Deeplearning in Nim?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/nim

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  • nimjl

    A bridge between Nim-lang and Julia !

    While indeed we are less people developing stuff in Nim compared to even the Julia community (which itself is of course much smaller than say Python), we do have cover a large amount of the typical needs in the scientific computing domain. And where we miss stuff it's a) easy to wrap C/C++ or b) simply call Julia, R or Python (As a personal reference I'm doing data analysis & numerical physics stuff in context of my PhD in physics and I literally do everything in Nim. The only significant C dependency {and only as a shared lib} I depend on is libhdf5 via nimhdf5).

  • rnim

    A bridge between R and Nim

    While indeed we are less people developing stuff in Nim compared to even the Julia community (which itself is of course much smaller than say Python), we do have cover a large amount of the typical needs in the scientific computing domain. And where we miss stuff it's a) easy to wrap C/C++ or b) simply call Julia, R or Python (As a personal reference I'm doing data analysis & numerical physics stuff in context of my PhD in physics and I literally do everything in Nim. The only significant C dependency {and only as a shared lib} I depend on is libhdf5 via nimhdf5).

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  • nimpy

    Nim - Python bridge

    While indeed we are less people developing stuff in Nim compared to even the Julia community (which itself is of course much smaller than say Python), we do have cover a large amount of the typical needs in the scientific computing domain. And where we miss stuff it's a) easy to wrap C/C++ or b) simply call Julia, R or Python (As a personal reference I'm doing data analysis & numerical physics stuff in context of my PhD in physics and I literally do everything in Nim. The only significant C dependency {and only as a shared lib} I depend on is libhdf5 via nimhdf5).

  • nimhdf5

    Wrapper and some simple high-level bindings for the HDF5 library for the Nim language

    While indeed we are less people developing stuff in Nim compared to even the Julia community (which itself is of course much smaller than say Python), we do have cover a large amount of the typical needs in the scientific computing domain. And where we miss stuff it's a) easy to wrap C/C++ or b) simply call Julia, R or Python (As a personal reference I'm doing data analysis & numerical physics stuff in context of my PhD in physics and I literally do everything in Nim. The only significant C dependency {and only as a shared lib} I depend on is libhdf5 via nimhdf5).

  • Arraymancer

    A fast, ergonomic and portable tensor library in Nim with a deep learning focus for CPU, GPU and embedded devices via OpenMP, Cuda and OpenCL backends

    In particular for deep learning as bobsyourunkl already mentioned there is arraymancer on the one hand and also flambeau on the other. The latter is a Nim wrapper around libtorch (i.e. the PyTorch C++ backend). It is missing things (to be wrapped by adding a few lines) and has some rough edges, but if one needs to get stuff done, it's possible.

  • flambeau

    Nim bindings to libtorch

    In particular for deep learning as bobsyourunkl already mentioned there is arraymancer on the one hand and also flambeau on the other. The latter is a Nim wrapper around libtorch (i.e. the PyTorch C++ backend). It is missing things (to be wrapped by adding a few lines) and has some rough edges, but if one needs to get stuff done, it's possible.

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