It's been a little while since I last wrote about Formak ( FormaK Under The Hood: Optimization for scikit-learn integration , Sat 08 October 2022). Since then, I've been busy adding functionality to FormaK and I've also been improving the tooling for the project, inspired by Boring Python: code quality. The latest piece of functionality is the C++ code generation. The PR is in progress, but the initial experiments have proved out that the generation pipeline is feasible and able to be integrated into bazel.
Articles tagged with Project Formak
FormaK Under The Hood: Optimization for scikit-learn integration Building
For the new scikit-learn feature, let's dive into how the model gets fit to data.
FormaK Tooling: CI Building
FormaK implements CI for new commits as of PR #4 via GitHub Actions
FormaK Coming Soon: Scikt-Learn Integration Building
There's a new feature coming to Formak: integration with sckit-learn. This enables quickly integrating new features such as model selection, pipelines and other data tooling.
FormaK: Python Code Generation Building
The second feature for FormaK landed: generating Python models
FormaK: User Interface Building
The first feature for FormaK landed: the user interface!
FormaK User Interface Experiment: Physical Units as Python Types Building
Using Python's type checking to check for mismatched physical quantities
I Love Bazel, I Hate Bazel Building
I love Bazel. It's one of those satisfying tools where computer science algorithms and data structures fuse with good software practice to create something that's satisfying on many levels. It knows how to minimally rebuild things. It knows how to hermetically build things in a repeatable way. I also hate Bazel.
30 for 30: Open Sourcing "FormaK" Building
Starting live development of a new open source project