Today is a overview of how to use the RabbitMQ message broker with F#. The RabbitMQ tutorials have a lot of great getting started information. Its .NET section focuses on C#, so I wanted to provide an F# angle to the general use cases.
Today’s post is a short introduction into using FastDtw for Dynamic Time Warping analysis. Specifically it is a quick introduction to using my newly released FastDtw package.
Today I’ll look at using F# and ML.NET to perform some model building. Specifically to predict concrete compressive strength based on its composite ingredients. If this sounds familiar, it is. This is a revisit of a previous post that explored a beta version of ML.NET. This time around, the version 1 interface will be used.