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For more detail, see the installation for instruction on how to build N2 from source. N2 is an approximate nearest neighborhoods algorithm library written in C++ (including Python/Go bindings). N2 provides a much faster search speed than other implementations when modeling large dataset. Also, N2 supports multi-core CPUs for index building.

ml knn machine-learning approximate k-nearest-neighbors nearest-neighbor-search approximate-nearest-neighbor-searchBuilds a bezier curve that is adaptive; that is to say, it has more points along curved corners, and less points along straight lines. This can be used to produce scalable curves that are consistently smooth, while using a small number of steps. Based on AntiGrain.Also see adaptive-quadratic-curve.

bezier quadratic curve adaptive approximate quadraticcurveto beziercurveto line path rendering canvas draw drawing webgl segmentsBuilds a quadratic curve that is adaptive; that is to say, it has more points along curved corners, and less points along straight lines. This can be used to produce scalable curves that are consistently smooth, while using a small number of steps. Based on AntiGrain.Also see adaptive-bezier-curve.

bezier quadratic curve adaptive approximate quadraticcurveto beziercurveto line path rendering canvas draw drawing webgl segmentsApproximates an SVG path into a discrete list of 2D contours (polylines). This is useful for collision detection, intersection, triangulation & WebGL rendering, etc. It does not attempt to clean or optimize the discretized points.See demo/index.js for exmaple.

svg path adaptive curve bezier quadratic cubic vector points point discrete step steps approximateFuzzy.js is a library for approximate (fuzzy) string matching. Fuzzy.js is aimed at providing an experience which you may know from editors such as Sublime Text, Atom, TextMate and others. The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

fuzzy string matching approximate sublime searching sortingNode bindings for Annoy, an efficient Approximate Nearest Neighbors implementation written in C++. Status: Tests pass, including one that loads 3 million vectors, but API coverage is not complete. Run on OS X and Linux with Node 6.3 and 4.6. Not tried on Windows yet.

annoy approximate nearest neighbor search vector machine-learningConverts numbers into a more human-friendly format, similar to ls's --human-readable flag (ls -lh) or Stack Overflow's reputation numbers. For example, 123456 becomes '123k'. Works in Node.js and in browsers.

approximate-number abbreviate abbreviated human friendly readable large big number numbers stack-overflow stack-exchange -h format formatter approximate approximation short simple near nearest closest round thousand million billion trillionfuzzy-dropdown is a jQuery plugin that converts a select box into a fuzzy searchable dropdown (using https://github.com/krisk/fuse subsequence-search). If you plan on using fuzzy-dropdown as a standalone plugin, i.e., include jquery on your page separately followed by including fuzzy-dropdown separately, then include node_modules/fuzzy-dropdown/dist/fuzzy-dropdown.min.js.

fuzzy dropdown select approximate string search match jquery-plugin ecosystem:jquerySearch for a given subsequence in a list of strings and transform the resulting list as required. Out of the box it can be made to behave a lot like the sublime text fuzzy search.

subsequence search fuzzy approximate string matching transformProbabilistic data structures for large or streaming data sets. To use datalib-sketch in the browser, you need to build the datalib-sketch.js and datalib-sketch.min.js files. We assume that you have npm installed.

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