analysis. There's https://github.com/Vindaar/ggplotnim for plots (among others) and everything else has just been normal code. There's also https://github.com/SciNim/Datamancer if you need something more like tidyverse.

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  • rnim

    A bridge between R and Nim

    If you're willing to help out, you'll surely be able to do anything you need. If Nim libraries fail, you can also always call R directly from Nim via Rnim!

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