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QuoteOriginally posted by: ExSanQuoteOriginally posted by: CuchulainnQuoteOriginally posted by: ExSanQuoteOriginally posted by: HansiJust use nuget: https://www.nuget.org/packages/boost/ht ... aspxthanks HansiIt mentions Boost support up to VS2013.VS2015 RC support?I want to install Boost in VS2015? have you try it?I tried nuget but it has a weird directory structure and does not built libs..Sourceforge does everything!I tested in VS2015 and boost 1.59 asio. No problems.
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Re: A compendium C++ open source libraries

September 8th, 2017, 4:13 am

Boost.Multiprecision is a good modern c++ front end to gmp and gmp-like things such as mpfr
 
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Re: A compendium C++ open source libraries

April 20th, 2022, 1:43 pm

Hello, I'm quite new to this forum, joined as a January 2022 CQF delegate.

As a C++ developer I must admit a bit of envy towards Python for having excellent statistical and numeric libraries such as Pandas and Numpy. In particular I've been searching something equivalent to Pandas for C++ and it turns out that someone has already "ported" it to C++, at least partially.

The project is very active and it's called DataFrame and it's hosted on github

https://github.com/hosseinmoein/DataFrame

I still haven't tried it, but if it delivers what it says on the label, it is very promising.
 
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August 4th, 2022, 9:41 am

Hello, I'm quite new to this forum, joined as a January 2022 CQF delegate.

As a C++ developer I must admit a bit of envy towards Python for having excellent statistical and numeric libraries such as Pandas and Numpy. In particular I've been searching something equivalent to Pandas for C++ and it turns out that someone has already "ported" it to C++, at least partially.

The project is very active and it's called DataFrame and it's hosted on github

https://github.com/hosseinmoein/DataFrame

I still haven't tried it, but if it delivers what it says on the label, it is very promising.
look at Boost C++ Fusion, Multiindex,Bimaap 
can build your own version in C++?
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August 4th, 2022, 8:21 pm

look at Boost C++ Fusion, Multiindex,Bimaap 
can build your own version in C++?
These seem to be general purpose libraries, while DataFrame aims to be a substitute for Python Pandas (or at least for its dataframes).
 
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August 4th, 2022, 8:46 pm

look at Boost C++ Fusion, Multiindex,Bimaap 
can build your own version in C++?
These seem to be general purpose libraries, while DataFrame aims to be a substitute for Python Pandas (or at least for its dataframes).
I was trying to say write your own C++ Dataframe stuff on top of the other libraries and submit to Boost community, as I said. yes?

planB : use C# LINQ with C++/CLi
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