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moving-average - Moving Average

  •    Javascript

Online calculation of Exponential Moving Average for Node.js.Also suports Moving Variance, Moving Deviation and Forecast.

calculate-all - calculate_all method for aggregate functions in Active Record

  •    Ruby

Provides #calculate_all method on your Active Record models, scopes and relations. It's a little addition to Active Record's #count, #maximum, #minimum, #average and #sum. It allows to fetch all of the above and any other aggregate functions results in one request, with respect to grouping. Tested only with Postgres and MySQL only right now. It relies on automatic values type-casting of underlying driver.

exponential-moving-average - Calculate an exponential moving average from an array of numbers.

  •    Javascript

Calculate an exponential moving average from an array of numbers. Options may be passed as an object or as a number to specify only the range to use.




statsjs - Provides functions for many of the statistical operations that you might need

  •    Javascript

Provides functions for many of the statistical operations that you might need. It also supports many of the functions on the data set that you'd expect from Underscore, such as pluck, map, and each.

node-stats-lite - A light statistical package that operates on Arrays.

  •    Javascript

A fairly light statistical package. Works with numeric arrays, and will automatically filter out non-numeric values and attempt to convert string numeric values. All of the exported functions take vals which is an array of numeric values. Non-numeric values will be removed, and string numbers will be converted to Numbers.

Angles.js - Angles.js is a collection of functions to work with angles

  •    Javascript

Angles.js is a collection of functions to work with angles. The aim is to have a fast and correct library, which can effortlessly convert between different units and can seamlessly work within different units. The result is a static library, which works on a configurable scale. Simply calculate the linear interpolation of the smaller angle.