The way Clojure libraries use sequences, maps and vectors makes it very easy to combine data from multiple sources.
Incanter is a powerful library for statistical computing in Clojure. While this might seem only useful to people who need to do scientific computing it is very useful for the everyday programmer.
The purpose of this talk is to show you how you can use Clojure to tear through databases, json, xml and logfiles and then Incanter to analyse the resulting data structures to help you understand what is going on without needing a degree in mathematics.
CTO @MastodonC, where we try to save the world with clojure & hadoop. Organising @ldnclj. Helping the @ljcjug & @ldnpydojo. Playing Carcassonne.
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